Spine Surgeon Education Courses Offered by FORE
The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) is regarded as a leading provider of orthopedic-related conferences in the United States. As a CME provider that focuses exclusively on orthopedic education, we are uniquely qualified to plan events that update attendees on the latest developments within this dynamic field. Among our calendar of events are multiple spine surgeon education courses, which provide a useful overview of new treatment recommendations and technologies relevant to spine surgery. Like virtually all of the events we schedule, these spine surgeon education courses are designed to be highly interactive in nature, enabling participants to engage fully with the material being presented so that they can more easily integrate it into their own practice. Below is information about two of the spine conferences on our schedule.
Having grown out of the Keystone Meeting that Dr. David Selby started in Keystone, Colorado, in 1986, this three-day conference has a long, distinguished history. At this event, attendees can expect to explore the latest advances and controversies in spine surgery through a series of didactic lectures, open discussions and case presentations. In addition to covering treatment-related topics, such as surgical methods, novel implant devices and robotic-assisted surgery, this course will explore the current healthcare marketplace and legal landscape related to spine surgery, providing learners with a practical and well-rounded educational experience.
Held in beautiful Key West, Florida, this four-day event provides attendees with a wonderful opportunity to learn about the latest advancements in spine surgery. Expert presenters at this spine surgeon education course will discuss new recommendations related to complex reconstruction, artificial disc replacement, the use of biologics, complications management and other pertinent topics. Participants will have ample time to engage with the faculty and others in attendance through question-and-answer sessions and can gain valuable firsthand experience with new techniques and technologies through special cadaveric labs.
Signing up for one of our spine surgeon education courses will take just a few minutes of your time. You can complete this process online, over the phone or by mail. Please contact our team if you have any questions about these conferences, the group-rate hotel rooms we have reserved or any other matters. We would be happy to provide any assistance you require.