ASOP Moves Into New Offices!!!!

The nerve center of ASOP. The MAP


May 22nd, 2015, Seminole, FL    ASOP has moved into new spacious offices to accommodate its’ growing membership.   ASOP now has three fulltime employees to service the over 3500 members and 60+ casting workshops each year.  The new 1100 square foot office now can house membership, workshop planning and ROT certification all in one place. In the last 15 years, ASOP has grown into the largest organization for certifying orthopedic technologists in the US.    With our new certification solution to meet “meaningful use stage II” requirements we hope to grow to 5,000 members over the next 18 months.




Seminole, FL: ASOP will offer three levels of Orthopedic Allied Professional Certification for large orthopedic practices. Download brochure at   or click on the Tri-Level icon to the right. OT1  is for newly hired or current staff with less than one year orthopedic experience.  It requires passing of the online Orthopedic Allied Professional exam which is based…



CMS, Center for Medicare/Medicaid Services, now makes it mandatory for all allied health personnel to be “Credentialed” by a credentialing agency like ASOP or state licensed (RT, LPN, ATC, etc) to enter information and orders in the patient Electronic Health Records, EHR

See the video with Robert Anthony, Deputy Director, CMS.

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If you are not credentialed or licensed you are prevented from touching the EHR by the current CMS rules.   MA’s who are not “certified”, CMA’s, DO NOT meet this rule.  The ASOP Registered Orthopedic Technologist, ROT, DOES meet this new rule.   Now it is more important than ever to obtain and maintain your ROT certification.   If you are a CMA, RT, etc, your training or scope of practice does not include casting fractures.  By obtaining the ROT you will widen your scope of practice to include casting fractures and applying bracing and protect your future employment and your employer.


Essential Nutrients to Aid Fracture Repair

While a cast plays an essential role in the healing of broken bones, the importance of a well-balanced diet rich in those nutrients known to aid the repair of fractures should not be forgotten. This may not be an issue for many of the people who you provide casting for, but in seniors nutritional deficiencies are more…

Athletic Training Education Programs

ASOP ATE Program

Dear Athletic Training Program Director: On behalf of the National Board for Certification of Orthopedic Brace Technologists (NBCOBT), we would like to welcome your institution’s participation to further the career advancement for athletic trainers in orthopedics.  The NBCOBT invites your Athletic Training Program to be one of the first nationally recognized as an ASOP/NBCOBT Registered…