The Clinical Orthopaedic Society holds an annual meeting during the fall of each year featuring a preeminent panel of orthopaedic experts discussing relevant case studies and innovative techniques in clinical orthopaedics.
The Clinical Orthopaedic Society has 471 National Members The Annual Meeting draws approximately 100-200 physician registrants Exhibitors and Supporters of The Clinical Orthopaedic Society gain exposure to approx 100-200 leading Orthopaedic Surgeons as well as faculty and guests from around the country. Refreshments are served in the exhibit area during educational session breaks, and exhibitors are invited to excellent networking functions during the meeting. Exhibitors are recognized in the signage and syllabus at the meetings, and also on the COS website and in the e-newsletters to the membership of over 471 Orthopaedic Surgeons. The newsletters are also distributed online with the worldwide orthopaedic community. Exhibitor product descriptions can be submitted with links to your email and websites. Product descriptions and company recognition remains on the web for a year. COS leadership and members are very appreciative and attentive to exhibitors and supporters. Your fees and contributions are critical for the COS budget to be able to continue our educational programs each year. As a non-profit 501(c) (3) nearing 100 years of excellence in education, we would greatly appreciate your support and participation!
Target Audience: The Clinical Orthopaedic Society was founded in 1912 and is a dynamic national society focusing on clinical aspects of orthopaedic surgery. Many of our 471 members are leaders in their national, state and local orthopaedic societies. Our upcoming meeting will focus on many innovations in surgery and will present multiple presentation panels of national orthopaedic experts who will debate treatment options. One of our most unique aspects of our society is the examination of live patients during our meeting. The Clinical Orthopaedic Society is nationally known for emphasizing education, fellowship, constructive criticism, professionalism, honesty, integrity, ethics and community values.
Founded in 1912, the mission of the Clinical Orthopaedic Society is to optimize the science of the physical examination as the central component in the diagnosis and management of musculoskeletal conditions and to educate society on orthopaedic issues impacting patient care.