Prof. Joo Han Oh, MD, PhD

Korea

Lecture Topic: MyPost-op Rehab & Return to Sports Criteria: Instability

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Professor & chairman in Department of OS, Seoul National University

Former President of Korean Shoulder and Elbow Society

Chairman of Medical Advisory Committee, Korean Baseball Organization & Korean Skating Organization 

Secretary General, 2016 13th ICSES

Basic Science Editor  of JSES

Editorial Board of AJSM 

Winner of 2013 Charles S Neer Award & 2016 NIRA in ORS 

More than 200 SCI papers as a first / corresponding author


Lecture: My Post-operative Rehabilitation & Return to Sports Criteria: Instability  

Abstract: 

Effective managements after shoulder instability surgery start with a thorough preoperative assessment for individual factors. Despite of differences in surgical techniques and rehabilitations, a progressive and multi-phase supervised physical therapy and rehabilitation program is general principle to return to sports. The early phases focus on allowing tissue healing and scar formation, and controlling the advancement of mobility. The later phases address the integration of strength to move toward previous sport activities. At least 6 months of rehabilitation is needed to reduce redislocation rate.