Attend a Spine Course Organized by FORE

The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) is a non-profit organization that has provided orthopaedic-focused continuing education conferences since 2006. In that time, we’ve gained a reputation for organizing industry-leading courses that orthopaedic professionals find useful and engaging.

As part of our focus on providing quality educational opportunities for the orthopaedic subspecialties, we hold 2 spine surgery conferences each year. Taught by individuals at the forefront of spine surgery and research, these courses give attendees the opportunity to learn about the latest advances related to managing spine conditions, diseases, and injuries.

Below you will find information about these 2 courses, the Selby Spine Conference and the Castellvi Spine Symposium. For more information, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education at

Selby Spine Conference

This 3-day spine course held in Park City, Utah, provides a broad overview of new information pertinent to spine treatment. The expert faculty at this conference will present not only on surgery-related topics, such as new techniques and technologies, but also on the overall healthcare market and legal landscape related to spine care. Attendees will examine these topics through didactic presentations, case-based panel discussions, and debates, with ample time allotted to ask questions.

Castellvi Spine Symposium

Over the span of 4 days, the faculty for this spine course held in Duck Key, Florida, will update attendees on a range of topics related to spine surgery, such as complex reconstruction, artificial disc replacement, minimally invasive surgery, and the role of biologics in spine management.

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 approved by the Board of Certification to provide continuing education for athletic trainers.