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Oct'17

Daisuke Tatara

Daisuke Tatara      多々良 大輔   I graduated from the Kawasaki Junior College of Rehabilitation in 1997. I used to engage in a physiotherapy for hemiplagia. after stroke. Lately I work at Fukuoka Shion Hospital and see people with orthopedic disorders like spine, knee or shoulder problems. I have learned about the Integrated System approach for several years and began assisting Diane on her courses in Japan in 2014. The theme which I’m most interested in is physiotherapy for spinal degenerative disease.   1997年に川崎リハビリテーション学院を卒業した後、脳卒中後の片麻痺に対する理学療法に携わり、現在は福岡志恩病院で脊椎、膝関節、肩関節における整形外科医療に従事しています。 これまで胸郭や骨盤,下肢,頭頸部・肩甲帯の統合システムモデルについて学んできました。最も興味があるのは成人脊椎変性疾患です。  

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Oct'17

Yasumitsu Umeda

Yasumitsu Umeda  梅田泰光 Yasumitsu qualified to be a junior ISM assistant in October 2017. I graduated from the Fukuoka International Medical Welfare College in 2004 and have been involved in physical therapy in the acute and recovery orthopedic field. I work for at Chikugo City Hospital in Fukuoka and see patients with degenerative diseases of knee joints, sports injuries and general trauma. I began taking courses with Diane Lee in 2007 and have studied all of the materials pertaining to the Integrated Systems Model. I enjoy providing the assessments and treatments tailored to each patient using the ISM approach.   2004年に福岡国際医療福祉学院を卒業し、急性期と回復期の整形外科領域の理学療法に携わってきました。現在は、福岡県にある筑後市立病院で、膝関節の変性疾患やスポーツ外傷、一般外傷に対する理学療法を行っています。2007年からDiane Lee 先生のコースを学び始め、これまで胸郭や骨盤,下肢,頭頸部・肩甲帯における統合システムアプローチを学んできました。これまで学んできた統合システムアプローチを用いて、患者個々に合わせた評価・治療を提供してきたいと考えています。

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Feb'15

Miwako Ishii

Miwako Ishii graduated from Tokyo Metropolitan College in 1994 and started her professional career as a physiotherapist at Eisei clinic in Tokyo. She worked in the field of orthopedics for 10 years, mostly patients with spinal disorders. She put her energy into researching 3D motion analysis of those patients and in 2005 received a master’s degree in Health Science from International University of Health and Welfare in Japan. She noticed that many of her female patients with lumobpelvic pain  also experienced urinary leakage, pelvic organ prolapse and/or constipation. Her journey and interest in women’s health care started from there. In order to further her career, Miwako moved to PhysioCenter, and in 2009 she founded Physiolink, a private practice, in Tokyo. She has completed the Series of the Integrated Systems Model approach, vascular drainage technique (DVTM by Jack de Mica) and visceral manipulation (VM1-4 with Barral Institute). Miwako enjoys assisting and encouraging people and …

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