309.662.7500

Won H. Jhee, M.D., FAAPMR

Specializing in comprehensive neuromusculoskeletal rehabilitation and electrodiagnostic medicine, Dr. Won Jhee brings over thirty years of clinical experience to Bloomington Rehabilitation Associates.

Dr. Jhee works together with his patients to identify underlying causes of disability and designs multi-modality treatment plans to nonsurgically maximize function and enhance quality of life.  Dr. Jhee gladly works with patients with debilitating, complex conditions ranging from stroke, spinal cord injury, and traumatic brain injury to low back pain and work injuries.

Dr. Jhee is a Diplomate of the American Board of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation.

Specialty Board Status

American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Diplomate
1979

American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine
Diplomate
1989

Academic Appointment

Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
University of Illinois College of Medicine at Chicago

• 1983-1992: Assistant Professor
• 1978-1982: Instructor

Special Practice Interest/Experience

Muscoluloskeletal Rehabilitation
Pain management
Electrodiagnostic Medicine

Professional Organizations

American Medical Association
Member

American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine
Member

Illinois Society of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Board Member

American Academy of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Fellow

Publications

Jhee, W.H. “Exercises and Rest” Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation: State of the Art Reviews
Vol. 5 No. 3, October 1991

Oryshkevich, RS; Wilcox, R.; Jhee, WH. “Cold Laser Treatment of Skin Ulcers” VA Practitioner
Vol. 4 No. 2, February 1987

Oryshkevich, RS; Wilcox, R.; Jhee, WH. “Polyneuropathy Due to Glue Exposure: Case Report and 16 Year Follow-up.” Archives Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Vol. 67, November, 1986

Jhee, WH.; Oryshkevich, RS; Wilcox, R.; “Severe Carpal Tunnel Syndrome with Sparing of Sensory Fibers” Orthopedic Review
Vol. 15, No. 2, February 1986

Oryshkevich, RS; Jhee, WH.; Wilcox, R.; “Sitting Orthosis for Patient with Bilateral Hip Disarticulation.” Archives Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Vol. 65, may 1984

Jhee, W.H. “Exercises and Rest” Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation: State of the Art Reviews
Vol. 5 No. 3 October 1991

Oryshkevich, RS; Wilcox, R.; Jhee, WH. “Cole Laser Treatment of Skin Ulcers” VA Practitioner
Vol. 4 No. 2, February 1987

Oryshkevich, RS; Wilcox, R.; Jhee, WH. “Polyneuropathy Due to Glue Exposure: Case Report
And 16 Year Follow-Up.” Archives Physical medicine & Rehabilitation Vol. 67,
November 1986

Jhee, WH.; Oryshkevich, RS; Wilcox, R. “Severe Carpal Tunnel Syndrome with Sparing of
Sensory Fibers” Orthopedic Review Vol. 15, No. 2, February 1986

Oryshkevich, RS; Jhee, WH; Wilcox, R; Coleman, D. “Sitting Orthosis for Patient with Bilateral
Hip Disarticulation.” Archive Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation. Vol. 65, May 1984.

Education

University of Illinois College of Medicine,
Chicago, IL

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Residency
1976-1978

Little Company of Mary Hospital,
Evergreen Park, IL
Norwegian-American Hospital, Chicago, IL

General Surgery
Residency
1973-1976

Norwegian-American Hospital, Chicago, IL
Rotating Internship
1972-1973

Yonsei University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea
Medical School
1964-1968

Yonsei University College of Liberal Arts & Science, Seoul, Korea
Pre-Medical Course
1962-1964