Cast Technician

Orthopedic technicians work directly with orthopedic doctors and surgeons in the treatment of bone and joint injuries. Principally, orthopedic technology involves the application and removal of casts, splints and braces. Be able to adjust crutches, walkers and other aids and provide instructions to patients in their use.

Responsibilities can include but are not limited to:

  • Apply, adjust and remove casts
  • Measure and fit patients for braces and other orthopedic devices
  • Assist Orthopedic Surgeon in reduction of fractures
  • Instruct patient in proper care of cast and splints, including walking with casts and boots
  • Instructing patients with the use of crutches and DME
  • Change dressing and care for wounds
  • Remove sutures, staples, etc.
  • Assist with aspirations, prepare injections (set up ultrasound)
  • Blood drawing for PRP injections (if certified)
  • Clean and stock patient exam and treatment rooms.
  • Order medical supplies and manage DME inventory
  • Assist in making follow-up appointments and consultation appointments with specialists for patients.
  • Adhere to established clinic/office policy and procedure directives
  • EMR documentation of services performed
  • Manage patient care flow by rooming patients in a timely manner, assuring x-rays are completed and informing physician when patient is ready to be seen.
  • Perform a broad spectrum of duties including pre-visit preparation, assisting with the patient visit, and post-visit duties
  • Perform other duties as required

Excellent customer service skills and ability to communicate in a courteous, pleasant and professional manner with patients, general public, staff members, outside agencies, and all other internal and external contacts.

Educational Requirement:

  • Completion of a recognized Orthopedic Technologists (OTC) program required
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience working with an Electronic Medical Record (EMR).
  • Preferred minimum 2 years Orthopedic Technician experience within an orthopedic practice
  • (or military technical medic training)

Full time: Monday- Friday – OSG

Evenings and Weekends Required – OrthoFast

Setting: Busy Orthopedic Medical Office and Orthopedic Walk-In Centers

Job Type: Full-time


  • Dressing Changes: 1 year (Preferred)
  • Medical Imaging: 1 year (Required)
  • Customer Service: 1 year (Required)

Procedure: 1 year (Preferred)

Qualified candidates should submit their resumes to:

OSG offers a pleasant professional work environment, competitive wages, and comprehensive benefits, including generous paid time off.

Orthopaedic Specialty Group, P.C., is an Equal Opportunity Employer