Attend the Selby Spine or Castellvi Spine Conference to Discover New Surgical and Non-Surgical Treatments
Spine care specialists can add new skills to their repertoire by attending one of the continuing medical education classes provided by FORE – the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education. Our conferences, the annual Selby Spine Conference and the annual Castellvi Spine Symposium, review both surgical and non-surgical techniques, making them appropriate for a wide audience that includes surgeons, non-operative clinicians, therapists, and allied health providers.
What you’ll learn at a FORE spine conference
Our spine conferences feature in-depth discussions of topics such as:
- The varying success rates of different surgical implants
- The validity of full body scans and other diagnostic technologies
- The newest surgical navigation systems
- The clinical evidence for and against the use of biologics
- The most effective ways to lower complication rates
- The best protocols for managing high-risk patients
FORE’s spine conferences also touch on non-clinical concerns, such as the latest updates on billing, professional development, and medical liability insurance. This well-rounded approach offers participants the opportunity to cover a range of material within an accelerated time frame. And, with ample opportunities for discussion and debate, our spine conferences are designed for a high level of information retention and practicality.
In addition, FORE is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. you can claim CME credits commensurate with your participation in each spine conference.
For more information, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education at email@example.com.