Conferences and Events

Fortius is committed to providing continued education and sharing knowledge and best practice in orthopaedics and musculoskeletal medicine. We strive to stay connected and engage with our partners and referrers. As an organization, we host an annual educational programme including monthly lectures, training days, in-practice CPD and MDT sessions, as well as our biannual international sports injury conference. Our Consultants are dedicated to sharing their expertise through trainings and presentations on the latest findings and practices in their specialties, and we are always looking for new ways to become involved in the communities we serve.

Find our upcoming educational lectures below and more information on FISIC '19 here

6 – 7 November 2019

FISIC 2019

The third Fortius International Sports Injury Conference will be taking place in Nov 2019, get your tickets today.

20 November 2019

Sports Foot & Ankle Lecture Evening

Our expert team of Foot & Ankle specialists lead an evening on sports-related injuries to the foot and ankle, commonly seen in patients.

Practice & Clinic CPD Sessions

We can deliver training sessions in your practice or clinic, during times that are convenient to you, and on topics that are relevant and of interest. This may be updates on new NICE guidelines, complex case management discussions, or a refresh on managing certain conditions or injuries. We come to you and can issue certificates for CPD requirements.

To find out more or book a session with a Fortius consultant, email marketing@fortiusclinic.com.

Previous Events

An educational event for GPs to learn the latest in robotic arm-assisted joint replacement and evidence on the Enhanced Recovery Pathway
Educational event to learn about sports and exercise and related rheumatological conditions.
Fortius Joint Replacement Centre opening night featured presentations from our hip and knee surgeons on the role of robotics in joint replacement.
An educational event for physios on common injuries in young athletes, including rugby-related injuries and concussions.