Ebina Chiropractic Center

Have you ever thought about your life without taking medicine or having an operation? My job as a Chiropractor is not only to focus on the cure for your illness but also to help make your body stronger and less susceptible to sickness. Chiropractics is a branch of the healing arts concerned with human health and disease processes. Chiropractics considers man as an integrated being, but give special attention to spinal mechanics, musculo-skeletal, neurological, vascular, nutritional, and environmental relationships.

In simple language, Chiropractics is preventative health care. Doctors of Chiropractics were early pioneers of holistic health care offering an alternative to medicine through management and treatment of health disorders by employing proper lifestyles, diet, nutritional therapies, exercise, and care of the spine and nervous system.

Upon your initial visit, I will evaluate your physical condition and administer a safe and comfortable treatment regime.

Chiropractic care is based on the scientific fact that your nervous system controls every system of your body. Your nervous system consists of the Brain, Spinal Cord, and the millions of nerves. Many everyday activities can cause these spinal bones to lose their normal position or motion. This can result in nervous system dysfunction and ultimately ill health.

The chiropractic approach to better health is to detect, reduce and help prevent nervous system dysfunction.

Doctor of Chiropractic:Maki Mitamura

Hours:10:00-19:00

Adress:1F 2-5-6,Kokubukita,Ebina city,Kanagawa,Japan

Tel.fax:046-234-4645

15min walk from Ebina station(Infront of Oyama clothes shop and near the Yayoi shrine) Or 7 min by bus from Ebina station.Bus number 6 (towards Sobudai station) Get off at Yayoijinjamae.

Examination Fee: 2700yen
Chiropractic treatment Fee: 4860yen
Ayurveda treatment Fee: 7560yen

We have Indian traditional oil massage and herbal steam bath

A Massage at the hands of a skilled practioner can be rejuvenating. Research shows massage has a physiological impact too. “A 2005 review of research studies involving massage therapy showed that massage consistently lowered levels of cortisol while increasing activity of pleasure-related brain chemicals in patients with a broad range of physical and psychological conditions. Massage also lowers blood pressure and heart rate and may enhance certain measures of immune function. A 2005 study showed that women with breast cancer who participated in massage therapy three times a week for five weeks showed more immune system activity and reported less depression, anxiety, and fatigue than the women who didn’t receive massages regularly. Some studies have found that massage is also beneficial in boosting the immune systems of people with HIV”. (Men’s Health Magazine) Whether it’s for therapeutic reasons or purely for pleasure, massage offers the comforts of a warm touch and release from muscle tension.