Job ID 40712
The job outlook for orthopedic surgeon is bright. This field has an increasing number of retirees and the need to replace them will increase over the next decade. As more people live in rural and low-income areas, more jobs will be available. There is also a growing elderly population. Therefore, there is a high demand for surgeons. Applicants should consider a career in orthopedic surgery to fill this position. In addition, they will enjoy a competitive salary and excellent benefits.
There are several types of orthopedic jobs available, such as chiropractors and physical therapists. A chiropractor who specializes in orthopedics will work in rehabilitation facilities or orthopedic hospitals. All legitimate chiropractors are trained in elements of orthopedic medicine, and some choose to pursue a postdoctoral program to specialize in this field. Some chiropractors also choose to work with children or elderly patients. A physician’s assistant specializing in pediatrics can be an effective addition to an orthopedic practice.
A physician who specializes in musculoskeletal problems will be a good candidate for orthopedic jobs. A orthopedic surgeon specializes in correcting musculoskeletal disorders and injuries. Other orthopedic jobs are geared toward children and geriatrics. However, these positions typically require an advanced education in a particular specialty. Once a physician graduates, they can choose a specialty of their choice. If they like working with the elderly, they can opt for geriatric or pediatric orthopedics
Roles and Responsibilities:
- You can order diagnostic tests such as MRIs and X-rays, and have them interpret.
- Take care of genetic conditions
- For patient records, complete accurate charting.
- Maintain good communication with your patient.
- Prescribe medication, or rehabilitation after surgery.
Perks and Benefits: Salary Negotiable
Role – Orthopedic Doctor
Functional Area: Medical, Health Care
Industry Type: Hospitals and clinics.
Qualification: MBBS,MS/MD/DNB – D. ORTH