Orthopedic Education Courses Provided in New York, NY
The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) offers multiple orthopedic education courses in New York City. One of these events is our Orthopaedic Trauma Update, a two-day conference that now alternates every year between New York and Boston. Through didactic lectures and case presentations, this course provides participants with an overview of the latest treatment options for upper and lower extremity trauma. Attendees will also receive individualized instruction from faculty members during hands-on workshops, which will provide them with valuable firsthand experience with the techniques being presented. The goal of this event is improve treatment approaches to lessen patient morbidity rates and enhance surgical outcomes.
Another event we currently hold in New York is our Baseball Sports Medicine conference. Intended for orthopedic professionals whose scope of practice includes treating baseball athletes, this two-day course will educate learners on the latest recommendations for diagnosing, managing and treating baseball-related injuries. Participants will explore non-surgical and surgical treatment options, as well as prevention strategies and guidelines for returning injured players to full activity. In addition to engaging with this subject matter through didactic presentations and case-based scenarios, attendees will view live demonstrations to receive a useful and well-rounded educational experience.
Are you ready to schedule your next educational activity? You can complete this process online, over the phone or by mail. If you would like additional information about our orthopedic education conferences held in NY – or any of the other events we hold in top destinations across the country – contact FORE today. It would be our pleasure to provide any support you require.