Find the cause of the pain, to find the cause of your pain and to help you take care of it in your daily life. and prescribe easy-to-understand treatments and exercises to help you take care of your pain in your daily life.
Symptoms vary from triangular bone disorder, arthritis, cartilage damage, ligament injuries, and external tibial disorder. The ankle joint is the most common of the major weight-bearing joints and is located closest to the ground.
It is the joint that is most susceptible to the effects of the ground, as well as the hip and knee joints. Therefore, there are various causes of ankle joint pain, and even a sprained ankle joint can be easily affected by the hip joint. In order to address the various causes of ankle joint pain, we provide treatment to the affected area as well as approaches outside the affected area (manual therapy and exercise therapy).
Most pain is caused by the shape of the foot, the imbalance between the calf and plantar muscles, the way one walks, and posture, rather than pain caused by the heel bone (osteophyte formation).
We recommend manual therapy for plantar fascia, ultrasound therapy, as well as insoles and exercise therapy with emphasis on improving posture and walking style.
Joint pain in the hands and fingers
There are various causes of pain including rheumatism. In addition to range of motion training and wrist joints for contractures and pain after fracture fixation or surgery, manual/exercise therapy and ultrasound therapy for the elbow and shoulder are performed. Ultrasound therapy and the use of orthotics are also available for tendonitis and other conditions as needed.
There are many different types of elbow pain, from inflammation within the joint and osteochondritis dissecans to tennis elbow and golf elbow, which have been painful for a long time. The cause of pain can vary from sports-specific movements to lifestyle, habits, and posture. We address various causes with manual therapy, exercise therapy, ultrasound therapy, and home exercises.
Shoulder dislocation, rotator cuff tear, rotator cuff inflammation, articular cartilage damage, biceps tendonitis, and other symptoms vary widely. Many people have frozen shoulder due to the above conditions. Posture and sports-specific movements are often the cause of this pain, and we offer a wide range of treatment options, from rehabilitation after shoulder surgery to manual therapy for arthritis, exercise therapy, ultrasound therapy, and home exercises to treat various symptoms.
Symptoms vary from anterior cruciate ligament tears and injuries, meniscus injuries, and ligamentous injuries to osteoarthritis, which are common in sports. The knee is located between the hip and ankle joints and is easily affected by both. Therefore, functional evaluation of the hip and ankle joints is essential to improve pain as well as pain in the affected area. We offer a wide range of services including manual therapy, exercise therapy, ultrasound therapy, and orthotics for ligament injuries, muscle injuries, and tendonitis, as well as rehabilitation after fractures, ligament reconstruction, and artificial joint replacement.
Patellofemoral joint injuries
Symptoms vary from plica, patellar instability, patellar tendonitis, and others. The main cause of pain is due to an imbalance in the position and movement of the knee plate (patella) in relation to the femur.
We evaluate where the imbalance is coming from, and then we focus on manual therapy and exercise therapy.
Hip Joint Pain
The hip joint is one of the joints with a very large degree of freedom in terms of range of motion. It is a joint that is subject to considerable stress in daily life, walking for long periods of time, jogging, and other activities. There are a variety of symptoms such as groin pain, labral damage, hip joint dislocation, and articular cartilage inflammation caused by daily life, posture, and differences in pelvic shape between men and women.
We provide rehabilitation for these various symptoms by focusing on manual therapy, exercise therapy, and home exercises based on functional assessment of joints, muscles, and posture.
Neck and back pain
Symptoms vary from pain caused by daily life, lifestyle, poor posture, environmental changes, etc. (nonspecific) to pain and numbness with specific factors such as disc herniation/degeneration, spinal canal stenosis, compression fractures, etc. Common to both nonspecific and specific factors are poor posture and poor function of each joint. We implement manual and exercise therapy to improve poor posture and joint mobilization
We provide rehabilitation services for post-stroke and Parkinson’s disease.
Our goal is to achieve a higher quality of daily life by focusing on manual and kinetic therapy.