Evaluate and Implement the Newest Techniques in Foot and Ankle Surgery at FORE’s Orthopedic Conferences
For a comprehensive overview of the latest techniques in foot and ankle surgery, orthopedic surgeons and other medical professionals can attend an orthopedic conference provided by FORE, the Foundation for Orthopedic Research and Education. FORE offers several conferences that focus exclusively on lower extremity surgery, as well as a number of orthopedic trauma and sports medicine courses that discuss surgical and non-surgical options for foot and ankle injury treatment.
Every FORE conference has a unique agenda, although typical topics may include:
- Surgical treatment options for fractures and forefoot injuries
- Novel concepts in complex reconstruction, deformity correction and soft tissue repair
- Surgical and non-surgical treatments for ankle arthritis
- Rehabilitation strategies for tendon and ligament injuries
Not only do FORE’s conferences offer traditional educational sessions, such as presentations and panel discussions; many also allow participants to put concepts into practice through hands-on workshops and cadaver labs. Because orthopedic surgery is so largely driven by touch and feel, the ability to perform various procedures and become familiar with novel technologies while receiving guidance from some of the nation’s top foot and ankle surgeons typically leads to a fuller understanding of the topics at hand, as well as an enhanced ability to apply these concepts in a clinical practice.
To learn more about our courses that focus on the latest techniques in foot and ankle surgery, contact the Foundation for Orthopedic Research and Education. Our conferences are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).