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How many years do orthopedic surgeons spend in college?

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Answered 2008-08-12 04:58:09

11 years from what i heard.

4 years undergrad

4 years med school

3+ years residency (thats where you learn the skills required to be a orthopedic surgeon)

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Not all orthopedic doctors are trained in orthopedic surgery. An orthopedic surgeon attends more years of school to specialize further in orthopedics and orthopedic surgery.

An orthopedic surgeon first has obtained a bachelors degree from a college or university. They then complete four years of medical school followed by a five year residency in orthopedics. They can then have another year of specialized education, though this is optional.

it takes fourteen years to become orthopedic/orthopedic surgeon.....four years college with many science classes, four years of medical school, one year internship and five years of residency.

they spend six to ten years in college

A medical degree Residency One year of general surgery training Four years of training in orthopedic surgery In the United States, orthopedic surgeons have typically completed four years of undergraduate education and four years of medical school. Subsequently, these medical school graduates undergo residency training in orthopedic surgery. The five-year residency consists of one year of general surgery training followed by four years of training in orthopedic surgery.

In the United States, you will spend a minimum of seven years in college - three years in undergraduate and four years of vet school.

I believe it requires around 19 years of college.

it's not orthopedic school. it's 4 years of college then 4 years of medical school. then 1 year internship then 4 year residency. prices vary depending on what college and medical school you go to. medical school is extremely difficult to get into. and is very expensive. then you need to have specific orthopedic training after all of that school

Spine surgery is performed by doctors who have completed training in either neurosurgery or orthopedic surgery. To become a spine surgeon you must have a medical degree (8 years after high school); then complete a residency in either orthopedic surgery (5 years) or neurosurgery (6-7 years). Orthopedic surgeons who wish to specialize in spine surgery usually complete a spine fellowship following their residency, which is an additional 1 to 2 years of training. Neurosurgery residency provides adequate exposure to spine surgery, but some neurosurgeons choose to spend an additional year in spine fellowship. So, including college, medical school, residency and fellowship it takes between 14 and 16 years of post high school education to become a spine surgeon.

With around 15 - 18 years of experience, your salary range would be in the area $500,000 to $600,000, depending on where you work and what job duties you have. Many orthopedic surgeons take on administrative duties in hospitals and clinics which can contribute to an increase of income.

4 years of college, 4 years of med school, 5 years general surgical residency, and another 1-4 years fellowship in cardiovascular surgery.

you would have to go to college 4 years in a colege or university,and then go 4 more years in a dental school. So in all you would do 8 years

In the US, surgeons train for at least 9 before they qualify. This includes 4 years of medical school and a minimum of 5 years of residency. All that comes after high school and college.

4 years college 4 years med school 4-6 years of residency All in all 12-14 years

You need four years of college, with premed courses in chemistry (2 yrs), biology (at least 1 yr), physics (1 yr), calculus (1 yr); followed by four years of medical school; and then at least five years of surgical training (general surgery and orthopedic surgery).

When a person has an injury to a joint, the services of an orthopedic surgeon may be required. Orthopedic surgeons treat conditions involving the musculoskelatal system. Sports injuries, congenital defects, tumors, degenerative diseases, and trauma are all problems an orthopedic surgeon may treat.Training to become an orthopedic surgeon is intensive and competitive. Typically, an opthopedic surgeon completes four years of undergraduate studies, four years of medical school, and a five year residency program. Candidates for these residency programs usually graduate at the top of their medical school classes.Some orthopedic surgeons continue their education with a one or two year fellowship program. These fellowships allow the surgeon to specialize in such areas as hand surgery, total joint reconstruction, and spine surgery.After completing the residency program, an orthopedic surgeon is eligible for board certification. This means that the surgeon has met all the requirements of the Board. Both written and oral exams are necessary for board certification.When choosing an orthopedic surgeon, there are many factors to consider. Education and experience are both important; it’s best to find a surgeon who has delt with the problem being treated before. Also, talking to one’s family doctor is a good idea- he or she likely has experience dealing with the different orthopedic surgeons in the area. Asking family and friends who may have had orthopedic surgery is helpful too; they can give you feedback on their experiences with their surgeons. The patient also needs to trust in their instincts as well; you should feel comfortable dealing with the surgeon you choose.Finding the right orthopedic surgeon to treat an injury can be a daunting task. Consider the surgeon’s areas of expertise, years of experience, reputation, and bedside manner before choosing your surgeon. Choosing the right orthopedic surgeon can lead to life changing medical care that can relieve suffering and enhance the quality of your life. A good orthopedic surgeon will be with you step-by-step as you take this journey.�

4 years college with one year of biology, two years of chemistry, and one year of physics. 4 years of medical school and specific orthopedic training but there is also 1 year internship and 4 year residency training

Make sure what you want to make of the years you spend in college.

Spend 12+ years in college and medical school.

4 years of medical school, 5 years of orthopedic surgery residency training, 1 year pediatric orthopedic surgery fellowship

It depends, how good of a surgeon you are. You also shouldn't be going into it for the money, if your really serious about the medical field you should go into it because you have a passion for it. It takes a very long time to become any kind of physician especially a surgeon. It takes 4 years for college, 4 years med school and 3-7 years residency depending on the type of surgeon you wish to become. So for becoming a fully board certified surgeon it takes on average about 12 to 15 years. I would have to say Orthopedic, Vascular, and Plastic surgeons make the most. If your a very busy orthopedic surgeon you can make up to $1,000,000 a year! Vascular surgeons work on the veins and blood passageways. They make about $700,000 dollars a year! Plastic surgeons on average make $400,000 dollars a year although plastic surgeons working in California make about four million a year because of high demand of the celebrities and people who are trying to become celebrities. Anyways I hope I helped answer you question! Good luck if you do follow the path to becoming a surgeon!

it totally depends on which country your in America, school is till 12th Grade and then there is 4 years of College, and then 2 years of in this case its 4 years of college..

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