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Orthopaedics is a specialised medical field that is dedicated to the study and treatment of the musculoskeletal system, and conditions or diseases that affect it—whether a sporting injury, joint condition or chronic back problem.
Students of orthopaedics may go on to work in hospitals, doctor’s surgeries or in specialised environments such as sporting medical staff.
Postgraduate students of orthopaedics will typically have a background in general medicine already, going on to choose one of the specialist programmes across the UK, ranging in focus from surgical care to prosthetics and rehabilitation studies.