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What Orthopaedic Students Learn

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Studying Orthopaedic in Canada

Students begin by studying several core subjects, such as the basic science of bone and cartilage and human anatomy. Students study normal and abnormal (eg. cancer, osteoporosis), bone growth, joint mechanics, and inflammatory arthritis. Students can specialize in several fields such as sports, hand, spinal, pediatric, and trauma orthopedics.

Clinical skills are taught during clerkships in doctor's offices (examinations of joints such as knees, hips, and shoulders), plaster room (creating and applying casts to fractures), operating room (watching and assisting in surgeries such as hip replacements and shoulder arthroscopies), and the emergency department (managing common traumas such as limb fractures and shoulder dislocations).

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Study Orthopaedic in Canada
What is Orthopaedic? Discover similiar and related programs and universities in Canada offering Orthopaedic degrees.

Graduate Orthopaedic Admission Requirements
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