Continue Your Medical Education at an Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Course Provided by FORE
Attending an orthopaedic sports medicine course can help you earn continuing medical education credits while learning more about the newest treatments and techniques that are relevant to your practice. However, with hundreds of courses to choose from, it’s important to select one that provides you with the most value for your investment – including plenty of time to discuss new principles with the field’s top thought leaders.
As one of the premier providers of orthopaedic education, the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) has a unique understanding of what busy medical professionals need when it comes to CME. Our organization exclusively provides orthopaedic conferences, such as the following CME courses that address the most commonly faced challenges in sports medicine:
- Detroit Sports Medicine Symposium, which emphasizes a comprehensive, multi-specialty approach to the evaluation and treatment of orthopedic injuries
- Baseball Sports Medicine: Game-Changing Concepts, which focuses exclusively on the prevention, management, and rehabilitation of baseball-related injuries
- OrthoVirginia Soccer Medicine, our newest sports medicine conference designed to help orthopaedic healthcare professionals navigate the key issues in preventing, managing, and rehabilitating injuries in soccer athletes
FORE’s conferences feature a dynamic and engaging blend of panel discussions, case presentations, hands-on workshops, live surgery broadcasts, and Q&A sessions through which participants can interact with some of the nation’s most respected orthopaedic experts. And, because our conferences average just 100 to 200 attendees each, there are abundant opportunities for participants to engage one-on-one with thought leaders to gain useful insight that they can apply to their own practice.
To learn more about our upcoming events or to register for an orthopaedic sports medicine course provided by FORE, contact us today at email@example.com.