O&P residency in Tanzania

Student Corner: Lauren Kells and Meredith Roehrs

Following their didactic training, students in the Orthotics and Prosthetics Program in the School of Health Professions at Baylor are required to complete an 18-month residency, where they provide care to patients under the supervision of a preceptor. Students are able to explore residency opportunities around the world. For two students, that took them half…

Alex Dahinton with ROMP

Student Corner: Alex Dahinten

Alex Dahinten, a student in Baylor’s Orthotics and Prosthetics Program in the School of Allied Health Sciences, reflects on his training experience in Ecuador, where he (nearly) ascended the country’s highest active volcano with the nonprofit Range of Motion Project, and on his decision to enter the O&P field.