|Scooped by Anthony Gray|
This is a great article because it tells you everything about Orthopedics. The Article is from the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. In this article, the AAOS briefs you on Orthopedic Surgery, the training that is involved, and the career itself. There are many advances in Medicine from all different types of categories such as Cardiology, Dermatology, etc. The AAOS also brief you on the training you have to do. You have to do four years of college, four years in medical school, and five years in residency. You also have to pass an oral test and complete two years of practice in orthopedic surgery. When your done with all of this the AAOS talks about what practice patterns you will be doing such as working alone in your office or sharing office space with another doctor. Orthopedics treat a widespread of diseases and conditions. The AAOS details you on your journey to becoming on an Orthopedic. Before you go to medical school, you have to take the MCAT which is a test to see what medical school you belong in. It takes a lot of time and effort to become a doctor and you have to work really hard for it.
"Career in Orthopaedics-OrthoInfo - AAOS." Http://orthoinfo.aaos.org. N.p., n.d. Web. 02 Apr. 2014.