Hospital for Special Surgery 2010 Resident and Fellow Research Presentations Award-Winning Abstracts
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The Lewis Clark Wagner Award in Orthopaedic Excellence
Recipient: Carolyn M. Hettrich, MD, MPH
The Role of Mechanical Load in Tendon to Bone Healing
Carolyn M. Hettrich, MD, MPH; Selom Gasinu, BS; Mark Stasiak, ME; Brandon S. Beamer, MD; Alice Fox, MS; Lilly Ying, DVM; Xiang-Hua Deng, MD; Scott A. Rodeo, MD
Structural failure after rotator cuff surgery has been reported as between 11% and 94%, with increased function in patients with intact rotator cuffs. Improved strength and long-term outcomes after rotator cuff repair are ultimately predicated upon successful tendon-to-bone healing.
Joint motion is commonly prescribed following tendon repair surgeries such as rotator cuff repairs; however, the ideal rehabilitation program to optimize tendon-to-bone healing is unknown. Prior studies have demonstrated the detrimental effects of immediate load, as well as both the detrimental and positive effects of immobilization; however, there is no literature to date describing the in vivo e ...
- Hospital for Special Surgery 2010 Resident and Fellow Research Presentations Award-Winning Abstracts
Volume 6, Issue 2 , pp 240-242
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