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Health Careers Education
Clinical Orthotics
The student will participate in a clinical externship in an approved facility offering supervised experiences in the application of learned principles to the fabrication and delivery of orthotic or prosthetic services.
Lara Skaggs
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Orthotics & Prosthetics Equipment and Materials; Lower Limb Orthotics; Spinal Orthotics; Upper Limb Orthotics; or Evaluation by Instructor.
Upon completion of this course the student shall have:

-Worked under the supervision of an orthotist or prosthetist selected by the faculty for 300 hours.

-Participated in the fabrication of the widest variety of orthoses or prostheses possible given the clinical situation.

-Participated in the fitting of orthoses or prostheses whenever clinically appropriate.

-Worked under the direction of the technical staff.

-Practiced all safety procedures.

-Presented him/herself in a professional manner.

-Learned variations of the fabrication techniques taught in school.

-Created resume and developed job-finding skills.
Career Majors That Sequence This Course
Career Cluster Pathway Career Major
Health Science Therapeutic Services Orthotics Technician
Health Science Therapeutic Services Orthotics/Prosthetics Technician