Orthopaedic Classes for Continuing Medical Education
The orthopaedic classes provided by the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) attract a national audience of healthcare professionals who specialize in orthopaedic medicine, sports medicine, and physical therapy. Accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) and approved by the Board of Certification for athletic trainers, FORE’s courses welcome all medical providers, from those who are completing their fellowships and residencies to those who have been practicing for decades.
Each of FORE’s orthopedic classes has a specific area of focus, such as:
- Shoulder/elbow surgery
- Trauma surgery
- Sports medicine
- Hand/wrist surgery
- Foot/ankle surgery
- Spine surgery
- Fracture care
FORE’s conferences feature well-planned agendas that incorporate breakout activities, panel discussions with interactive audience question-and-answer sessions, case presentations, and workshops. Select conferences also offer opportunities for participants to gain hands-on experience with orthopaedic tools and technologies through surgical skill labs.
Participants in these orthopedic classes receive a comprehensive education that will help them incorporate new techniques and therapeutic modalities into their practices. This not only includes surgical and non-surgical treatment options, but also preventive care recommendations, pain management techniques, and postoperative rehabilitation strategies.
To learn more about our orthopaedic classes, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education at firstname.lastname@example.org. We host orthopaedic classes throughout the year, with courses in top destinations such as New York, Park City, Las Vegas, and the Florida Keys.