Sports Medicine Courses for Team Physicians, Trainers and Physical Therapists at Every Level
The sports medicine courses provided by FORE – the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education – highlight the latest advances in diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation for a variety of common sports injuries. These conferences are specifically designed for physicians, orthopedists, athletic trainers and physical therapists who are practicing at any level, be it high school, collegiate or professional.
FORE’s sports medicine courses feature topics such as:
- How and when to use biologic treatments such as platelet-rich plasma injections
- Strategies for improving the effectiveness of strength training sessions
- Diagnostic techniques for rotator cuff tears, neurovascular problems, posterior elbow pain and other common sports injuries
- Nonoperative treatment options for degenerative shoulder issues in young, active and otherwise healthy patients
- Contemporary rehabilitation guidelines for shoulder, knee, hip and ankle injuries
- Taping, cupping, blood flow restriction and other innovative therapies
FORE provides general sports medicine conferences, such as the Winter SKS (Shoulder, Knee and Sports Medicine) course, as well as events that are tailored to focus on specific areas of the field. One such example is our Baseball Sports Medicine: Game-Changing Concepts conference, which is held at the Major League Baseball Office of the Commissioner in New York, New York. Through this wide spectrum of events, we’re able to help participants find an opportunity that matches up with their unique area of professional interest.
For a full list of upcoming sports medicine courses provided by the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education, contact us today. Our conferences are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education and we have been approved by the Board of Certification to provide continuing education for athletic trainers.