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Orthopedic Schools

Take courses to become an orthopedic technician, and earn $35,000/yr. treating bone and joint conditions. Assist doctors in the treatment of broken bones and the application and removal of casts and splints, help with fitting and adjustments of prosthetic limbs and devices, work with patients needing wheelchairs, crutches or canes, and assist orthopedic surgeons.