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Orthopedic Surgeon Working Conditions
He/she will listen-: -2 U, examine Ur areas of concern, & take images of the area. If a diagnosis is able 2 B arrived @, then a treatment plan is recommended. If not U may need lab tests &/or more imaging, MRI, CT, Scans may be needed. The most important part is that he or she listens 2 U. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
We deal with bones,:
Joints, muscles, ligament/tendons, nerves, whether they are broken, injured, torn, inflamed, disrupted or pinched.
Also Arthritis of joints, with meds, therapy, shots, or surgery, depending on severity of the problem and patient's response.
Some of us specialize in Spines, Hands, Upper extremity, or Foot/Ankle. ...Read more
Hi, I am an orthopaedic radiologist. I started off on the path to become an ortho surgeon & ultimately ended up choosing radiology instead.
Ortho is an excellent field. If you become an ortho surgeon you will have the opportunity to be a critical part of the healthcare team. Treating fractures, sports injuries, trauma patients, back disease. It is very satisfying being able to help those in need. ...Read more
Otho Surgery work hr: I am not an orthopedic surgeon but I can tell you that there is no such thing as a "shift" for them. I know of no surgical specialty as dedicated to their patients as are the orthopods. They typically spend a very long day in the or, see patients in their office and then may have a few minutes with their families only to be called back to the hospital to handle emergency orthopedics. Thank god. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am extremely happy with my career choice as an orthopedic surgeon. Most of the time the work we do as a quick reward of patient satisfaction. I have been in practice for 27 yrs and enjoy it more then ever even with all the politics surrounding healthcare.
I cannot see myself doing anything else and plan on working as long as I am healthy. ...Read more
Wow, anywhere from-: - 60 to 100 @ times. Sometimes on call U R also doing surgery & endless accidents come in as well as all types of fractures & U just have Ur assistant evaluate them & if surgical, get them ready and wait in line. I have started @ 8 am & worked all night & finished @ late the next day. Not often but it happens a lot especially holidays and wk ends if a college town. B prepared 4 it! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Orthopedic Surgeon: The training in orthopedic surgery consists of trauma, adult, pediatric, and hand surgery. 4 yrs college, 4 yrs medical school. 5 yrs residency and most graduates do a one year fellowship. Getting into medical school is hard, but it is even harder to get into an ortho residency. The residency involves quite a bit of work and paying your dues. Each yr more responsibility. It is worth it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Subsequent to two hours of waiting. Why does my orthopedic surgeon have the right to pick who he wants me to see?
Every time an ortho-: - surgeon sees a patient, it's hard to tell how long it may take with them. Often they say "oh bye the way " & proceed to tell you of another problem or complication that blind sides you, subsequently a 15 minute check up turns into a 45 minute appt & from that point on you as an orthopedic surgeon can never catch up. Multiply this by 3 or 4 or more patients & you can see how it can happen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends.: If it is painful but tolerable, you can give it a few days to see how it does. Try "rice" which is short for "rest, ice, compression, & elevation". If it stays sore and swollen, there are mechanical symptoms of giving way or locking, or you are unable to fully flex or extend it; you should probably have it evaluated. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See below: Relax. Take a deep breath. Orthopedic surgeons do not only do operations but they also recommend conservative treatment for a lot of conditions. Education and counseling anti-inflammatory medication with food, muscle relaxants, pain medications injection therapy, occupational and physical therapy are just a few few of the treatment regimens. Good luck thank you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: The short version is that podiatric surgeons attend podiatric medical school followed by a three year podiatric surgery residency. Orthopedic surgeons attend medical school (allopathic or osteopathic) followed by an orthopedic residency. They may go on to complete a foot and ankle fellowship. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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Both are ok: Both neurosurgeons and fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeons treat spinal disorders. It is worth your time to learn about your surgeon before considering surgery. Hopefully, your primary care doctor can help to point you in the right direction. The most important thing to do is to make sure that the surgeon you choose has expertise in treating your problem. Check out healthgrades. Com. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hip surgeon: I'm assuming you're referring to hip replacement surgery. You'll want to find someone who does a lot of total hip replacement surgery, and even if he can't help you he should be able to point you in the right direction. If there is not a busy hip surgeon in el paso, you may have to try the closest big city such as albuquerque or phoenix. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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