Ryosuke Kuroda, MD, PhD

Japan

Lecture Topic: 

  • Return to Sport after ACL Reconstruction

  • Double Bundle ACL Improves Rotational Instability

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Dr. Ryosuke Kuroda is a Professor & Chairman of Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kobe, Japan. He has been a scientific committee member of ISAKOS, board member of PF study group (2016-), and the vice president of ACL Study Group (2018-) 


Lecture: Return to Sport after ACL Reconstruction

Abstract:

More than 90% of studies did not use objective criteria to permit return to sports. Return-To Sports (RTS) decision making should include objective physical examination data, validated RTS (functional, psychological) testing, consideration of biological healing, contextual factors (type of sport, time of season, position, level of competition, etc.) and concomitant injuries. 


Lecture: Double Bundle ACL Improves Rotational Instability 

Abstract:

ACL consists of two primal functional bundles, and those two bundles play different functional roles and contribute differently to knee stability throughout the range of motion. I summarize the basic knowledge and current concepts of anatomic double-bundle ACL reconstruction using hamstrings tendons.