Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Conferences Scheduled for 2020
Treating athletes is a major focus of many orthopaedic surgeons and other orthopaedic healthcare professionals. Falls, collisions, and non-sports-related injuries can send players to the sidelines and threaten their ability to participate in the sports that are their passion – and maybe even their livelihood.
Fortunately, orthopaedic sports medicine is constantly evolving and improving the ability of practitioners to get their active patients back in the game. For this reason, the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) is offering several sports medicine conferences in 2020, giving practitioners a range of opportunities to enhance their knowledge of the latest techniques and technologic advances.
5th Annual Baseball Sports Medicine Conference: Game-Changing Concepts
FORE’s conference schedule features CME courses focused on a range of topics relevant to orthopaedics. These specialized courses provide opportunities for orthopaedic professionals to learn new strategies for dealing with challenges they encounter in their day-to-day practice and network with others who share their professional interests.
For example, FORE’s annual Baseball Sports Medicine conference is a must-attend course for anyone who treats baseball players, whether at the professional, collegiate, or youth level. Certain to be one of the most popular sports medicine conferences FORE will be hosting in 2020, this course covers many key aspects of baseball sports medicine, including:
- Injury trends
- Injury prevention strategies
- Examination procedures
- Surgical and non-surgical treatment recommendations
- Rehabilitation protocols
The 2020 Baseball Sports Medicine conference is scheduled for November 19-20 in New York City. If you’re interested in attending, we recommend joining our mailing list so that you can find out when registration opens and promptly secure your place at this always sold-out meeting.
Other CME Conferences Focused on Sports Medicine
Each year, FORE offers conferences that explore advances in orthopaedic sports medicine along with other topics of interest. These courses provide an overview of current concerns and controversies within subject areas, such as the treatment of upper extremity and lower extremity injuries.
FORE’s other orthopaedic conferences that will have a sports medicine component in 2020 include:
26th Annual Tampa Shoulder Course: Arthroplasty & Sports
Do you treat shoulder or elbow injuries in athletes? If so, you’ll find value in attending FORE’s 26th Annual Tampa Shoulder Course.
This conference explores current evidence-based approaches for conservative care, arthroplasty, arthroscopy, and fracture management. The 3-day course features a full day dedicated to sports medicine topics, including:
- Shoulder instability
- Traumatic elbow injuries
- Rotator cuff repair
The 26th Annual Tampa Shoulder Course will be held from January 30 to February 1, with a pre-course bioskills lab taking place on January 30 at FORE’s state-of-the-art FIVE Labs facility.
10th Annual Current Solutions in Foot & Ankle Surgery
Scheduled for February 6-8 in Tampa, Florida, the 10th Annual Current Solutions in Foot & Ankle Surgery conference provides an in-depth update on current recommendations related to foot and ankle trauma, midfoot injuries, calcaneus fractures, and osteochondral lesions of the talus. The conference also features a session dedicated entirely to sports medicine topics, including:
- Achilles tendon rupture
- Ankle instability
- Plantar plate, turf toe, and sesamoid complex injuries
- Navicular stress fractures
- Peroneal tendon tears
- Hallux rigidus
- Insertional Achilles tendinitis
- Midsubstance tendinosis
Register for an Upcoming Conference
You can register for an upcoming FORE conference by visiting the individual webpage for the meeting you would like to attend. For additional information about the orthopaedic sports medicine conferences we have planned for 2020 — or any of the other courses in our schedule — please contact FORE by phone at (813) 877-8096 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.