Spine-Focused CME for Orthopaedic and Neurosurgery Professionals
Orthopaedic spine surgeons, neurosurgery specialists, and other healthcare providers 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. Developed specifically for orthopaedic and neurosurgery healthcare professionals who treat degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, spondylosis, spinal arthritis, and other spine conditions, these conferences are tailored to the unique needs of the spine sub-specialty.
Expand Your Knowledge of Current Treatment Recommendations
FORE’s spine CME courses facilitate the in-depth discussion of topics such as:
- Benefits and limitations of diagnostic testing
- Strategies for choosing among surgical and non-surgical treatment options
- Patient selection criteria for minimally invasive and conventional procedures
- Best practices for disc replacement surgery, complex cervical and lumbar degenerative disc disease procedures, and spinal fusions, among other operations
- Postoperative pain management and rehabilitation
Upcoming Spine Conferences
Each year, FORE hosts the Selby Spine Conference and Castellvi Spine Symposium. Please visit our conference schedule to find the dates and registration information for these meetings.
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 examines 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 (Key Largo, Florida)
Attend the Castellvi Spine Symposium to receive advanced surgical 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 proceduresLumbar techniques
Why Attend a FORE Conference?
Participants in FORE’s conferences gain enhanced knowledge of the latest principles and best practices in orthopaedic subspecialties, as well as a clearer understanding of current trends in surgical technology. Many of FORE’s conferences feature bioskills labs and workshops in which attendees can explore novel surgical systems and devices. After gaining hands-on experience under the guidance of some of today’s most esteemed orthopaedic surgeons, conference attendees can return to their patients with a broader range of strategies and treatments to consider for their own clinical practices.
For more information about FORE’s spine CME courses, visit our conference schedule. Contact FORE by phone at (813) 877-8096 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for any further assistance you require.