Spine Conferences for Operative and Nonoperative Clinicians
Focusing on the latest advances in diagnostics and treatment, the spine conferences provided by FORE (the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education) are ideal for any medical professional who specializes in neck and back pain treatment. As one of the most complex orthopedic specialties, spine care is continually evolving. Staying up-to-date with best practices can be a job in and of itself, but FORE’s spine conferences are the perfect option for busy healthcare providers who are looking to continue their medical education and improve their clinical skills.
FORE’s spine conferences are open to:
- Orthopedic surgeons
- Physical therapists
- Rehabilitation specialists
- Nurses and physicians’ assistants
- Surgical residents and fellows
These conferences are led by an esteemed faculty of industry experts. Topics vary from one event to the next, although speakers typically discuss emerging diagnostic technologies, interventional pain management techniques, decision-making strategies for choosing surgical candidates, biomechanical considerations and other relevant topics. And, at select conferences, attendees are encouraged to put principles into practice through dynamic, hands-on workshops such as bioskills labs. Participants are invited to claim CME credits commensurate with their participation in each event (FORE is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and approved by the Board of Certification to provide orthopaedic education for athletic trainers).
To learn more about FORE’s upcoming spine conferences, contact us today. We encourage, but do not require, advance registration. In addition to live CME events, we also offer online educational opportunities for individuals who prefer distance learning.