Eugene Y. Roh
Sports medicine physiatrist
He serves as a team physician for many elite sports teams including Stanford varsity and Team USA during the Olympic games. He also acted as a medical director for international events including the world ice hockey championship.
Dr. Roh’s research interests include non-surgical treatment outcome including "regenerative medicine" and application of ultrasound to assess tendinopathy and other musculoskeletal injuries.
- Residency: MetroWest Medical Center Transitional Year (2007) MA
- Board Certification: Sports Medicine, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehab (2012)
- Residency: Stanford Hospital and Clinics (2010) CA
- Fellowship: Harvard Medical School MGH - Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital (2011) MA
- Medical Education: Yonsei University College Of Medicine (1999) South Korea
- Board Certification, Sports Medicine, American Board of PM&R, ABFM (2012)
- Board Certification, Musculoskeletal Ultrasound, ARDMS (American Registry for Diagnostic Medical Sonography) (2012)
- Board Certification: Physical Medicine and Rehab, American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehab (2011)
- Board Certification: Internal Medicine, American Board of Internal Medicine (2007)
Honors & Awards
- Arbor Free Clinic Chief Resident Award, Stanford University, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (2010)
- Best Teaching Award, Stanford PM&R (2016)
- Director, Stanford Musculoskeletal Sports Ultrasound Medicine Service (2011 - Present)
- Golden State Warriors, Consultant in Sports ultrasound and Orthobiologics injection treatment, Stanford University Sports Medicine (2014 - Present)
- Member and Venue Medical Officer, 2018 Winter Olympic Organizing Committee, Medical division (2016 - Present)
- SF 49ers, Consultant in Sports ultrasound and Orthobiologics injection treatment, Stanford University Sports Medicine (2013 - Present)
- Site Director, Residency Program PM&R, Stanford (2015 - Present)
- Team Physician, Stanford Athletic Department (2013 - Present)
- Team Physician, USOC Team USA for 2018 Olympic games (2017 - Present)
Atlas of Ultrasound-Guided Musculoskeletal Injections
Malanga, G., Mautner, K., & Roh, E. Y. (2013). Atlas of Ultrasound-Guided Musculoskeletal Injections. McGraw Hill Education.
The Relationship between Golf Swing Trunk Rotation Biomechanics and Low Back Pain in Golfers
Said, M., Johnson, E., & Roh, E. Y. (2013). The Relationship between Golf Swing Trunk Rotation Biomechanics and Low Back Pain in Golfers. Spineline, Sep Oct.
Poster 156 Synovial Osteochondromatosis as a Rare Cause of Hip Pain: A Case Report.
Pun, M., & Roh, E. Y. (2016). Poster 156 Synovial Osteochondromatosis as a Rare Cause of Hip Pain: A Case Report. PM & R : the Journal of Injury, Function, and Rehabilitation, 8(9S), S213-?
Use of F-18-sodium fluoride bone PET for disability evaluation in ankle trauma: a pilot study
Jeon, T. J., Kim, S., Park, J., Park, J. H., & Roh, E. Y. (2018). Use of F-18-sodium fluoride bone PET for disability evaluation in ankle trauma: a pilot study. BMC MEDICAL IMAGING, 18, 34.
Golf Swing Rotational Velocity: The Essential Follow-Through.
Steele, K. M., Roh, E. Y., Mahtani, G., Meister, D. W., Ladd, A. L., & Rose, J. (2018). Golf Swing Rotational Velocity: The Essential Follow-Through. Annals of Rehabilitation Medicine, 42(5), 713–21.
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