What Does Orthopedic Mean?

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Muddassar Memon answered
Orthopaedics is the field of surgery related to acute, chronic, traumatic, and overuse injuries and other malfunction of the musculoskeletal system. Orthopaedic surgeons link musculoskeletal diseases counting arthritis, trauma as well as congenital deformities applying both surgical and non-surgical methods.

Orthopaedic surgeons are doctors who have finished supplementary training in orthopaedic surgery after finishing medical school, any M.D. or D.O. In American and Canada orthopaedic surgeons finish at least 11 years of postsecondary education as well as clinical training.

The training comprises of getting an undergraduate degree, a medical degree or osteopathic degree, followed by completion of five-year residence in orthopaedic surgery. The five year residency comprises of a year of general training after which four year of training is done in the filed of orthopaedic surgery.
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Jones Browny answered
Orthopedics is the branch of medicine that is involved in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of injuries and disorders of the musculoskeletal system. The musculoskeletal system is made up of the bones in the body or the skeletal system and the associated muscles, joints, and ligaments. Orthopedics use both surgical and non-surgical treatments to cure musculoskeletal disorders and injuries.
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Anonymous answered
Orthopaedic is a noun pertaining to the treatment of deformities ans injuries to bones and muscles generally associated with children.

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