Long-term effects of reconstructive surgery on breast cancer survivors

Drs. A. Lang (CCHSA) and S. Kim (Rehab Sciences) at the University of Saskatchewan are addressing effects of breast reconstruction on biomechanics and functional abilities to restore shoulder function in women with breast cancer after rehabilitative surgery.

Watch interview with Drs. A. Lang (CCHSA) and S. Kim (Rehab Sciences):


More information on the Ergonomics lab website: https://research-groups.usask.ca/ergolab/our-research/breast-reconstruction-biomechanics.php

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