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Orthopedic technicians are allied health care workers who specialize in caring for patients with injured and broken bones and joints. Orthopedic technicians work directly with orthopedic doctors and surgeons. Their main responsibilities include applying, adjusting and removing casts, braces and splints to treat injured joints and bones. Orthopedic technicians also help with the fitting of prosthetic limbs and teach patients how to care for their injuries and how to use various types of mobility aids. Some orthopedic technicians also assist orthopedic surgeons in the operating room.
A high school diploma is the minimum education required to become an orthopedic technician. In addition, you must also complete a relevant training program through a technical school, hospital, community college or the military. Completing an Associate of Applied Science in Orthopedic Technology degree, which is offered through some colleges, will boost your employability considerably.
Thorough knowledge of anatomy, cast application and removal, sterilization techniques, medical terminology and infection protocol are a must.
At your orthopedic technician interview, you will most likely be interviewed by the orthopedic surgeon who you will be working with. They will want to make sure that they hire the right person who will be able to help them in caring for their patients. For the best chances of landing the job, you must impress your interviewer with your passion for the job as well as your knowledge and expertise. Going through orthopedic technician mock interview questions and rehearsing answers to commonly asked questions will boost your confidence and increase your chances of success.