Master of Surgery (MS) Orthopedics
in Sanjay Gandhi Institute of Trauma and Orthopaedics, Bangalore
Course detail and Structure
Master of Surgery (MS) in Orthopedics is a 3 year postgraduate course pursued after an MBBS degree. The course is recognized by the Medical Council of India (MCI). The course teaches aspirants about the branch of surgery that deals with Chronic, Acute, Traumatic and other disorders of the musculoskeletal system. MS Orthopedics syllabus includes topics such as Basic Sciences and related Orthopaedics, Principles & Practice of Orthopaedic Diseases & Operative Orthopaedics, Traumatology, its related aspects and recent advances in Orthopaedics.
Master of Surgery (MS) in Orthopedics
Candidates must possess a recognized degree of MBBS with minimum 55% marks or higher from any college or university recognized by the Medical Council of India MCI (or its equivalent recognized degree).
Placement and Career
Job wise Analysis
An Orthopedic Surgeon treats diseases and injuries to the musculoskeletal system. Their duty is to diagnose and examine these injuries. An Orthopedic Surgeon supervises patient care. They provide non-surgical treatment to the patient and treat conditions such as fractures and dislocations, arthritis, muscles, and ligaments. They also choose to focus on general orthopedic surgery or choose a field of speciality such as specialty sports medicine, joint replacement, or a specific part of the body. Apart from this, an Orthopedic Surgeon also conducts health promotion programs and practice medical research.