• 39 Citations
20122012
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Research Interests

Dr. Sarah Hwang is a Physiatrist specializing in Women’s Health Rehabilitation. She cares for women and men with pelvic pain, women with pregnancy related pain and postpartum musculoskeletal issues. She is the Director of the Women's Health Rehabilitation Program at Shirley Ryan AbilityLab. Dr. Hwang serves on the Program Planning Committee for the American Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation and is currently a Fellow in the Academy Leadership Program.

Training Experience

2009Internship, Lutheran General Hospital
2012Residency, Northwestern University, McGaw Medical Center (Northwestern Memorial Hospital)

Education/Academic qualification

MD, Southern Illinois University

… → 2008

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Hip Medicine & Life Sciences
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Research Output 2012 2012

  • 39 Citations
  • 2 Article
19 Citations (Scopus)

Calcaneal quantitative ultrasound compared with hip and femoral neck dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry in people with a spinal cord injury

Schnitzer, T. J., Wysocki, N. M., Barkema, D., Griffith, J. W., Lent, V., Romba, M., Welbel, R., Bhuva, S., Manyam, B. & Linn, S. K., Oct 1 2012, In : PM and R. 4, 10, p. 748-755 8 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Femur Neck
Spinal Cord Injuries
Hip
X-Rays
Bone Density
20 Citations (Scopus)

Role of Sex Hormones in the Development of Osteoarthritis

Linn, S., Murtaugh, B. & Casey, E., May 1 2012, In : PM and R. 4, 5 SUPPL.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Gonadal Steroid Hormones
Osteoarthritis
Sexual Development
Age Groups