Provides students with initial concentrated clinical experience in an orthopaedic office or hospital setting. Students will practice the skills they have learned in the classroom and lab on real orthopaedic patients under the direct supervision of an orthopaedic clinical supervisor and orthopaedic provider. Clinical placement will be provided by the program coordinator. Students enrolled in this course will be charged an $89 fee covering the cost of the radiation badge, which is required per state/national law and accreditation to monitor student rations dose. (Prerequisites: ORTH 101C, ORTH 103C, ORTH 108C, ORTH 113C, each with a grade of C or higher, and permission of the program coordinator; corequisites: ORTH 102C, ORTH 104C, ORTH 208C)