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Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. I am about to go into my intern year for surgery, and I unfortunately have not met a lot of surgeons outside of my own med school/residency program whom I can ask about this stuff. Absolutely crush the fuck out of step 1 is the most important thing you can control. Its not chill like the ROADS specialities. They are the ones who allows us to move, work and be active. We also know you more than likely haven't reduced and splinted a ton (any?) You also could fall in love with another subspecialty theoretically. You people have evolved beyond the need for sleep, or food. Step scores I/II were 254. The question is if they are employed BY the hospital. Overall, we expect you to be available/affable >>> able. Never knew i wanted to do ortho in med school. Since MSK makes up the majority of the body, and we're responsible for that, in turn there's a shit ton of surgeries to play with. I know that /u/Nysoz beat me to the punch, but I will try to add some thoughts and give a little bit of a different perspective as our experiences while similar have some differences.. Background: I am a PGY-8, about to be PGY-9 (the flair only goes to 6 on this forum) surgery fellow. We (at least at my program) will teach you. If we run through the approach/case with you and specifically highlight certain anatomy, try to remember it for if/when someone asks you in the OR. That could be ortho. yep. Banged your knee up playing soccer? I love mid levels. Orthobullets for common ortho mgmt. I had no idea this is an option. Thus another reason why everyone does a fellowship, not out of interest but pure necessity. I applied broadly to 80 schools, interviewed at 14 places, matched at my #3. But i think unlike the other subspecialty surgical fields, the volume of ortho is IMMENSE. But if you do a fellowship in hand, are work in a practice where someone else takes care of trauma calls, then it could be lifestyle friendly. Close. Orthopedic surgeon: Benefits. Weird question, don't look at the username lol. Surgeons of reddit, what’s it like being in the OR saving a life? 4th/5th year: You're essentially a chief resident at this point. The non-spine Ortho stuff or the non spine neurosurg stuff. The other stuff. As a surgicalist, i work seven 24 hour shifts a month and get 23 days off, so my lifestyle i would argue is better than most. In our 4th year we did mainly peds, with some spine, foot and ankle, sports. But then i work my extra jobs because i'm bored, but that's a personal decision. best. Everyone from a 600 mile radius will call you about some peds stuff, so it's exhausting. Possibly 1 year internship. 100% Upvoted. So instead of one guy taking care of the entire body, it takes 6 surgeons to do the same work. In Ortho, you could live in a town of 10k and be fine. If you don't know something, ask. This is also an important year because the trend is for everyone to do fellowships now. Thanks. As to comfort I can’t really say. This i believe has since changed, but 2nd year involved two 36 hour shifts tuesdays and thursdays and another 24 hour shift saturday, so you were working 100 hour weeks consistently for at least a 3 month rotation x 2 during our trauma service. If I am at a huge debate between ortho/neurosurg (both share spine, both use cool toys). You just have to kill your sub-I rotation. A new Medscape poll probes doctor lifestyles. They say MSK pain/problems is 80% of a general medicine practice. The other model of employment is hospital employed position. yep. If you're reading this and you're a resident who wants to share your specialty experience, check out this post to see some requests, and then start your own "Why you should go into X" thread in the sub. General surgeons, ortho, and vascular guys work a lot on call. 238. I have minimal research interests but still do a little. Once you've seen it done once, however, you should be able to pick up on what supplies are needed. I have medical students that come through to shadow sometimes and that can be fun but it’s hard to really teach anything in a week or two. So I would say that from a supply demand standpoint, due to the immense supply of MSK complaints, ortho is even more in shortage than most of the fields out there. We do have an OITE program where we do practice tests throughout residency. This post will be cataloged on the wiki for posterity. Felt a twinge in that shoulder while lifting weights? Just make sure you retain it so that when you see it again you have some semblance of knowledge about the fracture/anatomy/etc. I think this trend initially started to persuade people / fill people in on a field that was relatively unknown (PM&R). Initially was a general ortho surgeon doing bread and butter stuff out in the boonies. Lifestyle and work hours is a totally different ballpark though. Vampire. Thanks for the great write-up! I was a 4th year AOA. He is on staff at ValleyCare Memorial, San Ramon Regional Medical Center and Sutter Tracy. Reasons to do Ortho: Lifestyle: People really misunderstand an ortho surgeon's lifestyle. We have the expertise to provide the appropriate level of care for your needs. If you fail, you will be ridiculed and bring shame to your program. Some results: rheumatologists are happiest, dermatologists are healthiest, 1/3 of docs were … I’m in a group of 20 other orthopods. Mastery of your field: Like the derm post, no one knows your field like you do. This is where reputations are made so first impressions were important. It's unfortunately something we will never live down. Residency years: Intern year: You're essentially another gen surg prelim. However these days theres alot more hospital employed surgeons. Background: I'm a board certified orthopaedic surgeon. If you are looking for an academic position after training, then it becomes slightly more important. This was at the tail end of the toxicity, so the groups ahead of us were sometimes bitter while we were right as rain. 5 year vs 7 year residency. Welcome to the clinical practice of Dr. Elrashidy. Cookies help us deliver our Services. Arthur J. Ting, M.D. Back when i used to be a mp3 bot for AOL giving away music. Ortho is less life and death, less serious. This is what I do. Part of why i do locums is to fulfill this niche need. Depending on the rotation you need to know/quickly learn anatomy. My father was a surgeon, practicing thoracic/abdominal surgery in New England. One of my good med school friends did neurosurg. This is private practice with all the limits in income self imposed. He received his MD at Rush University followed by a 5 year Orthopedic Surgery Residency at Northwestern in Chicago. As always, how much money you want to make depends on how you want to work. Welcome to /r/MedicalSchool: an international community for medical students. We invite all spine surgeon and specialist responses. Especially PMR interventionalists. But in smaller towns, this will become an issue. In the cities, it's not a big deal because there's enough super specialized surgeons to fill all the gaps. But if you HATE spine like I do, then your options are more limited. report. Orthopedic surgeon arrested, charged with possession of opioids with intent to deliver Coronavirus delays trial of spine surgeon who fled US after allegedly performing 500+ unnecessary surgeries Feds, surgical groups reach $77.2M settlement over allegedly illegal referral arrangement I am an orthopedic surgeon on the east coast. The fields are completely different. Ask Spine Surgeons is a weekly series of questions posed to spine surgeons around the country about clinical, business and policy issues affecting spine care. I’m on call and bored. Because you can always find someone in pain and sometimes take advantage of them. Gotta suck it up and push through. But more helpful would be if you "fit in" like the ortho bros. And that of course is program dependent. Posted by 6 years ago. of fractures. This is also a time when you reflect on how poor you are. The Surgeon’s Cut is a new four part documentary offering a glimpse into the world of surgery by telling the personal stories of four exceptional surgeons, which will stream on Netflix. It depends much more on career and circumstances. Just happened to get lost one day 3rd year during my peds surg rotation and drop into a peds ortho hardware removal case. So there's never an end to the fun. There will be an even greater shortage of ortho surgeons due to this phenomenon. Let me add an answer that is relevant, I believe, but from a slightly different perspective. Whenever I reviewed resident candidates I didn’t even look. 3-7% in practice and I believe 10-15% of residents are now female. Thoughts on mid-level encroachment? By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. This is also when you learn the most of ortho knowledge base and the curve is steep because med school does not prepare you for ortho. 99 votes, 201 comments. Because of that, we've created our own shortage. hide. Generally speaking you should know basic ortho trauma -- open fractures, ankle fractures, hip fractures, distal radius fx. However, research is NOT necessary for a fellowship, unlike say peds surg (gen surg fellowship). They make 1 mil prolly. Surgeons of Reddit: can you describe what your lifestyle is like out of residency? However these days theres alot more hospital employed surgeons. You said you're a PD. There will be a moment where you reach the singularity point and all that training comes together. I know surgeons working at Kaiser that work 35-40 hours a week and make 400k. get the supplies ready). There's a raging debate as to how much the OITE actually correlates with board pass rates. Whenever possible, our surgeons use minimally invasive surgery techniques to lessen the impact of tissue injury and provide your pet … Thus people often do work over 60+ hours a week because you're either all in or not making money. Let me explain. The 5 least healthy were general surgeons, psychiatrists, ob/gyns, pediatricians, and critical care physicians. Things have changed where no longer do you HAVE to work 60+ hours a week. Ortho is not exempt from this lol. In fact, we are designated as a Blue Distinction Center for Knee and Hip Replacement for demonstrating expertise in knee and hip replacement surgery (2016). The highest average number of procedures performed monthly (35) is by orthopedic surgeons in the 40 to 49 age bracket. You hit the nail on the head. Our surgeons have practiced in large university-based medical facilities and trauma centers. So we did a junior and a senior research project, but it was mostly a joke. One that i have never had before or since. The good is that you'll have a slightly better lifestyle. We'll also discuss how you can set yourself up for success early on if this is something you’re interested in. Our surgeons collaborate with every department across SAGE to ensure your pet has access to the most advanced medical and surgical care. Sure some will argue that that work get better results and what not, but like everything there's a limit. Edit: The idea that surgeons are too busy to reddit is hilarious. As a surgicalist, i work seven 24 hour shifts a month and get 23 days off, so my lifestyle i would argue is better than most. So this is your chance to do everything NOT in your fellowship so that when you're an attending, you don't forget the other stuff. Depends on the program. Residencies in orthopedic surgery take five years to complete, with applicants far outnumbering available slots. On the side i have a lot of different side hustles including IMES, case reviews, and even some locum work. I work 80-100 hours a week and still have plenty of time for hobbies and killing time on the internet. The minute i saw that shiny mallet, it was love at first sight. So surgeons of reddit, do you really work 80+ hours per week? And so, they have to receive many benefits to lead a comfortable, stress-free life. Now, we have a guy that operates on the left shoulder exclusively (/s). But when you are an attending you run the show so just tell them to go F off. Our program was academic, but didn't really focus on research. Also lifestyle angle, not sure I’ve met many lifestyle oriented neurosurgeons. I try not to be home after 6 ever so I can put my kids to bed and I don’t bring work home with me, Went to Albany Med. Orthopedic surgeons deal with the entire musculoskeletal system, from birth until our last breath of life. I think you should consider what you'll be doing besides spine in either. has been a practicing Orthopaedic Surgeon specializing in Sports Medicine for more than 38 years providing diagnosis and treatment of professional, collegiate and … If not it helps if the person is well known in the community. Is it more like, “oh that’s cute”, or is there any sort of respect at all? Housekeeping: Due to the way residency is structured, residents now are getting less hands on experience than ever. Hospital systems are also buying groups up -often times a group of aging surgeons looking to be bought out for a golden parachute or guys that can’t survive out in the wild. I'll try to edit stuff down the road. Don’t be weird at interview, How competitive are residency spots? Ortho. How hard do you want to work? we do that too. The proportion of surgeons who remain active past the age of 70 represented 5 percent of the total orthopedic workforce in 2006. And if you're talking about spine and back pain? They can be helpful and profitable in the office. no comments yet. Certain programs are more "bro" oriented, but that's changing. Orthopedists are a very healthy group, at least according to their self-reported scores. Did some research and published towards 4th year, but almost after the fact in terms of applications. Maybe a couple of hours of work a month. I think you can't really make any generalisation, other than life in the UK as a doctor isn't really all that terrible. In 5th year, this is where it all comes together. Press J to jump to the feed. There's plenty of consultants hitting 60-80 hour weeks, but there's probably also lots in the US. So we got treated like shit, but we also did a lot of surgery. It’s true for surgeons too because surgeons are also doctors. Not sure what your 2nd question is. In 3rd year, we had a bit of a reprieve and mostly did 3 month rotation blocks in hand, VA general, hand at county, and spine again. Surgeons 70 and older report performing an average of 19 procedures per month. And bone. Also, we have had many residents not AOA or had a Step 1 score below 230. I keep hearing stories of there being fewer and fewer private practices in existence and doctors being pushed back into hospitals, Also lots of people coming out of residency want to work for a hospital system because the starting salaries are higher - sometimes 500K or more, But usually after 2 years they move the goal posts and you hit a ceiling with your income and in the long run most private practice surgeons have higher incomes. We'll save it in our wiki for future reference! Okay, but how much do I need to be able to bench to be considered competitive? I don’t understand why people take their babies there in the weird videos I see on YouTube. The good side is once people figured you were ortho, you got more respect and residents tended to trust you more. Did you take DOs? Hoppenfelds for surgical approaches. Then 1–2 years of fellowship. News, current events, my dogs, working out/running. Bad day in the OR? Is this a common trend you see? Know where the reds, blues and yellows are. Dr. Viess is a native of San Mateo, CA and a graduate of Duke University. He earned his medical degree from Chicago Medical School, where he … I have friends with two, even three fellowships, which i think is insane. As a 2nd year, this is the feeling out period where the chief ortho residents decided whether you were worth something. The bad is that your surgical experience will suffer. Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts Session 19 Today, I'm going to do a deep dive into some match data for orthopedic surgery, which is known to be one of the more competitive specialties out there. Well, my perception of the neurosurgeon lifestyle is, unfortunately, mixed. Reddit's home for wholesome discussion related to pre-medical studies. Also, do you get the opportunity to teach or work in academia through a teaching hospital affiliation even though you work primarily in private practice? If you're taking care of lacs in the ED, be willing/able to sew it up. Some of the benefits of an Orthopedic surgeon is pointed out as follows: 78% of Health insurance. There is no way anyone is going to let them fix femurs and tibias so they don’t threaten my job security. Mostly I just love orthopedic Surgery so even when I’m not “working” I’m reading about it. skin/soft tissue? Hey all, I'm a current M3 and have narrowed down my specialty choice to three fields, with ortho being one of them. I’ve never been to one. Private practice is still the most common form of employment. Used to be one general ortho surgeon could do surgeries all over the body. Doesn't hurt to stay fit. Once you are an attending it’s all on you and you have to get things done. Do you guys have any questions about medicine, surgery, medical school, residency, fellowship, lifestyle, salary etc? You do the best you can so you can sleep at night with a good conscience. This was back before they mandated 6 months of it be strictly ortho, which is awesome for the new residents. How do most orthopods feel about PMR docs? Are you under constant stress? Now i'm in a larger city doing trauma related hospitalist/surgicalist gig. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. ... by surgery and I would hate to give up on my dream just because I was uninformed and afraid of what my future lifestyle might be like. Trauma surgery is intense. When we do BKAs and the like, we appreciate PM&R taking over from the rehab side of things. Try to learn the indications for the cases you're participating in. Misc: Board exams are 90% pass rate. Orthopedic surgeon lifestyle is not easy. Then 4 years in medical school. Hardly anyone turns away free eager labor, Final tip and most important. Original title: 굿 닥터. The good ol' days. There are still lots of private practice jobs, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. And the most intelligent questions are when you’ve already read up on it beforehand. There's a formula somewhere. Also Known As: Green Scalpel, Geurin Meseu, Green Mass. Close • Posted by just now. You can do as much or as little as you want. Ok the way your question is phrased hints that you think that it’s one or the other.... all orthopedic surgeons work AT a hospital. Rotations vary between programs, ours included ICU, vascular, cardiothoracic, urology among others. Yes women are definitely desired at most programs and it is now an asset to you if you are a female applicant. You're gonna have to learn to love the bone. This will vary with the program. Try to get in with someone who publishes a lot to get your name on a paper in JBJS. Topics ... and burnout. Grades honestly don’t matter -just don’t fail. This year I did ~500 operations, Sure message me and I’ll figure out if that works. Well, here is the straight poop on it from a guy who took call for orthopedics for over 30 years. However there are other academic programs where it's really focused on. Know anatomy -- deforming forces on fractures, reds, blues and yellows as above. Before you decide to become a surgeon, you should consider whether you want to study hard, work hard, make some sacrifices regarding your personal life, help people, and enjoy a rewarding but demanding career. I knew it. Ortho docs spend 4 years in college. Don't go MIA. My mother went there. Do you guys have any questions about medicine, surgery, medical school … Then 5 years as a resident, which is utter hell. Because that's going to be the majority of your life during residency. One of my favorite teachers in residency was a DO and he’s still kicking ass, Did you start out working in a hospital and if so would you recommend continuing to work there for your career or is it better to move to private practice? Ortho that’s hit or miss, but certainly not mandatory. I game a bit but that hobby is practically dead since I have a 1 year old now. Thank you for the post, I like your username. Nerves/CNS? Depending on the program, you should be mostly surgery heavy. If your rotation orientation said weeknight call goes until midnight, 2am, etc, don't watch the clock and peace out as soon as the clock strikes 12. Try to make the resident's life easier (i.e. Brain/cancer mostly, and they get a CUT in pay. But since i saw a derm post, we should be good. The short answer is, the best correlation is still STEP 1 scores and SAT/MCAT scores. Otherwise ... again for me it’s a no brainer. Learn how to splint well. I am especially asking about it in terms of publications and research involvement, Research is a necessary evil. One of my partners is a DO and he’s great. Thoughts on DO students in the match? Some are easier, some suck... 2nd/3rd year: Everyone's experiences will be different. What should I study coming into my SubI to really rock the rotation?? Six spine surgeons offer advice to medical residents who are considering taking up spine. So yeah, orthopaedic surgeons are busy....people break a ton of bones at 3 am on a saturday night. Private practice? Being an orthopedic surgeon is no simple task and therefore requires many hardships to reach in that very position. And this segment of pay i believe will likely increase in the future. Not OP but Handbook of fractures, Netter's orthopedic anatomy are good places to start, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the medicalschool community. We for the most part like that PM&R will do some of the needle stuff, but sometimes pain docs come across as milking the patient for money with a hundred shots (some of these notes have like trigger point, facet blocks, and a bunch of stuff that together seem questionable). But then i work my extra jobs because i'm bored, but that's a personal decision. It was middle of the road. On the downside, it's gen surg and it's intern year. Thus the fellowship heavy training, which leads to even less that residents do (as fellows do all the surgeries). Press J to jump to the feed. Out of control. I have spent 23 hours operating on one patient (and I am a fast surgeon) fixing 16 broken bones. microvascular repair? There is a whole art to the LOR including a lot of coded language in the letter itself, Research is becoming more important for applications unfortunately. If you wanna make over a million a year, you're probably going to work for it. Ask away, Work 4 days a week Monday Office 8-4 Tuesday OR usually done by 330 Wednesday OFF Thursday OR 830-5 or sometimes later Friday Office 8-4, Call is every sixth weekend and 4 week days a month, This is my 4th year in practice and I made 650K, Some of my partners make a million a year some make 400K. Definitely reduces some of the hesitancy I have to dive into a surgical specialty. Most neurosurg come out and go into spine. Have been out in practice for 4 years. When this next generation retires, the landscape of ortho will change even more. I can speak to a sample of 1, uncle, Jeff, who I’ve written about before: Handsome fellow, right? So what i'm saying is, you'll never go hungry. 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