Orthopaedic Fracture Care Requires a Carefully Calculated Approach – Learn More at FORE’s Orthopedic Trauma Symposiums
To account for the latest advances in orthopaedic fracture care, surgeons and non-operative clinicians are encouraged to participate in ongoing CME. The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) provides a variety of opportunities to stay up-to-date on the latest treatments and diagnostic technologies, including a number of conferences that focus specifically on orthopaedic fracture and trauma care. Signing up is simple – we offer online, over-the-phone and by-mail registration – and all of our events are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education.
Surgical and nonsurgical strategies for fracture treatment
Our orthopaedic fracture courses allow participants to explore:
- Up-to-date statistics for the outcomes of assorted treatments (both surgical and conservative)
- Strategies for improving functional results after surgery
- Post-operative rehabilitation techniques
- Indicators for various surgical implants
- Other comprehensive strategies for orthopaedic fracture management
Participants are not only able to discuss a variety of important topics, but at many of our events they can also gain hands-on experience with novel techniques. Our workshops and bioskills labs set FORE’s conferences apart from lecture-based events, which simply can’t compare to our dynamic and engaging design. Plus, discussion is a main component of our courses, allowing for a higher level of comprehension.
Register for a fracture conference today
If you’d like to register for one of FORE’s orthopaedic fracture events, contact us today. We welcome orthopaedic professionals from all aspects of the field – from non-operative care and physical therapy to surgery – to attend our CME events. And while our most popular activities are in-person events, we also offer online CME to meet the needs of busy medical professionals.