Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Conferences for Continuing Education Credits
The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) offers several orthopaedic sports medicine continuing education opportunities for healthcare professionals who are looking to improve their clinical expertise. These courses focus on the latest advances in surgical techniques and technologies, as well as emerging concepts in rehabilitation, for injured athletes at all levels of play.
FORE’s orthopaedic sports medicine conferences are designed for:
- Orthopaedic surgeons and team physicians
- Physical therapists
- Athletic trainers and strength and conditioning coaches
- Other sports medicine professionals
Conferences That Include a Sports Medicine Component
Our conference schedule includes a variety of courses that explore orthopaedic sports medicine topics:
Baseball Sports Medicine: Game-Changing Concepts (New York, New York)
Each year, this popular conference provides an in-depth analysis of the latest trends and controversies in baseball sports medicine. Whether you treat athletes at the professional, collegiate, or youth level, the course can provide valuable insight into:
- Injury prevention strategies
- Physical examination techniques
- Surgical and non-surgical treatments
- Rehabilitation protocols
- Return-to-play guidelines
OrthoVirginia Soccer Medicine (Leesburg, Virginia)
Soccer is a fast-growing sport in the US. This course is designed to help surgeons and other orthopaedic healthcare professionals navigate the key issues in preventing, managing, and rehabilitating injuries in soccer athletes at all levels of competition. Topics include:
- Keeping the soccer athlete healthy
- On-field and sideline emergencies
- Hip, core, and lower extremity injuries
- Knee cartilage, meniscus, and ligament injuries
Tampa Shoulder Course: Arthroplasty & Sports (Tampa, Florida)
The Tampa Shoulder Course features a full day dedicated to educating attendees on the management of shoulder instability, rotator cuff injuries, and traumatic elbow injuries within the context of sports medicine.
The conference’s interactive format includes live surgeries, debates, case reviews, and didactic presentations, as well as an optional pre-course bioskills lab on advanced surgical techniques in shoulder arthroplasty.
Current Solutions in Foot & Ankle Surgery (Tampa, Florida)
Provided in partnership with the International Congress for Joint Reconstruction (ICJR), Current Solutions in Foot & Ankle Surgery is designed to help surgeons more effectively diagnose and treat common foot and ankle conditions, such as:
- Ankle instability
- Achilles tendon ruptures
- Plantar plate injuries
- Metatarsal base fractures
- Navicular stress fractures
Experience the Height of Orthopaedic Education
Faculty for these meetings come from some of the nation’s top sports medicine programs and are widely regarded as thought leaders in their respective fields. At many of our continuing education conferences, attendees are able to discuss concepts 1-on-1 with our faculty members and course directors, drawing insight from the extensive professional experience of these experts. Hands-on workshops and other educational breakout sessions are often included in our conference agendas.
The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians, and is also recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc., to offer continuing education for athletic trainers.
For more information about FORE’s orthopaedic sports medicine conferences for continuing education, please visit our course schedule. You can contact FORE at email@example.com.