Spine Care Specialists Can Learn New Techniques at a Spine Conference Provided by FORE
Orthopedic practitioners who specialize in spine care can attend a conference provided by FORE – the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education – to learn about the newest approaches to surgical and nonsurgical treatment. Open to orthopedic surgeons and trauma surgeons, physical therapists and rehabilitation specialists, mid-level providers and orthopedic generalists, FORE’s CME events can help individuals in every area of the field improve their approach to patient care (and in turn, achieve better clinical outcomes).
FORE is a premier provider of orthopedic education, exclusively developing conferences that focus on orthopedic trauma care, sports medicine, upper or lower extremity surgery, arthroscopy, spine surgery and other similar topics. Each conference is unique, designed to feature a carefully selected range of workshops, lectures and presentations. A typical spine conference, however, might include:
- Q&A panels
- Case studies
- Comparisons of current and emerging treatment options
- Live surgical demonstrations
- Exhibitor presentations
- Hands-on workshops
Most of FORE’s conferences span just two to three days, packing a wide range of topics into an accelerated time frame to accommodate participants’ busy schedules. Additionally, conferences are held in top destinations throughout the United States, allowing attendees to find continuing medical education opportunities near where they live, work and play.
To register for a spine conference near you, contact the Foundation for Orthopedic Research and Education today. Our team can provide a comprehensive list of upcoming events, help you secure your space and/or find accommodations for the duration of your course.