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  • Wanting to become an Orthotist and Prostetist!
  • Hi! I am graduating High School this year and wanted to look into some jobs in the medical professions! Could you tell me about what you do?
  • Hi! I am an Orthotist and Prosthestist, which means that I specialize in helping people who have lost limbs and help them regain full mobility
  • By Logan Friesen
  • Yes it does! I'm so glad you are interested in the medical field! Just remember, to get this job it takes a the completion of a masters degree in Orthotics and Prosthetics, and a certification exam.
  • Wow, that must take a lot of patience, communication, attention to detail, and the ability of physical dexterity right? 
  • The need for this job is growing much faster than other jobs, at almost 22% in ten years, meaning these jobs are becoming more readily available. 
  • So how is the job outlook for O&Ps? 
  • So how much do you get paid?
  • Depending on how much experience you have, the yearly salary can range from $33,908  to $95,332.
  •   We can work in a variety of different places, like hospitals, medical stores, ambulatory healthcare services, and even places that manufacture prosthetics. 
  • And how is the work environment, where do most O&Ps work?
  • https://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/orthotists-and- prosthetists.htm#tab-3 https://explorehealthcareers.org/career/orthotics- prosthetics/orthotist-and-prosthetist/
  • Of course! Let me know if you have any more questions!
  • thank you for all of the information! I really enjoyed the tour!
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