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Orthotic and Prosthetic Technicians

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A secondary education or certification is not required to become an orthotic and prosthetic technician, however, certification is highly recommended to become a competitive applicant. Currently, there are about 10 schools in the country that provide either a certification program or an associate's degree for those wishing to be orthotic and prosthetic technicians.

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