A Sports Medicine Conference Can Prepare You to Provide a Higher Level of Care to Athletes of All Levels
Medical professionals who work with high school, college, professional or recreational athletes can attend a sports medicine conference to improve their ability to diagnose and treat a variety of common injuries. Specializing exclusively in orthopedic CME, the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education (FORE) provides a variety of sports medicine conferences each year, connecting surgeons, physicians and supportive care providers with renowned experts in the field.
FORE’s sports medicine conferences include:
- The Detroit Sports Medicine Symposium
- Chicago Sports Medicine Symposium
- Baseball Sports Medicine: Game-Changing Concepts
FORE also offers a wide spectrum of conferences that, while not solely focused on athletic orthopedics, incorporate a variety of topics that can be easily applied to the field of sports medicine. Such classes include the Orthopaedic Trauma Course, Frontiers in Upper Extremity Surgery, and the Annual Shoulder Course, among others.
Each conference that FORE provides has a unique agenda, with options that include discussion panels, question and answer sessions, case presentations and live surgical demonstrations. The agenda for the 2017 Chicago Sports Medicine conference, for instance, incorporates sessions pertaining to the MRI review process, the patient interview and physical process, the treatment of failed ACL surgery, the future of cartilage repair, the guidelines for helping athletes return to their sports following injury, and the indicators for reverse arthroplasty. Each conference is designed to be as time-efficient as possible, enabling participants to absorb a significant amount of information within an accelerated time frame and return to their busy lives and practices.
To register for an upcoming sports medicine conference, contact the Foundation for Orthopaedic Research and Education today.