Welcome To The

Current Solutions in Orthopaedic Trauma

 Post-Course Page

This is where you will be able to:

1. Complete your course evaluation

2. Attest to your credits

3. Print &/or save your CE Certificate

4. Download any presentations from the course that you would like!

Step 1: Course Evaluation

Please click on the link below to complete the course evaluation. 

Step 2:  Attest to your credits

FORE is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Physicians: FORE designates this live activity for a maximum of 22 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Step 3:  Print &/or Save your Certificate

Click “DONE” to be re-directed to the certificate page, where you will be able to print &/or save your CE certificate.

Step 4:  Presentations

Course presentations will be available for PDF download within 3 business days following the course.  Presentations in blue are available to download now.

Day 1 – Friday, Nov 11, 2016

SESSION I: Concepts and New Trends in the Treatment of Foot & Ankle Fractures 
Syndesmotic Injuries – When to Fix and How to ReducePaul Tornetta, MD
Syndesmotic Injuries – Screws vs Tightrope What’s the Evidence and TipsJohn Ketz, MD
The Trend to Fix Posterior Malleolus: When is it Justified Paul Tornetta, MD
Case Controversies and Q&A: Ankle FracturesPaul Tornetta, MD
Tips for Staging Pilon Fracture CareMichael Archdeacon, MD
Pilon Fractures – How to Plan Incisions Roy Sanders, MD
Percutaneous Treatment for Calcaneal Fractures: If so, Then When & HowSteven Steinlauf, MD
Lis Franc Fractures/Dislocation: What to Fix? When to Fuse?John Ketz, MD
Talus Fractures: When and How to FixSteven Steinlauf, MD
Case Controversies and Q&A: FootSteven Steinlauf, MD
SESSION II: Fractures About the Knee & Leg
Distal Femur Fractures: Tips and Tricks for Plating and NailingAnjan Shah, MD
Bicondylar Tibial Plateau Fractures: One Plate or Two and Management of Dislocation PatternsGeorge Haidukewych, MD
Case Controversies and Q&A: Distal Femur Plateau Frank Liporace, MD
Shaft Fractures of the Tibia and Femur: The Current Status of the Starting PointRoy Sanders, MD
Patella Fractures and Extensor Mechanism InjuriesAnjan Shah, MD
Compartment Syndromes: The Bain of Our Existence. How to Stay Out of TroubleFrank Liporace, MD
Case Controversies and Q&A: Fractures of the Tibia and Patella George Haidukewych, MD

Day 2 – Saturday, Nov 12, 2016

SESSION III: Orthobiologics and Infection
How to Work Up a Nonunion and Potential InfectionPaul Tornetta, MD
Bone Defects: ICBG, RIA Grafting and The Masquelet Technique Roy Sanders, MD
BMA and BMP’s: Alternatives to Autologous Bone GraftFrank Liporace, MD
Case Controversies and Q&A: Nonunions and InfectionPaul Tornetta, MD
SESSION IV: Problems About the Shoulder
Proximal Humerus FracturesMichael McKee, MD
Case Controversies and Q&A: Proximal Humerus FractureMark Mighell, MD
Clavicle FracturesFrank Liporace, MD
Case Controversies and Q&A: Clavicle FracturesAnthony Rhorer, MD
SESSION V: Fractures About the Elbow
Terrible Triad: Tricks for Dealing With the Unstable ElbowMark Mighell, MD
Case Controversies and Q&A: Radial Head and Instability Jorge Orbay, MD
Distal Radius FractureMelville Rosenwasser, MD
Case Controversies and Q&A: Distal Radius FracturesJorge Orbay, MD

Day 3 – Sunday, Nov 13, 2016

SESSION VI: Hip and Femoral Shaft Fractures
Femoral Neck Fractures: Screws, Hemi, or TotalGeorge Haidukewych, MD
Point Counterpoint Intertrochanteric Fractures: The Role for DHSMichael Archdeacon, MD
Point Counterpoint Intertrochanteric Fractures: There is No Role for DHSWilliam Ricci, MD
Nailing Intertrochanteric Fractures: Long or Short Nails and Technical TricksThomas A. Russell, MD
Case Controversies and Q&A: Simple Hip FracturesMichael Archdeacon, MD
The Reverse Obliquity FractureGeorge Haidukewych, MD
The Lateral Wall Fracture: What Does it Mean & Why Treat It?Thomas A. Russell, MD
Nailing Femoral Shaft Fractures: Starting Point Tips and TricksAnjan Shah, MD
Periprosthetic Fractures: Plate or Revise and When to Use GraftWilliam Ricci, MD
Bisphosphonate Related Femur Fractures: Acute Management and Nonunion TreatmentMichael Archdeacon, MD
Case Controversies and Q&A: Complex Hip Fractures, Femoral Shaft and Periprosthetic FracturesAnjan Shah, MD