-->Redirection Code

Splinting & Casting I – Upper Extremity

In this fundamental course, students will learn how to successfully fabricate different forms of splints and casts for the upper extremity. Areas of study include nomenclature, anatomy, tissue healing and the splint making process, including pattern fabrication, equipment and materials needed, along with substitute methods to splinting. Students acquire the techniques and skills essential to creating and applying casts and splints using various casting and splinting material. Students will develop the knowledge of casting and splinting for fracture management and functional casting and splinting.

Splinting & Casting II – Lower Extremity

In this fundamental course, students will learn how to successfully fabricate different forms of splints and casts for the lower extremity. Areas of study include nomenclature, anatomy, tissue healing and the splint making process, including pattern fabrication, equipment and materials needed, along with substitute methods to splinting.

Is a Rewarding Career in Splinting & Casting I & II Right for You?

Take the "Westervelt College Splinting & Casting I & II Career Training Readiness" Quiz

The fun, online quiz takes 3 minutes to complete and you'll get a personalized report. Identify your strengths and social style plus the training and positions you're best suited for. Get your Splinting & Casting I & II Training Readiness Score Now!
westervelt logo symbol
full menu closer
Request Information Today!
form modal closer

If you have any general inquiries, please fill out this simple form and someone from our team will get back to you shortly!

Request info