Attend an Orthopaedic Sports Medicine CME Conference Organized by FORE

Sports Medicine CMEIf treating athletes is a significant part of your orthopaedic practice, consider attending a conference dedicated to sports medicine provided by the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE).

These live continuing education courses feature thought leaders in sports medicine who present contemporary treatment recommendations and rehabilitation guidelines for addressing orthopaedic injuries in active patients.

We offer 3 sports medicine CME conferences.

Detroit Sports Medicine Symposium

This annual sports medicine conference in suburban Detroit, Michigan, emphasizes a multi-specialty, multi-faceted approach to managing sports-related orthopaedic injuries. The goal is to better prepare practitioners for helping athletes of all ages and skill levels  overcome injuries and lead the healthy, active lives they desire. Attendees can expect to explore current trends in sports medicine, current methods for diagnosing and managing complex orthopaedic injuries, and evidence-based recommendations for surgical and non-surgical treatment options.

OrthoVirginia Soccer Medicine

The expert faculty of our newest sports medicine CME course will help attendees navigate the key issues in preventing, managing, and rehabilitating injuries in soccer athletes at all levels of competition. They’ll offer practical solutions based on their experience to help attendees address:

  • On-field and sideline emergencies, including head injury assessment, fractures and dislocation, and spine injuries
  • Hip and lower extremity injuries, including FAI and injuries of the adductor/quadriceps muscles
  • Cartilage, meniscus, and knee ligament injuries, including approaches to cartilage injuries, patella dislocations/instability, and ACL graft choices

Baseball Sports Medicine: Game-Changing Concepts

Treating baseball players can present unique challenges, due in large part to issues resulting from the repetitive overhead motions the players perform. At our Baseball Sports Medicine Conference, participants will learn about a variety of surgical and non-surgical treatments for addressing common baseball injuries, as well as prevention and rehabilitation strategies.

More Information

The Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians and approved by the Board of Certification to provide continuing education for athletic trainers.

Contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education at for more information about these courses.