Continuing Education for Spine Surgeons at Conferences Provided by FORE
No matter how long you’ve been a spine surgeon, attending a spine conference provided by the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) can help you learn about new techniques and technologies and how you can incorporate them into your practice.
A non-profit organization with a long-standing reputation in the CME industry, FORE:
- Exclusively focuses on orthopaedic education, which means that each of our medical conferences is tailored to the unique needs of orthopaedic professionals
- Carefully selects the nation’s top researchers, educators, and clinicians to discuss advances in the field at our conferences
- Is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and approved by the Board of Certification
Annually, FORE offers 2 spine surgeon education programs, the Selby Spine Conference and the Castellvi Spine Symposium. These courses highlight the latest advances in cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine surgery, exploring topics such as cervical disc arthroplasty, robotic navigation systems, adult spinal deformity care, and bone grafting technologies.
Each course is designed to be interactive, with case-based panel discussions, question-and-answer sessions, and debates. Ample time is available for 1-on-1 and small group discussions. Participants often return to our spine surgery courses year after year, citing the dynamic atmosphere and engaging presentations as reasons they choose to come back.
To learn more about our opportunities for spine surgeon education, contact FORE at firstname.lastname@example.org.