Spine-Focused CME for Orthopaedic and Neurosurgery Professionals

Spine CME

Orthopaedic spine surgeons, neurosurgeons, and other healthcare professionals who manage spine patients can attend the CME conferences provided by FORE — the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education — to learn more about the latest diagnostic techniques and treatments for a variety of spine conditions, including degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, spondylosis, and osteoarthritis.

FORE’s spine CME courses facilitate the in-depth discussion of topics such as:

  • Benefits and limitations of diagnostic testing
  • Options for surgical and non-surgical treatment
  • Patient selection criteria for minimally invasive procedures
  • Best practices for various surgical procedures
  • Postoperative pain management and rehabilitation

Selby Spine Conference (Park City, Utah)

This long-running spine CME conference provides an annual update on the latest concepts and controversy in spine surgery. In addition to briefing attendees on new surgical techniques, the meeting faculty examine topics such as current trends in imaging and emerging technologies. The Selby Spine Conference dedicates sessions to:

  • Degenerative conditions
  • Spinal deformities
  • Spinal cord injuries
  • Complications of spinal surgery

Castellvi Spine Symposium (Duck Key, Florida)

Attend the Castellvi Spine Symposium to receive advanced instruction on spinal deformities, degenerative conditions, and injuries from a distinguished faculty. The course examines an array of pertinent topics, including:

  • Difficult spinal reconstructions
  • Total disc replacement surgery
  • Management of complications
  • Emerging vs. standard techniques
  • Complex cervical and lumbar degenerative disc disease procedures
  • Lumbar techniques

For more information, contact FORE at info@foreonline.org.