Where do orthopedic surgeons do there job?
Orthopedic surgeons, dermatologists, plastic surgeons Orthopedic surgeons, dermatologists, plastic surgeons Orthopedic surgeons, dermatologists, plastic surgeons Nope, Neurosurgeons spent more time in school, work the longest hours and make the most. Even in Midwestern State and cities where people don't make the kind of money they'd make in a major East cost city, neurosurgeons still can 600000 dollars and more.
In the U.S., orthopedic surgeons first do a pre med in college then take MCAT exam then apply to a medical school. After finishing 4 yrs of med achool, orthopedic surgeons must do an extra comprehensive five-year residency program. Upon completing the residency, you will need to be board certified and meet the state's licensure requirements before practicing. Best regards , Dr. Adam Salman (a surgeon myself)
It all depends how you want to define best. Some surgeons devote more time to research, and they're often quite well known. Some surgeons perform specific, unusual procedures that they have been specially trained to do. Some orthopedic surgeons gain notoriety by being the physician of politician or professional sports team or player. There is no simple way to define the best surgeon. First, it is very unusual that you would have to travel a…