Vanessa J.

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How much work did it take to become an orthopedic surgeon? Did it all pay off?

I've been interested in this job for a while now. i still have a lot of time to think about my future but i would love to know. #medical-practice #orthopedics #sports-and-orthopedics #sports-injuries #medical

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To become an orthopedic surgeon it takes four years of college and four years of medical school with five years of residency. To further specialize in Orthopedics it does take a year or two of fellowship. There are certain things that you need to consider about lifestyle when thinking about being a surgeon. Moce orthopedic jobs Require call. Outside of lifestyle things the job or career it’s self is fantastic if you enjoy visual/spatial things As well as enjoy working with your hands. It is mentally challenging and gratifying.
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