Profession medical prosthetic technician

Medical prosthetic technicians design, fit, service and repair medical devices and appliances following prescriptions or instructions established by a health professional. They may service a wide range of support instruments to correct physical medical or dental problems such as neck braces, orthopaedic splints, artificial limbs, hearing aides and arch supports.

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  • Social / Realistic
  • Investigative / Social
  • Realistic / Investigative

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