Choose a Spine Surgery Conference with a Hands-On Component
To make the most of a spine surgery conference, you’ll want to be able to practice new techniques and explore the latest technologies in person. Not only will you be able to better retain the information that you discuss in your educational sessions, but you’ll also have a jump start when it comes to incorporating new strategies into your own practice.
At FORE – the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education – medical professionals know us as the provider of the industry’s most hands-on spine surgery conferences. Our approach to CME prioritizes hands-on learning experiences, such as interactive workshops, cadaver labs, and live surgical demonstrations. You can explore options such as EOS machines, arthroplasty devices, robotic navigational systems and more.
In between our hands-on sessions, you can also participate in:
- Q&A sessions with experienced spine surgeons and neurosurgeons
- Discussions of the most promising new surgical approaches
- Reviews of best practices for patient selection and rehabilitation
- One-of-a-kind networking events with other industry professionals
In these sessions, you can discuss topics that are specific to spine surgery, such as the arguments for and against full-body scans prior to treatment, the clinical appropriateness of SI joint fusion and the clinical evidence behind intervertebral disc regeneration strategies. By the conclusion of your spine surgery conference, you’ll have a number of new strategies for improving patient outcomes and making your practice more comprehensive.
To register for an upcoming spine surgery conference, contact FORE today. Our calendar for 2018 includes the Selby Spine Meeting in January and the Castellvi Spine Meeting in May, among other orthopedic surgery events.