Orthopaedics, Traumatology & Rehabilitation

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The Department of Orthopaedics, Traumatology and Rehabilitation was set up in the year 2000 with only 3 lecturers. Since then it has grown and currently has 17 lecturers, 2 science officers, 3 medical laboratory technologists, 4 nurses, 1 occupational therapist, 3 physiotherapists, 1 medical assistant and 1 administration assistant.

Staff

Staff

The Department of Orthopaedic, Traumatology and Rehabilitation delivers a full range of sub-specialties dedicated to the health needs....Staff Directory

Courses

Courses

The Department is primarily involved in the teaching of the undergraduate programme through a major10 week posting in phase III (Year 4) of the medical programme... Read More

Activities

Activities

The in vivo implantation study of orthopaedic medical devices, hard tissue processing, soft tissue processing and biomechanical testing...Read More

Our motto denotes our commitment to be a leader in the basic orthopaedic sciences and also to develop a world class academic environment within the department. It is our aim to be a leading Orthopaedics Department within this region. This commitment is also reflected in our Vision. To achieve this Vision we have partaken 4 Mission statements that will help to give direction to the development of the Department’s activities, staff and facilities.

Masters Programmes

Masters Programs

This programme is divided into 4 years which allows progressive mastery of knowledge, skills and attitude, responsibilities and independence... Read More

Facilities

Facilities

The in vivo implantation study of orthopaedic medical devices, hard tissue processing, soft tissue processing and biomechanical testing...Read More

Research

Our Innovation

We encourage and facilitate staff to develop sub-specialties in an area of interest, including Spine Surgery, Arthroplasty, Sports Medicine, Arthroscopy...Read More