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jarm 2016 annual meeting program
Contents
Message from the President of JARM 2016....................................S2
Venue Map..........................................................................................S4
Floor Guide.........................................................................................S6
ISPRM2016 and JARM 2016 Combined Program........................S10
Registration Information.................................................................S11
Schedule of Congress......................................................................S12
Programs...........................................................................................S26
Message from the President of JARM 2016 Congress President of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association
of Rehabilitation Medicine
Executive Vice President Graduate School of Medical Science
Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
Toshikazu KUBO, M.D., Ph.D.
It is a great honor for me to have been appointed President of the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Japanese
Association of Rehabilitation Medicine. The meeting will be held in the Kyoto International Conference Center
and Grand Prince Hotel Kyoto for the three days from Thursday, June 9 to Saturday, June 11, 2016.
As the Japanese population is increasingly aging, rehabilitation medicine have an ever more important role to
play, not only because the disabilities caused by a range of diseases are becoming ever more complex, but also in
the treatment of conditions such as locomotive syndrome and sarcopenia. The provision of safe, highly effective
rehabilitation medicine will be more important than ever before.
Given this situation, we have chosen “Tradition and Harmony for a Promising Future” as the main theme
of this meeting. “Tradition” entails learning basic knowledge and skills from our predecessors’ tracks, while
endeavoring to harmonize these through collaboration between different clinical fields and partnership between
different professions. Our theme embodies our desire to organize and incubate the wide range of fields that
support this academic discipline to enable them to make further strides.
The cover of this Program features Ogata Korin’s folding screen showing red and white plum blossoms (using
the painting of “Kobai-Zu”, red plum blossoms). A small, gently rippling stream winds along until it becomes a
great river, with a red plum tree in full bloom on its bank. It conveys the sense that the traditions that connect past
with present eventually become harmonized, and that this will generate the potential for great things to arise in
future.
We have planned a varied program for this meeting that will satisfy not only physiatrists but participants
from many other professions, including doctors in other specialties with links to rehabilitation, dentists, physical
therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, nurses, prosthetists and orthotists, social workers,
nutritionists, developers of advanced technology, and administrators.
The three days of the meeting will include 14 Special Lectures, including the Keynote Lecture on June 9 (day
1) by Dr. Masazumi Mizuma on the theme “Challenges of Rehabilitation Medicine in Japan.” We will hear lectures
on the subjects “Stroke rehabilitation; from acute stage to social living stage” (Dr. Akio Tsubahara), “Rehabilitation
for decreased functional mobility in a super-aged society” (Dr. Kozo Nakamura), “Pediatric Rehabilitation” (Dr.
Nobuhiko Haga), “The future prospects of prosthetics and orthotics” (Dr. Toyoko Asami), “Comprehensive
intensive inpatient rehabilitation” (Dr. Shigeru Sonoda), “Rehabilitation for patients with dementia” (Dr.
Izumi Kondo), “Paradigm shift of the medical supply system” (Dr. Hiroyuki Kodama), “Application of artificial
intelligence and big data” (Dr. Mitsuo Kawato), “Neurorehabilitation -Basic Principles, Clinical Applications
and Perspectives-” (Dr. Kazuhisa Domen), “Trends in the Administration on Rehabilitation Medicine in Japan”
(Dr. Hiroshi Maruyama), “How to revise Medical and Elderly care and Rehabilitation in Japan against Young
Generation Decrease” (Dr. Tai Takahashi), “Leading Edge of Innovative Cybernic System- HAL for Functional
Improvement Treatment-” (Dr. Yoshiyuki Sankai), “Expectation of rehabilitation robotics” (Dr. Eiichi Saitoh), and
“Medical issues and pathophysiology in paralympic athletes.” (Dr. Fumihiro Tajima). My own President’s Lecture
will have the title “Tradition and Harmony for a Promising Future in Rehabilitation.”
A joint international symposium with the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine World
Congress 2016(ISPRM 2016) in Malaysia will be held on June 9 (day 1) on the subject of “Stroke Rehabilitation
in Asian Countries.” The panelists will be five speakers from Malaysia, Thailand, India, South Korea, and Japan.
The afternoon’s Overseas Invited Lectures will be given by 11 world leaders in rehabilitation, including Dr. Jianan Li (current ISPRM President), Dr. Jorge Lains (ISPRM President-Elect), Dr. Zaliha Binti Omar (ISPRM 2016
President), and Dr. Carolina Schiappacasse (ISPRM 2017 President).
In the afternoon of June 10 (day 2), Mr. Tetsuo Yamaore, one of Japan’s foremost scholars of religion, will give
the Culture Lecture on “How to Live in a Hyper-Aging Society.” On the same afternoon, a Special Symposium
on “The Principles of Rehabilitation Medicine” will feature panel members Drs. Eiichi Saitoh, Fumihiro Tajima,
Makoto Ishikawa, Meigen Liu, and Masahiro Abo in a discussion of approaches to rehabilitation and the future
of clinical practice, training, and research. The meeting as a whole will include 44 symposia and panel discussion
sessions.
On June 11 (day 3), training instructor courses will be held on the subjects of infection control, medical ethics,
and medical safety, which are considered to be necessary for board-certified specialists.
The 86 Instructional Lectures offered over the three days of the meeting will enable participants to engage in
systematic learning on each theme in the same venue, from the basics to the most recent information. We have
requested leaders in their fields to speak on subjects as varied as basic science, assessment & evaluation, acute
phase rehabilitation, convalescent rehabilitation, life stages rehabilitation, stroke, locomotive organ, spinal cord
injury, pediatric rehabilitation, internal medicine and rehabilitation, cancer, nutrition management, therapeutic
exercise, prosthetics and orthotics, dysphagia, community healthcare system, athletic rehabilitation, and parasports.
Some of the Symposia and Educational Lectures will be held as joint events with the Japanese Orthopaedic
Association, the Japanese Society of Neurology, the Japan Neurosurgical Society, the Japan Stroke Society, the
Japanese Clinical Orthopaedic Association, the Japanese Society for Musculoskeletal Medicine, the Japanese
Society of Dysphagia Rehabilitation, the Japanese Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation, the Japanese Society
of Prosthetics and Orthotics, the Japanese Association for Rheumatism Rehabilitation, the Japan Para-Sports
Association, the Kaifuku-ki Rehabilitation Ward Association, the Japanese Physical Therapy Association, the
Japanese Association of Occupational Therapists, the Japanese Association of Speech-Language-Hearing
Therapists, and the Japanese Academy of Prosthetists and Orthotists.
Another 37 sponsored seminars (luncheon, morning, and evening seminars) are also planned, along with 12
hands-on demonstrations and other seminars.
We received a large number of submissions for general presentations from members of the Japanese
Association of Rehabilitation Medicine and professionals in rehabilitation-related fields, from which 1,014 and 814
presentations, respectively, have been selected. I hope that the resulting lively discussion will bear fruit in terms
of clinical practice and research in future.
The Exhibition welcomes participants from over 150 corporations, groups, and universities with links to
rehabilitation medicine. Exhibits in 7 areas including rehabilitation robots, drug therapy, biophysical stimulation,
prosthetics and orthotics, dysphagia and nutrition, long-term care and welfare, and pioneering rehabilitation for
the future will enable visitors to experience the breadth of rehabilitation and its future prospects.
Kyoto is a city with a history dating back 1,200 years, when the capital was relocated to Heian-kyo (the ancient
name for Kyoto). In relation to the history of medicine, in 1754 Toyo Yamawaki carried out dissections of the
human body and wrote Japan’s first anatomical textbook, the Zoshi (“Notes on the Viscera”), paving the way for
empirical medicine in Japan. Contemporary Kyoto continues to value “Tradition” in the form of traditional culture,
while inheriting an environment that takes this as the starting point for the creation of new cultures.
The fresh greenery makes June a lovely season to visit Kyoto. On the evening of June 10 (day 2), we will enjoy
a presentation and demonstration of ikebana (traditional flower arranging) by Ms. Senko Ikenobo, Headmaster
Designate of the Ikenobo School of Ikebana, on the theme “The Beauty of Ikebana that Makes the Most of Life:
Structure and Function.” After this, a special night viewing of Kiyomizu-dera Temple, a World Heritage Site, will
be held. I hope many of you will take this opportunity to refresh body and spirit through this encounter with
Kyoto culture.
I very much look forward to seeing many of you in Kyoto.
Venue Map
Subway Line
Kokusaikaikan station
Subway Gateway 4-2
Kyoto International
Conference Center
Grand Prince Hotel Kyoto
Kitayama
Kitaoji
Kinkakuji
Temple
Shimogamo-jinja
Shrine
Kuramaguchi
Subway Karasuma Line
Uzumasa
Sanin Line
Nijo
Nijojo
mae
Kyoto Prefectural
University of
Medicine
Ginkakuji
Temple
Kyoto
Imperial
Palace
Marutamachi
Heian-jingu Shrine
Subway Tozai Line
Karasuma
Oike
Higashiyama
Yamashina
Shijo
Tambaguchi
Nishioji
Nanzenji
Temple
Gojo
Nishi-Honganji
Temple
Kyoto
Station
Kiyomizu-dera
Temple
JR Tokaido Line
Access by air
Kansai International Airport
JR Haruka Airport
Express(75min.)
Rimousine bus(88min.)
Kyoto International
Conference Center
JR Kyoto station
Subway Karasuma Line
(20min.)
Osaka International
Airport(Itami)
Rimousine bus(55min.)
Grand Prince
Hotel Kyoto
Subway Line
Kokusaikaikan station
Subway Gateway 4-2
Access by rail
From Tokyo, Shinagawa
and Nagoya
JR Tokaido Shinkansen
From Kyushu and Chugoku
JR Sanyo Shinkansen
From Osaka and Kobe
Hankyu Kyoto Line
Karasuma station
Keihan Main Line
Sanjokeihan station
JR Kyoto station
Subway Karasuma Line
(From Kyoto station, 20min.;
from Shijo station, 16min.)
Subway Tozai Line & Karasuma Line
(From Sanjokeihan station, 20min.)
Kyoto International
Conference Center
Grand Prince
Hotel Kyoto
Subway Line
Kokusaikaikan station
Subway Gateway 4-2
ISPRM2016 and JARM 2016
Combined Program
Combined Symposium 1
June 9th, 8:25 ~ 10:25, Room 2
Chairpersons: Zaliha B. Omar, Malaysia
Kazuhisa Domen, Japan
Stroke Rehabilitation in Asian Countries.
Epidemiology, Medical System, Treatment and Outcome
1. Stroke Rehabilitation Ser vices in Public and Tertiar y Facilities in Malaysia
Lydia A. Latiff
Malaysian Association of Rehabilitation Physicians(MARP), Department of Rehabilitation
Medicine, University of Malaya, Malaysia
2. Experiences from “Thai Stroke Rehabilitation Registry”: the First Registry
of Stroke Rehabilitation in Thailand
Vilai Kuptniratsaikul
Rehabilitation Medicine Department, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University,
Thailand
3. Phenol Block in the Management of Spastic Foot Following Stroke
Shiv L. Yadav
Indian Association of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, India
4. Stroke Rehabilitation in Korea
Nam-Jong Paik
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Seoul
National Universtity Bundang Hospital, South Korea
5. Stroke Rehabilitation in Japan
Yuki Uchiyama
Depar tment of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sasayama Medical Center, Hyogo College of
Medicine, Japan
We are looking forward to see you in Kyoto at JARM 2016 !
Registrations for Overseas Participants
Only on-site registration is available at the Registration Desk in the Event
Hall at Kyoto International Conference Center (see Site Map)
Registration Time :
Thursday, June 9th
Friday, June 10th
Saturday, June 11th
7:00 - 18:30
7:00 - 18:00
7:00 - 16:00
Registration Fees:
Overseas JPY 20,000
•Only Doctors, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech-LanguageHearing Therapists, and Nurses, Prosthetists and Or thotists, who show the
certificate of their position at the registration desk, can participate in the meeting.
•A name tag and receipt for participants will be issued on-site.
•All congress registrants are required to wear their name tag in order to enter the
sessions and exhibition.
•Admission to Scientific Sessions, Exhibition, and Luncheon Seminars (sponsored).
Contact Details:
Secretariat of JARM 2016
E-mail: [email protected]
URL: www.congre.co.jp/jarm53/en/index.html
TEL: +81-6-6229-2561
FAX: +81-6-6229-2559
June 9th, 2016 Thursday
TIME
8:25-9:25
9:35-10:35
11:00-12:00
12:10-13:10
ROOM
Keynote
3
Instructional 1
14:30-15:30
15:40-16:40
16:50-17:50
18:00-19:00
TITLE
SPEAKER
Challenges of Rehabilitation Medicine in Japan
Masazumi Mizuma
Rehabilitation of the lower limbs after total joint arthropasty
Hiroshi Ito
Conservative Treatment for Osteoarthritis of the Knee
Shuichi Matsuda
CHAIRPERSON
Toshikazu Kubo
Hiromasa Miura
4
Instructional 6
Lower urinary tract dysfunction and the evaluation
Atsushi Sengoku
Morimasa Takahashi
5
Instructional 11
3D kinematics of human joints - The mistery complexed by the diversity
and the uniformity -
Kazuomi Sugamoto
Shoichi Ichimura
1
Special 1
Stroke rehabilitation; from acute stage to social living stage
Akio Tsubahara
3
Instructional 2
Rehabilitation for foot deformities in patients with rheumatoid arthritis
Hisateru Niki
Current Situations of Foot Care in Japan and Role of Rehabilitation
Yasuhito Tanaka
4
Instructional 7
Functions of the pharynx and larynx and clinical evaluation of them
Masamitsu Hyodo
Masanaga Yamawaki
5
Instructional 12
Principles and significance of physical fitness measures in patients
undergoing rehabilitation
Masahiro Kohzuki
Kenji Takagishi
1
President
Tradition and Harmony for a Promising Future in Rehabilitation
Toshikazu Kubo
Akio Tsubahara
1
Luncheon 1
Treatment strategy for upper limb hemiparesis Sequela of Stroke
Masahiro Abo
Kyozo Yonemoto
2
Luncheon 2
Takashi Higashiguchi
Toshikazu Yoshikawa
3
Luncheon 3
Nutritional Management for Cancer Patients
Robot-assisted neurorehabilitation for hemiplegic upper-extremity
Kazuhisa Domen
Eiichi Saitoh
Toshihiko
Yamashita
Kazuhisa Takahashi
Sakae Tanaka
Hiroaki Nakamura
Akio Kimura
Satoru Ozeki
4
Luncheon 4
Autologous bone marrow mesenchymal stem cell therapy for spinal cord
injury
5
Luncheon 5
Mechanisms of action and efficiency of bone anabolic drugs
6
Luncheon 6
TMS therapy: Current status and future directions
Wataru Kakuda
Katsuhiko Tachino
7
Luncheon 7
Multidisciplinary management for patients with rheumatoid arthritis
Isao Matsushita
Toshifumi Ozaki
8
Luncheon 8
Pathology of knee osteoarthritis:Abnormal knee motion and Current topics
of conservative treatment
Go Omori
Fuminori Kanaya
Luncheon 9
Kinematic of swallowing using dynamic CT Development of dysphagia
rehabilitation
Yoko Inamoto
Kazuomi Sugamoto
16
13:20-14:20
TYPE
1
18
Luncheon 10
Renal rehabilitation: Theory and Practice
Masahiro Kohzuki
Mitsuo Takei
1
International Invited 1
Chinese action plan to develop and implement the ICF Clinical Tool in
rehabilitation and health care
Jian-an Li
Masazumi Mizuma
2
International Invited 2
A New Smart AFO as an Ecological Gait Lab for spastic patients
Jorge Lains
Eiichi Saitoh
3
International Invited 6
The Importance of Exercise in Elderly
Walter R. Frontera
Masuo Senda
4
International Invited 7
Rehabilitation Robotics: From Analysis to Design to Assessment to
Intervention
Hermano I. Krebs
Yoichi Shimada
5
International Invited 8
Sharing best practice between spinal cord injury rehabilitation specialists
and applied sports scientists supporting the Paralympic athlete
Vicky Tolfrey
Etsuo Chosa
6
International Invited 9
Skeletal muscle and Exercise: Myokines, Inflammation and Metabolism
Bente K. Pedersen
Fumihiro Tajima
7
1
International Invited 10 Exercise for the Treatment and Recovery of Cancer Patients
Special 2
Rehabilitation for decreased functional mobility in a super-aged society
2
International Invited 3
Kerry S. Courneya
Ryuichi Saura
Kozo Nakamura
Keishi Marumo
Pioneering Rehabilitation Medicine Practice in a Developing Country: The
Malaysian Experience
Zaliha B. Omar
Masahiro Abo
Total Shoulder Arthroplasty and Its Rehabilitation
Eiji Itoi
Rehabilitation after Total Elbow Replacement
Fuminori Kanaya
3
Instructional 3
Kazuya Tamai
4
Instructional 8
Rehabilitation training fitting to the physical condition of children with
cerebral palsy
Yoshimi Asagai
Kenji Hachisuka
5
Instructional 13
Approach to the Function and the Evaluation of Peripheral Nerve
Naoki Wada
Yasutomo Okajima
16
Instructional 16
Assessment of Cognitive Dysfunction
Sumio Ishiai
Minoru Toyokura
1
Special 3
Pediatric Rehabilitation
Nobuhiko Haga
Yoshimi Asagai
2
International Invited 4
Training in upper limbs amputees is a crucial aspect of rehabilitation. PMR
doctors must master this training to be able to coach patients and rehab
teams
Carolina Schiappacasse Kazuomi Sugamoto
3
Instructional 4
Current status of imaging modalities for musculoskeletal organs
Hirotaka Kawano
Imaging diagnosis of lesions mimicking a bone tumor
Kenji Shirakura
4
Instructional 9
Treatment and Rehabilitation in Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery
Tetsuji Yamamoto
Wook-Cheol Kim
5
Instructional 14
Clinical Neurophysiology -Nerve Conduction Study-
Yoshihisa Masakado Akito Hayashi
16
Instructional 17
Clinical Aspects of Aphasia
Shu Watanabe
1
Special 4
2
International Invited 5
Hajime Sugiyama
Ichiro Miyai
Therapy for aphasics patients.
Keiko Endo
The future prospects of prosthetics and orthotics
Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy: New Frontiers
Toyoko Asami
Yoshihisa Masakado
Gitendra Uswatte
Kazuhisa Domen
Diagnosis and Treatment for Spinal Disorders-Today's Trend
Masashi Takaso
3
Instructional 5
Spinal Imaging Studies for Rehabilitation
Hideki Nagashima
4
Instructional 10
Higher brain dysfunction in pediatric patients
Keiji Hashimoto
Takashi Hiraoka
Functtion and Evaluation of Musculoskeletal System
Naoto Shiba
Kazuo Kaneko
Dysphagia Rehabilitation
Ichiro Fujishima
How to proceed dysphagia therapy
Chieko Kojima
5
Instructional 15
16
Instructional 18
16
Instructional 19
Rehabilitation for voice disorder: approach from respiratory and vocal tract
system
Behavioral Intervention for Voice Disorders by the Speech-LanguageHearing-Therapist
Masashi Neo
Mikoto Baba
Shigeru Hirano
Ryuichi Hirota
Osamu Shiromoto
June 10th, 2016 Friday
TIME
8:05-9:05
9:15-10:15
10:25-11:25
11:45-12:45
12:55-13:55
14:05-15:05
15:15-16:15
16:25-17:25
17:35-18:35
ROOM
TYPE
TITLE
SPEAKER
1
2
Special 5
Instructional 20
Comprehensive intensive inpatient rehabilitation
Cardiac Rehabilitation for Patients with Chronic Heart Failure
Functional Anatomy of the Hand
Rehabilitation after trauma of the hand
Genaral Statement of Pulmonary Rehabilitaion
Quality and Safety Management in Acute Phase Rehabilitation
Invitation to rehabilitation nutrition by the surgeon
Development of combination therapy based on Repetitive Facilitative
Exercise
Activity analysis approach by Occupational therapy
Rehabilitation for patients with dementia
Diagnosis and Exercise Therapy for the Throwing Shoulder
Our approach for the early return to sports activity of elite athletes with
foot and ankle disorders
Renal rehabilitation
Rehabilitation of Intensive Care Unit
Sarcopenia and Rehabiritation
Practical methods of evaluation and treatment for lower limb paralysis
Physical therapy for the truncal and lower limb dysfunction in hemiparetic
patients.
Paradigm shift of the medical supply system
Post-operative Rehabilitation after Sports Knee Injuries
The fracture treatments for the early rehabilitation
Application of coaching for patient education
Practical prescription and checkpoint of the Lower limb orthosis for stroke
patient
Check Points of Lower Limb Orthoses from the View Point of Orthotists
The True Nature of Nursing is Rehabilitation
Present state and task of Comprehensive inpatient Rehabilitation
(Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward)
Gait exercise and exercise assist robotics for hemiplegic patients
Space Medicine Study and Development of the Advanced Rehablitation
Device
Assessment and management of pain in knee osteoarthritis
The management for musculoskeletal pain to improve QOL of patients in
disaster stricken area
Treatment for spasticity in Rehabilitation
The new devices for promoting rehabilitation
Evidence-Based Approach to Treating Oropharyngeal Dysphagia
Dysphagia treatment update -find a way of evaluation and rehabilitationComplications and rehabilitation after hip surgery
Treatment of Insomnia in the Elderly
Well-being in a Super Aging Society
Physical and occupational therapy for the patients with cervical myelopathy
Surgical strategy for adult spinal deformity with osteoporosis -evaluation of
walking abilityPrinciple in Stroke Rehabilitation
Introduction to Rehabilitation in the Chronic Stage
The Leading Edge of Cancer Rehabilitation
Basic and Applied Rehabilitation for Musculoskeletal Diseases. -Diagnosis
and Therapeutic StrategyBasics and practice of the kinesitherapy of the shoulder
Application of artificial intelligence and big data
Surgical Treatment and Postoperative Rehabilitation for Lumbar Spinal
Canal Stenosis
Diagnosis and treatment strategy for lumbar disc herniation
Neuroimaging for stroke rehabilitation
The brace therapy in the maintenance phase rehabilitation
Rehabilitation for the Patients with Bone Metastasis
Evaluation and rehabilitation for restriction of range of joint motion
Therapy for the arms range of motion disorder
Standardization in Dysphagia Rehabilitatiom
Application and indication of bracing for disorders of the hip and lower
extremities in children
Disabilities and Handicaps in Patients with Skeletal Dysplasias
Outcome prediction for stroke patients
Rehabilitation of the At-home Person with Disability in Chronic Phase
Limb-salvage surgery and rehabilitation for bone and soft-tissue tumors
Principles of Muscle Strengthening Exercises
Muscle-strengthening exercise. foundation and clinical practice
The Role of Dentistry for Dysphagia Rehabilitation
Regeneration of articular cartilage damage with iPSC-derived cartilage
Regenerative medicine for spinal cord injury
Rehabilitation and Return to Work after Stroke
Screening of Candidate for Prosthetic Rehabilitation
Lower limb prosthetic components
The procedure, attention and possibility of the driving resumption for
persons with disabilities.
Basic Knowledge of Total Hip Arthroplasty
Current Pharmaceutical Strategy for RA treatment
Shigeru Sonoda
Shigeru Makita
Katsunori Inagaki
Akinori Sakai
Kozo Hanayama
Koichi Miyakoshi
Hideki Aragane
Megumi
Shimodozono
Shinichi Yamamoto
Izumi Kondo
Hiroaki Tsutsui
3
Instructional 23
4
5
6
Instructional 30
Instructional 37
Instructional 42
7
Instructional 47
1
Special 6
3
Instructional 24
4
5
6
Instructional 31
Instructional 38
Instructional 43
7
Instructional 48
1
Special 7
3
Instructional 25
4
Instructional 32
7
Instructional 49
16
Special 9
1
Luncheon 11
2
Luncheon 12
3
Luncheon 13
4
Luncheon 14
5
Luncheon 15
6
7
8
16
18
19
1
Luncheon 16
Luncheon 17
Luncheon 18
Luncheon 19
Luncheon 20
Luncheon 21
Culture
3
Instructional 26
4
5
6
Instructional 33
Instructional 39
Instructional 44
7
Instructional 50
1
Special 8
3
Instructional 27
4
5
6
Instructional 34
Instructional 40
Instructional 45
7
Instructional 51
2
Instructional 21
3
Instructional 28
4
5
6
Instructional 35
Instructional 41
Instructional 46
7
Instructional 52
2
Instructional 22
3
Instructional 29
4
Instructional 36
7
Instructional 53
16
Instructional 54
5
6
Evening 22
Evening 23
Tsukasa Kumai
Osamu Ito
Takeshi Nakamura
Masuo Senda
Kimitaka Hase
Kazu Amimoto
Hiroyuki Kodama
Yasuyuki Ishibashi
Masataka Uchino
Shinichi Izumi
Kunitsugu Kondo
CHAIRPERSON
Etsuo Chosa
Naoto Shiba
Hiroyuki Kato
Shinya Kimura
Hiroko Miyazaki
Shinsuke Katoh
Yoichiro Hashimoto
Kenji Shirakura
Toshihiko
Yamashita
Toshimitsu Suga
Satoru Ebihara
Toru Hasegawa
Kazuo Abe
Masahiro Kohzuki
Shinichi Yoshiya
Masami Akai
Katsushi Takeshita
Akinobu Sakamoto
Toshiko Ibe
Makoto Ishikawa
Makoto Ishikawa
Naoichi Chino
Eiichi Saitoh
Yasuo Mikami
Naoto Shiba
Masami Akai
Masahiko Ikeuchi
Hiroyuki Tsuchiya
Koji Kawai
Nobuyuki Tanaka
Kazushige Kobayashi
Koshiro Sawada
Russel A. Campbell
Seiko Shibata
Tetsuya Jinno
Sunao Uchida
Tetsuo Yamaore
Minoru Doita
Satoshi Miyano
Etsuo Chosa
Shuji Matsumoto
Takumi Ikeda
Masaaki Matsubara
Munehito Yoshida
Toshikazu Kubo
Yukihiro Matsuyama
Hitoshi Kagaya
Nobuo Matsusaka
Tetsuya Tsuji
Shinji Imai
Takashi Tachibana
Mitsuo Kawato
Morio Matsumoto
Hirotaka Haro
Kei Yamada
Miki Ohgushi
Yoshitada Sakai
Tetsuya Jinno
Kazuyuki Tasaki
Junko Fujitani
Ikuo Wada
Nobuhiko Haga
Tetsuo Koyama
Nobuyuki Kawate
Hiroyuki Tsuchiya
Eiichi Tsuda
Nobuhiro Kito
Koichiro Ueda
Noriyuki Tsumaki
Masaya Nakamura
Satoru Saeki
Takaaki Chin
Hiroshi Otsuka
Toshihiko Taguchi
Yukihiro Hara
Nobuo Takezawa
Katsunori Ikoma
Koichi Sairyo
Meigen Liu
Atsushi Okawa
Yasoichi Nakajima
Kazushige Kobayashi
Norio Kawahara
Tetuso Ikai
Mitsumasa Yoda
Masao Akagi
Takashi Mizushima
Kazuya Mizuochi
Kazuaki Tsuchiya
Munehcito Yoshida
Yoichiro Aoyagi
Masashi Yamazaki
Yoshihisa Masakado
Michiaki Takagi
Itaru Takehara
Hitoshi Nishimura
Tamon Kabata
Tsukasa Matsubara
Kengo Yamamoto
Naoki Ishiguro
June 11th, 2016 Saturday
TIME
ROOM
7:35-8:20
3
Morning 24
4
Morning 25
1
Special 10
2
Instructional 55
3
Instructional 58
4
Instructional 62
5
Instructional 68
6
Instructional 74
7
11
13
16
17
1
2
4
Instructional 78
Instructional 79
Instructional 80
Instructional 81
Board-certificated 1
Special 11
Instructional 56
Instructional 63
5
Instructional 69
6
Instructional 75
16
Instructional 82
17
Board-certificated 2
1
Special 12
2
Instructional 57
4
Instructional 64
5
6
16
1
Instructional 70
Instructional 76
Instructional 83
Boardcertificated 3
Luncheon 26
2
Luncheon 27
3
4
Luncheon 28
Luncheon 29
5
Luncheon 30
6
7
Luncheon 31
Luncheon 32
8
Luncheon 33
11
Luncheon 34
13
Luncheon 35
16
Luncheon 36
8:30-9:30
9:40-10:40
10:50-11:50
3
Instructional 59
4
5
16
Instructional 65
Instructional 71
Instructional 84
TITLE
Prolonging female healthy life expectancy through prevention of
fractures and falls
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy for Musculoskeletal disorders
Neurorehabilitation-Basic Principles, Clinical Applications and
PerspectivesJapanese Guideline for the management of Stroke - The current of
stroke rehabilitation
New information about the new medical specialist system and
rehabilitation medicine
The concept and practice of ICF
How to make the fall prevention team-Tips on making it fun and
creating a team that will lastRehabilitation at the time of Disaster -In the past 20 years and future 20
yearsHow to explain the cognitive function to patients and families
Application of chronobiology for locomotive rehabilitation
Robotic assessments of the upper limb function
Stroke Rehabilitation in Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward
Infection Prevention and Control Measures essential for Rehabilitation
Trends in the Administration on Rehabilitation Medicine in Japan
Frontier in prevention of non-cardiogenic stroke
Rehabilitation of persons with spinal cord injuries
Integrated Community Care and Collaboration in Medical Treatment,
Nursing, and Welfare
Athletic rehabilitation and deep trunk muscle function
Future Challenges facing Kaihukuki Rehabilitation Wards and Referral
system for Spinal Cord Injury
Ethical Considerations under Humanitarian Crisis: Power in
Beneficiaries and Aid Providers
How to revise Medical and Elderly care and Rehabilitation in Japan
against young generation decrease
Neurosurgeons expect Rehabilitation Medicine
Functional outcome and approach for spinal cord injury to prepare for
regenerative medicine
The future of the community-based rehabilitation
Kaatsu Training and Rehabilitation
Challenges of the Kaifukuki rehabilitation ward in acute care hospital
Non-technical skills for health care professions to improve team
performance and patient safety
Clinical Apprication of New Rehabilitation Equipments
Alzheimer's disease: diagnosis and treatment of dementia from the
viewpoint of rehabilitation
Osteoporosis Up-to-date: Denosumab is promising !
Current Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthrits : Clinical Dos and Don'ts
Motor learning approach to hemiparetic gait and orthotic gait
rehabilitation.
Development and Future perspective of Wearable IVES
How to use CPX in Cardiac Rehabilitation
Preventive Effects of Astaxanthin on Microcirculatory Dysfunction and
Fibrosis in Skeletal Muscle
Astaxanthin and Hippocampal Plasticity
The Medical Check for Wheelchair Athlete with Spinal Cord Injury
The medical check of upper extremity for wheel chair athletes
The Future and Status Quo of Botulinum Toxin Therapy for Spasticity
in the World
In vivo kinematics of total knee arthroplasty
Rehabilitation after total knee arthroplasty
Management of the low back pain and athletic rehabilitation for
athletes
Leading Edge of Innovative Cybernic System- HAL for Functional
Improvement Treatment Paradigm change in treatment of rheumatoid arthritis
Rehabilitation approach for the patients with rheumatoid arthritis
Clinical Managemnet of Urinary Tract in Spinal Cord Injury
Rehabilitation of neural intractable diseases
Management of spasticity on kaifukuki rehabilitaion ward
17
Instructor 1
How to write a medical article
Hitoshi Kagaya
1
Special 14
Eiichi Saitoh
3
Instructional 60
4
Instructional 66
5
Instructional 72
16
Instructional 85
17
Instructor 2
1
Special 15
Expectation of rehabilitation robotics
Pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment of osteoporosis - basic
knowledge for rehabilitation doctors
Osteoporosis and rehabilitation
Psychological approachi in rehabilitation
The Role of Swallowing Rehabilitation in the Integrated community
care system
Understanding and management of higher brain dysfunction
Social resources for higher brain dysfunction
Medical education and Residency program in Orthopaedic Surgery
Medical issues and pathophysiology in paralympic athletes.Physiatrists
should assist them.
Pain Management and Rehabilitation Medicine of Painful Bone
Metastases
Multidisciplinary approach for chronic low back pain
A perspective of spinal cord injury medicine, functional recovery and
health promotion.
The Medical and welfare system useful in the area, and its utilization
point
Application of EEG-based Brain Machine Interface to rehabilitation
medicine
Risk management in Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Wards
17
12:10-13:10
13:20-14:20
14:30-15:30
15:40-16:40
TYPE
17
Luncheon 37
1
Special 13
3
Instructional 61
4
Instructional 67
5
Instructional 73
6
Instructional 77
16
Instructional 86
SPEAKER
CHAIRPERSON
Hiroaki Ohta
Hiroshi Mizuta
Takashi Saisu
Norimasa Iwasaki
Kazuhisa Domen
Fumio Eto
Toshiyuki Fujiwara
Kazuo Minematsu
Toyoko Asami
Nobuhiko Haga
Masahiko Mukaino
Shinichi Izumi
Ikuko Aiba
Takuaki Yamamoto
Masao Tomioka
Tsuyoshi Mizujiri
Shinichiro Maeshima
Hiroyoshi Fujiwara
Yohei Otaka
Ichiro Miyai
Naohisa Fujita
Hiroshi Maruyama
Norihiro Suzuki
Kazunari Furusawa
Kenji Kagechika
Kanji Fukuda
Futoshi Wada
Kiyofumi Ohi
Katsunori Yoshinaga
Ryuichi Saura
Satoshi Ueno
Tetsutaro Yahata
Goro Ohsaka
Takashi Mitsuhashi
Koji Kaneoka
Shinichi Konno
Shigeo Oono
Shigeki Hashimoto
Nahoko Harada
Motoyuki Horii
Tai Takahashi
Yoshiyuki Watanabe
Shinji Nagahiro
Naoya Hashimoto
Osamu Yokoyama
Kazuhiro Chiba
Toshiyuki Ito
Yutaka Hiraizumi
Kazuyo Oguchi
Akio Tsubahara
Hideo Matsumoto
Yasumitsu Ukai
Kazue Nakajima
Kazuomi Sugamoto
Yoichi Shimada
Takayoshi Ueta
Sumio Ishiai
Tamotsu Nakatsuchi
Akihiro Sudo
Daisaku Tokunaga
Hideki Yoshikawa
Tomoyuki Saito
Kimitaka Hase
Toshihiko Taguchi
Yoshihiro Muraoka
Hitoshi Adachi
Motoyuki Horii
Hirokazu Shiraishi
Hidemi Fujino
Hideaki Soya
Yukihide Nishimura
Takahiro Ogawa
Takanobu Otsuka
Haruyasu
Nakashima
Ryuji Kaji
Toshiki Mizuno
Tetsuya Tomita
Naruhiko Nakae
Masaaki Mawatari
Koichi Sairyo
Hideo Matsumoto
Yoshiyuki Sankai
Masanori Nakagawa
Yutaka Inaba
Ryuichi Saura
Takatoshi Ogawa
Takayo Chuma
Hidekazu Sugawara
Hiroshi Hagino
Naoto Endo
Teruhito Furuichi
Kikuo Ota
Hiroshi Mizuta
Satoshi Ikeda
Fujiko Someya
Kiyohito Kakita
Megumi
Shimodozono
Shinichi Izumi
Yuji Yasunaga
Masatoshi Naito
Ichiro Fujishima
Takatsugu Okamoto
Wataru Kakuda
Yukiyo Fujii
Atsushi Okawa
Nobuhiko Haga
Fumihiro Tajima
Motohiro Kawasaki
Shoji Yabuki
Yasusuke Hirasawa
Hiroshi Tsumura
Toru Ogata
Yoshiharu Kato
Toshiya Imai
Nobuyuki Kawate
Tetsuo Ota
Hidenao Fukuyama
Susumu Watanabe
Masaaki Fujita
Symposium, Special Panel Discussion
June 9th, 2016 Thursday
TIME
ROOM
TYPE
TITLE
8:25-10:25
2
Symposium
Stroke Rehabilitation in Asian Countries. Epidemiology, Medical
System,Treatment and Outcome
8:25-10:25
16
Symposium
Personnel Training in the Rehabilitation Medicine
CHAIRPERSONS
Kazuhisa Domen
Zaliha B. Omar
Toyoko Asami
Naohisa Kikuchi
June 10th, 2016 Friday
TIME
ROOM
8:05-10:05
16
Symposium
TYPE
Role of Nurses in Rehabilitation Medicine
TITLE
Shinichiro Maeshima Toshiko Ibe
CHAIRPERSONS
9:15-11:15
2
Symposium
Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke
Toshiki Mizuno
Satoaki Matoba
10:25-11:25
5
Panel
Team Approach in Acute Phase Rehabilitation
Fumihito Kasai
Takeshi Nakamura
Akiko Sagara
10:25-11:25
6
Panel
Nutritious Support Team
Hidetaka
Wakabayashi
13:05-15:05
2
Symposium
New Strategy for Dysphagia Rehabilitaiton
Koichiro Ueda
Fumiko Oshima
Shigeru Sonoda
Kiyofumi Ohi
13:05-14:35
16
Symposium
Improvement in Quality of Convalescence Rehabilitation: from the
Viewpoint of the Therapists Committee
14:45-16:15
16
Symposium
Improvement in Quality of Convalescence Rehabilitation Ward:
Effective Use of the Evaluation by Japan Council for Quality Health
Care
Ichiro Miyai
Takatsugu Okamoto
15:15-17:05
1
Symposium
The Principles of Rehabilitation Medicine
Toshikazu Kubo
Masazumi Mizuma
16:25-17:25
5
Panel
Role of Physiatrist in Chronic Phase Rehabilitation
Toshiyuki Ito
Miki Ohgushi
16:25-17:25
6
Panel
Team Approach for Advanced Cancer Patients
Koichi Miyakoshi
Toshihiro
Tsurukawa
June 11th, 2016 Saturday
TIME
ROOM
TYPE
TITLE
CHAIRPERSONS
9:40-11:50
3
Symposium
Innovation in Locomotive Syndrome
Yukihide Iwamoto
Yuichi Hoshino
9:40-11:50
7
Symposium
Rehabilitation for Heart Failure
Yoichi Goto
Masahiro Kohzuki
9:40-11:40
11
Symposium
Introduction to Para-Sports
Tetsuo Suyama
Shusuke Kusano
9:40-11:40
13
Symposium
Capabilities of Prosthetist and Orthotist for Locomotion Activities in
Stroke Patients
Toyoko Asami
Koshiro Sawada
13:20-14:55
2
Symposium
Brain Rehabilitation: the current activities and the overview of future
developments
Naoya Hashimoto
Takashi Houri
13:20-15:30
6
Symposium
Examinations for Gait Disorder using Diagnostic Apparatus
Kenji Hachisuka
Norihide Itoh
13:20-14:50
7
Symposium
Contact point of Respiratory and Cardiovascular Rehabilitation
Shigeru Makita
Satoru Ebihara
13:20-14:50
11
Symposium
Opinions of Athletes and Staffs of Para-Sports
Yukihide Nishimura
Tomoyuki Ito
14:30-16:40
9
Symposium
RA Rehabilitation and Biological Agents
Ryuichi Saura
Tatsuya Hojo
15:05-16:40
2
Symposium
New Strategy of the Neurology for Rehabilitation
Ryosuke Takahashi
Toshiki Mizuno
15:10-16:40
7
Symposium
Rehabilitation for the Peripheral Artery Disease
Takanori Yasu
Hiroto Terashi
15:10-16:40
11
Symposium
Recruitment and Deveropment of Para-Athlete: Varieties of Disabilities Yasuyoshi Wadano
Hiroaki Kinoshita
Scientific Program
Day 1 (June 9th)
Room 1 (June 9th)
Keynote Lecture
8:25∼9:25
Chairperson/Toshikazu Kubo
Challenges of Rehabilitation Medicine in Japan
.... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Showa University School of Medicine, Japan Masazumi Mizuma.… S157
Special Lecture 1
9:35∼10:35
Chairperson/Akio Kimura
Stroke rehabilitation; from acute stage to social living stage
...............................................Kawasaki University of Medical Welfare, Kurashiki, Japan Akio Tsubahara.… S158
President Lecture
11:00∼12:00
Chairperson/Akio Tsubahara
Tradition and Harmony for a Promising Future in Rehabilitation
.................................................. Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan/Toshikazu Kubo.… S159
Luncheon Seminar 1
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Kyozo Yonemoto
Treatment strategy for upper limb hemiparesis Sequela of Stroke
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The Jikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan
Masahiro Abo.… S160
International Invited Lecture 1
13:20∼14:20
Chairperson/Masazumi Mizuma
Chinese action plan to develop and implement the ICF Clinical Tool in rehabilitation and health care
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, First Affiliated Hospital of Nanjing Medical University,
China Jian-An Li.… S161
Special Lecture 2
14:30∼15:30
Chairperson/Keishi Marumo
Rehabilitation for decreased functional mobility in a super-aged society
........................................................ National Rehabilitation Center, Tokorozawa, Japan Kozo Nakamura.… S162
Special Lecture 3
15:40∼16:40
Chairperson/Yoshimi Asagai
Pediatric Rehabilitation
............................................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine,
The University of Tokyo, Japan Nobuhiko Haga.… S163
Special Lecture 4
16:50∼17:50
Chairperson/Yoshihisa Masakado
The future prospects of prosthetics and orthotics
.....................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saga University Hospital, Saga, Japan Toyoko Asami.… S164
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Room 2 (June 9th)
Combined Symposium 1
8:25∼10:25
Chairpersons/Zaliha Binti Omar・Kazuhisa Domen
(ISPRM2016 Combined Program)
Stroke Rehabilitation in Asian Countries. Epidemiology, Medical System, Treatment and Outcome
1.Stroke Rehabilitation Services in Public and Tertiary Facilities in Malaysia
................................................................. Malaysian Association of Rehabilitation Physicians (MARP),
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Malaya, Malaysia Lydia Abdul Latif … S165
2.Experiences from“Thai Stroke Rehabilitation Registry”: the First Registry of Stroke
Rehabilitation in Thailand
......... Rehabilitation Medicine Department, Faculty of Medicine Siriraj Hospital, Mahidol University, Thailand
Vilai Kuptniratsaikul … S165
3.Phenol Block in the Management of Spastic Foot Following Stroke
..................................... Indian Association of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, India Shiv L. Yadav … S166
4.Stroke Rehabilitation in Korea
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Seoul National
Universtity Bundang Hospital, South Korea Nam-Jong Paik … S166
5.Stroke Rehabilitation in Japan
.................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sasayama Medical Center, Hyogo College of Medicine,
Hyogo, Japan Yuki Uchiyama … S167
Luncheon Seminar 2
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Toshikazu Yoshikawa
Nutritional Management for Cancer Patients
...........................Department of Surgery and Palliative Medicine, Fujita Health University School of Medicine,
Toyoake, Japan Takashi Higashiguchi.… S168
International Invited Lecture 2
13:20∼14:20
Chairperson/Eiichi Saitoh
A New Smart AFO as an Ecological Gait Lab for Spastic Patients
..................Centro de Medicina de Reabilitacao Regiao Centro, Hospital Rovisco Pais, Portugal Jorge Lains… S169
International Invited Lecture 3
14:30∼15:30
Chairperson/Masahiro Abo
Pioneering Rehabilitation Medicine Practice in a Developing Country: The Malaysian
Experience. ............................................................ Malaysian Association of Rehabilitation Physicians (MARP),
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Malaya, Malaysia Zaliha Binti Omar.… S170
International Invited Lecture 4
15:40∼16:40
Chairperson/Kazuomi Sugamoto
Training in Upper Limbs Amputees is a Crucial Aspect of Rehabilitation. PMR Doctors
must Master This Training to be able to Coach Patients and Rehab Teams
................................................ The Rehab Department of the British Hospital in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Carolina Schiappacasse … S171
International Invited Lecture 5
16:50∼17:50
Chairperson/Kazuhisa Domen
Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy: New Frontiers
.......................... The Division of Rehabilitation Psychology of the American Psychological Association, USA
Gitendra Uswatte … S172
―S27―
Room 3 (June 9th)
Instructional Lecture 1
8:25∼9:25
Chairperson/Hiromasa Miura
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Lower Extremity
1.Rehabilitation of the lower limbs after total joint arthropasty
.............. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Asahikawa Medical University, Asahikawa, Japan Hiroshi Ito.… S173
2.Conservative Treatment for Osteoarthritis of the Knee
......................................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Kyoto University, Japan Shuichi Matsuda.… S174
Instructional Lecture 2
9:35∼10:35
Chairperson/Satoru Ozeki
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Foot
1.Rehabilitation for foot deformities in patients with rheumatoid arthritis
............................................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, St Marianna University School of Medicine,
Kanagawa, Japan Hisateru Niki.… S175
2.Current Situations of Foot Care in Japan and Role of Rehabilitation
...............Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Nara Medical University, Kashihara, Japan Yasuhito Tanaka.… S175
Luncheon Seminar 3
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Eiichi Saitoh
Robot-assisted neurorehabilitation for hemiplegic upper-extremity
.......................................................... Hyogo College of Medicine, Nishinomiya, Japan Kazuhisa Domen.… S176
International Invited Lecture 6
13:20∼14:20
Chairperson/Masuo Senda
The Importance of Exercise in Elderly
........................................................................... Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and Rehabilitation Services,
Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee, USA Walter R. Frontera … S177
Instructional Lecture 3
14:30∼15:30
Chairperson/Kazuya Tamai
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Upper Extremity
1.Total Shoulder Arthroplasty and Its Rehabilitation
.............. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Tohoku University School of Medicine, Sendai, Japan Eiji Itoi.… S178
2.Rehabilitation after Total Elbow Replacement
........ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan Fuminori Kanaya.… S178
Instructional Lecture 4
15:40∼16:40
Chairperson/Kenji Shirakura
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Imaging
1.Current status of imaging modalities for musculoskeletal organs
........................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Teikyo University, Tokyo, Japan Hirotaka Kawano.… S179
2.Imaging diagnosis of lesions mimicking a bone tumor
...................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kagawa University, Kagawa, Japan Tetsuji Yamamoto.… S179
Instructional Lecture 5
16:50∼17:50
Chairperson/Masashi Neo
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Spine 1
1.Diagnosis and Treatment for Spinal Disorders-Today's Trend
..................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kitasato University, Kanagawa, Japan Masashi Takaso.… S180
2.Spinal Imaging Studies for Rehabilitation ......................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Tottori University, Yonago, Japan Hideki Nagashima.… S180
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Room 4 (June 9th)
Instructional Lecture 6
8:25∼9:25
Chairperson/Morimasa Takahashi
Lower urinary tract dysfunction and the evaluation
....................Department of Urology, Hyogo Rehabilitation Center Hospital, Kobe, Japan Atsushi Sengoku.… S181
Instructional Lecture 7
9:35∼10:35
Chairperson/Masanaga Yamawaki
(Joint Planning with Japanese Association of Speech -Language- Hearing Therapists)
Functions of the pharynx and larynx and clinical evaluation of them
............................ Department of Otolaryngology, Kochi Mecical School, Kochi, Japan Masamitsu Hyodo.… S182
Luncheon Seminar 4
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Kazuhisa Takahashi
Autologous bone marrow mesenchymal stem cell therapy for spinal cord injury
..................................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Sapporo Medical University School of Medicine,
.
Sapporo, Japan Toshihiko Yamashita… S183
International Invited Lecture 7
13:20∼14:20
Chairperson/Yoichi Shimada
Rehabilitation Robotics: From Analysis to Design to Assessment to Intervention
............................................................................................. Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Mechanical Engineering Dept., USA Hermano Igo Krebs … S184
Instructional Lecture 8
14:30∼15:30
Chairperson/Kenji Hachisuka
Rehabilitation training fitting to the physical condition of children with cerebral palsy
.......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shinano Handicapped Children's Hospital,
Nagano, Japan Yoshimi Asagai.… S185
Instructional Lecture 9
15:40∼16:40
Chairperson/Hajime Sugiyama
Treatment and Rehabilitation in Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery
.................................................................. Department of Orthopedics, Graduate School of Medical Science,
Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Wook-Cheol Kim.… S186
Instructional Lecture 10
16:50∼17:50
Chairperson/Takashi Hiraoka
Higher brain dysfunction in pediatric patients
.................................................................................... Hashimoto Clinic Kyodo, Japan Keiji Hashimoto.… S187
Room 5 (June 9th)
Instructional Lecture 11
8:25∼9:25
Chairperson/Shoichi Ichimura
3D kinematics of human joints - The mistery complexed by the diversity and the uniformity ................... Department of Orthopedic Biomaterial Science, Osaka University, Japan Sugamoto Kazuomi.… S188
Instructional Lecture 12
9:35∼10:35
Chairperson/Kenji Takagishi
Principles and significance of physical fitness measures in patients undergoing rehabilitation
................. Department of Internal Medicine and Rehabilitation Science, Tohoku University Graduate School of
Medicine, Sendai, Japan Masahiro Kohzuki.… S189
―S29―
Luncheon Seminar 5
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Hiroaki Nakamura
Mechanisms of action and efficiency of bone anabolic drugs
......................................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Tokyo,
.
Tokyo, Japan Sakae Tanaka… S190
International Invited Lecture 8
13:20∼14:20
Chairperson/Etsuo Chosa
Sharing best practice between spinal cord injury rehabilitation specialists and applied sports
scientists supporting the Paralympic athlete
....................................Professor of Applied Disability Sport, Loughborough University, UK Vicky Tolfrey.… S191
Instructional Lecture 13
14:30∼15:30
Chairperson/Yasutomo Okajima
Approach to the Function and the Evaluation of Peripheral Nerve
................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Gunma University Graduate School of Medicine,
.
Gunma, Japan Naoki Wada… S192
Instructional Lecture 14
15:40∼16:40
Chairperson/Akito Hayashi
Clinical Neurophysiology -Nerve Conduction Study
........................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokai University School of Medicine, Kanazawa, Japan
Yoshihisa Masakado.… S193
Instructional Lecture 15
16:50∼17:50
Chairperson/Kazuo Kaneko
Function and Evaluation of Musculoskeletal System
................. Department of Orthopaedics, Kurume University School of Medicine, Kurume City, Fukuoka, Japan
.
Naoto Shiba… S194
Room 6 (June 9th)
Panel Discussion
Dysphagia Rehabilitaiton 1
1-6-P1-1
1-6-P1-2
.
8:25∼9:25――― Chairpersons/Sonoko Nozaki・Hiroshi Suganuma
Verification of Sarcopenic dysphagia by Ultrasound
..................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kawasaki Medical School, Okayama, Japan Sayako Shimizu
Reliability and Validity of Evaluation System for Swallowing Function with 3D FG Vision Sensor
....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Keio University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan
Masahiro Tsujikawa
1-6-P1-3
Three-dimensional dynamic CT of upper esophageal sphincter function and hyolaryngeal displacement
...... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Fujita Health University School of Medicine, Japan Yoichiro Aoyagi
wallowing Status of patients with MSA using Neuromuscular disease Swallowing Status Scale
1-6-P1-4
S
(NdSSS)............... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, National Higashisaitama Hospital, Saitama, Japan
Ayako Wada
1-6-P1-5
Oral intake and findings of endoscopic evaluation after invasive artificial respiration
............................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hakodate Municipal Hospital, Hokkaido, Japan
Chieko Hasegawa
Aspiration and impaired cough reflex in Lewy body disease
1-6-P1-6
.......... Department of Neurology, National Center Hospital, National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry,
.
Tokyo, Japan Toshiyuki Yamamoto
―S30―
Management of Cognitive Dysfunction and Behavioral Disorders after Brain Damage
9:35∼10:35 ――― Chairpersons/Tetsuya Okazaki・Shiho Toyooka
1-6-P2-1
The continuous employment research of the persons with higher brain dysfunction
........................Higher Brain Dysfunction Support Center, Chiba Rehabilitation Center, Chiba, Japan Reiko Ohta
1-6-P2-2
Neuropsychological assessments and employment outcome in higher brain dysfunction due to TBI
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hokkaido University Hospital, Sapporo, Japan Yuki Iida
1-6-P2-3
Returning to school after brain injury in the traumatic brain injury model systems national database
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The Jikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan
Ryo Momosaki
1-6-P2-4
Association between social participation limitation and satisfaction in the traumatic brain injury
.............................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Matsusaka Chuo General Hospital, Mie, Japan
1-6-P2-5
1-6-P2-6
Yasunori Ozeki
Assessment for resumption of driving in patients with brain injury -the second report.............................................................................. Beppu Rehabilitation Center, Beppu, Japan Hironori Fujiwara
Work support for Persons with higher Brain Dysfunction in Medical Institution
.............................................................National Institute of Vocational Rehabilitation, Chiba, Japan Katsuo Taya
Luncheon Seminar 6
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Katsuhiko Tachino
TMS therapy: Current status and future directions
..................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Mita Hospital, International University of Health
.
and Welfare, Japan Wataru Kakuda… S195
International Invited Lecture 9
13:20∼14:20
Chairperson/Fumihiro Tajima
Skeletal Muscle and Exercise: Myokines, Inflammation and Metabolism
.............. Centre of Inflammation and Metabolism (CIM)and Centre for Physical Activity Research (CFAS),
Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen, Denmark Bente Klarlund Pedersen … S196
Panel Discussion
Dysphagia Rehabilitaiton 2
14:30∼15:30―― Chairpersons/Takashi Mizushima・Hideki Konishi
1-6-P3-1
Short- and long-term effects of tDCS on severe dysphagia in chronic stroke
1-6-P3-2
Effects on swallowing rehabilitation on patients after stroke
1-6-P3-3
Predictive Factors to Eating Ability of Dysphagic Stroke Patients with Tube Feeding
.............Department of rehabilitation, Japanese red cross Kyoto Daiichi hospital, Kyoto, Japan Fumiko Oshima
...................................................... Rehabilitation Amakusa Hospital, Kosigaya, Saitama, Japan Yuko Akimoto
.............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine & Neurosurgery, Takenozuka Nohsinkei Rehabilitation
Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Mitsusuke Miyagami
Swallowing Function concerns with Motor Function and Cognitive Function in Elderly peoples
...............Department of Orthopaedics, Kaisei Hospital, Sakaide City, Kagawa Prefecture, Japan Tetsuki Morita
1-6-P3-5
Difficulties of Elderly Patients Taking Medicine: Drug Remnants in the Oropharyngeal Cavity
............................................................................ Hyogo University of Health Science, Japan Sonoko Nozaki
1-6-P3-6
Clinical course of post stroke dysphagia in Intensive Rehabilitation ward.
1-6-P3-4
.......... Department of Liaison Physical Meddicine and Rehabilitation, Fujita Health University, Mie, Japan
Hideto Okazaki
Convalescent Rehabilitaiton 1 15:40∼16:40――――――Chairpersons/Seiji Nonami・Yuichi Umezu
1-6-P4-1
Effect of Rehabilitation for super eldery patients over 85years old
.......... Department of Rehabilitation, Izumo citizen Rehabilitation Hospital, Shimane, Japan Yoshiaki Yamamoto
1-6-P4-2
The rehabilitation effect for elderly people over 90 age in rehabilitation hospital.
.................................................................................... Harajuku Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Taro Hino
1-6-P4-3
Rehabilitation outcome among the oldest old patients with subacute stroke as assessed with FIM gain.
................................................................................ Tokyo Bay Rehabilitation Hospital, Chiba, Japan Mabu Suda
1-6-P4-4
A study of critically ill patients in convalescent rehabilitaion hospitals
...................................................................... Funabashi Municipal Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Saeko Kikuchi
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1-6-P4-5
Functional prognosis of patients with stroke in our rehabilitation units obtained by Ohara big data
.............................................................................Kyoto Oohara Memorial Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Hiroshi Urabe
The influence of the inhibitory factor to the Stroke recovery
1-6-P4-6
.................................................... Fujita Health University Nanakuri Memorial Hospital, Japan Sayaka Okamoto
Convalescent Rehabilitaiton 2 16:50∼17:50――― Chairpersons/Tomomitsu Kotake・Kenshaku Tei
1-6-P5-1
Necessity of board certified doctor for rehabilitation medicine in Kaifukuki rehabilitation ward
1-6-P5-2
Concurrent validity of two ICF core sets for stroke patients in Japanese rehabilitation wards
1-6-P5-3
FIM Efficiency and Nutritional Status; Monitoring with CONUT in Patients After Cerebral Infarction.
1-6-P5-4
Family support program using Flow-FIM
1-6-P5-5
FIM factors for home dischage in hospitalized stroke patients. -Propensity Score-Matched Analysis-
1-6-P5-6
Prevalence and risk factors of sarcopenia in convalescent rehabilitation
.....................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nakazu-Yagi Hospital, Tokushima, Japan Hiromitsu Kurata
................................................................Nishi-Hiroshima Rehabilitation Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Shoji Kinoshita
............ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Ibaraki Prefectural University of Health Sciences, Ibaraki,
Japan Hiroshi Kishimoto
.............................................. Rehabilitation Center, Kizankai Memorial Hospital, Nagano, Japan Yasuhiro Shimizu
...............................Department of Rehabilitation, Aijinkai Rehabilitation Hospital, Takatsuki, Japan Ichiro Sunada
.............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kumamoto Rehabilitation Hospital, Kumamoto,
Japan Yoshihiro Yoshimura
Room 7 (June 9th)
Oral Presentation
Spasticity 1
8:25∼9:25 ――――――――Chairperson/Manabu Seki
1-7-1-1
Device of Botulinum guided used ultrasound
............................................................................................. Nagamachi hospital, Sendai, Miyagi, Japan Rina Abe
1-7-1-2
Masculocutaneous neurotomy and Botulinum toxin injection for the upper limb spasticity
.................................. Department of Neurosurgery, TokyoTakanawa Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Nobuhiko Takeda
1-7-1-3
Gait analysis of hemiplegic patients for evaluating the effectiveness of botulinum toxin therapy
........................................................................ Kyoto Ohara Memorial Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Megumi Yokozeki
1-7-1-4
Systemic and chronological analysis of spasticity in patients with stroke
................................................................... Tane Neuro-Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Yoshinobu Okuda
1-7-1-5
Effect of functional changes immediately after botulinum toxin injection for stroke patients
................................................................................................ Fukuoka Mirai Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Taiji Oda
1-7-1-6
Pattern analysis and the botulinum toxin-A treatment of spasticity of the fingers after stroke
.............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kumamoto Takumadai Rehabilitation Hospital,
Kumamoto, Japan Kenshi Obaru
1-7-1-7
The Treatment Strategy of Children with Spasticity at Okinawa Prefectural Children's Hospital
........Okinawa Prefectural Nanbu Medical Center and Children's Medical Center, Okinawa, Japan Takashi Asato
Spasticity 2
9:35∼10:35 ――――――― Chairperson/Yutaka Maeno
1-7-2-1
A case of stroke with aphasia showing restlesness whitch improved after the BoNT-A injection
1-7-2-2
Intrathecal Baclofen Therapy for severe spasticity
1-7-2-3
Modifying the orthosis after botulinum toxin therapy of lower limb in a patient with hemiplegia
1-7-2-4
The trial of "rehabili-gassyuku " after Boturinum toxin therapy, a case report.
1-7-2-5
Botulinum toxin effects on finger pressure sores
1-7-2-6
Botulinum toxin treatment for equinovarus deformity improved walking ability of rett syndrome
1-7-2-7
ITB pump implantation for cerebral palsy patients with severe scoliosis. Three cases report
........................................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Rakusai Shimizu Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Jun Saito
....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tonami General Hospital, Tonami, Japan Yasutaka Takagi
...................................................... Department of Rehabilitation of Medicine, University of Occupational and
Environmental Health, Japan Mari Yoshikawa
................................................................................. Seiryou rehabilitation hospital, Shizuoka, Japan Yukiko Igarashi
................................................ Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Senri Chuo Hospital, Osaka Japan Yoshi Fujita
..................................................Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Senri Chuo hospital, Osaka, Japan Yoshi Fujita
.................................................. Department of Neurosurgey, University of Fukui, Fukui, Japan Hidetaka Arishima
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1-7-2-8
Effect of oral baclofen on spasticity with ankle
................................................................. Fujita Health University, Nanakuri sanatoriumu, Mie, Japan Shiho Mizuno
Luncheon Seminar 7
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Toshifumi Ozaki
Multidisciplinary management for patients with rheumatoid arthritis
.................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Toyama, Toyama, Japan Isao Matsushita.… S197
International Invited Lecture 10
13:20∼14:20
Chairperson/Ryuichi Saura
Exercise for the Treatment and Recovery of Cancer Patients
............................... Behavioural Medicine Laboratory, Canada Research Chair in Physical Activity and Cancer,
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada Kerry S. Courneya.… S198
Panel Discussion
Treatment, Evaluation and Rehabilitaiton of Spasticity 1
14:30∼15:30――― Chairpersons/Naoshi Ogata・Toshiaki Furukawa
1-7-P3-1
Dual therapy with botulinum toxin A and EMG-FES on active function in the spastic paretic hand
........................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nippon Medical School, Tokyo, Japan Mayo Tsuchiya
1-7-P3-2
Addition of Botulinum Toxin A to a RFE Program for Upper Paretic Limb in Chronic Stroke
.... Department of Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine, Kagoshima University Graduate School
of Medical and Dental Sciences, Kagoshima, Japan Akihiko Hokazono
1-7-P3-3
Effect of botulinum toxin therapy on gait in chronic stroke patient
............. Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Asahikawa Medical University, Asahikawa,
Japan Tetsuo Ota
1-7-P3-4
Evaluation of gait in stroke patients after the therapy of Botulinum toxin type A
1-7-P3-5
Intensive Rhabilitation following Botulinum Therapy for Lower Limb Spasticity with Chronic Stroke
1-7-P3-6
Botulinum toxin therapy for spastic paraplegia patient by spinal cord injury
................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Showa University, Tokyo, Japan Nobuyuki Kawate
.................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Occupational and Environmental Health,
Kitakyushu, Japan Yasuyuki Matsushima
................... Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yokohama City University Medical Center, Kanagawa, Japan
Naohisa Kikuchi
Orthotics and Rehabilitaiton
15:40∼16:40――― Chairpersons/Toshiro Okagawa・Makio Yamaga
1-7-P4-1
Development of general use cheap lower-limb weight bearing orthosis
................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hospital of Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan Shintarou Seki
1-7-P4-2
Use of dynamic spinal brace in the management of neuromuscular scoliosis
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sapporo Medical University, Sapporo, Japan Megumi Toki
1-7-P4-3
Clinical application of our original cervico-thoracic brace, MACSFIT, preliminary report
1-7-P4-4
Effect of the function of Ankle-Foot-Orthosis on the gait of stroke patients in recovery phase
1-7-P4-5
Conservative treatment of Perthes disease by a new pogo-stick orthosis
1-7-P4-6
University of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Yoshinobu Oka
Exploration of lower extremity orthotic therapy after stroke
.........Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nachikatsuura Onsen Hospital, Wakayama, Japan Izumi Yoshioka
........................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Shiga University of Medical Science, Otsu, Japan Kanji Mori
.......................... Graduate School, International University of Health & Welfare, Tokyo, Japan Sumiko Yamamoto
.................................. Department of Orthopaedics, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural
Team Approach
16:50∼17:50 ―――― Chairpersons/Keiichi Tashiro・Yoshinori Kawakami
1-7-P5-1
The vocational value of the American rehabilitation engagement work by principal component analysis
1-7-P5-2
Recognition survey of Rehabilitation in our hospital
1-7-P5-3
Presentation of " hospital day care " and " Otasuke (your help) call" in our acute care hospital
.......... Department of orthopedics (Toride area clinical education station), University of Tsukuba Hospital,
Ibaragi, Japan Yuichi Shinoda
..................................................... Makita general hospital Kamata branch hospital, Tokyo, Japan Akane Yamashita
.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, NTT Medical Center Tokyo, Japan Toshimitsu Inagawa
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1-7-P5-4
The effect of physical therapist assignment to the critical care and emergency center
................Department of Physical Rehabilitation Medicine, National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry,
Tokyo, Japan Satoshi Endo
1-7-P5-5
Effect of Assignment to Physical Therapist in Acute Ward
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Japan Community Health Organization, Chukyo Hospital,
1-7-P5-6
Nagoya, Japan Fumi Toda
Falls-prevention and Rehabilitation
........................... Department of Rehabilitation, Shiga University of Medical Science, Otsu, Japan Taku Kawasaki
Room 8 (June 9th)
Oral Presentation
Assessment & Evaluation 1
8:25∼9:25 ―――――― Chairperson/Shigehiro Inoue
1-8-1-1
Correlation of the bone turnover marker TRACP-5b and section modulus in Hip Structural Analysis
.............. Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine, Kobe, Japan
Hanako Nishimoto
1-8-1-2
Assessment of body composition by bioaelectrical impedance analysis method in convalescent patinets
..........................Department of Rehabilitation, Hatsudai rehabilitation hospital, Tokyo, Japan Atsushi Watanabe
1-8-1-3
EEG phase synchrony of sensorimotor area reflects upper limb motor function after stroke.
................................... Neurorehabilitation Research Institute, Morinomiya Hospital, Osaka, Japan Teiji Kawano
1-8-1-4
Electromyographical analysis of gluteus minimus while gait in health subjects
.................................................. Rehabilitation center, Kochi Medical School Hospital, Japan Yusuke Murofushi
1-8-1-5
Spectral electromyographic fatigue analysis of quadriceps femoris muscles
........................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama medical Univercity, Wakayama, Japan
Kazuya Ishida
1-8-1-6
Degeneration of the spinal muscle is the most associated factor with the spinal sagittal imbalance.
............................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, Japan
Hiroshi Hashizume
1-8-1-7
Fall risk of cervical myelopathy -using new gait analysis method ...................................... Department of orthopedic surgery, Tokyo medical university, Tokyo, Japan Taro Nagai
Assessment & Evaluation 2
1-8-2-1
9:35∼10:35 ―――― Chairperson/Katsuro Furumachi
The assessment of 3-D bone microstructure in immobilized osteopenia rat using micro CT
........................................ Department of Locomotive Rehabilitation Science, Unit of Rehabilitation sciences,
Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Japan Hironobu Koseki
1-8-2-2
Change of Muscle Volume after Severe Traumatic Brain Injury
........................................................................... NASVA Okayama Ryogo Center, Okayama, Japan Chiho Honda
1-8-2-3
Quantitative Analysis of Shoulder External Rotator Muscle Strength after Cervical Laminoplasty
........................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Japanese Red Cross Nagoya First Hospital, Nagoya,
1-8-2-4
Japan Hidenori Inoue
The efficacy of elbow position on grip strength and range of motion of the wrist
........................................ Department of Locomotive Rehabilitation Science, Unit of Rehabilitation sciences,
Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Japan Hironobu Koseki
1-8-2-5
The effect of aerobic exercise with antigravity treadmill for patient with lower limb osteoarthritis
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hiroshima University Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Yukio Mikami
1-8-2-6
Reliability of Biomonitoring using Earlobe-type Pulse Oximeter.
............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University,
Toyoake, Aichi, Japan Ryoko Akahori
Luncheon Seminar 8
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Fuminori Kanaya
Pathology of knee osteoarthritis Abnormal knee motion and Current topics of conservative
treatment
..................... Department of Sports and Health, Faculty of Health and Science, Niigata University of Health and
Welfare, Japan Go Omori.… S199
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Oral Presentation
Rehabilitation Robotics 1
14:30∼15:30――――――― Chairperson/Kenichi Ozaki
1-8-3-1
Gaite assise rehabilitation for the cerebral palsy patiene of convalescent phase: a clinical case report
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sasayama Medical Center Hyogo College of Medicine,
Hyogo, Japan Kazuko Takahashi
1-8-3-2
The impact of GEAR on muscle activity of stroke patients
............................................................................... Hatsudai Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Ryosuke Fujii
1-8-3-3
A locomotive attenuation case of chronic ICH after continuous ambulation exercise with HAL
................................... Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Hyogo Rehabilitation Center,
Hyogo, Japan Mutsumi Fujii
1-8-3-4
Hybrid assistive limb improved walking ability in chronic spinal cord injury - a case report ...................................Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Hyogo Rehabilitation Center, Japan Mitsunori Toda
1-8-3-5
Gait functional improvement therapy with the wearable robot HAL for cerebral palsy patients
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Tsukuba Hospital, Ibaraki, Japan Tomoyuki Ueno
1-8-3-6
Effects of a Walking Assistance Robot in Patients with Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
...................................................................................................Aijinkai Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Yuko Fujii
1-8-3-7
Gait exercise in patients with hemiplegia using the Gait Exercise Assist Robot (GEAR)
................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Makita General Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Tetsuo Ikai
Rehabilitation Robotics 2
15:40∼16:40――――――― Chairperson/Megumi Ozeki
1-8-4-1
Clinical application of gait exercise assist robot in a chronic hemiplegic patient
................................................................................................ Nagao hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Fumitada Hattori
1-8-4-2
The experience of gait exercise supported by GEAR to a case with ataxia and right hemiparesis
................................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Graduate School of Medical Science,
Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Hiroshi Maeda
1-8-4-3
Effect of Balance Exercise Assist Robot in patients after hematopoietic stem cell transplantation
.................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hyogo Collage of Medicine, Hyogo, Japan Taiji Yamashita
1-8-4-4
Use experience of BEAR for Musculoskeletal Ambulation Disability Symptom Complex
................................................ Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Tanaka Hospital, Saga, Japan Hisato Tanaka
1-8-4-5
Rehabilitation on evaluation used Wii board System
........................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery & Rehabilitation, Gifu University, Gifu, Japan Takaaki Aoki
1-8-4-6
Examination of the Effect of the Balance Exercise Assist on Paraplegic Patients
............................. Department of Rehabilitation medicine I, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University,
Aichi, Japan Ikuko Fuse
1-8-4-7
Gait Exercise Assist Robot for Patient with Chronic Hemiparesis After Stroke: a case report
.................................. Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Akita University Graduate School of Medicine,
Akita, Japan Ryota Kimura
Assessment & Evaluation 3
16:50∼17:50―――――― Chairperson/Mikihiro Fujioka
1-8-5-1
The functional assessment of rotator cuff of subacromial impingement syndrome by Cine-MRI
....................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kitasato University, Kanagawa, Japan Tomonori Kenmoku
Usefulness of Shoulder36 for the early postoperative period of the rotator cuff repair
1-8-5-2
.......................... Department of Orthopedics Surgery, North Alps Medical Center Azumi hospital, Nagano,
Japan Masahito Hino
1-8-5-3
Cut-off value of Japanese Orthopaedic Association score in patients with rotator cuff repair
............................................ Department of Orthopaedics, Kurume University, Kurume, Japan Hirokazu Honda
1-8-5-4
Knee adduction moment during the stance phase of gait cycle in subjects with obesity
.............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kansai Medical University Hirakata Hospital,
Osaka, Japan Ayako Yuasa
1-8-5-5
Three-dimensional measurement of the muscle volume and the fatty degeneration of the gluteus medius
.................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Yokohama City University, Yokohama, Japan Takako Momose
1-8-5-6
The Assessment of 3-dimensional Gait analysis with wearable accelerometer in Stroke Patients
........ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Osaka City University Hospital, Osaka, Japan Mitsuhiko Ikebuchi
1-8-5-7
Cervical range of motion of cervical spondylosis after surgery measured by 3D motion analysis system
....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan Haruhi Inokuchi
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Assessment & Evaluation 4
18:00∼19:00――――――――――― Chairperson/Katsuhiro Mizuno
1-8-6-1
Trunk balance evaluation of junior and high school students, by a dynamic sitting balance device
.................................. Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Akita University Graduate School of Medicine,
Akita, Japan Norimitsu Masutani
1-8-6-2
Lap-Jaw Movements for Tempo-controlled Diadochokinesis - Observations with the Leaser Beam
.................... Dept. of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences and Disorders, Kyoto Gakuen University, Japan
Makoto Kariyasu
1-8-6-3
Application of the real-time display of floor reaction force vector in the rehabilitation training
........................................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Hibino Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Seiji Hama
1-8-6-4
Association of dynamic trunk balance and lower extremity alignment in drop vertical jump
.................................................................................................. Kakunodate General Hospital, Japan Kimio Saito
1-8-6-5
Quantitative assessment of position sense in patients with stroke
....................................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Eisei Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Eri Otaka
1-8-6-6
A Study on the Standing Movement Patterns in Patients with Stroke
......... Department of Physical Therapy, Osaka Kawasaki Rehabilitation University, Osaka, Japan Kouki Taniuchi
1-8-6-7
The recovery process of a stroke using a system for the quantitative evaluation of motor control
.................................................................Harajuku Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yasuhiro Kagamihara
Room 9 (June 9th)
Oral Presentation
Parkinson Disease
8:25∼9:25 ―――――――Chairperson/Yoshiko Furiya
1-9-1-1
Choice of a remedy using the surface EMG in the Parkinson's disease I presented with dropped head
1-9-1-2
Progressive supranuclear palsy presenting with stuttering, micrographia and phonation disorder
1-9-1-3
Development of Evaluation System Before and After Operation of DBS in Our Hospital
........................................................ Department of Neurology, Fukuseikai hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Toyoshi Obata
....................Department of Neurology, Toyama Prefectural Rehabilitation Hospital and Support Center for
Children with Disabilities, Japan Yukichi Inoue
..................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Osaka General Medical Center, Osaka, Japan Shihori Kitae
1-9-1-4
Utility of Liftware for stabilization on tremor-induced motion of aspoon in
Parkinson disease................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hyogo Collage of Medicine,
Hyogo, Japan Yoshihiro Kanata
1-9-1-5
Rehabilitation for pre-post states in functional neurosurgery
.............Department of Neurosurgery, Kinki University, School of Medicine, Osakasayama, Japan Naoki Nakano
1-9-1-6
Effects of rehabilitation in Parkinson's disease and parkinsonian syndrome
....................................................... Department of Neurology, Nishikobe Medical Center, Kobe, Japan Shin Takano
1-9-1-7
Effects of inpatient rehabiliation in multiple system atrophy
.......................................Department of Neurology, Hiroshima City Rehabilitation hospital, Japan Yumiko Kaseda
Parkinson Disease / Electrical Stimulation
1-9-2-1
9:35∼10:35 ――――――Chairperson/Kaoru Kamimoto
A Case Report of the Patient with Adult-onset Spinal Muscular Atrophy
............................................................................. Nagano Prefectural Anan Hospital, Nagano, Japan Hidefumi Chiba
1-9-2-2
A treatment experience of focal hand dystonia observed in a semi-professional pianist
.................................Department of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Kanazawa University Hospital,
Kanazawa, Japan Tetsutaro Yahata
1-9-2-3
"Synchronized Therapy" for a Case of Parkinsonism with "Freezing of Mastication"
1-9-2-4
2 PD patients with oral ingestion difficulty that exercise function was improved by Rotigotine patch
1-9-2-5
transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) on Prefrontal cortex in Parkinson's disease
1-9-2-6
Enhanced human motor cortical plasticity by combined mirror therapy and tDCS in Parkinson's disease
1-9-2-7
The effect of WalkAide assisseted gait training -A multicenter randomized controlled trial
...................................... Department of Neurology, Yokohamanamiki Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Yoshinori Abe
........................................ Division of Rehabilitation, Chiba University Hospital, Chiba, Japan Yoshitaka Yamanaka
.......................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Toyama university hospital, Toyama, Japan Koji Ishikuro
................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan Yoshino Ueki
.................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Occupational and Environmental Health,
Fukuoka, Japan Mitsuhiro Ochi
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1-9-2-8
The effects of pedaling exercise with a functional electrical stimulation on neuro-physiology
.....Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokai University Oiso Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Takashi Kasahara
Spinal Cord Injury 1
14:30∼15:30―――――― Chairperson/Hiroshi Nagaoka
1-9-3-1
Serum free-fatty acid and keton body in response to mild cold stress in persons with SCI and AB
............ Department of Orthopedics, Nachikatsuura Municipal Hospital, Wakayama, Japan Kazunari Nishiyama
1-9-3-2
Long Term Follow-up of Ventilator Dependent High Quadriplegia in Community
.....Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yamaguchi Rosai Hospital, Yamaguchi, Japan Toshikatsu Tominaga
1-9-3-3
A 86-year-old spinal cord-injured patient, discharge to his homeunder preparing living environment
............................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, NishinomiyakyourithurehabilitationHospital,
Hyogo, Japan Emiko Kawai
1-9-3-4
The investigation of the cause and prognosis of dysphagia in the spinal cord injury
.... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kanagawa Rehabilitation Hospital, Atsugi, Japan Daisuke Yamagami
1-9-3-5
Outcome of traumatic spinal cord injury in acute hospital, Kochi prefecture, Japan.
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Showa University, Tokyo, Japan Yoshitaka Wada
1-9-3-6
The outcomes of patients of traumatic spinal cord injury in Kochi.
1-9-3-7
Characteristic of the patients consulting "Spinal cord injury outpatient" for the first time
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chikamori Rehabilitation Hospital, Kochi, Japan Yuuki Yamasaki
................................................................................ Aijinkai Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Mihoko Matsuoka
Spinal Cord Injury 2
15:40∼16:40――――――――Chairperson/Hitoshi Hase
1-9-4-1
One case of the respirator secession and the breathing management to a cervical cord damage patient
1-9-4-2
Two cases of lower limb`s hematoma in rehabilitation of spinal cord injury.
................................................................................ Aida memorial rehabilitation hospital, Japan Yorikazu Minagawa
.................................................... Department of Internal medicine, Ogino Hospital, Iwate, Japan Yoshinobu Ogino
1-9-4-3
Risk factors of febrile genitourinary tract infections in spinal cord injury patients performing CIC
.................................... Department of Urology, Hyogo Prefectural Rehabilitation Center at Nishi-Harima,
1-9-4-4
Tatsuno, Japan Akihiro Yanagiuchi
Occult fracture of sacrum
........................................................... Department of Orthopaedics, Tsukuba Central Hospital, Japan Shigeru Hioki
1-9-4-5
Problems of the diagnosis of the sacrum fracture, and its treatment
.................................... Orthopaedic Department, Iwakuni Clinical Center, Iwakuni, Japan Masaharu Yasumitsu
1-9-4-6
The musculoskeletal function survey of HIV-infected middle-aged and elderly hemophilia
...................................................... National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Tokyo, Japan Junko Fujitani
1-9-4-7
Course of physical function in fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva
.......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The University of Tokyo Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yasuo Nakahara
Osteoporosis
16:50∼17:50―――――――Chairperson/Shinjiro Takata
1-9-5-1
Changes in the number of hip fracture in Kyoto prefecture between 2008 and 2013
.Department of Orthopaedics, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine,
Kyoto, Japan Motoyuki Horii
1-9-5-2
Hip fracture at geriatric health services facilities in Okinawa
............................Department of Rehabilitation, Graduate School of Medicine, University of the Ryukyus,
Okinawa, Japan Takeshi Kamiya
1-9-5-3
Study of the femur fracture and care of the Elderly welfare facility residents
....... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Okayama University Hospital, Okayama, Japan Yoshimi Katayama
1-9-5-4
Assessment of serum vitamin D and bone mineral density in the proximal femoral fracture patients
.................................................................. Department of Orthopedics Kure Kyousai Hospital, Japan Masato Ise
1-9-5-5
Factors that Characterize Bone Health with Aging in Healthy Postmenopausal Women
................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shinshu University School of Medicine, Matsumoto,
Nagano, Japan Shota Ikegami
1-9-5-6
Research on outcome of fracture patients who are age 60 or over and treated surgically
.......................... North Medical Center, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Kunihiko Hosoi
1-9-5-7
Treatment of osteoporosis by regional Liaison service beginning from utilization of CT data.
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kagawa Prefectural central hospital, Kagawa, Japan Toru Honda
1-9-5-8
Therapeutic effects of TPTD on vertebral microarchitecture as assessed by 4D-MDCT in osteoporosis
................................................... Department of Spine and Spinal Cord Surgery, Yokohama Brain and Spine Center,
Yokohama, Japan Masafumi Machida
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Fracture 1
18:00∼19:00――― Chairperson/Toshikatsu Tominaga
1-9-6-1
The problems of proximal femoral fracture patients with certification of needed long-term care
.......Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shimane University School of Medicine, Izumo-shi,
Japan Yasuo Sakai
1-9-6-2
Rehabilitation of hip-fractured patients with stroke in a convalescent ward
............................................................................................... Wakaba hospital, Saitama, Japan Noriyuki Shinsha
1-9-6-3
Coraboration with rehabilitation and music therapy:a case of the fracture of a neck of femur
..................................... Rehabilitation center, Rakuwakai Otowa Rehabilitation Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Mio Inoue
1-9-6-4
Early rehabilitation is more necessary than early surgery in hip fracture
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Asagi Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Seido Miyoshi
1-9-6-5
Study about varidity of formula for predicting FIM for hip fracture patients at discharge
.......................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Funabashihutawa Hospital, Chiba, Japan Minoru Araune
1-9-6-6
Assessment of Next Fractures after Second Hip Fracture in Elderly
.................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kure Kyosai Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Hidefumi Teramoto
1-9-6-7
Factors affecting Vertebral Fracture Cascade in Convalescent Rehabilitation ward Patients.
............... Depatment of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyouseikai Hanakawa Hospital, Isikari, Japan Katsuhiko Nori
Room 10 (June 9th)
Oral Presentation
Knee & Foot 8:25∼9:25 ―――――― Chairperson/Yoshio Kitamura
1-10-1-1
Surgical and postoperative treatment of hallux valgus using plantar locking plate
............................................. Dept. of Orthop. Surg., Kurashiki Daiichi Hospital, Kurashiki, Japan Seiya Ohzawa
1-10-1-2
Trial of the 39-year-old Orthopedic Doctor who Experienced Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Yamagata Faculty of Medicine, Yamagata, Japan Hiroshi Satake
1-10-1-3
Two cases of tibial condylar valgus osteotomy for severe medial gonarthrosis
.................................... Department of Locomotive Rehabilitation Science, Unit of Rehabilitation sciences,
Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Japan Hironobu Koseki
1-10-1-4
Four Cases of Hemophilia A, Treatment and Rehabilitation
......................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Osaka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Haruo Ninomiya
1-10-1-5
The Rehabilitation after Total Knee Arthroplasty for Heamophilic Arthropathy
........................Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Nara Medical University, Kashihara, Japan Yusuke Inagaki
1-10-1-6
Non drainage with intra-articular tranexamic acid reduces blood loss in total knee arthroplasty
....................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Yamaguchi University Graduate School of Medicine,
Yamaguchi, Japan Kazushige Seki
1-10-1-7
Comparisons of muscle strength and mid-term results after MIS TKA through different approaches
.................................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Mie University Graduate School of Medicine,
Mie, Japan Masahiro Hasegawa
1-10-1-8
The verification of the postoperative 6th day path in simultaneous bilateral Total Knee Arthroplasty
........................................................................ Funabashi Orthopaedic Hospital, Chiba, Japan Hidetaka Higashi
Spine 1
9:35∼10:35 ―――――― Chairperson/Tadanori Ogata
1-10-2-1
Rehabilitation of elderly patients with cervical spondylotic myelopathy
...................... Department of Neurosurgery, Chutoen General Medical Center, Shizuoka, Japan Takeshi Torigai
1-10-2-2
Spinal Cord Damage Affects the Prognosis of Segmental Motor Paralysis After Cervical Surgery.
................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shinshu University School of Medicine, Matsumoto,
Nagano, Japan Shota Ikegami
1-10-2-3
Study of cases showing false negative on nerve conduction study for lumbar foraminal stenosis.
........................ Department of Rehabilitation, Toyohashi Municipal Hospital, Toyohashi, Japan Tomoji Ishikawa
1-10-2-4
Quantitative Assessment of Leg Strength after Lateral Interbody Fusion
....................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Seirei Sakura Citizen Hospital, Chiba, Japan Toshiaki Kotani
1-10-2-5
Quantitative evaluation of leg strength after surgery in cases with XLIF procedure
.................................................... Midorigaoka Spine Center, Midorigaoka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Wataru Narita
1-10-2-6
The bone-union promoting effect of teriparatides in treating fresh vertebral fractures
................................................................................. Kishikawa Orthopedic Clinic, Saga, Japan Yoichi Kishikawa
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1-10-2-7
Features of Tightness and Effects of Early Rehabilitation in Young Athletes with Spondylolysis
.......... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Eastern Shimane Rehabilitation Hospital, Matue, Japan Koji Nawata
1-10-2-8
The characteristic of elector spinae muscles in high school baseball player with spodylolysis
........Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama medical University, Wakayama, Japan Takahiro Ogawa
Hip
14:30∼15:30―――――― Chairperson/Sokichi Maniwa
1-10-3-1
Recovery of knee extension and flexion after total hip arthroplasty via anterolateral approach
............................ Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Yamanashi hospital,
Yamanashi, Japan Naofumi Taniguchi
1-10-3-2
Changes of coronal plane gait pattern after total hip arthroplasty
................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Gunma University Hospital, Maebashi, Gunma, Japan
Masayuki Tazawa
1-10-3-3
Leg length discrepancy and patient's satisfaction after total hip arthroplasty
............ Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Toyama, Japan Isao Matsushita
1-10-3-4
The Factor that Affect Postoperative Pain after Total Hip Arthroplasty
....................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Yokohama City University, Kanagawa, Japan Yoko Matsuda
1-10-3-5
Two days clinical pathways after total hip arthroplasty
................................................................................................Funabashi Orthopedic Hospital, Japan Yoko Miura
1-10-3-6
Fatigue fractures of the femur following total hip arthroplasty using short stems
................................................................................................Funabashi Orthopedic Hospital, Japan Yoko Miura
1-10-3-7
Early and late dislocation after direct anterior total hip arthroplasty
........................................................................................ Funabashi Orthopedic Hospital, Japan Tatsuya Tamaki
1-10-3-8
Total hip arthroplasty for the sarcoid arthritis
........................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kobe Red Cross Hospital, Kobe, Japan Kazukiyo Toda
Reumatoid Arthritis
15:40∼16:40――――――Chairperson/Masashi Kataoka
1-10-4-1
Diagnosis and Treatment for RS3PE Syndrome -A study on complications and prognosis ....................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, JCHO Uwajima Hospital, Uwajima, Japan Shohei Watanabe
1-10-4-2
MP Joint Arthroplasty with Silicon Implant for Ulnar and Volar Dislocation in Rheumatoid Arthritis
............................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Oita Red Cross Hospital, Oita, Japan Seiichi Kawamura
1-10-4-3
Combination of high-intensity exercise therapy with orthosis therapy for rheumatoid foot.
.............. Department of Orthopaedics, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University
of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Shogo Toyama
1-10-4-4
The comparison of handedness and the contralateral upper limb of patients with rheumatoid arthritis
.....................................................................................................Johoku Hospital, Ishiakawa, Japan Wataru Usui
1-10-4-5
A year of clinical experience with denosumab for osteoporosis of patients with rheumatoid arthritis
................................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine,
Kobe, Japan Toshihisa Maeda
1-10-4-6
Predicting factors of Barthel index scores in patients with rheumatoid arthritis
..........................................Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Nara Medical University, Nara, Japan Akira Kido
1-10-4-7
Effects of music therapy on patients with rheumatoid arthritis evaluated by various mood scales
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Science, Kobe Univesity Graduate School of Health Sciences,
Kobe, Japan Yasushi Miura
Shoulder
16:50∼17:50―――――――― Chairperson/Naoyuki Oi
1-10-5-1
3D shoulder kinematics during arm rotations: difference between the arm abducted angles
................... Department of Orthopaedics, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan Wataru Sahara
1-10-5-2
Results of arthroscopic rotator cuff repair and conservative treatment for small rotator cuff tear
................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hirosaki University, Aomori, Japan Kazutomo Miura
1-10-5-3
The improvement of ROM at three months after slow rehabilitation following rotator cuff repair
1-10-5-4
Evaluation of the factor related to a postoperative results after Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
1-10-5-5
Clinical results of total shoulder arthroplasty or Hemi-arthroplasty for the osteoarthritis
..................................... Department of Orthopaedics, Tokushima Red Cross Hospital, Tokushima, Japan Koji Fujii
......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Osaka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Haruo Ninomiya
................................................................... Shoulder Medical Center, Azumi Hospital, Nagano, Japan Norio Ishigaki
Limited shoulder range of motion caused by thickened coracohumeral ligament in adhesive capsulitis
1-10-5-6
......................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Yamaguchi University Graduate School of Medicine,
Yamaguchi, Japan Kiminori Yukata
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1-10-5-7
Multicenter study of functional outcomes after total scapulectomy
.................................... Department of Orthopaedics, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa, Japan Katsuhiro Hayashi
Knee
18:00∼19:00――――― Chairperson/Shohei Watanabe
1-10-6-1
Concurrent lateral meniscal repair with ACL reconstruction changes lateral meniscal sizes
......................Orthopedic Surgery, Graduate School of Medicine Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences,
Okayama University, Okayama, Japan Naoko Kashihara
1-10-6-2
Lateral closing wedge high tibial osteotomy used by locking compression plate
............... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Nagano Matsushiro General Hospital, Japan Tsutomu Takizawa
1-10-6-3
Sports and Physical Activities of Elderly Patients after High Tibial Osteotomy
............................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Fukuoka University, Fukuoka, Japan Satoshi Kamada
1-10-6-4
Patient satisfaction with sitting on heels after middle term results with UKA
.................................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Mie University Graduate School of Medicine,
Mie, Japan Masahiro Hasegawa
1-10-6-5
Comparison of alignment correction angles between fixed-bearing and mobile bearing UKA
.................. Department of Orthopaedics, Japanese Red Cross Kyoto Daiichi Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Atsuo Inoue
1-10-6-6
The Effect of Visual Feedback on Knee Extensors Strength after Total Knee Arthroplasty
............Department of Rehabilitation Center, Kochi Medical School Hospital, Kochi, Japan Tomoaki Akutagawa
1-10-6-7
The Prediction of Knee Flexion ROM after Total Knee Arthroplasty
............................................. Department of Orthopaedics, Aizawa Hospital, Matumoto, Japan Hiroyuki Kodaira
1-10-6-8
Predictors of Walking Ability after Simultaneous billateral Total Knee Arthroplasty
.................................................................................................. Ujitakeda Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Hiromu Terada
Room 11 (June 9th)
Oral Presentation
Convalescent Rehabilitation 1
8:25∼9:25 ――――――Chairperson/Sayaka Okamoto
1-11-1-1
For cause of the patient was transferred or death discharge from the Kaifukuki rehabilitation ward
.............. Department of Neurosurgery, Kashiwaba Neurosurgical Hospital, Sapporo, Japan Hideshi Yamaguchi
1-11-1-2
Purpose of treatment of Kampo medicine introduction in a convalescent rehabilitation ward
...... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shizioka City Shimizu Hospital, Shizuoka, Japan Ryuichi Sakamoto
1-11-1-3
The medication plan of osteoporosis-related fractures in our convalescent rehabilitation ward.
....................................................................... Tokyo Bay Rehabilitation Hospital, Chiba, Japan Takeshi Kutsuna
1-11-1-4
Analysis of patients required for hospital transfer in convalescent rehabilitation ward
............................Department of Neurology, Hyogo Rehabilitation Center Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Makiko Imoto
1-11-1-5
Survey of oral anticoagulant therapy in the Kaifukuki unit
............ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Showa University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan Aya Iwakiri
1-11-1-6
Analysis of Patients transfered to acute care hospital from recovery phase rehabilitation hospital
.......... Department of Rehabilitation, Aida Memorial Rehabilitation Hospital, Moriya City, Japan Toru Nagayama
1-11-1-7
Consideration of cases which need changing hospital from our convalescent rehabilitation ward
............................................................................. Jusendo-kaguyama Hospital, Fukushima, Japan Masanori Sato
1-11-1-8
Trial of reducing drugs in rehabilitation ward
.....................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Higashi-Matsudo Hospital, Chiba, Japan Fumio Morimoto
Convalescent Rehabilitation 2
9:35∼10:35 ――――――― Chairperson/Hiroshi Murao
1-11-2-1
Examination of 803 cases with regard to FIM, evaluation of dairy vital function and home return
.................................................................................. Daidotyuo Hospital, Okinawa, Japan Katsuhiko Yamamoto
1-11-2-2
The management situation of electronic clinical pathway for stroke
.... Department of Neurosurgery, Yamaguchi University School of Medicine, Yamaguchi, Japan Nobuhiro Tanaka
1-11-2-3
Factors that relates to home leaving hospital of dialysis patients in the rehabilitation ward
....................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kizankai Memorial Hospital, Iida, Japan Joji Kato
1-11-2-4
Overall Investigation on the Patients in Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward
............... Department of Rehabilitation, Kanazawa Neurosurgical Hospital, Ishikawa, Japan Shigeru Munemoto
1-11-2-5
The features of home discharge patients in our convalescence rehabilitation ward
............................................................. Orthopaedics, Tango central hospital, Kyotango, Japan Madoka Iwasaki
1-11-2-6
Clinical Outcome after Comprehensive Rehabilitation Using Japanese Long-Term Care Insurance System
....... Department of Stroke Treatment, Shonan Kamakura General Hospital Stroke Center, Japan Takahisa Mori
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1-11-2-7
Caregivers' expectations of coming home for patients after stroke -an questionary survey ......... Department of Neurology and Gerontology, Iwate Medical University, Morioka, Japan Yasuhiro Ishibashi
1-11-2-8
The influence factor for home reversion of patients with stroke on recovery rehabilitation
........................................................................Otemachi rehabilitation Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Hiroshi Yoneda
Convalescent Rehabilitation 3
14:30∼15:30――――――Chairperson/Kenji Matsumoto
1-11-3-1
Factors for acceptance of disability in stroke patients at recovery phase rehabilitation ward
.....................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Himawari Medical Coopration's Hospital,
Sapporo, Japan Isoo Okamoto
1-11-3-2
Psychological symptoms and satisfaction of life after stroke in recovery phase rehabilitation ward
.....................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Himawari Medical Coopration's Hospital,
Sapporo, Japan Isoo Okamoto
1-11-3-3
Comparison of outpatients with inpatients after stroke on psychological symptoms and ADL
.....................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Himawari Medical Coopration's Hospital,
Sapporo, Japan Isoo Okamoto
1-11-3-4
Effect of cognitive status at admission on the outcome of subacute stroke rehabilitation
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Edogawa Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Toshiko Mori
1-11-3-5
Meaning of diagnose a dementia as DLB in rehabilitation medicine
.................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Keiju Medical Center, Nanao, Japan Shinichirou Kawakita
1-11-3-6
Evaluation of the patients with dementia in the rehabilitation hospital
................ Department of Neurosurgery, Kumamoto Takumadai Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Yoshifumi Hirata
1-11-3-7
The differense of cognition according to orthopedics disease in a rehabilitation ward
......................................................................... Ginowan Memorial Hospital, Okinawa, Japan Kiyoshi Wakugami
1-11-3-8
The Effect of rehabilitation for Elderly Mild Dementia on Subacute Phase Inpatient
........................................................................Kouradai Rehabilitaion Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Kazuhisa Nakao
Team Approach
15:40∼16:40―――――――Chairperson/Taku Kawasaki
1-11-4-1
Study on methods for tube feeding for vomiting and diarrhea
.......................................... Department of Neurosurgery, Seibu General Hospital, Saitama, Japan Shouji Takano
1-11-4-2
Needs of healthcare providers collaboration in the home care for patients with incurable illness.
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kindai University Faculty of Medicine, Osaka-sayama,
Osaka, Japan Kazushi Hanada
1-11-4-3
The evaluation of rehabilitation managements in Community Based Care Center Motoasakusa
........................................................... Community Based Case Center Motoasakusa, Japan Mitsuhiro Samejima
1-11-4-4
A modified version of Japanese simplified RMR equation for among patients after cerebral infarct
............................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nishinomiya Kyoritsu Neurosurgical Hospital,
Hyogo, Japan Tetsuo Koyama
1-11-4-5
The influence that nutritional disorder gives to rehabilitation at the time of hospitalization
.................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chuzan Hospital, Okinawa, Japan Shoichi Tanaka
1-11-4-6
Rehabilitation Outcome of Team-based Round for Patients with Tracheostomy
...................... Neurorehabilitation Research Institute, Morinomiya Hospital, Osaka, Japan Megumi Hatakenaka
1-11-4-7
The Effect of Amino Acid Supplementation on Alzheimer Disease of Elderly Patients in Rehabilitation
.............................................................................. Harajyuku Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yoichi Sugita
Convalescent Rehabilitation 4
16:50∼17:50―――― Chairperson/Takashi Mitsuhashi
1-11-5-1
Conservative management of full-thickness skin defect in patient with polycythemia vera
............................................. Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Senri Chuo hospital, Osaka, Japan Yoshi Fujita
1-11-5-2
The investigation of the recurrence of stroke of the patient with diabetes mellitus.
............................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tohoku Rosai Hospital, Japan Taku Harada
1-11-5-3
Therapy of deep vein thrombosis and influence of bed rest at the rehabilitation ward
.......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yachiyo Hospital, Aichi, Japan Susumu Yazaki
1-11-5-4
The value of a life possibility at home using the Home Care Score
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Gamagoorikouseikan Hospital, Aichi, Japan Miho Suzuki
1-11-5-5
The prediction of gait and toilet-related ADL using NIHSS at admission of the acute care hospital
......................................................Department of Rehabilitation, Rakusai Shimizu Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Jun Saito
1-11-5-6
The influence of musculoskeletal factors on the rehabilitation outcome among patients with stroke
............................................................................ Tokyo Bay Rehabilitation Hospital, Chiba, Japane Kaoru Honaga
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1-11-5-7
Functional recovery of cases of pontine infarction due to Branch Atheromatous Disease (BAD)
....................................................... Department of Rehabilitatio, Hamamatsu City Rehabilitation Hospital,
1-11-5-8
Hamamatsu, Japan Hirotatsu Takahashi
Management of the lower urinary tract dysfunction in Kaifukuki Rehabilitaion Ward. the 3rd report
.................................................................................Tatara Rehabilitation Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Yuki Takabatake
Room 12 (June 9th)
Poster Presentation
Complications 1
1-12P-1-1
1-12P-1-2
1-12P-1-3
1-12P-1-4
1-12P-1-5
1-12P-1-6
1-12P-1-7
1-12P-1-8
9:35∼10:35 ――――― Chairperson/Tomoyoshi Otsuka
Introduction of CoaguChek, a device for self-monitoring of PT-INR, in Recovery Rehabilitation Unit.
........................................................................................................................... Kagoshima, Japan Keisuke Horinouchi
Deep vein thrombosis in neurosurgical unit
.............................................................................. Department of Neurosurgery, Kamagaya, Japan Koichi Sugimoto
Rate of incidentally finding tumor in stroke patients at the stage of sub-acute rehabilitation
....................... Department of Rehabilitation, Jujo Takeda Rehabilitation Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Junko Nakamura
Current status of diabetic patients combined with cerebral infarction in this rehabilitation unit
........... Department of Internal medicine, Medical Corporation Tomidahama Hospital, Mie, Japan Takahito Saito
The influence of discontinuation of sub-acute rehabilitation upon ADL at the time of discharge
....................................................Department of Rehabilitation, Ginowan Memorial Hospital, Japan Satoko Nakada
Predictors of infection in stroke patients admitted to a convalescent rehabilitation hospital
.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kameda General Hospital, Kamogawa, Japan Yurie Imai
Investigation about cause of decbitus in our hospital
.......................................Department of Rehabilitation, Isesakifukushima Hospital, Isesaki, Japan Shigehiko Kabe
The Effect of Blood Pressure on Stroke Rehabilitation
.................................................................. Yokohama Asahi Chuo General Hospital, Yokohama, Japan Naohito Saito
Convalescent Rehabilitation
9:35∼10:35 ―――――――― Chairperson/Fujiko Hotta
1-12P-3-1
Promotion of the local production for local consumption and Fusion of farming and rehabilitation
.. Department of Food health care service team, Kyoto Ohara Memorial Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Tomoko Yashiro
1-12P-3-2
The staff questionnaire that took effect in commentary year of convalescence rehabilitation ward
........................................................................................ Otowa Rehabilitation Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Ahmee Oh
1-12P-3-3
Usefulness of Bedside US Examination in Emergencies at Small and Medium Rehabilitation Hospitals
.............................................................. Yamanashi Rehabilitation Hospital, Yamanashi, Japan Manabu Maehara
1-12P-3-4
A study of patients who transfered from Kameda Rehabilitation Hospital to acute care hospital
........................................................ Kameda Rehabilitation Hospital, Kamogawa, Chiba, Japan Takaaki Katsurai
Characteristic who was rehospitalized after left our rehabilitation ward
............................................................................ Ginowan Memorial Hospital, Ginowan, Japan Takako Sakihara
Examination of ingestive recovery promotion addition patients in our Kaifukuki rehabilitation ward
............................................................................... NTT east japan izu hospital, Shizuoka, Japan Ryogo Ichinose
Clinical usefulness of dysphagia screening test to all patients in convalescent rehabilitation ward
....................... Department of Dental Surgery, Musashimurayama Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yasutomo Motohashi
The eight years of the Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward in our hospital
.............................................................................Alpen Rehabilitation Hospital, Toyama, Japan Yukari Murotani
1-12P-3-5
1-12P-3-6
1-12P-3-7
1-12P-3-8
Pediatric Rehabilitation
1-12P-5-1
9:35∼10:35 ―――――Chairperson/Kiminori Sakamoto
Change of the motor coordination for six months on 5 years-old children
..................................................... Fuculty of Health Science, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan Osamu Nitta
1-12P-5-2
Rehabilitation outcome for children with Trisomy 18
..................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Aijinkai Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Keiko Wada
1-12P-5-3 Rehabilitation to trisomy 13, 18 in our hospital
........................................................... Tokyo Metropolitan Children’s Medical Center, Tokyo, Japan Yoko Iguchi
1 12P 5 4 The investigation of Scoliosis in Prader-Willi syndrome(PWS)
...............................................Mie Prefectural Kusanomi Rehabilitation Center for Children Toshiko Nishimura
1-12P-5-5 Summary and consideration of the continuing rehabilitation cases which did an orthopedic operation.
....................................................................................... Funabashi Futawa Hospital, Chiba, Japan Masao Morita
1-12P-5-6Short-term Outcomes of Very-low-birth-weight children in Our Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kanagawa Children’s Medical Center, Kanagawa, Japan Saori Uehara
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1-12P-5-7 Outcomes of swallowing function in infants with nasogastric tubes
........................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokyo Metropolitan Children’s Medical Center,
1-12P-5-8
1-12P-5-9
Tokyo, Japan Yuuji Wada
Sensory Integration Therapy; Summary of three years cases in our hospital
............................................................Department of Pediatrics, Jichi University, Tochigi, Japan Mari Kuwajima
Effects of educational therapies and tendencies in various types developmental disorders
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Izumoshimin Rehabilitation Hospital, Izumo, Japan Toshiro Kisa
Dementia
16:50∼17:50 ―――――― Chairperson/Shuzou Shintani
1-12P-2-1 Rehabilitation of BPSD in a Long-Term Care Health Facility
.................Department of General clinical Medicine, Japan Community Health care Organization (JCHO)
1-12P-2-2
1-12P-2-3
Kurume General Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Kyoko Sato
Rehabilitation for idiopathic normal pressure hydrocephalus with Alzheimer’s disease
........................................................... Departmnt of Neurosurgery, Ishikiriseiki Hospital, Japan Takashi Nagata
The effect of Aroma pasting sheet in Alzheimer’s disease
..................................................................................... Nara Rehabilitation Hospital, Nara, Japan Yoshiko Furiya
1-12P-2-4 The effect of topiramate to the Behavioral and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia.
............... Department of Neuropsychiatry and Neurorehabilitation, National Hospital Organization Hizen
1-12P-2-5
1-12P-2-6
Psychiatric Center, Saga, Japan Manabu Hashimoto
Comparison MMSE and MWST of Recuperation Bsds
...................................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Jounan Hospital, Japan Hiroaki Kitou
Brief screening for MCI in elderly outpatient clinic: MMSE and Rivermead Behavioural Memory Test
................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital, Japan Takayuki Kato
Community Rehabilitation 1
16:50∼17:50 ―――― Chairperson/Mitsuhiro Samejima
1-12P-4-1
Ophthalmological Rehabilitation in Ophthalmology and Neurology Clinic Case Reports
..........Department of Ophthalmology, Ophthalmology and Neurology Clinic, Nagoya, Japan Yasuyo Takayanagi
1-12P-4-2
Demand Prediction of Physical Therapist in Nara Prefecture
.............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nara Medical University, Nara, Japan Yukako Ishida
1-12P-4-3
A project of Kyoto Rehabilitation Educational Center for general physicians
.................................................................... Kyoto Rehabilitation Educational Center, Kyoto, Japan Akiko Sagara
1-12P-4-4
Concerning of the Fukui rehabilitation support center in the Integrated Community Care System
.....Department of Rehabilitation Physical Therapy, Fukui College of Health Sciences, Fukui, Japan Hideaki Hori
1-12P-4-5
Suporting Work of Swallowing Disorders in Okitama Area
..................................................................................... Sanyudo Rihabiriteation Center, Japan Masayuki Hosaka
1-12P-4-6
Community based rehabilitation programme for dysphagia patients in Nakano, Tokyo
.................................................................................. Nakano Kyouritsu Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Miwa Nakagawa
1-12P-4-7
Promotion project of local support for persons with higher brain dysfunction at Kitatama Tokyo
.................................................... Department of Rehabilitation, National Tokyo Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Ikuno Ito
1-12P-4-8
Geographical distribution of Recovery phase rehabilitation ward in Okayama, Kochi
..................................................................................... Nihonbara Hospital, Okayama, Japan Takashi Yamanaka
1-12P-4-9
The extent of work of a rehabilitation doctor in the area scarce in rehabilitation services
...............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Minamiuonuma City Hospital, Niigata, Japan Yasushi Ohnishi
Celebral Palsy / Others
16:50∼17:50 ――――― Chairperson/Hirofumi Akazawa
1-12P-6-1
An adult autism case of rehabilitation after laminoplasty at TH9~11 in Kaifukuki rehabilitation ward
........ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Jujo Takeda Rehabilitation Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Shinsuke Ishino
1-12P-6-2 A cerebral palsy patient case returned home to introduce rehabilitation and new service.
............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Synthesis Tokyo Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Ryota Fukui
1-12P-6-3 Botulinum Toxin A Injection for Athetoid Cerebral Palsy Improved Scoliosis and Head Position
......................... Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital and Institute of Gerontology, Tokyo, Japan Naoko Shoda
1-12P-6-4Post-operative Problem of Atlanto-axial Fixation in Pathient with Athetoid Cerebral Palsy
........................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kita-Osaka Police Hospitall, Tokyo, Japan Takeo Harada
1-12P-6-5 Dynamic Spinal Brace inner pressure and wearing adherence in patients with cerebral palsy scoliosis
................................................. Osaka Developmental Rehabilitation Center, Osaka, Japan Motoaki Matsuyama
1-12P-6-6 Natural history of Neurogenic Scoliosis.
........... Yamagata prefectural comprehensive rehabilitation and education center, Kaminoyama, Japan Aya Narita
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1-12P-6-7
Adductor myotomy for hip dislocation in cerebral palsy
1-12P-6-8
The intra-rater agreement of “Manual ability Classification System” Japanese version.
.............................Department of Orthopaedics, Ibaraki Prefectural University of Health Sciences Hospital,
Ibaraki, Japan Ryoko Takeuchi
.............................................. National Rehabilitation Center for Disabled Children, Tokyo, Japan Takashi Seshimo
Respiratory Disease
16:50∼17:50 ――――― Chairperson/Katsuya Yamauchi
1-12P-8-1 Comparison of the Pulmonary Guideline by the AGREE2
....................................................... Department of Anesthesiology, Nara Medical University, Nara, Japan Yu Tanaka
1-12P-8-2
Caracteristics of 6 minutes walk test on CPFE patients
......................................... Rehabilitation center, Rakuwakai Otowa Rehabilitation Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Mio Inoue
1-12P-8-3 The COPD Assessment Test (CAT) as a prognostic marker in interstitial lung disease
.................................................... School of Health Sciences, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa, Japan Fujiko Someya
1-12P-8-4 The Usefulness of a Respiratory Rehabilitation for Idiopathic Interstitial Pneumonias
................................................................................ Tomakomai higashi hospital, Tomakomai, Japan Shigeru Makino
1-12P-8-5 I correspond to a pulmonary fibrosis merger case in Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome. A short-term effect.
.................... Department of Rehabilitation Center, Kitano Hospital, The Tazuke Kofukai Medical Research
Institute, Japan Noritsugu Honda
1-12P-8-6
The Rehabilitation Approach for Tuberculosis Inpatient: Second Report
1-12P-8-7
A survey of intervention by speech therapist to patients with pulmonary diseases
.............................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, National Center for Global Health and
Medicine Hospital, Japan Ikuko Saotome
....................................................... National Hospital Organization Tokyo National Hospital, Japan Chika Nishizaka
1-12P-8-8 Investigation of rehabilitation for patients with aspiration pneumonia
.Faculty of Rehabilitation, School of Health Science, Fujita Health University, Toyoake, Aichi, Japan Keiko Onogi
Room 13 (June 9th)
Poster Presentation
Musculoskeletal Tumor / Pain
9:35∼10:35 ――――Chairperson/Shinichiro Nakamura
1-13P-1-1 A Case Report of the QOL Improvement by Rehabilitation for Multiple Bone Metastasis of Carcinoma.
.................................................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Nihon University, Tokyo, Japan Shuhei Oda
1-13P-1-2 A new technique for reconstruction of knee extension using mesh after TKA
...............................Department of orthopaedic surgery, University of Yamanashi, Yamanashi, Japan Jiro Ichikawa
1-13P-1-3 Limb function after excision of a deltoid muscle sarcoma
............................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Iwate Medical University, Iwate, Japan Yoshikuni Mimata
1-13P-1-4 Limb function after scapulectomy for malignant tumor
............................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Iwate Medical University, Iwate, Japan Yoshikuni Mimata
1-13P-1-5 Scapula-spine distance and shoulder abduction after neck dissection preserving the accessory nerve
........... Department of Orthopaedics, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University of
Medicine, Japan Ryuhei Furukawa
55-year-old female whose unexplained pain was alleviated with medication for fibromyalgia
......................Department of Rehabilitation, Fukuyama Rehabilitation Hospital, Fukuyama, Japan Katsuhiro Toda
1-13P-1-7 Relation between chronic low back pain and surface EMG of paravertebral muscle in elderly patients
...................Hyperbaric Medical Center, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, Japan Mitsuhiro Enomoto
1-13P-1-8 Effect of anti-neuropathic pain drugs against degenerative spine diseases
...................................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Saiseikai Narashino Hospital, Japan Hidehisa Torikai
1-13P-1-6
Lower Extremity 1
9:35∼10:35 ――――――― Chairperson/Toshihiro Mata
1-13P-3-1
Effects of Arthroscopic synovectomy for Rheumatoid knee
1-13P-3-3
Short term results of lateral unicompartmental knee arthroplasty
...............................................................Konankakogwa Hospital, Kobe University, Kobe, Japan Fumimasa Maruno
1-13P-3-2 Treatment of periprosthetic knee infection with a two-stage protocol using articulating spacer
........... Department of Orthopaedics, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University of
Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Shuji Nakagawa
........... Department of Orthopaedics, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University of
Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Hiroaki Inoue
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1-13P-3-4
Short-term Clinical Results of Bilateral Total Knee Arthroplasty (TKA)
1-13P-3-5
Relationship between intra operative kinematics and early functional recovery
..................................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Himeji Medical Center Hyogo, Japan Masaaki Onishi
....................................... Dept. of Orthopaedic Surgery, Hyogo College of Medicine, Hyogo, Japan Makiko Okuno
1-13P-3-6 Effects of total knee joint arthroplasty in rheumatoid arthritis patients using biological agents
............................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Konan Kakogawa Hospital, Kakogawa, Japan Ken Takebe
1-13P-3-7 The trends of rheumatoid arthritis patients with biologic agents undergoing total knee arthroplasty
............................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Konan Kakogawa Hospital, Kakogawa, Japan Ken Takebe
1-13P-3-8
The effect of mechanical methods of prophylaxis for prevention of VTE in total knee arthroplasty
........................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Tokyo Medical University, Tokyo, Japan Toshiyuki Tateiwa
Spine
9:35∼10:35 ――――――――― Chairperson/Akiko Toki
1-13P-5-1 Efficacy in evaluation of spinal cord function and rehabilitation for CSM patient due to paraplegia.
............................ Department of Rehabilitation Center, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan Dai Ukegawa
1-13P-5-2 Spinal cord infarction after a handstand in a 8-year-old femal.
.......... Department of Rehabilitation, Tokyo Metropolitan Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yasuko Nakazato
1-13P-5-3 A rehabilitation of incomplete paraplegia by spinal dural arteriovenous fistula, a case report.
.................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sapporo Medical University, Sapporo, Japan Yasuhiro Nawa
1-13P-5-4 Rehabilitation of incomplete tetraplegia by spinal cord decompression sickness
..................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sapporo medical University, Sapporo, Japan Masahiro Aoki
1-13P-5-5 Ten cases of Traumatic cervical spinal cord injury caused by Diving into a swimming pool
.......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chubu Rosai Hospital, Japan Tomoe Watanabe
1-13P-5-6 An Evaluation based on the modified Zancoli Classification for Cervical Spinal Cord Injuries
.Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Gunnma Rehabilitation Hospital, Gunnma, Japan Masahiro Nishinome
1-13P-5-7 Prediction of Prognosis Using Modified Frankel Classification in Cervical Spinal Cord Injury
...Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Gunnma Rehabilitation Hospital, Gunma, Japan Masahiro Nishinome
1-13P-5-8 reason of tracheotomy for the patient of cervical spinal cord injury
................Department of Emergency and Disaster medicine, Tottori University, Tottori, Japan Tomofumi Ogoshi
1-13P-5-9 About the situation of our hospital spinal cord injury rehabilitation
......................................................... Sanyudo Rehabilitation Centre, Yonezawa city, Yamagata, Japan Tsuyoshi Kato
Stroke 1
1-13P-7-1
9:35∼10:35 ――――――― Chairperson/Hiroyoshi Hara
The 3 weeks after outcome of operation for subarachnoid hemorrhage in this hospital
.................................................... Department of Neurosurgery, Sakurakai Hospital, Osaka, Japan Takeshi Uemura
1-13P-7-2 The effect of neurorehabilitation during acute period, initial experience at a university hospital
............................................................... Department of Neurosurgery, Kochi University, Kochi, Japan Yusuke Ueba
1-13P-7-3 The role and problem of Stroke Care Unit in the acute stroke medical treatment
................................................................. National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Japan Masashi Fujimoto
1-13P-7-4 Action to the stroke in our hospital
.......... Department of Rehabilitation, stroke center, Tokyo metropolitan police hospital, Tokyo, Japan Hajime Abe
1-13P-7-5 Usefulness of Clinical Pathway for Stroke:Comparison of Conventinal Letter Using Text Analysis
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yawata Medical Center, Komatsu, Japan Yasunori Ikenaga
1-13P-7-6 A study of the Liaison Critical Pathway for Stroke
.................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Gunma University Hospital, Japan Minori Kurosaki
1-13P-7-7 The present conditions of the stroke path in Nagaoka, Niigata prefecture
.......................................... Department of Neurosurgery, Yuyu-Kenko-Mura Hospital, Niigata, Japan Hideko Ohno
New Therapeutic Apparatus
1-13P-9-1
9:35∼10:35 ――――――――― Chairperson/Seiji Etoh
Application of tDCS to a patient with aspontaneity caused by multiple infarction
................................................ Department of Neurosurgery, Nagahama City Hospital, Shiga, Japan Takeshi Satoh
1-13P-9-2 Effect of transcranial direct current stimulation and interference low frequency electric therapy
.............................................................................................................. Midorigaoka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Kou Sakata
1-13P-9-3 Early rehabilitation for a patient with intracranial hypertension by B-SES
......Department of Neurosurgery, Tokyo Bay Urayasu Ichikawa Medical Center, Chiba, Japan Kuniyasu Saigusa
1-13P-9-4 Usefulness of the Balance Support System in Elderly Person Using Visual Biofeedback
............................. Department of Physical Therapy, School of Health Sciences, Toyohashi Sozo University,
Aichi, Japan Hirofumi Nakagawa
Assessment of motor paresis using the triple stimulation technique in patients with stroke
.............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tamagawa Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Fumiko Hirashima
1-13P-9-5
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1-13P-9-6
Present and outcome of our rTMS therapy series on Kimura Hospital.
.........................Department of Rehabilitation, Jujinkai Kimura hospital, Sabae, Fukui, Japan Takehiko Nakamura
Spasticity / Peripheral nerve
9:35∼10:35 ――――― Chairperson/Hiroshi Kamoshita
1-13P-11-1 The effects on the paralysed lower limb muscle activity of hemiparetic gait by the botulinum toxin A
.................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kansai Medical University Hirakata Hospital,
Osaka, Japan Mayumi Abe
1-13P-11-2 Ultrasound-guided botulinum toxin injection to muscle in patients with spastic hemiplegia.
.......................... Department of Rehabilitaon Medicine, Tokai University Hachioji Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yu Sasao
1-13P-11-3 Ultrasonography study of best needle insertion approach into the tibialis posterior in the BTXT.
.... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokai University Hachioji Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Toshiaki Furukawa
1-13P-11-4 Modulation of muscle spasticity manages patients with autonomic imbalance
......................................................................................................... Okayama Saidaiji Hospital, Japan Yoichiro Kikuchi
1-13P-11-5 The Present of Botulinum Toxin Injection Therapy in Our Rehabilitation Center
......... Himawari Gakuen Comprehensive Rehabilitation Center for Disabled Children, Saitama, Japan Aoki Asako
1-13P-11-6 Nerve conduction measurements for anterior interosseous nerve lesion
.................................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Tohoku Rosai Hospital, Sendai, Japan Shingo Nobuta
1-13P-11-7 Accuracy of principal nerve conduction studies for diagnosing ulnar neuropathy at the elbow
............................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokai University, Kanagawa, Japan Mitsuhiko Kodama
1-13P-11-8 Laterality of Phrenic Nerve in Nerve Conduction Study
............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Okayama University Hospital, Okayama, Japan Takenori Uehara
Dysphagia 1
9:35∼10:35 ―――――― Chairperson/Koichiro Dozono
1-13P-13-1 A case report, Sudden onset idiopathic dysphagia that recovered speedily.
.....................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kawasaki Medical School, Okayama, Japan Yumiko Konjiki
1-13P-13-2 Dysphagia due to Pharyngeal perforation after spinal reconstruction with anterior plate fixation
....... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Tottori University, Tottori, Japan Chikako Takeda
1-13P-13-3 A case of Schizophrenia improved dysphagia with team approach
................................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Aino Hospital, Osaka, Japan Hiroshi Katoh
1-13P-13-4 Two cases of cervical spondylotic myelopathies showed difficulty in treatment of dysphasia
...................................................... Center of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yokohama Minato Red Cross Hospital,
1-13P-13-5 Trial to the case that resulted in anorexia by the senility and dementia
Yokohama, Japan Takashi Matsumoto
....................................................................................................................... Ushioda Hospital, Nara, Japan Taiji Okuno
1-13P-13-6 Characteristics and outcomes of aspiration pneumonia following the NST intervension
............... Department of Rehabilitation, Sainokuni Higashiomiya Medical Center, Saitama, Japan Kazue Tsurumi
1-13P-13-7 Care of oral and laryngopharynx cavity for bedridden patients
....... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tezukayama Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Tetsuo Kawazoe
1-13P-13-8 The outcome of Saganoseki Hospital original training plan for eating and swallowing dysfunction
...............................................Social Medical Corporation Sekiaikai Saganoseki Hospital, Oita, Japan Akiko Kuroda
Acute Phase Rehabilitation
9:35∼10:35 ―――――― Chairperson/Takanori Nanba
1-13P-15-1 Alterations in medical category and treatment fees following rehab for cardiac and cancer diseases
.....................Rehabilitation Center, Niigata University Medical and Dental Hospital, Niigata, Japan Norie Nomoto
1-13P-15-2 Examination of the mean hospitalization days in the department of orthopedics.
............ Department of Orthopedics, Japanese Red Cross Kyoto Daini Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Takahito Yamasaki
1-13P-15-3 Change of Rehabilitation request and prescription after starting acute rehabilitation team
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, NHO Tokyo Medical Center, Tokyo, Japan Yoko Kuriyama
1-13P-15-4 Six months Result of introducing HPS(Hospitalization-associated disorder Prebenting System)
.....Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The Jikei University Katsushika Medical Center, Tokyo, Japan
Yukiko Matayoshi
1-13P-15-5 Round by multi-disciplinary members following a hospital admission for comprehensive interventions
............................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Izumo Shimin Hospital, Izumo, Japan Miwa Matsubara
1-13P-15-6 Efficiency of acute general hospital rehabilitation department utilizing electronic medical records
.Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shimane Prefectural Central Hospital, Shimane, Japan Tomoko Nagata
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Lower Extremity 2
16:50∼17:50 ―――――――――― Chairperson/Yuji Arai
1-13P-2-1
A case of aggravation of osteoarthritis of hip after lumbar compression fracture
1-13P-2-3
A Case of Treatment of Femoral Head Fracture With Posterior Hip Dislocation
.................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Omoromachi Medical Center, Okinawa, Japan Kazuhiro Okuda
1-13P-2-2 Revision total hip arthroplasty with Trabecular Metal Acetabular Revision System, a case report
............................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Tokyo Dental College Ichikawa General Hospital,
Chiba, Japan Hiraku Hotta
.......................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tanabe Chuo Hospital, Kyotanabe, Japan Hiroyuki Ogawa
1-13P-2-4 Various result of heterotopic ossification after multiple total joint arthroplasty; a case report
......Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Nara Prefecture General Rehabilitation Center, Japan Manabu Oshima
1-13P-2-5 Two-stage Bilateral Total Knee Arthroplasty in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients with Knee Ankylosis
......................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, National Hospital Organization Sagamihara Hospital,
1-13P-2-6
Kanagawa, Japan Kimio Masuda
Transition in leg length discrepancy and walking ability following total hip arthroplasty
............................................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Shiraniwa Hospital, Nara, Japan Kentaro Iwakiri
1-13P-2-7 Muscle morphology in developmental dysplasia of the hip
................................................................................................. Funabashi Orthopedic Hospital, Japan Tatsuya Tamaki
1-13P-2-8 The relation between the area of skeletal muscle mass and the assessment with JHEQ in hip OA
............................... Faculty of Medicine, Orthopaedic surgery, Toyama University, Toyama, Japan Rieko Imanishi
1-13P-2-9 A relation between JHEQ and JOA score in patients before total hip arthroplasty
..................................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Yamagata, Yamagata, Japan Kan Sasaki
Lower Extremity 3
1-13P-4-1
16:50∼17:50 ――――――― Chairperson/Suzuyo Ohashi
Case report of Well Leg Compartment syndrome related to a Robotic surgery
........................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan Satona Murakami
1-13P-4-2 Acute compartment syndrome after percutaneous cardiopulmonary support: a report of two cases.
..................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Gakusai Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Naotoshi Kodama
1-13P-4-3 Chronic Rupture of the Tendons of Both Peroneus Longus and Brevis: A Case Report
........... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Science,
Nagasaki, Japan Shohei Matsubayashi
One case of the pseudoarthrosis after the distal fibula fracture which enforced operative treatment
.............. Department of Orthopaedeic Surgery, Yoshinogawa Medical Center, Tokushima, Japan Hiroshi Yonezu
1-13P-4-5 The effects of ultrasound therapy on the improvements in the range of motion in the ankles.
.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hyogo Collage of Medicine, Hyogo, Japan Aki Yamasaki
1-13P-4-6 Short term results of total ankle arthroplasty using Self-Administered Foot Evaluation Questionnaire
...............................Department of Orthopaedics Medicine, Yamagata University, Yamagata, Japan Naomi Hanaka
1-13P-4-7 Investigation of Range of Motion of Foot after Ankle Arthrodesis
...............................................................................Department of Orthopaedics, Takagi Hospital, Japan Kuniji Ohara
1-13P-4-8 Outcome of extracorporeal shockwave therapy and MRI findings for chronic plantar fasciitis
1-13P-4-4
........... Department of Orthopaedics, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University of
Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Yusuke Hara
Upper Extremity 1
1-13P-6-1
16:50∼17:50 ――――――――― Chairperson/Yoshio Kaji
The limitation of range of motion after pediatric forearm diaphyseal fractures
...................................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Osaka Bay Central Hospital, Osaka, Japan Ikko Ohno
1-13P-6-2 Flexor Pollcis Longus Ruptures after Fixation with Volar Locking Plate for Distal Radius Fracture
.......................................................Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan Hiroki Oda
1-13P-6-3 Validity of a postoperative rehabilitation program for distal radius fracture
........................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Kameda-Daiichi Hospital, Niigata, Japan Mikio Muraoka
1-13P-6-4 Experience of dynamic splint for pyogenic tenosynovitis
..................................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Kahoku Hospital, Yamagata, Japan Yumiko Kanauchi
1-13P-6-5 Repair of Stener Lesion Using our Ligament-to-Bone Suture Technique without Additional Incision
..... Department of Rehabilitation, Tokyo Dental College Ichikawa General Hospital, Ichikawa, Japan Takeru Arai
1-13P-6-6 Outcome of the low-intensity pulsed ultrasound treatment for adult phalanx delayed union
.................... Department of Orthopedics, Saiseikai Kawaguchi General Hospital, Kawaguchi, Japan Tsuyoshi Ota
1-13P-6-7 Opponensplasty using the extensor indicis proprius tendon
............................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Marunouchi Hospital, Nagano, Japan Hiroyuki Matsuki
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Stroke 2
1-13P-8-1
16:50∼17:50 ――――― Chairperson/Akinori Hamamura
Prognosis and Neuroimaging of Thalamic Hemorrhage
............................................... Department of Neurosurgery, Saiseikai Meiwa Hospital, Japan Satoshi Matsushima
1-13P-8-2 Background and Current of Young Stroke Patient
..................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sankurou Hospital, Aichi, Japan Tomoharu Koike
1-13P-8-3 Characteristics of a Raptured Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Patient with Long-term Recovery
................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saku Central Hospital, Nagano Japan Mayumi Nishi
1-13P-8-4 Outcome of Staying Alone Stroke Patients admitted to our Comprehensive Rehabilitation Ward
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hidaka Rehabilitation Hospital, Gunma, Japan Kenichi Otsuka
1-13P-8-5 Mobility capacity of the stroke patients admitted in rehabilitation ward and the time of discharge
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation, NTT East Izu Hospital, Shizuoka, Japan Kimiko Fukunaga
1-13P-8-6 Analysis of acute phase rehabilitation in subtypes of cerebral infarction
.............................. Department of Neurology, Nagoya City East Medical Center, Nagoya, Japan Kaoru Kamimoto
1-13P-8-7
Stratification to improve accuracy of multiple regression analysis to predict motor FIM gain
............................ Department of Rehabilitation, Kumamoto Kinoh Hospital, Kumamoto, Japan Makoto Tokunaga
Parkinson Disease
16:50∼17:50 ――――――― Chairperson/Mitsuya Morita
1-13P-10-1 Immunohistochemical study of the cardiac sympathetic nerve in Parkinson’s disease
................ Department of Neurology, Saitama Prefectural Rehabilitation Center, Saitama, Japan Yuichi Fumimura
1-13P-10-2 Production of exercise and movement guide DVD for Parkinson disease
........................................................ Section of Cardiokogy, Nagasaki Kita Hospital, Nagasaki, Japan Kan Kageyama
1-13P-10-3 Effectiveness of exercise and movement guide DVD for Parkinson disease
....................................................... Section of Cardiology, Nagasaki Kita Hospital, Nagasaki, Japan Yasuko Kawano
1-13P-10-4 Objective assessment of physical activity in Parkinson’s disease
...................Department of Neurology, Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University, Japan Hironori Otomune
1-13P-10-5 Long-term effects of the hospitalization intensive rehabilitation of Parkinson’s disease
..........................................................................................Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,
Hyogo Prefectural Rehabilitation Hospital at Nishi - Harima, Hyogo, Japan Kohei Marumoto
1-13P-10-6 Effect of medication and rehabilitation in hospitalized patients with Parkinson’s disease
..........................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nara Medical University, Nara, Japan Yasuyo Kobayashi
1-13P-10-7 Correlation between effect of rehabilitation and frontal function in Parkinson’s disease patients
.................................Department of Neurology, Hyogo Rehabilitation Center Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Shiho Okuda
1-13P-10-8 Evaluation of cognitive function in Parkinson disease with ACH-R
.......................................................................... Section of Neurology, Nagasaki Kita Hospital, Nagasaki Ruka Nakata
1-13P-10-9 A survey of patients with Parkinson’s disease died or transferred to acute phase hospitals
........................................ Department of Neurology, Kumamoto Kinoh Hospital, Kumamoto, Japan Kaori Tokisato
Spasticity
16:50∼17:50 ――――― Chairperson/Shigeo Matsumoto
1-13P-12-1 A case of the effectiveness of botulinum toxin A treatment and rehabilitation for shoulder pain
.............................................. Department of Neurosugery, Hatukaichi Memorial Hospital, Japan Hisashi Takagaki
1-13P-12-2 Introduction of The Point to Inject Botulinum Toxin in Forearm Flexor Muscles of Stroke Patient.
........................................ Department of Rehabilitaion Medicine, Japanese Red Cross Hamamatsu Hospital,
Shizuoka, Japan Shinji Ogawa
1-13P-12-3 The efficacy of botulinum toxin for patients with focal dystonia-focused on kinematic evaluation .................................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan Asako Oka
1-13P-12-4 Botulinum therapy to the flexor and extensor hallucis longus by Great toe flexor deformity
............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shonan Tobu General hospital, Chigasaki, Japan Yuka Kurihara
1-13P-12-5 A case confirm the fibers of FHL to the 2nd and 3rd toe by US and electrical stimulation
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shonan Tobu General hospital, Chigasaki,
Japan Hiroshi Tanaka
1-13P-12-6 Botox injection under echography for hyperextension of great toe and extensor digitorum longus.
.... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yanagawa Rehabilitation Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Masao Hiromatsu
1-13P-12-7 Three Cases of Spasticity Treated by Homevisits from Clinic
.................................................................. Kyoto Min-iren Daini Chuuou Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Mitsuru Kobayashi
1-13P-12-8 Using Botulinum Toxin Injection to Intrinsic muscles for Treating Claw Foot Deformity
.................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Brain Attack Center Ohta Memorial Hospital,
Fukuyama, Japan Shigeru Yamori
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Nutriton Management
1-13P-14-1
16:50∼17:50 ――――――― Chairperson/Chiko Kimura
Intake of protein mass and NPC/N suitable for elderly patients in convalescent ward
............................................................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Fukuoka, Japan Nobuto Shimamoto
1-13P-14-2 Nutritional assessment and FIM improvement ratio of disuse syndrome in our hospital
................................... Department of Rihabilitaion, Kansai Rehabilitation Hospital, Toyonaka, Japan Masako Isaka
1-13P-14-3 A correlation between skeletal mass index in patients who have the Videofluorographic and dysphagia
............................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Midorigaoka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Emiri Kishimoto
1-13P-14-4 Effect of comprehensive rehabilitation during four weeks in patient with disuse syndromes
............................................................................................................ Saitama Medical University, Japan Kyoko Maeda
1-13P-14-5 The relation between the nutritional status and the length of stay of patients in the recovery phase
.......................................................................................... Kameda Rehabilitation Hospital, Chiba, Japan Namiko Sada
1-13P-14-6 Relationship between serum albumin level and long-term prognosis in patients with cerebral apoplexy
..........Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kagawa Prefectural central hospital, Kagawa, Japan Yasuhiro Ono
Community Rehabilitation 2
16:50∼17:50 ―――――――――― Chairperson/Eiji Mori
1-13P-16-1 The role of rehabilitation doctors in the medical long-term care ward
..............................Department of Rehabilitation, Tokyo Women’s Medical University, Tokyo, Japan Mayuko Mori
1-13P-16-2 A Report of Chronic Phase Intensive Rehabilitation in Our Convalescent Rehabilitation Wards
...................................................................................... Maki Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Hirokazu Negishi
1-13P-16-3 Inpatient rehabilitation for chronic stroke patients
.................................................................................................... Yokohama rehabilitation cente, Japan Tsuyoshi Yokoi
1-13P-16-4 Aim at a day service based on the EBM
........................................................................................ Matsushita Rehabilitation Clinic, Japan Naofumi Matsushita
1-13P-16-6 Rehabilitation in patients referred to our clinic from recovery rehabilitation ward
............................................................................................ Johsai Neurology Clinic, Shizuoka, Japan Ikuko Sugiyama
1-13P-16-7 The present status of the home-visit rehabilitation in Central Tokyo
.............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nakano Kyouritsu Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Tomoyuki Tanigawa
1-13P-16-8 The characteristics of elderlies in the “village of home welfare” who admitted to a nursing home.
..................................................................... The Elder Cooperative Society Yasuoka, Nagano, Japan Kumiko Honda
1-13P-16-9 Detailed Statistics of “Survey on Persons with Difficulties in Daily Living”
........................................ Department of Rehabilitation Science, Nagano University of Health and Medicine,
Nagano, Japan Keigo Kumamoto
Room 14 (June 9th)
Poster Presentation (Paramedics)
Nutriton Management 1
8:25∼9:25
Chairpersons/Ryo Ohno・Hiromu Terada
1-14K-1-1 The Corporation of Rehabilitation and Nutrition in Natural Disaster -The Experience of Kanto,
Tohoku Heavy Rain-................ Depaetment of Nutrition, Sumida Central Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Haruka Takayama
1-14K-1-2 Effect of the rehabilitation nutrition in the fracture patient with malnutrition
.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medecine, Midorigaoka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Takuya Kusumoto
1-14K-1-3
Nutritional support to a diabetic patient after coronary artery bypass graft(CABG) surgery
....................................... Division of Clinical Nutrition, The Jikei University Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Asako Fukushi
1-14K-1-4 Relation of preoperative nutritional status and postoperative motor function in perioperative patients.
.................................. Department of Physical therapy, Takatsuki General Hospital, Osaka, Japan Keita Murakawa
1-14K-1-5 A Pilot Study to Investigate the Nutritional Status of Home Rehabilitation Service Users
.................................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Hananooka Hospital, Mie, Japan Hitoshi Hashimura
1-14K-1-6 The relation between improvement of Nutritional state and Outcome of home discharge and ADL
............................. Department of Clinical Nutrition and Food Services, Funamashi Rehabilitation Hospital,
Chiba, Japan Yumiko Kiriya
Relationship of nutritional status when starting Dysphagia rehabilitation and prognosis of the feeding ability
.................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Shin-yurigaoka General Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Go Kosugi
1-14K-1-8 Recovery of Activities of Daily Living in stroke patients: age differences and relationship of nutritional status
...................Department of Rehabilitation, Southern Tohoku Second hospital, Fukushima, Japan Takahiro Kondo
1-14K-1-9 Effect of Nutrition Support Team activities on nutritional status and FIM in recovery rehabilitation hospital.
.... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Midorino Rehabilitation Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Hiroyuki Yokono
1-14K-1-7
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Dysphasia 1
8:25∼9:25―― Chairpersons/Yuji Wada・Hideki Bando
1-14K-2-1 Case report of interference current-type low-frequency therapy device has reduced the aspiration
........................ Department of Rehabilitation, Ainomiyako Neurosurgery Hospital, Osaka, Japan Atsushi Teraoka
1-14K-2-2 Cases to perform electrical stimulation to suprahyoid muscles was improved dysphagia
............................................................................................................................. Inobe Hospital, Oita, Japan Yuki Shiino
1-14K-2-3 Dysphagia combined with swallowing training the neck interference wave stimulation device
..... Depaetment of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kagamigahara rehabilitation Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Ryotaro Tanaka
1-14K-2-4 Investigation of swallowing pressure patterns by the SAITAMA method in patients with Wallenberg
syndrome: part1....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University Hospital,
Saitama, Japan Etsuko Yamamoto
Investigation of swallowing pressure patterns by the SAITAMA method in patients with Wallenberg
syndrome: part 2...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University Hospital,
Saitama, Japan Natsumi Nakamata
1-14K-2-6 A method of time based analysis in a series of swallowing for subjects with postural instability.
............... National Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Disabilities, Hospital, Saitama, Japan Takeshi Koinuma
1-14K-2-7 The influence that a change of the posture gives for tongue pressure‐Give a scapula muscles
electrical stimulation‐........................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Ube Rehabilitation Hospital,
Yamaguchi, Japan Yuki Terao
1-14K-2-8 Effects of tongue resistance training using a plastic bottle on suprahyoid muscles activity
1-14K-2-5
..................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hyogo College of Medicine College Hospital,
Hyogo Japan Tomoki Nanto
Dysphasia 2
8:25∼9:25 ――― Chairpersons/Hirotatsu Takahashi・Tomoko Nagata
1-14K-3-1
Improvement of severe dysphagia after high-level cervical spinal cord injury by multidisciplinary
team approach.............................................................Osaka General Medical Center, Osaka, Japan Shizuka Maekawa
1-14K-3-2 Recovery of Oral Feeding after Short-term Intensive Rehabilitation in a Chronic Care Setting:
A Case Report.................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Hananooka Hospital, Mie, Japan Hirofumi Suzuki
A Case of Severe CVD which Achieved Oral Intake by Dysphagia Rehabilitation through the
1-14K-3-3
Orotracheal Intubation Stage.....................................................................Showa General hospital, Japan Reiko Hyuga
1-14K-3-4 One case had been fasting for 2 months owing to SMA thrombosis could shift to oral intake involved
by NST and related job....... Department of Rehabilitation, Nantan General Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Chizuko Tanaka
1-14K-3-5 A case of Ballon catheter treatment methods for Associated Laryngeal Paralysis
..............................................Department of Rehabilitation, Kyoto City Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Natsuko Yasugahira
1-14K-3-6 About NST intervention study of patients with albumin value mild malnutrition in aspiration pneumonia
....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kenotokorozawa Hospital, Saitama, Japan Taisuke Kariwa
1-14K-3-7 The synergetic effects on the improvement of swallow function by swallowing training plus therapeutic
exercise.............. National Hospital Organization Shikoku Cancer Center Department of Rehabilitation, Japan
Tomohiko Fujita
1-14K-3-8 Fact-finding of the Aspiration Pneumia in an Acute Care Hospital
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kariya Toyota General Hospital, Aichi, Japan Sachiyo Hota
1-14K-3-9 Fact-finding of the Aspiration Pneumonia in an Acute Care Hospital2
....................................................................................... Kariya Toyota General Hospital, Aichi, Japan Tomoko Kondo
Amputation
1-14K-4-1
8:25∼9:25 ―――― Chairpersons/Takamitsu Kawazu・Akio Nakagawa
An evaluation of the belt grasping stability by a multi-finger electric prosthetic hand
.......................................................................................................... Rehabitech co., ltd, Kyoto, Japan Masaya Nomura
1-14K-4-2 Physical therapy using artificial leg fitted early after amputations in a case with congenital leg contractures
.... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University Hospital, Saitama, Japan Hironori Kunita
1-14K-4-3 The patient has received that the THA after an above-knee amputation~aimed at walking~
................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Koshu Rehabilitation Hospital, Yamanashi, Japan Ayumi Goya
1-14K-4-4 Experience that produced a trans-femoral prosthesis for one case of short trans-femoral amputee
.......................................... Rakuhoku Prosthetic and Orthotic Manufacturing Co., Ltd, Kyoto, Japan Shizuka Asahi
1-14K-4-5
Effect of graded motor imagery program for a patient with phantom limb pain:Using a single case
study design................................................................................. Kyoto university hospital, Kyoto, Japan Miku Nakatani
Comparison of Mirror Therapy and Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation for Phantom Pain
1-14K-4-6
.... Department of Rehabilitation, Saitama Medical University International Medical center, Saitama, Japan
1-14K-4-7
Yuji Fujino
Development of mechanical ancle-joint with electronic control for ankle foot orthosis
.......................................................................... Hashimoto Artificial Limb Manufacture co., Japan Hiroki Tomiyama
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1-14K-4-8
QOL for lower extremity amputee focusing on role of medical staff at beginning of amputation
.............................................................................................. Tetsudokosaikai Foundation, Tokyo, Japan Yusuke Ohno
Neuromuscular Disease 1
8:25∼9:25 ――― Chairpersons/Fuminobu Sugai・Hiroshi Nagasawa
1-14K-5-1
The gait change by transcranial direct current stimulation in combination with exercise therapy
1-14K-5-2
An example of a multiple system atrophy that was able to participate in wedding the team approach
....... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kakamigahara Rehabilitation Hospital, Gifu, Japan Taiki Kishimoto
...........................................................................................................Ube Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Wataru Kudou
1-14K-5-3 The effectiveness of LSVT BIG & LOUD therapy in patients with Parkinson’s Disease
...................................Department of Rehabilitation, Kyoto Ohara Memorial Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Kei Nakamura
1-14K-5-4 One physical therapy experience to the primary progressive aphasia who exhibited parkinsonism
...... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nishinomiya Kyouritsu Rehabilitation Hospital, Hyogo, Japan
1-14K-5-5
Ryutaro Udo
Effectiveness of LSVT BIG on walking of PD patients
................................................................................. Gosyo-minami Rehabilitation Clinic, Kyoto, Japan Aoi Yoshimura
1-14K-5-6 For Parkinson’s disease patients keep on exercising (from workshops between patients)
................................................................................. Shiga medical center for adults, Shiga, Japan Takeshi Takemura
1-14K-5-7
1-14K-5-8
Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) LOUD for Japanese patients with Parkinson’s disease :
a 6 month follow up..... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, National Center Hospital, National Center of
Neurology and Psychiatry, Tokyo, Japan Keigo Nakayama
Continuous use of mobile delayed auditory feedback system in the life of neurodegenerative patients
with dysarthria................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, National Center Hospital of Neurology and
Psychiatry, Japan Chihiro Oda
Neuromuscular Disease 2
14:30∼15:30――――― Chairpersons/Masahito Mihara・Hideaki Aoki
1-14K-6-1 Rehabilitation after implantation of a ventricular assist device in Becker muscular dystrophy
......................................................................................................... Shinshu University Hospital, Japan Fumi Ichimura
1-14K-6-2 Study on detailed aged deterioration of motor function in patients with Fukuyama congenital muscular
dystrophy...................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Tokyo Women’s Medical University Michiru Adachi
1-14K-6-3 1 example I did ALS development of during convalescent rehabilitation ward hospitalization
................................................................................................ Iwate Prefectural Senmaya Hospital, Japan Fumi Morita
1-14K-6-4 The progress of motor function in inpatients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
............................................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Osaka University Hospital, Japan Naoki Kato
1-14K-6-5 The effect of lower extremity orthosis with Post-polio syndrome: A case report
...........................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University Hospital,
1-14K-6-6
Changes in ADL and QOL scores of polio survivors over 5-year follow-up
Wakayama, Japan Sho Matsushima
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University Hospital of Occupational and Environmental
Health, Fukuoka, Japan Takeshi Murakami
1-14K-6-7 Hospitalized ADL and stress about neuromuscular disease patients at home care patient
.................................................... Graduate School of Human Sciences, Waseda university, Japan Keisuke Yorimoto
1-14K-6-8 Importance of pulmonary rehabilitation in patients with Spinal Muscular Atrophy
..... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, NHO Toneyama National Hospital, Osaka, Japan Hiroshi Yamamoto
Spine
14:30∼15:30 ―――― Chairpersons/Yoshitaka Katayama・Masateru Nagae
1-14K-7-1
A Casereport : Improving the symptoms do the trunk extension exercise in degenerative lumbar
spondylolisthesis....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Midorigaoka Hospital, Osaka, Japan
Nozomu Masago
1-14K-7-2 The Spinal Movement during Forward Elevation of the Arm in Patients with Degenerative lumbar
spondylolisthesis..................................... Department of Rehabilitation, International University of Health and
Welfare Mita Hospital, Japan Kenta Uchikoshi
1-14K-7-3 Two-year outcomes of patients with spinal stenosis treated surgically or nonsurgically after physical therapy
....... Spine Care Center, Wakayama Medical University Kihoku hospital, Wakayama, Japan Masakazu Minetama
1-14K-7-4 Effect of Nutritional States at Hospital Admission in Fresh Vertebral Fracture Patients on
Rehabilitation Outcome.............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Showa Medical, Japan Corporation,
Showa Chuo Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Minako Idenaga
1-14K-7-5 The relationship between the Activities of Daily Living and age of vertebral compression fracture patients
................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Kasaoka daiichi Hospital, Okayama, Japan Hiroshi Nakamichi
1-14K-7-6 Clinical Study Regarding Postoperative Rehabilitation for Adult Spinal Deformity
............................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nantan General Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Hiroyuki Izume
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1-14K-7-7
Factors related to HRQOL following conservative treatment in the patients with thoracolumbar
vertebral fractures.............................Department of Rehabilitation, Hamawaki Orthopaedic Clinic, Japan Shoko Ota
1-14K-7-8 The relationship between physical theraphy and function of ADL in the patient with lumbar
degenerative diseases.........................................Department of Rehabilitation, Hamawaki Orthopaedic Clinic,
Hiroshima, Japan Yoko Matuda
1-14K-7-9 Examination of the flexibility of the Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis patient
...........................Department of Physical therapy, Seirei Sakura Citizen Hospital, Chiba, Japan Manabu Harazono
Dysphasia 3
1-14K-8-1
14:30∼15:30――― Chairpersons/Hiromasa Abe・Kentaro Kobayashi
An example of effective use of the Wallenberg syndrome clinical findings
............................................................ Funabashi Municipal Rehabilitation Hospital, Chiba, Japan Shunsuke Ozawa
1-14K-8-2 A case analysis of the dysphagia patient wearing Palatal Augmentation Prosthesis using 320ADCT
................... Department of Rehabilitation, Japanese Red Cross Ashikaga Hospital, Tochigi, Japan Takeshi Okada
1-14K-8-3 Development of assessment tools of swallowing function using a sheet-like stretch sensor
................................................................. Kobe University Graduate School of Health Sciences, Japan Kaoru Hanaie
1-14K-8-4 Development of assessment tools of swallowing function using a sheet-like stretch sensor
....................................................... Kobe University Graduate school of Health Sciences, Japan Takumi Yamaguchi
1-14K-8-5
Introduction of MASA in our hospital :A proposal of effective utilization
......................................... National Hospital Organization Kyoto Medical Center, Kyoto, Japan Kousuke Morinaga
1-14K-8-6 The investigation of safety method for meal care (by obtaining swallowing sound)
............................................................................................ Hakuai Memorial Hospital, Tokushima, Japan Hiroto Goto
1-14K-8-7 An attempt to construct the Food Intake LEVEL Scale prediction formula in acute stroke patients
........... Rehabilitation Center, Kanazawa Medical University Hospital, Uchinada-machi, Japan Kazuhiro Okamoto
1-14K-8-8 The correlation between dysphagia screening test and use of dysphagia diet: Analysis in a
rehabilitation ward........................................ Kyoto interdisciplinary institute hospital of community medicine,
Gakusai hospital, Kyoto, Japan Yukiko Yamane
Nutriton Management 2
14:30∼15:30――― Chairpersons/Ryuichi Sakamoto・Misa Moriwaki
1-14K-9-1
Nutrition Education to Patient by Using Nutrient Intake Report System
............................................................................................................. Senri Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Mayu Kume
1-14K-9-2 Consideration of muscle mass and change of each index by rehabilitation intervention with high
BCAA blended food.................................................................. Department of rehabilitation, Takehisa Hospital,
Yamaguchi, Japan Makoto Nakae
1-14K-9-3 About the supplement reinforcement by the order system review
.........................................................................................Otowa Rehabilitation Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Hiroko Yamane
1-14K-9-4 The relationship between calf circumference on admission and ADL at discharge in vertebral
compression fracture.................Department of Nutrition and Food Service, Sakurakai Medical Corporation,
Sakurakai Hospital, Japan Maria Nii
1-14K-9-5 The influence by which the absorption energy and nutritional improvement give it to the physical
function and ADL................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Saiseikai Shimonoseki General Hospital,
Yamaguchi, Japan Ryohei Hitaka
1-14K-9-6 Nutritional state of elderly inpatients in the community-based care ward of our hospital
....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokyo Metropolitan Health and Medical Treatment
Corporation Ebara Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Tadashi Takahashi
The Relationship between ADL and the Nutrition for Senior Patients with Respiratory Disease and
Disuse Syndrome...............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Medical Corporated Group Sekitetsukai,
Kyoto, Japan Satoshi Iba
1-14K-9-8 The nutritional management in Tamura Clinic
........................................................................................................................... Tamura Clinic, Japan Toshiko Tomooka
1-14K-9-9 The muscle enhancing effect in the intervention of nutrition and rehabilitation of those dependent on care
.............................................................................................................. Seijo Internal Medicine, Japan Tomokazu Muto
1-14K-9-7
Spinal Cord
14:30∼15:30―――― Chairpersons/Midori Yamanaka・Motoki Okuda
1-14K-10-1 Case study: Affect of Physiotherapy for Cervical disc herniation
......................Department of Rehabilitation, JCHO Tokyo Shinjuku Medical Center, Tokyo, Japan Koji Hamanaka
1-14K-10-2 One case of mucus papillalry ependymoma which is burdened with postoperative rehabilitation
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yamaguchi University Hospital, Yamaguchi, Japan Shu Tahara
1-14K-10-3 Rehabilitation with trunk exercise for the patient underwent THA with cervical myelopathy: a case report
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Siseido General Hospital, Yamagata, Japan Hiroki Sekiba
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1-14K-10-4 Effectiveness of stabilography for cervical spondylotic myelopathy management
................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Tokyo Medical University Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Ryo Ikegami
1-14K-10-5 Post Surgical Chronological Assessment Of Upper Extremity Using “STEF” In Cervical Spondylotic
Patients.............................. Department of Rehabilitation, Otaru General Hospital, Hokkaido, Japan Kaname Kagawa
1-14K-10-6 A study of range of motion due to the presence of cervical color of cervical spondylotic myelopathy
postoperative........................... Department of Rehabilitation, Nantan General Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Naoto Onmura
1-14K-10-7 Treatment results Occupational therapeutic outcome of this Hospital in patients with cervical myelopathy
............................... Department of Rehabilitation, Hakodate Municipal Hospital, Hokkaido, Japan Hiroyuki Miura
1-14K-10-8 Neurorehabilitation of canine spinal injury using magnetic stimulation
........................................................................................ Bayside Animal Clinic, Yokohama, Japan Morito Ogasawara
1-14K-10-9 Recovery of Activities of Diaphragm Motor Units after Spinal Cord Injury
....................................................... Ibaraki Prefectural University of Health Sciences, Ibaraki, Japan Yukako Okuno
Dysphasia 4
15:40∼16:40―――――― Chairpersons/Miho Kawamura・Taiji Okuno
1-14K-11-1 Reflective Learning from the Patient that we faced Moral Dilemmas regard to nursing with Dysphagia
...............................................Part of Nursing, Tomigaoka Rehabilitation Hospital, Nara, Japan Mayuko Kumondai
1-14K-11-2 Involvement of cooks in meal support to the elderly with dysphagia
............................................... Geriatric health services facility for the aged, Chayamanosato, Japan Hideharu Tsuji
1-14K-11-3 The facility that can’t evaluate swallowing tend to ban meal:regional problem
.........................................................................................Midorigaoka visit nursing station, Osaka, Japan Seiji Fujioka
1-14K-11-4 Joint guidance of speech therapist and dietitian to dietary advice of dysphagia patients
.................................................................. Department of Nutrition, Sankuro Hospital, Aichi, Japan Asumi Osamura
1-14K-11-5 Effect of evaluation for swallowing function before Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy
.............................................................................................................. Fukui General Hospital, Japan Naoko Tanikawa
1-14K-11-6 Outcomes of feeding skills among stroke patients allocated tube feeding on admission
............................. Department of Rehabilitation, Tane Neuro-Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Aya Nishihara
1-14K-11-7 The task of food form in the different facilities
............................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Midorigaoka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Yukimi Sakaguchi
1-14K-11-8 Swallowing function of gastric fistula patient in chronic phase
..................................................................... Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, Japan Yasuhiro Yamazaki
1-14K-11-9 The revision of swallowing food in subacute rehabilitation hospital
................................... Chikamori Rehabilitation Hospital (Chikamori Health Care Group), Kochi, Japan Yuka Saito
Nutrition and Dysphasia
15:40∼16:40―――――― Chairpersons/Sosuke Seki・Yasunori Ozeki
1-14K-12-1 Maltidiscliplinary cooperation for Homenutritioncare
....................................................................................................... Kyoto Houmon Eiyousi Net, Japan Toshiko Kiyama
1-14K-12-2 The bukubuku rinse that a dental hygienist in consideration of rehabilitation
............................................................................................................ Fuchihata Dental Clinic, Japan Mikiko Nishibata
1-14K-12-3 The relationship of the oral function based on a functional oral health care in convalescent rehabilitation
ward.....................................................................................................Ube Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Takaaki Oozono
1-14K-12-4 Role in swallowing team of dental hygienist
................................................................... Nursing Department, Midorigaoka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Noriko Kanda
1-14K-12-5 Role of the nurse for patient with dysphagia
.................................................................................... Chikamori Rehabilitation Hospital, Kochi, Japan Megumi Endo
1-14K-12-6 Institutional Standardized Assessment and Care of Oral Cavity in Kaifukuki;Usefulness of Assessment Sheet
............................................................................................. Ukai Rehabilitation Hospital, Aichi, Japan Mayumi Suzuki
1-14K-12-7 Practical training of Dysphagia Rehabilitation in Faculty of Dentistry
............................................................................................... Kanaga Dental University Hospital, Japan Takatoshi Iida
Sports / Para-sports
15:40∼16:40―――― Chairpersons/Yusuke Sasaki・Masaki Katayose
1-14K-13-1 Avulsion fracture of anterior inferior iliac spine in an athlete: a case report
....................................................................................................... Orthopedics Takahiro Clinic, Japan Tatsuya Azuma
1-14K-13-2 The report of the injury history of high school football players based on investigational questionnaire
...............................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nihon University School of Medicine,
1-14K-13-3 Physical Characteristic in Female Senior Tennis Players
Itabashi Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Satoru Mashimo
.........................Department of Rehabilitation, Marutamachi Rehabilitation Clinic, Kyoto, Japan Yoshikazu Azuma
1-14K-13-4 Related factors of the shoulder and elbow pain in youth baseball pitchers
.......................................... Department of Orthopaedic surgery, Nara Medical University, Nara, Japan Ryota Inoue
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1-14K-13-5 For the body characteristics of the university competitive swimmers: Comparison with the general
healthy person............................................................................ University of Tsukuba Hospital, Japan Shinya Iwabuchi
1-14K-13-6 Exercise effect of Medical Law Article 42 facility
.......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hanna central Hospital, Nara, Japan Yuta Morii
1-14K-13-7 Relationship between Upper Limb Motion and Trunk Motion while Serve Wheelchair Tennis
......................................... Rehabilitation Unit, University of Miyazaki Hospital, Miyazaki, Japan Shigeaki Miyazaki
1-14K-13-8 The importance of medical examination of shoulder, elbow and pressure ulcer in wheelchair athletes
...........................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University Hospital,
Wakayama, Japan Shinji Kawasaki
1-14K-13-9 The role of physical therapist in Para-swimming Japan national team of IWAS World Games 2015
............................................................................Amano Rehabilitation Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Masako Yoshioka
Spinal Cord Injury
15:40∼16:40――――Chairpersons/Akira Yoshida・Takashi Hasegawa
1-14K-14-1 Effective of facilitation and anabolic steroid for cervical spinal cord damage that ADL drop a patient
....................................................................................................... Kohshinkai Ogura Hospital, Japan Daisuke Yamada
1-14K-14-2 The Effect of Body Weight Treadmill Training on Chronic Pain of a Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury
.................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Takekawa Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Kazuki Kobayashi
1-14K-14-3 Muscle strength and spasticity in a patient with cervical cord injury combined with BTX, ITB and PT:a
case report................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University Hospital,
Saitama, Japan Kohei Sonae
1-14K-14-4 A case with cervical spinal cord injury resulting in full recovery following rehab during two years
....................................................................... Nishi-niigata Chuo National Hospital, Niigata, Japan Shinichi Hanaoka
1-14K-14-5 Role of medical social worker for a case of re-admission after spinal cord injury
.................................... Department of Medical Referral and Consultation, Fujita Health University Hospital,
Aichi, Japan Kozue Kimura
1-14K-14-6 Immediate improvement of the arms spasticity for Spinal cord injury by using the Tablet device
........................................................................................... Shiga Medical Center for Children, Japan Hidetomo Kamo
1-14K-14-7 Supporting experience of the entrance to the special support class in child with serious spinal cord injury
...................................................................................Nishi-Niigata National Hospital, Niigata, Japan Yuko Tachikawa
1-14K-14-8 The importance of palm direction and forearm pronator position for people with high cervical spinal
cord injuries........................ College, National Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Disabilities, Japan Akane Tokui
Neuromuscular Disease 3
15:40∼16:40―――――― Chairpersons/Hajime Yagura・Masami Ueda
1-14K-15-1 A case study of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome concernded with seating
.............................. Department of Rehabilitaion, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan Hiroshi Yanagihara
1-14K-15-2 Physical therapy for recalcitrant dermatomyositis:A case report
...... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama medical university hospital, Saitama, Japan Daisuke Hirano
1-14K-15-3 Rehabilitation for repeated recurrence Neuromyelitis Optica (NMO)
........................................... Department of Rehabilitation Center, Hidaka Hospital, Gunma, Japan Kazuhiro Miyata
1-14K-15-4 Acute autonomic and sensory neuropathy suffering from orthostatic hypotension recovered by aerobic
exercises.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hikari Municipal Yamato General Hospital,
Yamaguchi, Japan Takayuki Maita
1-14K-15-5 Gait analysis of a case in multifocal motor neuropathy, whose muscle strength improved by monthly
IVIg treatment..................................... Rehabilitation Unit, University Hospital, Kyoto Prefectural University of
Medicine, Japan Kota Takahashi
1-14K-15-6 Physical Therapy for Neuromyelitis Optica with severe Paraplegia: a case report
................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyoto City Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Ayaka Matsubara
1-14K-15-7 A New Treatment for involuntary movement.
........................... Department of Rehabilitation, JCHO Tokyo Shinjuku Medical Center, Japan Shigenori Inaguma
1-14K-15-8 Walking ability at discharge in patients with Guillain-Barre syndrome
.Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University Hospital, Saitama, Japan Yoshihito Komine
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Room 15 (June 9th)
Poster Presentation (Paramedics)
Higher Brain Dysfunction 1
1-15K-1-1
8:25∼9:25 ―――――― Chairpersons/Masaki Kondo・Keiko Mitamura
Rehabilitation of dysgraphia following a right cerebellar hemorrhage. A case report.
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shiseido General Hospital, Yamagata, Japan Shunichi Yokoyama
1-15K-1-2 Wernicke aphasia with foreign accent syndrome
..Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kitasato University East Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Masayasu Hasebe
1-15K-1-3 Training progress of the aphasic 1 case in the working period
...................... Department of Rehabilitation, Kawasaki Medical School Hospital, Okayama, Japan Akiko Miyazaki
1-15K-1-4 A case who become independent from speech avoidance by the mental rehearsal method of
chronology system...................................................... Sakamoto Hospital Annex, Osaka, Japan Hirotsugu Ennokoshi
A Support Program for Aphasia Group Communication Therapy
................................................................................................................ Yamagata National Hospital, Japan Sakiko Sato
1-15K-1-6 The effectiveness of intensive speech therapy and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for patients
with aphasia.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Kyoto Ohara Memorial Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Yuko Mori
1-15K-1-7 Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on motor aphasia following stroke.
1-15K-1-5
................................... Department of rehabilitation medicine, Saitama - Misato sogo rehabilitation hospital,
Saitama, Japan Atsushi Manji
Aphasia two case showed an improvement in function in the language training using the upper limb
paralysis................................................................................................ Tenma Hospital, Tokushima, Japan Hisakazu Sato
The communication and feeding approaches for four children with suspected Worster Drought syndrome
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....................................... Kitakyushu Rehabilitation Center for Children with Disabilities, Japan Hiroko Takahashi
1-15K-1-8
Higher Brain Dysfunction 2
1-15K-2-1
8:25∼9:25 ―――――― Chairpersons/Takeo Kondo・Shuji Terayama
Attendance of traveling for severely disabled people with occupational therapist
........ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, Japan Kenzo Teramura
1-15K-2-2 About driving support of a brain damaged patient in the acute phase
.............................................................................................................................. Izui Hospital, Miyagi, Japan Rui Sasaki
1-15K-2-3 Useful field of view evaluation using a tablet PC for stroke patients
............................................................................................. Saiseikai Toyama Hospital, Toyama, Japan Nanami Sasaki
1-15K-2-4 Middle-aged measurements value of Simple Driving Simulator (SiDS) -Initial report ............................................................................................................................ Moji medical Center, Japan Shinji Wasai
1-15K-2-5 Standard value creation about Stroke Drivers’ Screening Assessment Japanese version for young
1-15K-2-6
healthy subjects.....................................Department of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Medical Technology,
Niigata University of Health and Welfare, Japan Tasuku Sotokawa
A study of neuropsychological criteria in driving rehabilitation program for stroke
...................................... Department of Speech Language Hearing Therapy, Niigata Rehabilitation Hospital,
Niigata, Japan Takuya Sato
Study of factors associated with the driving resumption in driving simulator and neuropsychological testing
................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Chiba Rehabilitation Center, Chiba, Japan Kousuke Takahama
1-15K-2-8 A Driving Support Project Using a Driving Simulator
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Oumi Spa Hospital, Shiga, Japan Takashi Okuno
1-15K-2-7
Higher Brain Dysfunction 3
8:25∼9:25 ――――――― Chairpersons/Aiko Osawa・Fumiko Anzaki
1-15K-3-1 Rehabilitation approach to the stroke patient who gave social behavior disorder
........................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Senri Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Chihiro Miwa
1-15K-3-2 Rehabilitation course of the right supplementary motor cortex lesions exhibited a SMA syndrome
...........................................Department of Rehabilitation, Rakuwakai Otowa Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Tadaaki Nanba
1-15K-3-3 The occupational therapy helped the patient with higher brain dysfunction to organize his thoughts:
Case report......................... Department of Rehabilitation, Otowa Rehailitation Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Akira Shinoda
1-15K-3-4 A case of encephalitis with alcoholism that Higher brain dysfunction made difficult to get ready to discharge
......................................................................................Kitasato University East Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Kengo Ibe
1-15K-3-5
About attentional function of patients with acute cerebral infarction who is considered no problem in
daily living............................................................................ Japanese Red Cross Kobe Hospital, Japan Naoko Yamazaki
Cognitive Function Changes Aged 5 to 28 in People with Childhood-onset Higher Brain Dysfunction
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.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Therapy, Chiba Rehabilitation Center, Chiba, Japan Yuka Nakajima
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1-15K-3-7
A relationship of the factor of MMSE and mental and physical function, social status
1-15K-3-8
The relation between MoCA-J delayed recall and The Rivermead Behavioural Memory Test
................................................................................................................................ Kosen Eluzu, Japan Kouta Yamasaka
......................................................................................... Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital, Japan Yoshie Kawaji
Higher Brain Dysfunction 4
15:40∼16:40――――――Chairpersons/Mika Ogawa・Kenichi Kataoka
1-15K-4-1
Reinstatement of Support for a patient who had cerebral infarction with higher brain dysfunction in
acute hospital...................... Department of Rehabilitation Center, Japan Community health care Organization
Chukyo Hospital, Nagoya, Japan Hagino Misa
1-15K-4-2 Difficulty of the working support that I felt from a follow-up survey
.......................................................................... Nagatomi Neurosurgical Hospital, Oita, Japan Shinsuke Nakashima
1-15K-4-3 One example which presented head traumatic with higher brain dysfunction and did
starting working support..................................... Rakuwakai Otowa Hospital Rehabilitation, Japan Yoshihiko Onishi
Report on getting job for higher brain dysfunction after 2 years training at the employment transition
1-15K-4-4
support office............................................................... Kawasaki University of Medical Welfare, Japan Keiko Tsuchiya
1-15K-4-5 Employment support and future challenges of cognitive dysfunction patients in Mie model
................................................... Rehabilitation Center, Matsusaka Chuo General Hospital, Mie, Japan Yusuke Aoki
1-15K-4-6 Factual survey Mild traumatic brain injury patient’s in Japan. Secondary report
............................................................................. Serie Acupuncture and Moxibustion Clinic, Japan Yoshihiko Koido
1-15K-4-7 The problems of patients of higher brain dysfunction in Tango District, Kyoto Prefecture
................................ North Medical Center, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Tetsuo Hirano
1-15K-4-8 Realities and challenges of social participation in brain injury patients warkers generation
............................................................... Regional alliances room, Sankuro Hospital, Aichi, Japan Kuniyo Takahashi
Higher Brain Dysfunction 5
1-15K-5-1
15:40∼16:40――――― Chairpersons/Tadashi Suzuki・Kazu Amimoto
Development of a game to support rehabilitation for unilateral spatial neglect and the trial use experiences
............................................................. Medical corporation, Junwa, Nagao Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Yumi Madama
1-15K-5-2 The relationship between the clinical course of subjective visual vertical, unilateral spatial neglect and FIM
...................................................Department of Rehabilitation, Kobayashi Memorial Hospital, Japan Yoshinori Imai
1-15K-5-3 Effects of Immobilization of Head and Legs on Subjective Postural Vertical
...................................... Department of Physical Therapy, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan Akiko Koshikawa
1-15K-5-4 Towards a New Affordable and Easy to Use Cognitive Assessment Device: the Assessment of Drawn Circles
....................................................................... Fujita Memorial Institute, Fujita Health University, Japan Abbas Orand
1-15K-5-5 The verification of manipulative forces in AMSD
............................................................................................................. Heisei Rehabilitation College, Japan Tomoki Ota
1-15K-5-6 Effects of Virtural Reality Adaptation on Reacing Task in Normal Subjects
............................................ Department of Physical Therapy, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan Haruka Kawai
1-15K-5-7 The effect of rehabilitation on facial expressions in higher brain dysfunction
................................... Department of Occupational Therapy School of Nursing and Rehabilitation Sciences,
Showa University, Japan Eriko Masuyama
Brain Disease / Higher Brain Dysfunction 15:40∼16:40 ― Chairpersons/Miho Suzuki・Koki Taniuchi
1-15K-6-1
Recovery process from Mitochondrial encephalomyopathy in convalescence rehabilitation ward
......................................................................................Funabashi municipal rehabilicenter, Japan Mikiko Shishikura
1-15K-6-2 Rehabilitation difficulties in a patient with total aphasia and inattention due to left putaminal hemorrhage
................................................................................... Shiseido General Hospital, Yamagata, Japan Ryosuke Ishiyama
1-15K-6-3 Very early intervention of lower limb orthosis for encephalopathy after cardiac arrest: A case report.
.............................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Showa General Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Miyako Murata
1-15K-6-4 Disturbance of consciousness that many types of job collaboration allowed excretion and severe
quadriplegia case................................................ Department of Outpatient Rehabilitation, Marukawa Hospital,
1-15K-6-5
Toyama, Japan Takahiro Kamiya
One case that appeared to apraxia had influence on the gait.
............... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Matsudo Rehabilitation Hospital, Chiba, Japan Takashi Matsui
1-15K-6-6 Reliability of the evaluation for the gait in iNPH patient
.................................... Department of Rehabilitaion, Rakuwakai Otowa Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Hachiro Moriguchi
1-15K-6-7 Usefulness of the CS-30 for the differential diagnosis of the iNPH
.............................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Rakuwakai Otowa Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Aoi Yokouchi
1-15K-6-8 Improvement of the CS-30 in iNPH patient without disuse muscle atrophy
.................................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Rakuwakai Otowa Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Yohei Tsuji
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Room 16 (June 9th)
Combined Symposium 2
8:25∼10:25
Chairpersons / Toyoko Asami・Naohisa Kikuchi
(Japanese Physical Therapy Association, Japanese Association of Occupational Therapists,
Japanese Association of Speech-Language-Hearing Therapists and
The Japanese Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics Combined Program)
Personnel Training in the Rehabilitation Medicine
1.The future and development of physical therapy
...................................................................Japanese Physical Therapy Association, Japan Kazuto Handa.… S200
2.The human resource development and future in rehabilitation from occupational therapy's
perspective......................Japanese Assosiation of Occupational Therapists, Tokyo, Japan Haruki Nakamura.… S201
3.Cultivation and Future Development of Speech-Languege-Hearing Therapists in Japan
.................... Japanese Association of Speech-Language-Hearing Therapists, Tokyo, Japan Junichi Fukaura.… S201
4.Current status and challenges of Prosthetics and Orthotics education in Japan
.................................................. Japanese Academy of Prosthetists and Orthotists, Japan Kazuhiro Sakai.… S202
5.Personnel training and the future of rehabilitation-The perspective of the JARM
.....................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saga University Hospital, Saga, Japan Toyoko Asami.… S202
Luncheon Seminar 9
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Kazuomi Sugamoto
Kinematic of swallowing using dynamic CT development of dysphagia rehabilitation
..................................................... Faculty of Rehabilitation, Fujita Health University, Aichi Yoko Inamoto.… S203
Instructional Lecture 16
14:30∼15:30
Chairperson/Minoru Toyokura
Assessment of Cognitive Dysfunction
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Department
of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sapporo Medical University School of Medicine, Japan Sumio Ishiai.… S205
Instructional Lecture 17
15:40∼16:40
Chairperson/Akio Kimura
(Japanese Association of Speech-Language-Hearing Therapists and
The 17th Japanese Speech-Language-Hearing Association Conference Combined Program)
Basics of Aphasia and Rehabilitation
1.Clinical Aspects of Aphasia
.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Jikei Daisan Hospital, The Jikei University of Medice,
Tokyo, Japan Shu Watanabe.… S206
2.Therapy for aphasics patients.
............................... Department of Rehabilitation, Tohoku University Hospital, Miyagi, Japan. Keiko Endo.… S207
Instructional Lecture 18
16:50∼17:50
Chairperson/Mikoto Baba
(Japanese Association of Speech-Language-Hearing Therapists and
The 17th Japanese Speech-Language-Hearing Association Conference Combined Program)
Basics of Dysphasia and Rehabilitation
1.Dysphagia Rehabilitation
.............................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hamamatsu City Rehabilitation Hospital,
Hamamatsu, Japan Ichiro Fujishima.… S208
2.How to proceed dysphagia therapy
....Faculty of Rehabilitation School of Health Sciences, Fujita Health University, Aichi, Japan Chieko Kojima.… S208
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Instructional Lecture 19
18:00∼19:00
Chairperson/Ryuichi Hirota
(Japanese Association of Speech-Language-Hearing Therapists and
The 17th Japanese Speech-Language-Hearing Association Conference Combined Program)
Basics of Voice Disorder and Rehabilitation
1.Rehabilitation for voice disorder: approach from respiratory and vocal tract system
..... Department of Otolaryngology, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Shigeru Hirano.… S209
2.Behavioral Intervention for Voice Disorders by the Speech-Language-Hearing-Therapist
.Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Faculty of Health and Welfare, Prefectural University of
Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan Osamu Shiromoto.… S209
Room 17 (June 9th)
Poster Presentation (Paramedics)
Stroke 1
8:25∼9:25 ――― Chairpersons/Shinichirou Kawakita・Kenji Suehiro
1-17K-1-1
A case of pontine infarction who accepted approaches for the improvement of consciousness level
......................................................................... Hamamatsu city Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Sayuri Fukuyama
1-17K-1-2 Outcomes of urinary function in stroke patients with an indwelling bladder catheter on admission
............................ Department of Nursing, Tane Neuro-Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Masako Yamazaki
1-17K-1-3 The efficacy of measuring residual urine volume on urinary management in stroke patients
...................................Department of Nursing, Tane Neuro-Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Kumiko Fukui
1 17K 1 4 Examination about the deep vein thrombosis of the patient after neurosurgical operative
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shinkomonnji Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Hidemi Hirano
1-17K-1-5 Current state of the lower limb deep vein thrombosis of acute stroke patients in our hospital
................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shinkomonnji Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Yuutarou Tsutsumi
1-17K-1-6Inter-rater reliability of Cognitive-related Behavioral Assessment about sub-acute stroke patients
.............. Department of Rehabilitation, KEIZAIN-KAI Medical Corporation UKAI Rehabilitation Hospital,
Aichi, Japan Yuki Kawahara
1-17K-1-7 Relation between Cognitive-related Behavioral Assessment and ADL in sub-acute stroke patients
............... Department of Rehabilitation, KEIZAN-KAI Medical Corporation UKAI Rehabilitation Hospital,
Aichi, Japan Masaki Satoh
1-17K-1-8 Cognitive function and ADL in patients with putaminal hemorrhage on the Kaifukuki rehabilitation ward
............................................................. Fujita Health University Nanakuri Memorial Hospital Makoto Watanabe
1-17K-1-9 Real world effectiveness of speech therapy time on cognitive recovery in acute stroke patients
....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Setagaya Memorial Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Kotomi Sakai
Stroke 2
8:25∼9:25 ――――――― Chairpersons/Hideaki Takahata・Toshie Oba
1-17K-2-1
Relevance of the severity, early mobilization and physical function in subarachnoid hemorrhage patients.
... Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Kyoto City Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Masatsugu Okamura
1-17K-2-2
Feature of the cerebral vasospasm case in a rehabirlitation after an open surgery of the subarachnoid
hemorrahge....................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saiseikai Kumamoto Hospital,
1-17K-2-3
Kumamoto, Japan Seiya Nagai
Study of factors affecting the mobilization start in acute hemorrhagic stroke
........ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saiseikaikumamoto Hospital, Kumamoto, Japan Takashi Urakawa
1-17K-2-4
Evaluation method for predicting the complications appearance of intracerebral homorrhage patients
......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saiseikaikumamoto Hospital, Kumamoto, Japan Akito Mitsuyama
1-17K-2-5
Effect of early mobilization using stroke mobility protocol
.................................................. Department of Physical therapy, Takatsuki General Hospital, Japan Koji Uehara
1-17K-2-6
1-17K-2-7
Effect of ambulation path for acute stroke in our hospital-Collaboration of rehabilitation and nursing
department- ......................... Room of Rehabilitation, Nippon Medical School Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Hirotaka Saito
The change of outcome in early stroke rehabilitation with a fulltime arranged therapist in midsized
general hospital...................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Second Okamoto Hospital,
Kyoto, Japan Shintaro Takahashi
Provision of active rehabilitation within 24 h in stroke patients improves activity of daily living.
............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University Hospital, Japan Tokio Kinoshita
1-17K-2-8
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Stroke 3
8:25∼9:25 ――――― Chairpersons/Yorio Koguchi・Takashi Ishihama
1-17K-3-1
Research on brain activity at the time of single stepladder position in cerebrovascular disease patients
.................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Oita Oka Hospital, Oita, Japan Shinsuke Imaoka
1-17K-3-2
Prognosis for cane use in recovering stroke patients using data for two months after the onset.
.................................................................... Okinawa Rehabilitation Center Hospital, Japan Takahiro Yamashiro
1-17K-3-3
The Study of Relationship between Center of Pressure Movement and Body Sway
........................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Uno Hospital, Aichi, Japan Satoshi Tomatsu
1-17K-3-4
1-17K-3-5
1-17K-3-6
Examination of the posture control properties that paid its attention to the unrest distance between
turning points .......................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Uno Hospital, Aichi, Japan Hitomi Tamura
Relationship of walking ability and balance components of stroke by Balance Evaluation Systems
Test (BESTest) ............................... Graduate School of Health Science, Gunma University, Japan Kazuhiro Miyata
A study of factors related to Functional Balance Scale in stroke patients.
........................................................................................Yachiyo Rehabilitation College, Japan Norihiko Kimura
A study of factors related to Functional Balance Scale in stroke patients. (2)
............................................................................ Chiba Minato Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Noriyuki Hoshina
1-17K-3-7
Stroke 4
8:25∼9:25 ― Chairpersons/Nobuyuki Sasaki・Tomofumi Yamaguchi
1-17K-4-1
rTMS and neurocognitive rehabilitation for the treatment of finger function in chronic stroke patient
........................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Atago Hospital, Kochi, Japan Akira Kunitomo
1-17K-4-2
Effects of occupational therapy with magnetic stimulation of the hemiplegic arm in a stroke patient
.......................................................Department of Rehabilitation, Kohnan Hospital, Sendai, Japan Shota Yoshida
1-17K-4-3
1-17K-4-4
1-17K-4-5
Effect of transcranial magnetic stimulation and rehabilitation combination on chronic phase cerebral
hemorrhage ............................................................................. Kikyogahara Hospital, Nagano, Japan Shogo Aoyagi
High frequency rTMS to the recovery phase, botulinum treatment to life stages, the combination of
physical therapy .............................................................. Kikyougahara Hospital, Nagano, Japan Hisashi Takeuchi
Examination of the trainig after transcranial direct current stimulation for the improvement of upper
extremities..............................Department of rehabilitation Medicine, International University of Health and
Welfare Hospital, Japan Chika Someya
1-17K-4-6High-rTMS Combined with Neurocognitive Rehabilitation for Upper Limb Hemiplegia after Stroke
...................................................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Atago Hospital, Japan Manabu Okita
1-17K-4-7Long-term effectiveness in repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for upper limb paralysis.
........................................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Hokuto Hospital, Obihiro, Japan Jinhe Feng
1-17K-4-8 Magnetic stimulation of the proximal upper limb muscles : comparison with electrical stimulation.
............... Department of Rehabilitation, Southern TOHOKU Second Hospital, Fukushima, Japan Koji Watanabe
1-17K-4-9Long-term effects of low-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation for chronic stroke patients
.................................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Kawamura Hospital, Gifu, Japan Yuichi Hirakawa
Stroke 5
8:25∼9:25 ――― Chairpersons/Masashi Hosomi・Kouhei Marumoto
1-17K-5-1
Effects of Constraint induced movement therapy on the Lower Limb in stroke patients
.................................................. Ohkawara Neurosurgical Hospital, Muroran, Hokkaido, Japan Kenta Hiratsuka
1-17K-5-2
On combination-therapy through a case-analysis.
...................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, ainomiyako Hospital, Osaka, Japan Hiroki Karato
1-17K-5-3
1-17K-5-4
Effects of RFE with NMES, vibratory stimulation on the hand and eye movement disorders in a patient
with stroke. ................................................................. Kohshinkai Ogura Hospital, Kagoshima, Japan Takashi Hoei
Effects of upper limb rehabilitation on daily function and real-world arm activity in patients with
chronic stroke........................... Department of Rehabilitation, Ohkawara Neurosurgical Hospital, Muroran,
Hokkaido, Japan Takamichi Tamiya
1-17K-5-5 Effects of combined repeat facilitation exercise and task-oriented training on severe arm impairment
............................................................................... Northern Fukushima medical center, Japan Takurou Ohashi
1-17K-5-6 A case improved upper limb function with actively exercise by family
.................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Setagaya memorial Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yukie Kitazawa
1 17K 5 7Constraint-induced movement therapy combined with several neuro-modulation devices for stroke patient
....... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kanasai Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Shinichi Natsuyama
1-17K-5-8 An attempt to quantify the magnitude of affected arm in real-world between the constraint-induced
movement therapy..................... Department of Rehabilitation, hospital of Hyogo college of medicine, Japan
Takashi Takebayashi
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1-17K-5-9
Effect of modified Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy (mCIMT) for convalescent stroke patients in
our hospital.................................... Department of Occupational Therapy, Tokyo Bay Rehabilitation Hospital,
Chiba, Japan Yusuke Masuda
Stroke 6
1-17K-6-1
1-17K-6-2
1-17K-6-3
1-17K-6-4
1-17K-6-5
1-17K-6-6
1-17K-6-7
1-17K-6-8
1-17K-6-9
8:25∼9:25 ―― Chairpersons/Syunji Mutsumoto・Yoshihiro Muraoka
A patient improved upper limb function in combination HANDS therapy and Repetitive Facilitation
Exercise therapy................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Setagaya Memorial Hospital,
Tokyo, Japan Ryuta Mizoguchi
Increasing usage of a paretic upper limb by Occupational Therapy with MURO Solution in an acute
stroke patient................. Department of Rehabilitation, Kashiwaba Neurosurgical Hospital, Hokkaido, Japan
Yuichi Kogami
One example was observed upper limb function improved by the combination of IVES and Botulinum
taxin therapy ......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Uno Hospital, Aichi, Japan Misako Kitagawa
For convalescence stroke hemiplegia patient, and the therapeutic effect of the short time of IVES
................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shimada Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Kenta Tanaka
Effects of Integrated Volitional control Electrical Stimulator on active finger extention for hemiplegia
.............. Department of Rehabilitation Medecine, Fujii Neurosurgical Hospital, Isikawa, Japan Shoko Sakamoto
A case of cerebral infarction whose hemiplegia was rapidly improved with TES rehabilitation by
stroke nurse.............................................................................. Nagahama City Hospital, Japan Shintaro Sugiyama
Effects of intensive occupational therapy with electrical stimulation for stroke patients in the recovery phase
...................... Department of Kaifukuki Rehabilitation, Beppu Rehabilitation Center, Oita, Japan Takamasa Yano
Occupational therapy with MURO solution to paretic upper limbs:Results analysis by finger motor
function levels.......................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Kashiwaba Neurosurgical Hospital,
Sapporo, Japan Tomoya Sakano
Repetitive Facilitative Exercise with or without Electrical Stimulation in stroke patients with severe
hemiplegia.......................................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Nanakuri Memorial Hospital,
Fujita Health University, Japan Hitoshi Onishi
Acute Phase Rehabilitation
8:25∼9:25 ―――――― Chairpersons/Yumi Asano・Yoshihisa Kusagi
1-17K-7-1
Analysis of incidents on Orthopedic patients in the acute phase rehabilitation
................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chugoku Rosai Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Mitsuo Tagami
1-17K-7-2
Actions by our medical team in order to improve the quality of life for our severely paralyzed patients
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shinkomonji Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Yuuta Zenmyou
1-17K-7-3
Efficacy of team medical care in acute rehabilitation
............................................................................................ KENOTOKOROZAWA HOSPITAL, Japan Aya Ohara
1-17K-7-4
Can An Early Rehabilitation Round Prevent the Immobility Status In the Hospitalized Acute Phase?
............................................................................ Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital, Japan Takahiro Ebuchi
1-17K-7-5
Intraoperative positioning training course by physical therapist for surgical nurses
................................................................................... Toho University Omori Medical Center, Japan Shogo Mori
1-17K-7-6
The result of a recognition survey of occupational therapist in our critical care medical center
................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Osaka Saiseikai Senri Hospital, Osaka, Japan Yudai Fujimoto
1-17K-7-7
1-17K-7-8
1-17K-7-9
A study on the effect of multidisciplinary conference from early in the internal medicine ward is on
the length of stay.............................................................................. Yawata medical center, Japan Takuhumi Ikeda
Change in the rehabilitation implementation status after ADL maintain and improve system adds
introduction ............ Department of Rehabilitation, KARIYA TOYOTA General Hospital, Aichi, Japan Sumiko Kono
Validation of efficiency of payment for structure conserving ADL ~More severe inpatient and
conserving ADL~..................... Department of Acute Rehabilitaion, Rehabilitation Center, Hidaka Hospital,
Gunma, Japan Tomoyuki Shinohara
Convalescent Rehabilitation 1
14:30∼15:30 ――― Chairpersons/Ken Hino・Yukinori Hashimoto
1-17K-8-1
Reliability of a performance evaluation tool based on the modified Barthel Index for stroke patients
... Division of Occupational Therapy, Faculty of Care and Rehabilitation, Seijoh University, Japan Tomoko Ohura
1-17K-8-2
1-17K-8-3
Disease specific prediction accuracy of the BI using the stroke functional recovery prediction software
RES-4 ................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kenoutokorozawa Hospital, Saitama, Japan Emi Matuoka
A survey on very old patients after stroke at the convalescent rehabilitation ward
........................................................................... National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology Kenichiro Maki
Home reversion rate and features of the lower urinary tract dysfunction in recovery rehabilitation ward
.............................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Oita Toubu Hospital, Oita, Japan Yumi Ota
1-17K-8-4
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1-17K-8-5
Examination of the factors predicting outcome of patients with cerebral infarction in our hospital
................................. Dept. of Rehabilitation, Kitakyushu General Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Masakazu Okamoto
1-17K-8-6
Examination of the period until the recovery ward of stroke patients of our hospital
.................................................. Department of rehabilitation, Tokyo general hospital, Tokyo, Japan Kouta Hobo
1-17K-8-7
Investigation and measures of factors on the outcome destination of our hospital discharge patients
........................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yasue Hospital, Gihu, Japan Toshikazu Sato
1-17K-8-8
Relative comparison of outcome and the FIM in the convalescence rehabilitation ward
........................................................................................ Meisei rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Ayaka Yamaguchi
Convalescent Rehabilitation 2
14:30∼15:30 ―――― Chairpersons/Chikako Yoneda・Ikuko Sakai
1-17K-9-1
The try which makes a schedule of a rehabilitation automatically
........................................................................................... Kanasai Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Kouichi Ishida
1-17K-9-2
The back bround for introduction of Dementia support team in the recovery rehabillitation hospital
................................................................................... Zenjyoukai Rehabilitation Hosoital, Japan Yachiyo Tateishi
1-17K-9-3 Diagnosis of Physical Therapy for Ambulation in Hospital: Development of Clinical Prediction Rules
............................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kishigawa Rehabilitation Hospital,
Wakayama, Japan Takuma Nakaguchi
1-17K-9-4 Creating and evaluation of the release criteria for mobilization sensor
.................................................Medical Corporation TOMIGAOKA Rehabilitation Hosptal, Japan Miyuki Minari
1 17K 9 5 Report of patients transfer to rehabilitation room by nurse in our hospital
...................................... Department of Nursing, Wakayama Medical University Hospital, Japan Sayuri Shimode
1-17K-9-6 Change of the lifestyle of the patient who received living guidance of the self-blood pressure management
.............................................................................. General Aoyama Hospital Nursing part, Aichi, Japan Aya Kato
1-17K-9-7 Differences between the therapist and the nurse on the assessment of independence of patient’s transfer
............................ Department of Rehabilitation, Kurashiki Rehabilitation Hospital, Okayama, Japan Naoto Ohno
1 17K 9 8 Recovery phase rehabilitation stayout overnight chekurisuto discussin
............................................. Asanogawa general hospital, medical coporation, Ishikawa, Japan Misato Murakita
1-17K-9-9 Action to fix made ADL in a ward. . . Introduction of organization and the ADL list of the getting up team. . .
..............................................Medical corporation Jyoujinkai Ushiku Aiwa general hospital, Japan Mai Kusunoki
Stroke 7
14:30∼15:30――――――― Chairpersons/Kenji Mori・Takashi Ishikura
1-17K-10-1 Rehabilitation outcome in super old stroke patients of our hospital
................................................................................... Ashikaga Red Cross Hospital, Tochigi, Japan Taiki Yokawa
1-17K-10-2 About the function convalescence in the stroke convalescence reha ward ~Pay your attention to early
cognitive FIM~....................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Rakusaishimizu Hospital,
Kyoto, Japan Shunsuke Ishida
1-17K-10-3 Factors affecting the ability of walking after 4 weeks the onset of thalamic hemorrhage
.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Social Medical Corporation Sapporo Teichinkai,
Sapporo, Japan Megumi Okawada
1-17K-10-4 Examination of the factors predicting outcome of patients with cerebral infarction in our hospital
..................................... Dept. of Rehabilitation, Kitakyushu General Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Yuichi Nakayama
1-17K-10-5 Factors effecting on hospital days of aged 75 and older with stroke -Studies focused on key persons’
relationships- ........................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Tomita Hospital, Aichi, Japan Kazuki Kiuchi
1-17K-10-6 The factor reduces predictive accuracy of prognostic prediction method using logarithmic model for
stroke patients ........... Department of Rehabilitation, JCHO Tokyo Shinjuku Medical Center, Japan Yosuke Kimura
1-17K-10-7 Evaluation of predictive factors for discharge to home of acute storke rehabilitation patients in our hospital
....................................... Rehabilitation Medicine Center, Kyoto Katsura Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Takeshi Nishida
1-17K-10-8 Prediction of outcome in hemiplegia at 2 weeks poststroke by decision tree analysis
.......................... General Incorporated Foundation Reimeikyo, Hirosaki Stroke and Rehabilitation Center,
Aomori, Japan Yasuhiko Miura
1-17K-10-9 A study on the outcome of the super-aged stroke patients in Kumamoto sphere
...................................................Department of Rehabilitation, Konan Hospital, Kumamoto, Japan Shinji Nohara
Stroke 8
14:30∼15:30 ――――― Chairpersons/Toshinari Hamanaka・Morihiro Tsujishita
1-17K-11-1 Effect of posture on perception of verticality in a patient with a symptom like lateropulsion: a case report
........................... Department of Rehabilitation, Saitama Medical University International Medical Center,
Saitama, Japan Mamiko Harimoto
1-17K-11-2 Case of improved the walking ability of brainstem infarction patient by exercise using dual lower
extremities ..................................Department of Rehabilitation, Mukaijima Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Akiha Sakamoto
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1-17K-11-3 Differences of timeline in gait cycle between affected and sound side for participant with stroke
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Kinkai Rehabilitation Hospital, Tottori, Japan Mito Ryomon
1-17K-11-4 Investigation of the knee flexion angles of the affected legs of hemiplegic stroke patients during gait
...............................................Fujita Health University Nanakuri Memorial Hospital, Tsu, Mie, Japan Hiroki Ogawa
1-17K-11-5 The motor learning effect of motor imagery in gait exercise of hemiplegic patients
............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Oumi Onsen Hospital, Shiga, Japan Yuka Nishimura
1-17K-11-6 Efficacy and safety of the early exercise by upright standing position in the patients after surgery for
m-m SAH .................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Showa General Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Kenichi Arai
1-17K-11-7 Usefulness of relieving lift POPO in stroke critically ill patients
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kenotokorozawa hospital, Sijinnkai, Social medical
corporation, Saitama, Japan Azusa Kishi
1-17K-11-8 Do early standing useful using lift in acute stroke rehabilitation?
................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Hanwa Memorial Hospital, Osaka, Japan Kazuhiro Tokuda
Stroke 9
14:30∼15:30――――― Chairpersons/Yoichi Teramoto・Makoto Miwa
1-17K-12-1 A hemiplegic patient changed in gait using functional electrical stimulation in the hospital
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Zenjokai Rehabilitation Hospital, Aichi, Japan Hiroshi Watanabe
1-17K-12-2 Use experience of functional electrical stimulation in walking convalescent stroke patients
........................... Department of Rehabilitation, Gunma Rehabilitation Hospital, Gunma, Japan Atushi Sakamoto
1 17K 12 3 The motor learning effect of gait exercise using functional electrical stimulation in hemiplegic patients.
................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Oumionsen Hospital, Shiga, Japan Ryota Maegawa
1-17K-12-4 Availability of ratio of improvement in cadence to that in step length as an index for gait evaluation
......................... Kansai Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokuyukai Medical Corporation, Toyonaka, Japan Shiori Tanaka
1-17K-12-5 An examination of factors about the effect of functional electrical stimulation in stroke patients
......................... Department of Rehabilitation, Hyogo College of Medicine Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Koichiro Sota
1 17K 12 6 The combined effect of early BoNT/A and physical therapy.
................. Department of Rehabilitation, Ainomiyako Neurosugery Hospital, Osaka, Japan Ryunosuke Kimiura
1-17K-12-7 The effectiveness of the botulinum treatment from an early stage
..................................................................................Kikyougahara Hospital, Nagano, Japan Yusuke Shimamoto
Respiratory Disease/ Others
14:30∼15:30――――― Chairpersons/Kazuya Ishida・Yoshimi Matsuo
1-17K-13-1 For return at-home from the respirator management of the oldest old
................................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Showa General Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yuta Suzuki
1-17K-13-2 Change of Respiratory function during CPX in patients with Chronic Thromboembolic Pulmonary
Hypertension (CTEPH) .... Department of Rehabilitation, Tokyo Women’s Medical University, Japan Taku Adachi
1-17K-13-3 Relationship between exercise induced hypoxemia and left ventricular diastolic function in COPD
..... Division of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chemotherapy Research Institute Hospital, Chiba, Japan Masashi Zenta
1-17K-13-4 Detection of factors related to the consequences and the arrival ADL in rehabilitation intervention of
pneumonia ............................................................................ Konan Hospital, Kumamoto, Japan Hiromitsu Tsutsui
1-17K-13-5 Relationship of nutritional status and hospitalization period of admission in aspiration pneumonia in our
hospital ........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kenoutokorozawa Hospital, Saitama, Japan Megumi Iizuka
1-17K-13-6 In 4 weeks inpatient pulmonary rehabilitation, Study of 6 minutes walking distance of 2 weeks time and
4 weeks time. ...................................................................................Setouchi City Hospital, Japan Yoshihito Motoie
1-17K-13-7 The effect of original early mobilization in the intensive care unit:follow-up study
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University Hospital,
Wakayama, Japan Yasuhisa Fujita
1-17K-13-8 The influence that the early intervention in the pneumonia inpatient gives to a rehabilitation implementation
rate.............................................................................................................. Minamitama Hospital, Japan Masaru Ide
1-17K-13-9 The characteristics, rehabilitation and outcome of patients with burn injury.
................. Department of Rehabilitation, Saitama Medical University International Medical Center, Japan
Junji Nishimoto
Stroke 10
14:30∼15:30―――――― Chairpersons/Fumi Toda・Tamako Miyamae
1-17K-14-1 Intervention convalescent hospital looked from post-discharge visit: case report
............................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Otowa Rehailitation Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Daiki Yagi
1-17K-14-2 Example that I utilized ICF for a brain bleeding patient of the young onset, and rebuilt the living
environment................................. Rehabilitation part, Medical Corporation Houseikai Higasinaebo Hospital,
Hokkaido, Japan Yuka Saito
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1-17K-14-3 The state of the future’s convalescent RIHA intervention learned from a case
..................................... Convalescent rehabilitation family, Kenwakai hospital, Nagano, Japan Shigeki Miyajima
1-17K-14-4 A Case Report: the Walking aid and Environment Configuration Reduce the Assistance of Stroke
Patient’s Transfer........................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Kurashiki Rehabilitation Hospital,
Okayama, Japan Shioko Hayashi
1-17K-14-5 The follow-up study CVA(12)Joints ROM from 10years in the onset of Long-term care insurance user
...................................................... Department of Medical health, Kinjo University, Hakusan, Japan Shunji Sawa
1-17K-14-6 The verification of the plan of home renovation based on the mobility for stroke patients
..........................................................National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, Aichi, Japan Yoshie Omiya
1-17K-14-7 Cognitive and physical function related to the level of independence in toileting on stroke patients
................................ Department of Physical Therapy, Yachiyo Rehabilitation College, Chiba, Japan Atsushi Sato
1-17K-14-8 Status Report of A Clinical Pathway for the Local Stroke Network in my hospital
...........................................................................................Nagoya Daini Red Cross Hospital, Japan Yushi Mitani
Stroke 11
15:40∼16:40―――― Chairpersons/Mami Kodama・Hiromi Yoshikawa
1-17K-15-1 The example by which cooperation with a visit rehabilitation staff led to early detection of a problem.
.................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Okayama Central Hospital, Okayama Japan Eiji Kamaeguchi
1-17K-15-2 For aphasia example of using the language hearing therapy visit rehabilitation of our hospital
................................. Medical Corporation Foundation Kenkoukai, General Tokyo Hospital, Japan Shinya Omiya
1 17K 15 3 Activities of daily living of outpatient rehabilitation user in post-discharge kaifukuki rehabilitation ward
................................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Tomita Hospital, Aichi, Japan Shinsuke Asakura
1-17K-15-4 The status report of severe patients who are attending in Department of Rehabilitation on our clinic
............................. Depertment of Rehabilitation Medicine Wakayama Medical University, Japan Takayasu Sakai
1-17K-15-5 Examination of validity of the prediction formula activities of daily living scale by primary care giver.
................................................................................... Kannsai Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Toshikatsu Kaneda
1 17K 15 6 Can you predict life space of community-dwelling stroke patients?
....................................................................................... Hatsudai Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Makoto Oikawa
1-17K-15-7 Effect of visit rehabilitation for stroke patients after discharge from convalescent hospital
...................................................................................Tokuyukai Rehabilitation Clinic, Japan Mayumi Sonoyama
Stroke 12
1-17K-16-1
1-17K-16-2
1-17K-16-3
1-17K-16-4
1-17K-16-5
1-17K-16-6
1-17K-16-7
1-17K-16-8
1-17K-16-9
Stroke 13
15:40∼16:40―――――――― Chairpersons/Akane Doi ・Syunji Sawa
Case of improved the paralysis on upper limb function by exercise using of repeated practice with
simple task ................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Mukaijima Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Shigenori Kawai
Rotator cuff tear as a cause of disturbing impartment in paretic upper limb:A case report in one patient
with stroke.............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University Hospital,
Saitama, Japan Yukari Habuka
Attempt of intervention for severe sensory impairment using the upper limbs pressurization supporters
........................................................................... Gosho-Minami Rehabilitation Clinic, Kyoto, Japan Hiroki Mouri
Appearance of phantom limb as needed
.......................................................................... Ashikaga Red Cross Hospital, Tochigi, Japan Isamu Matsukawa
Progress and pattern of botulinum toxin therapy in stroke patients
......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Uno Hospital, Aichi, Japan Hisakazu Sugiura
Contents of exercise in stroke Occupational therapy comprehensive inpatients (kaifukuki) Rehabilitation
Ward......................... Division of Rehabilitation, Fujita Memorial Nanakuri Institute, Fujita Health University,
Mie, Japan Hiroyuki Miyasaka
Quantitative evaluation of the angle changes in upper extremity ADL movement of hemiparetic patients
after stroke...............................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Keio University School of Medicine,
Tokyo, Japan Atsuko Nishimoto
Approach in our hospital for reflex sympathetic dystrophy in the acute stage of stroke
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yoshida Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Chiaki Tomita
Management and future issues for acute stroke patients with shoulder pain in emergency hospital
.... Tokyo Bay Urayasu/Ichikawa Medical Center Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Japan Nobuto Fukuoka
15:40∼16:40――― Chairpersons/Yuichiro Matsuo・Kazuhiro Harada
1-17K-17-1 A cases that improved walking ability by early botulinum therapy and long term follow up with both
equinovarus foot. ............................................. Gosho-minami Rehabilitation Clinic, Kyoto, Japan Chiaki Kitagawa
1 17K 17 2 Gait training with a KAFO after botulinum toxin therapy in a post-stroke paitient:a case report
......................................................................................................... Sakurakai Hospital, Japan Atsushi Kinoshita
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1-17K-17-3 Effect of the botulinum toxin therapy for chronic CVA hemiplegic gait~Using a three-dimensional
motion analysis~............................................................. Ashikaga Red Cross Hospital, Tochigi, Japan Kei Noguchi
1-17K-17-4 Chronological change of body function after treatment of botulinum toxin
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Niigata Rehabilitation Hospital, Niigata, Japan Kenji Muramatsu
1-17K-17-5 1 case showed changes in the gait by the movement therapy after Botox treatment for stroke
hemiplegia patient.....................Nishinomiya kyouritsu Rehabilitation Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Hiroyuki Nakagami
1-17K-17-6 Import effect of Botulinum toxin inject for chronic stroke patient;a case report
...................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Fukuokamirai Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Suguru Sakaguchi
1-17K-17-7 Botulinum toxin-A therapy with rehabilitation in post-stroke spastici
.............Department of Rehabilitation Rehabilitation Medicine, Social medial corporation Ichinomiyanishi
Hospital, Aichi, Japan Takuya Makimoto
Stroke 14
15:40∼16:40―――――――― Chairpersons/Hiroshi Takata・Jun Saito
1-17K-18-1 The acute effect of visual stimulus on motor function after stroke: kinesthetic illusion vs. action observation
.......................... Department of Rehabilitation, Asahikawa Rehabilitation Hospital, Asahikawa, Japan Toru Inada
1-17K-18-2 Effect of kinesthetic illusion induced by visual stimulus on the upper-limb motor function recovery of
after stroke..... Depertment of Rehabilitation, Asahikawa Rehabilitation Hospital, Asahikawa, Japan Naoki Matsuda
1-17K-18-3 Effect of the elastic bandage against the numbness caused by cerebrovascular disorder
................................................................. Hamamatsu-city Rehabilitation Hospital, Shizuoka, Japan Yuuki Hikita
1-17K-18-4
1-17K-18-5
1-17K-18-6
Physiotherapy for the totally blind patient who gave Pushing with the sensory disturbance by a
cerebral embolism ...................... National Hospital Organization, Yamagata National Hospital, Japan Sayaka Sugai
One case of the brainstem infarction that accepted improvement by physiotherapy to musculoskeletal
system ........................................................... Tsuchiura Kyodo General Hospital, Ibaraki, Japan Takeshi Nakayasu
Recovery process of autonomic function assessed by heart rate variability after acute stroke
......................... Department of Rehabilitation, Kariya TOYOTA General Hospital, Aichi, Japan Takashi Hoshino
1 17K 18 7 Characteristics of lower limb muscle activities during lateral bending in hemiplegic patients
...................................................................Rehabilitation center, Oumionsen Hospital, Shiga, Japan Kazuhiro Ito
1 17K 18 8 Relationship of diabetes and the motor function in convalescent stroke patients
................................................................................................... Setagaya Memorial Hospital, Japan Wataru Kato
1-17K-18-9 Active circuit training brings about a high Functional Independence Measure efficiency in severe
elderly stroke...................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Fukuoka Seisyukai Hospital,
Fukuoka, Japan Takeshi Tsutsumi
Convalescent Rehabilitation 3
15:40∼16:40 ――――― Chairpersons/Naoko Kiritani・Kazunori Ito
1-17K-19-1 About change of FIM motor items convalescence rehabilitation ward leaving hospital one month later
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kansai Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Makiko Hayakawa
1-17K-19-2 Functional independence Measure predicution of fracture patients in convalescent rehabilitation ward
................................................................................. Shimonoseki Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Shoichi Muraya
1-17K-19-3 Relationship of FIM improvement rate and return home in convalescent rehabilitation ward
..... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kakamigahara Rehabilitation Hospital, Gifu, Japan Keisuke Yoshida
1-17K-19-4 Study of the inpatient days and ADL change between severity of ADL for inpatients in rehabilitation hospital
.................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Sodegaura Satsukidai Hospital, Chiba, Japan Noriyuki Abe
1-17K-19-5 Predictive factors of discharge outcome from hospital in subacute stroke rehabilitation
.......................................................... Department of Nursing, Edogawa Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Mizuho Shibuya
1-17K-19-6 Characteristics of MMSE sore and improvent cases more than 27 in Kaihukuki rehabilitation ward
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Takekawa Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Futoshi Nibe
1-17K-19-7 Comparison of the clinical path before and after the introduction of the vertebral compression fracture
patients ....................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kimura Hospital, Nagoya, Japan Tomokazu Miyazaki
1-17K-19-8 Walking ability of the Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward inpatient ~ Using walk FIM and BBS ~
.................................... Takekawa Hospital Medical Corporate Body KEN-IKUKAI, Japan Masakazu Ogasawara
Convalescent Rehabilitation 4
15:40∼16:40 ―――― Chairpersons/Tadato Oikawa・Akira Otsuka
1-17K-20-1 Research of necessary case in acute period treatment at the recovery rehabilitation unit in our hospital
.................................. Department of nursing, Nakamura Memorial Hospital, Sapporo, Japan Masaki Hisamatsu
1-17K-20-2 The Clinical Indicators of Convalescent Rehabilitation Hospital by the Tokyo Metropolitan Hospital
Association..................................... Medical Care Information Management Committee, Tokyo Metropolitan
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Hospitals Association, Japan Hiroki Ishihama
1-17K-20-3 Problems to the implementation for EBP in Kaifukuki rehabilitation ward
............................................... Interprofessional Education Research Center, Graduate School of Nursing,
Chiba University, Japan Ikuko Sakai
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1-17K-20-4 Study of factors related to homebound after discharge convalescence rehabilitation ward
........................ Department of Rehabilitation, Takekawa Hospital Medical Corporate Body KEN-IKUKAI,
Tokyo, Japan Akiko Shigenai
1-17K-20-5 The significance of psychological screening in convalescent ward
................................................................................... Shiga Medical Center for Adults, Japan Sachiko Watanabe
1-17K-20-6 The relation between experience of hospital social worker and characteristics of the patients
.............................................................................................Ukai Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Kumiko Okuoka
1-17K-20-7 The clinical benefits of night shift by the physical and occupational therapist
......................................................................... Hakuai Memorial Hospital, Tokushima, Japan Hiroyuki Imatomi
1-17K-20-8 Necessity of home-visit rehabilitation in recovery phase rehabilitation ward in the case of domestic life
problems. ...................................................................... Cooprehabilitation Hospital, Okayama, Japan Masaaki Sato
1-17K-20-9 Consideration about the medical expenses acute phase and recovery phase in cerebral infarction patient
....................................................................................... Aijinkai Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Masanobu Ogaki
Miscellaneous
15:40∼16:40 ――― Chairpersons/Sumito Nakamura・Hidekazu Kofuku
1-17K-21-1 The efficacy of the lift for movement for a nursing care giver
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shizioka City Shimizu Hospital, Shizuoka, Japan Kiyohiro Nagai
1-17K-21-2 Use of tablet devices in clinical rehabilitation
............................Department of Rehabilitation, Kariya Toyota General Hospital, Aichi, Japan Atsuko Hayakawa
1-17K-21-3 Reporting of international disaster relief experience
............Department of Rehabilitation, National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, Aichi, Japan Naoya Asano
1-17K-21-4 Possibility of support activities by the physical therapist in DMAT (Disaster Medical Assistance Team)
... Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Kyoto City Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Masatsugu Okamura
1-17K-21-5 Investigation, examination about the low back pain of healthcare occupations
.................................................................................... Yokohama City Minato Red Cross Hospital Ryota Hiyoshi
1-17K-21-6 Relevance of self-efficacy and stress reaction using POMS2 in the rehabilitation profession
................. Department of Rehabilitation, Yamaguchi Rehabilitation Hospital, Yamaguchi, Japan Takuya Nishino
1-17K-21-7 Factors that predict patient satisfaction with rehabilitation
................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shindo Hospital, Asahikawa, Japan Naoki Kondou
Room 18 (June 9th)
Oral Presentation
Dysphagia 1
8:25∼9:25 ――――― Chairperson/Manabu Nonogaki
1-18-1-1
Severe Dysphagia in Systemic Sclerosis/Polymyositis Improved after IVIG and Rehabilitation
..................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokushima University Hospital, Tokushima, Japan Nori Sato
1-18-1-2
A Case of Suspected Sotos Syndrome with Prolonged Dysphagia After Cardiac Surgery
............................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan Kentaro Kaji
1-18-1-3
Swallowing training in a patient with Nakajo-Nishimura Syndrome
.................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama medical university, Wakayama, Japan Chika Sato
1-18-1-4
Dysphagia rehabilitation for Multiple system atrophy(MSA-C) based on high-resolution manometry
..............................Department of Medical Treatment, Iwate Rehabilitation Center, Iwate, Japan Yoshitomo Sato
1-18-1-5
Effects of deep brain stimulation in the swallowing function of patients with Parkinson's disease
......................................... Hokkaido University Hospital Rehabilitation Medicine, Sapporo, Japan Haruko Chiba
1-18-1-6
Start-up of eating and swallowing support team
......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Rehabilitation Center of Sapporo Nishimaruyama Hospital,
1-18-1-7
Sapporo, Japan Shigeki Hashimoto
Prognosis of dysphagia in patients with cerebral hemorrhage being tube-fed after rehabilitation
....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Fujita Health University, Aichi, Japan Shinichiro Tanaka
Dysphagia (case reports)
9:35∼10:35 ―――――――― Chairperson/Hiroshi Seta
1-18-2-1
Muscle training using BCAA-rich jelly food improve dysphagia. A case report.
.............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Midorigaoka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Misa Moriwaki
1-18-2-2
Successful rehabilitation of dysphagia due to Wallenberg sydrome after operation: a case report
................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hatsudai Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yoko Ishida
1-18-2-3
A Case Report of Laryngeal Granuloma Caused by Vocal Cord Paralysis due to Wallenberg Syndrome
.............................................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Osaka, Japan Sachiko Kajimoto
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1-18-2-4
Evaluation of dysphagia recovery process using 320 area detector CT
....... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University, Japan Seiko Shibata
1-18-2-5
Consideration of Isometric Jaw Opening Exercise:Two stroke cases with dysphagia
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokai University School of Medicine, Japan Ayaka Sugimoto
1-18-2-6
The two case reports:Dilatation of esophagus orifice improve by anteversion posture
................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tikamori Rehabilitation Hospital, Kochi, Japan Kei Aoyama
1-18-2-7
The Tendency of Dysphagia After Anterior Cervical Decompression and Fusion, A Retrospective Study
.....Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Seirei Mikatahara General Hospital, Shizuoka, Japan Takahiro Ariga
Luncheon Seminar 10
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Mitsuo Takei
Renal rehabilitation: Theory and Practice
......................... Department of Internal Medicine and Rehabilitation Science, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan
Masahiro Kohzuki.… S210
Oral Presentation
Dysphagia 2
14:30∼15:30――――――― Chairperson/Masayuki Ishii
1-18-3-1
Clinical features and reponsible lesions of swallowing hesitation in acute cerebral infarction
.................. Department of Physical medicine and Rehabilitation, Asahikawa Medical University Hospital,
Hokkaido, Japan Tsukasa Saito
1-18-3-2
Clinical factors associated with pharyngeal residue
........... Departments of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokyo Metropolitan Bokutoh Hospital, Japan Masachika Niimi
1-18-3-3
Analysis of factors related to the recovery of dysphagia in stroke patients with tube feeding
............................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chiba rehabilitation center, Chiba, Japan Eimi Sakano
1-18-3-4
Factors influencing reacquisition of oral ingestion
...................................................... Tokuyama medical association hospital, Shunan City, Japan Hiroshi Takaoka
1-18-3-5
Effect of using a screening sheet for dysphagia in patients with acute hip fracture
...........Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shizuoka Medical Center, National Hospital Organization,
Shizuoka, Japan Shusuke Ota
1-18-3-6
Factors affecting aspiration during chew-swallow of two-phase mixture
............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University,
Aichi, Japan Eriko Mizokoshi
1-18-3-7
The utility of the viscosity variable nutrient in the rehabilitation of the dysphagia patient
...........................Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Hyogo Prefectural Central
Rehabilitation Hospital, Kobe, Japan Toshiyuki Takata
Stroke 1
15:40∼16:40――――― Chairperson/Norimasa Katagiri
1-18-4-1
Analysis of the anticoagulant of the non-valvular atrial fibrillation in our hospital
.............................. Department of Internal Medicine, Asahikawa Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Satoshi Koyama
1-18-4-2
Deep venous thrombosis in the patient with perioperative neurological surgery
.......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sapporo Shiroishi Memorial Hospital,
Sapporo, Japan Yuji Hashimoto
1-18-4-3
Need and Problems of Rehabilitation of Chronic Subdural Hematoma Patient
....................................................................... Chuzan Rehabilitation Hospital, Okinawa, Japan Makoto Egashira
1-18-4-4
The results of high frequency rehabilitation treatment for Branch atheromatous disease
.....................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hatsudai Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Atsushi Watanabe
1-18-4-5
Neurological progression and clinical outcome of BAD by LSA infarction
............................................................ Hirosaki Stroke and Rehabilitation Center, Hirosaki, Japan Manabu Iwata
1-18-4-6
Pneumonia in acutely ruptured intracranial aneurysm.
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Occupational and Environmental Health,
Kitakyushu, Japan Hideaki Takahata
1-18-4-7
Difference in the prognosis of SAH patients due to the difference in the acute phase facility.
........................... Department of Neurosurgery, Fukuoka Rehabilitation Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Nobuyuki Irie
1-18-4-8
The Effects of Rehabilitation for Early Phase of Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
....Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine,
Sendai, Japan Takeo Kondo
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Stroke 2
16:50∼17:50―――――――Chairperson/Katsuhiko Nori
1-18-5-1
Rehabilitation for Upper limb dysfunction combined use of mirror therapy and haptic stimuli
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nagoya City University, Nagoya, Japan Kiminori Aoyama
Functional and neurophysiological changes after Quadripulse stimulation in a patient with stroke
1-18-5-2
................................................................................................Tokai university, Kanagawa, Japan Nobutaro Koga
Feasibility of the comprehensive ICF core set for neurological conditions in post-stroke patients
1-18-5-3
.......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kawakita Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Kohei Miyamura
Examination of the convalescence prediction by disease severity and the age of the stroke patient
1-18-5-4
.................................................................................. Tsurumiryokuti Hospital, Osaka, Japan Tokumitsu Yasuda
The follow-up study of CVA(11) Changes in limb joint ROM of '10 disuse hand person from the onset
1-18-5-5
...................................................... Department of Medical health, Kinjo University, Hakusan, Japan Shunji Sawa
Muscle Mass Increases of Paralyzed and Non-paralyzed Sides in Convalescent Phase Stroke Patients
1-18-5-6
......................................................................Tokyo Bay Rehabilitation Hospital, Chiba, Japan Haruka Sugiyama
The result of our convalescent rehabilitation policy for the stroke patients in our hospital
1-18-5-7
.......................................... Rehabilitation Center, Musashimurayama Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Katsumi Suzukawa
The effect of seven days on a week rehabilitation on stress in stroke patient
1-18-5-8
............................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Enshyu Hospital, Shizuoka, Japan Mami Takahashi
Stroke 3
18:00∼19:00―――――― Chairperson/Yumiko Kaseda
1-18-6-1
An fMRI study on an aphasic patient with stroke lesions involving the total left hemisphere
............................................Neurorehabilitation Research Institute, Morinomiya Hospital, Japan Noriaki Hattori
Prognosis of aphasia after left Thalamic hemorrhage.
1-18-6-2
................................................Department of Phsical Medicine and Rehabilitation II, School of Medicine,
Fujita Health University, Japan Mithuko Masaki
Benefits of regulated very early mobilization: How did we apply regulations to ischemic stroke?
1-18-6-3
............................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Asahi General Hospital, Chiba, Japan Mikio Fujimoto
The evaluation of higher-order brain dysfunction in the patients of thalamic hemorrhage.
1-18-6-4
.................................................................................................. Kuwana Hospital, Niigata, Japan Taro Nishikawa
The relation between cognitive function and rehabilitation outcome among Post stroke patients
1-18-6-5
.................................................................................Tokyo Bay Rehabilitation Hospital, Chiba, Japan Naoki Mori
The outcome of the patients with ruptured anterior communicating artery aneurysm for 5 years
1-18-6-6
................................................................... Kanagawa Rehabilitation Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Shigeharu Aoki
Intervention of unilateral spacial neglect using a novel system that promotes attentional movement
1-18-6-7
..................................................... Community Medical Center of Tano Hospital, Miyazaki, Japan Hiromi Kuroki
The Effect of High-frequency rTMS and Intensive speech rehabilitation for post-stroke aphasia
1-18-6-8
.................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The Jikei University, Tokyo, Japan Naoki Yamada
Room 19 (June 9th)
Oral Presentation
Community Rehabilitation 1
14:30∼15:30―――――― Chairperson/Shigeru Kogami
1-19-1-1
Building the Integrated Community Rehabilitation-care.Promotion of Rehabilitation-care (2nd.)
...............................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Comprehensive Rehabilitation & care center,
Chiba, Japan Masahito Takeuchi
Activities for Establishment of the Integrated Community Care System
1-19-1-2
................................................................................... Fukuyama City Hospital, Fukuyama, Japan Toshihiro Fujii
The present of regional inclusive care ward in Ebara Hospital be concerned in rehabilitation doctor
1-19-1-3
.............. Tokyo Metropolitan Health and Medical Treatment Corporation Ebara Hospital, Japan Takako Harada
Challenge of the community comprehensive stroke prevention system construction
1-19-1-4
............................. Department of internal Medicine, Kurokawa General Hospital, Miyagi, Japan Hiroshi Kakuta
Present Condition of Higher Brain Dysfunction using the Community-based Clinical Pathway of Stroke
1-19-1-5
........................................................ Kyoto Prefectural Support Center of Rehabilitation, Japan Nobuo Takezawa
The Elimination of stroke rehabilitation disparities in Chiba
1-19-1-6
................... Department of Neurology, Department of Rehabilitation, Chiba Emergency Medical Center,
Chiba, Japan Yorio Koguchi
Regional post-referral treatment plan for the proximal femoral fracture-Kitakyushu Model1-19-1-7
........................... Department of Orthopedics, Japan Seafarers Relief Assosiation Moji Ekisaikai Hospital,
Kitakyushu, Japan Kazushi Haraguchi
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Community Rehabilitation 2
15:40∼16:40―――――― Chairperson/Kyoichi Nakano
1-19-2-1
The review of Patient Referral Documents improved the reverse introduction rate
................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Okinawa Chubu Hospital, Okinawa, Japan Satoshi Nakachi
1-19-2-2
Physically disabled person's medical cetificate for super-aged persons
......................................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Japanese Red Cross Nagoya 1st. Hospital,
Nagoya, Japan Yoshimitsu Osawa
1-19-2-3
The Treatment Fees of Rehabilitation Medicine for outpatients
........................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyotokatsura Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Hiroko Miyazaki
1-19-2-4
Support for Patients with Dementia in Nichinan City
... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nichinan Municipal Chubu Hospital, Miyazaki, Japan Kanjiro Suzuki
1-19-2-5
Changes of medical expenses relating to rehabilitation judging from a medical service fees
.................. Department of Rehabilitation, Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital Institute of Gerontology,
Tokyo, Japan Teruyuki Koyama
1-19-2-6
The effectiveness of comprehensive treatment for patients with haemophilia
......................................................................................................... Shin Ouji Hospital, Japan Kenichiro Makino
1-19-2-7
Cost-utility of surgical treatment for patients with spinal metastasis
...................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan
Kenichiro Kakutani
Pediatric Rehabilitation / Others
16:50∼17:50―――――――― Chairperson/Takaaki Aoki
1-19-3-1
Presentation of practical use system of a rehabilitation in pediatric ICU in our hospital
................. Division of Rehabilitation Medicine, National Center for Child Health and Development, Japan
Takeshi Kamikubo
1-19-3-2
Effects of NMES (Neuromuscular electrical stimulation) on upper-limb mirror movement: a case report
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kagoshima University, Kagoshima, Japan Michiko Arima
1-19-3-3
The Rehabilitation of Allergic granulomatosis-Angitis: A case report
............................................................................... Yodogawa Christian Hospotal, Osaka, Japan Amu Kawaguchi
1-19-3-4
A Case report of nutritional rickets in a two-year old with autistic spectrum disorder
.............................................. Tsudumigaura medical center for children with disabilities, Japan Yoko Kurokawa
1-19-3-5
Rehabilitation for locomotive organs dysfunction of school-aged children
................................................................................ Kitamoto Orthopedic Clinic, Saitama, Japan Teruaki Shibata
1-19-3-6
The development of children who have Liver Transplantation for congenital biliary atresia
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nagoya University, Aichi, Japan Izumi Kadono
1-19-3-7
A small mercy, The 2nd report of Masochistic caretaker, which gets ill and rest for the first time.
........................................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Kido Hospital, Niigata, Japan Takeshi Honma
1-19-3-8
Investigation about a comprehensive rehabilitation of cirrhosis in our hospital
.......................................Department of Internal Medicine & Rehabilitation Medicine, Eastkobe Hospital,
Kobe, Japan Fimihiro Takashima
Community Rehabilitation 3
18:00∼19:00――――――――― Chairperson/Kunio Ida
1-19-4-1
Systematic Review of Quality Indicators for Stroke Rehabilitation
...... Kagoshima University Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences Department of Rehabilitation
and Physical Medicine, Kagoshima, Japan Seiji Miura
1-19-4-2
The Actual Status and the Future of Follow Up System for Service Dog Clients
............................................................................................ Japan Service Dog Association Tomoko Takayanagi
1-19-4-3
Realities of swallowing rehabilitation of the regional
................................................................. Kinki University Hospital, Faculty of Medicine, Japan Kayoko Oobora
1-19-4-4
On Completion of Model Project of Musculoskeletal Examination in Schoolchildren
.................................................... Rehabilitation Unit, University of Miyazaki Hospital, Miyazaki, Japan Yu Fukao
1-19-4-5
Review of Rehabilitation patients with Hoarding Disorder identified during In-Home Assessment
......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyoto Min-iren Daini Chuou Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Osamu Isono
1-19-4-6
Characteristics of patients who entered training facility after convalscent rehabilitation hosptal
.................Medical Department, Hiroshima City Rehabilitation Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Katsunobu Sugihara
1-19-4-7
Difference of insight of disease between patients with dementia and caregiver
........ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, Obu, Japan
Aiko Osawa
1-19-4-8
The report cooperated with a university HP ER and conducted various diseases in a convalescent ward
.................................................................................................................. Wakaba hospital, Japan Tsutomu Amai
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Day 2 (June 10th)
Room 1 (June 10th)
Special Lecture 5
8:05∼9:05
Chairperson/Etsuo Chosa
Comprehensive intensive inpatient rehabilitation
........................................... Fujita Health University Nanakuri Memorial Hospital, Japan Shigeru Sonoda.… S213
Special Lecture 6
9:15∼10:15
Chairperson/Kenji Shirakura
Rehabilitation for patients with dementia
.............................................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Obu, Japan Izumi Kondo.… S214
Special Lecture 7
10:25∼11:25
Chairperson/Masahiro Kohzuki
Paradigm shift of the medical supply system
.................................................. Kyoto Ohara Memorial Hospital Group, Kyoto, Japan Hiroyuki Kodama.… S215
Luncheon Seminar 11
11:45∼12:45
Chairperson/Naoichi Chino
Present state and task of Comprehensive inpatient Rehabilitation (Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward)
................................ Administrative Director of Kiseikai Healthcare Corporation, Japan Makoto Ishikawa.… S216
Culture Lecture
12:55∼13:55
Chairperson/Toshikazu Kubo
Well-being in a Super Aging Society
.....................................................................................................................................Tetsuo Yamaore.… S217
Special Lecture 8
14:05∼15:05
Chairperson/Meigen Liu
Application of artificial intelligence and big data
............. ATR Brain Information Communication Research Laboratory Group, Kyoto, Japan Mitsuo Kawato.… S218
Special Symposium
15:15∼17:05
Chairpersons/Toshikazu Kubo・Masazumi Mizuma
The Principles of Rehabilitation Medicine
1.Center of gravity of rehabilitation medicine
...................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University, Aichi, Japan
Eiichi Saitoh.… S219
2.To improve human functions and to develop inclusive society
.Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, Japan Fumihiro Tajima.… S220
3.Course of Comprehensive Rehabilitation
.......................................... Administrative Director of Kiseikai Healthcare Corporation Makoto Ishikawa.… S221
4.Direction of the forefront medical research in rehabilitation medicine
........ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Keio University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan Meigen Liu.… S222
5.Education for Rehabilitation Medicine
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The Jikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan
Masahiro Abo.… S223
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Room 2 (June 10th)
Instructional Lecture 20
8:05∼9:05
Chairperson/Naoto Shiba
Cardiac Rehabilitation for Patients with Chronic Heart Failure
...................... Department of Cardiac Rehabilitation, Saitama Medical University International Medical Center,
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Saitama, Japan Shigeru Makita… S224
Symposium 1
9:15∼11:15
Chairpersons/Toshiki Mizuno・Satoaki Matoba
Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke -Cardiovascular Disease and Rehabilitation1.Prevention of Cardiogenic Embolism and Atrial Fibrillation
....Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine,
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Kyoto, Japan Takeshi Shirayama… S225
2.Therapy for cardioembolic stroke in acute phase -recanalization, recurrence, and rehabilitation
.......... Department of Neurology and Stroke Treatment, Acute Stroke Center of Kyoto First Red Cross Hospital,
Kyoto, Japan Keisuke Imai.… S226
3.Management and rehabilitation of cardiogenic stroke patients in convalescent
rehabilitation hospitals
.......................................................... Hyogo College of Medicine, Nishinomiya, Japan Kazuhisa Domen.… S226
Luncheon Seminar 12
11:45∼12:45
Chairperson/Yasuo Mikami
Gait exercise and exercise assist robotics for hemiplegic patients
...................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University, Aichi, Japan
Eiichi Saitoh.… S227
Combined Symposium 3
13:05∼15:05
Chairpersons/Koichiro Ueda・Fumiko Oshima
(The Japanese Society of Dysphagia Rehabilitation Combined Program)
New Strategy for Dysphagia Rehabilitaiton
1.The new strategies for evaluation of swallowing function.
..................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, Fujita Health University school of medicine Aichi, Japan
Seiko Shibata.… S228
2.Involvement of Dentists in Dysphagia Rehabilitation -Now and Future
......... Division of Dysphagia Rehabilitation, Niigata University Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences,
Niigata, Japan Makoto Inoue.… S228
3.Perioperative Dysphagia Rehabilitation and Ethical judgement for Aspiration Prevention Surgery
.Swallowing and Voice Center, Depaertment of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hamamatsu City Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan
Hideaki Kanazawa.… S229
4.New strategy of dysphagia rehabilitation‘Swallowing CT’Dynamic morphology of UES
during swallowing
........................................... Faculty of Rehabilitation, Fujita Health University, Aichi, Japan Yoko Inamoto.… S229
Instructional Lecture 21
15:15∼16:15
Chairperson/Mitsumasa Yoda
Standardization in Dysphagia Rehabilitatiom
..............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, National Center for Global Health and Medicine, Tokyo, Japan
Junko Fujitani.… S230
Instructional Lecture 22
16:25∼17:25
Chairperson/Yoichiro Aoyagi
The Role of Dentistry for Dysphagia Rehabilitation
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Department
of Dysphagia Rehabilitation, Nihon University School of Dentistry, Tokyo, Japan Koichiro Ueda.… S231
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Room 3 (June 10th)
Instructional Lecture 23
8:05∼9:05
Chairperson/Hiroyuki Kato
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Hand
1.Functional Anatomy of the Hand
................................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Showa University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan
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Katsunori Inagaki… S232
2.Rehabilitation after trauma of the hand
............................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Occupational and Environmental Health,
Kitakyushu, Japan Akinori Sakai.… S232
Instructional Lecture 24
9:15∼10:15
Chairperson/Toshihiko Yamashita
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Sports
1.Diagnosis and Exercise Therapy for the Throwing Shoulder
............... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and Sports Medicine, Showa University Fujigaoka Rehabilitation
Hospital, Yokohama, Japan Hiroaki Tsutsui.… S233
2.Our approach for the early return to sports activity of elite athletes with foot and ankle
disorders........................................... Department of Sports Medicine, Nara Medical University, Kashihara, Japan
Tsukasa Kumai.… S233
Instructional Lecture 25
10:25∼11:25
Chairperson/Shinichi Yoshiya
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Injury
1.Post-operative Rehabilitation after Sports Knee Injuries
.......................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Hirosaki University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan
Yasuyuki Ishibashi.… S234
2.The fracture treatments for the early rehabilitation
............. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Kitasato University Medical Center, Japan Masataka Uchino.… S234
Luncheon Seminar 13
11:45∼12:45
Chairperson/Masami Akai
Space Medicine Study and Development of the Advanced Rehablitation Device
................. Department of Orthopaedics, Kurume University School of Medicine, Kurume City, Fukuoka, Japan
Naoto Shiba.… S235
Instructional Lecture 26
12:55∼13:55
Chairperson/Toshihiko Taguchi
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Spine 2
1.Physical and occupational therapy for the patients with cervical myelopathy
..................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Iwate Medical University, Morioka, Japan Minoru Doita.… S236
2.Surgical strategy for adult spinal deformity with osteoporosis -evaluation of walking ability
..................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery Hamamatsu University School of Medicine, Shizuoka, Japan
Yukihiro Matsuyama.… S236
Instructional Lecture 27
14:05∼15:05
Chairperson/Atsushi Okawa
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Spine 3
1.Surgical Treatment and Postoperative Rehabilitation for Lumbar Spinal Canal Stenosis
........................................................ Dept. of Orthop. Surg., Keio Univ., Tokyo, Japan Morio Matsumoto.… S237
2.Diagnosis and treatment strategy for lumbar disc herniation
................................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Yamanashi, Japan Hirotaka Haro.… S237
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Instructional Lecture 28
15:15∼16:15
Chairperson/Masao Akagi
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Pediatric
1.Application and indication of bracing for disorders of the hip and lower extremities in children
..... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nagoya City University, Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Japan
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Ikuo Wada… S238
2.Disabilities and Handicaps in Patients with Skeletal Dysplasias
............... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo, Japan
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Nobuhiko Haga… S238
Instructional Lecture 29
16:25∼17:25
Chairperson/Masashi Yamazaki
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Regenerative Medicine
1.Regeneration of articular cartilage damage with iPSC-derived cartilage
................Center for iPS Cell Research and Application, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan Noriyuki Tsumaki.… S239
2.Regenerative medicine for spinal cord injury
.Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Keio University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan Masaya Nakamura.… S239
Room 4 (June 10th)
Instructional Lecture 30
8:05∼9:05
Chairperson/Shinya Kimura
Genaral Statement of Pulmonary Rehabilitaion
.........Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kawasaki Medical School, Kurashiki, Japan Kozo Hanayama.… S240
Instructional Lecture 31
9:15∼10:15
Chairperson/Toshimitsu Suga
Renal rehabilitation
................. Department of Internal Medicine and Rehabilitation Science, Tohoku University Graduate School of
Medicine, Sendai, Japan Osamu Ito.… S241
Instructional Lecture 32
10:25∼11:25
Chairperson/Masami Akai
Application of coaching for patient education
.. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tohoku University Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering, Japan
Shinichi Izumi.… S242
Luncheon Seminar 14
11:45∼12:45
Chairperson/Hiroyuki Tsuchiya
Assessment and management of pain in knee osteoarthritis
.....Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kochi Medical School, Kochi University, Japan Masahiko Ikeuchi.… S243
Instructional Lecture 33
12:55∼13:55
Chairperson/Yukihiro Hara
Principle in Stroke Rehabilitation
...................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University, Aichi, Japan
Hitoshi Kagaya.… S244
Instructional Lecture 34
14:05∼15:05
Chairperson/Yasoichi Nakajima
Neuroimaging for stroke rehabilitation
....................Department of Radiology, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Kei Yamada.… S245
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Instructional Lecture 35
15:15∼16:15
Chairperson/Takashi Mizushima
Outcome prediction for stroke patients
........................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nishinomiya Kyoritsu Neurosurgical Hospital, Japan
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Tetsuo Koyama… S246
Instructional Lecture 36
16:25∼17:25
Chairperson/Yoshihisa Masakado
Rehabilitation and Return to Work after Stroke
.Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Kitakyushu, Japan
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Satoru Saeki… S247
Room 5 (June 10th)
Instructional Lecture 37
8:05∼9:05
Chairperson/Hiroko Miyazaki
Quality and Safety Management in Acute Phase Rehabilitation
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kameda General Hospital, Japan Koichi Miyakoshi.… S248
Instructional Lecture 38
9:15∼10:15
Chairperson/Satoru Ebihara
Rehabilitation of Intensive Care Unit
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yokohama City University, Yokohama, Japan
Takeshi Nakamura.… S249
Special Panel Discussion 1
10:25∼11:25
Chairpersons/Fumihito Kasai・Takeshi Nakamura
Team Approach in Acute Phase Rehabilitation
1.Role of the doctor in acute phase rehabilitation, collaborated with staff of the hospital
.... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kagawa Prefectural central hospital, Kagawa, Japan Toru Honda.… S250
2.Rehabilitation Team Approarch in Acute Care: Physioterapy for Trans-Professional Working
.................. School of Health Sciences, Tokyo University of Technology, Tokyo, Japan Tetsuya Takahashi.… S251
3.An approach to ADL improvement and cooperation with interprofessional in acute phase
rehabilitation .............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, Japan
Kenzo Teramura.… S251
4.The Team Support to Patients with Mild Disorder to Come Back to its Normal Life in a
Short Term ..................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Showa University Koto Toyosu Hospital, Japan
Fumihito Kasai.… S252
Luncheon Seminar 15
11:45∼12:45
Chairperson/Nobuyuki Tanaka
The management for musculoskeletal pain to improve QOL of patients in disaster stricken area
........................................................................... Sendai Pain Clinic Center Ishinomaki, Japan Koji Kawai.… S253
Instructional Lecture 39
12:55∼13:55
Chairperson/Nobuo Takezawa
Introduction to Rehabilitation in the Chronic Stage
.............................................. Trustee and Vice-president, Nagasaki University, Japan Nobuo Matsusaka.… S254
Instructional Lecture 40
14:05∼15:05
Chairperson/Kazushige Kobayashi
The brace therapy in the maintenance phase rehabilitation
................ Division of Cerebrovascular Disease and Acute Coronary Syndrome, Kumamoto University Hospital,
Kumamoto, Japan Miki Ohgushi.… S255
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Instructional Lecture 41
15:15∼16:15
Chairperson/Kazuya Mizuochi
Rehabilitation of the At-home Person with Disability in Chronic Phase
............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Showa University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan
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Nobuyuki Kawate… S256
Special Panel Discussion 2
16:25∼17:25
Chairpersons/Toshiyuki Ito・Miki Ohgushi
Role of Physiatrist in Chronic Phase Rehabilitation
1.The role of doctors in outpatient rehabilitation and visit rehabilitation
............................................... Tokuyuukai Rehabilitation Clinic, Toyonaka City, Japan Noriyo Takahashi.… S257
2.Outpatient cardiac rehabilitation in Phase II-III
............................................................................. Hayashi Heart Clinic, Kyoto, Japan Hironori Hayashi.… S257
3.a home-based medical care performed by physiatrists working in hospital
.....Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sasayama Medical Center Hyogo College of Medicine, Hyogo, Japan
Yosuke Wada.… S258
4.Provision of medical rehabilitation to the wide area medical district of specialist rural areas
....................................................................................................OKII Clinic, Iwakuni, Japan Akira Okii.… S258
Evening Seminar 1
17:35∼18:35
Chairperson/Kengo Yamamoto
Basic Knowledge of Total Hip Arthroplasty
......... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kanazawa University Hospital, Kanazawa, Japan Tamon Kabata.… S259
Room 6 (June 10th)
Instructional Lecture 42
8:05∼9:05
Chairperson/Shinsuke Katoh
Invitation to rehabilitation nutrition by the surgeon
............................................ Department of surgery, Aiseikai Yamashina Hospital, Japan Hideki Aragane.… S260
Instructional Lecture 43
9:15∼10:15
Chairperson/Toru Hasegawa
Sarcopenia and Rehabilitation
......Department of Physical Meficine and Rehabilitation, Okayama University Hospital, Japan Masuo Senda.… S261
Special Panel Discussion 3
10:25∼11:25
Chairpersons/Hidetaka Wakabayashi・Akiko Sagara
Nutritious Support Team
1.Comprehensive approaches to rehabilitation nutrition: a physiatrist perspective
..................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Midorigaoka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Misa Moriwaki.… S262
2.Nutrition support to improve activities: from the standpoint of physical therapy
.................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Nanakuri Memorial Hospital, Japan Yuko Okuyama.… S262
3.Nutrition suppot to begin at SCU: The role of nurse
. Department of Nurcing Care, Nishinomiya Kyoritsu Neurosurgical Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Ayano Nagano.… S263
4.Rehabilitation Nutrition in Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Wards and the Role of Registered Dietitians
............. Department of Clinical Nutrition and Food Services, Nagasaki Rehabilitation Hospital, Nagasaki, Japan
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Shinta Nishioka… S263
Luncheon Seminar 16
11:45∼12:45
Chairperson/Satoshi Miyano
Treatment for spasticity in Rehabilitation
..............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, the Jikei University, Tokyo, Japan Kazushige Kobayashi.… S264
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Instructional Lecture 44
12:55∼13:55
Chairperson/Katsunori Ikoma
The Leading Edge of Cancer Rehabilitation
.... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Keio University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan Tetsuya Tsuji.… S265
Instructional Lecture 45
14:05∼15:05
Chairperson/Norio Kawahara
Rehabilitation for the Patients with Bone Metastasis
....................... Division of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine, Kobe, Japan
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Yoshitada Sakai… S266
Instructional Lecture 46
15:15∼16:15
Chairperson/Kazuaki Tsuchiya
Limb-salvage surgery and rehabilitation for bone and soft-tissue tumors
......... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Graduate School of Medicine, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa, Japan
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Hiroyuki Tsuchiya… S267
Special Panel Discussion 4
16:25∼17:25
Chairpersons/Koichi Miyakoshi・Toshihiro Tsurukawa
Team Approach for Advanced Cancer Patients
1.Rehabilitation for Physical Activity in the Advanced Cancer Patients
...................... Division of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kobe University Hospital, Kobe, Japan Junichiro Inoue.… S268
2.Rehabilitation to support the QOL of the advanced cancer patient
..................................... Osaka Pref. Saiseikai Tondabayashi Hospital, Osaka, Japan Hiromasa Shimazaki.… S268
3.To support communication and swallowing function of the advanced cancer patient
.................... Division of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kobe University Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Miki Takahashi.… S269
4.The role of Cancer Rehabilitaion in Palliative Care
........... Department of Palliative Medicine, National Hospital Organization, Tokyo Medical Center, Tokyo, Japan
Chieko Miyata.… S269
Evening Seminar 2
17:35∼18:35
Chairperson/Naoki Ishiguro
Current Pharmaceutical Strategy for RA treatment
............................................................ Matsubara Mayflower Hospital, Kato, Japan Tsukasa Matsubara.… S270
Room 7 (June 10th)
Instructional Lecture 47
8:05∼9:05
Chairperson/Yoichiro Hashimoto
(Japanese Physical Therapy Association, Japanese Association of Occupational Therapists and The Japanese
Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics Combined Program)
1.Development of combination therapy based on Repetitive Facilitative Exercise
..... Department of Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine, Kagoshima University Graduate School of Medical and
Dental Sciences, Japan Megumi Shimodozono.… S271
2.Activity analysis approach by Occupational therapy
............................................... Yamanashi Rehabilitation Hospital, Yamanashi, Japan Shinichi Yamamoto.… S272
Instructional Lecture 48
9:15∼10:15
Chairperson/Kazuo Abe
(Japanese Physical Therapy Association, Japanese Association of Occupational Therapists and The Japanese
Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics Combined Program)
1.Practical methods of evaluation and treatment for lower limb paralysis
...................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kansai Medical University Hirakata Hospital, Osaka, Japan
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Kimitaka Hase… S273
2.Physical therapy for the truncal and lower limb dysfunction in hemiparetic patients.
..............................Dept. of Health Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Tokyo, Japan Kazu Amimoto.… S273
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Instructional Lecture 49
10:25∼11:25
Chairperson/Katsushi Takeshita
(Japanese Physical Therapy Association, Japanese Association of Occupational Therapists and The Japanese
Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics Combined Program)
1.Practical prescription and checkpoint of the Lower limb orthosis for stroke patient
............................................. Tokyo Bay Rehabilitation Hospital, Narashino city, Japan Kunitsugu Kondo.… S274
2.Check Points of Lower Limb Orthoses from the View Point of Orthotists
............................... Rakuhokugishi Proshtetic and Orthotic Manufacturing Co., LTD Sakamoto Akinobu.… S274
Luncheon Seminar 17
11:45∼12:45
Chairperson/Etsuo Chosa
The new devices for promoting rehabilitation
........Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University
of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Koshiro Sawada.… S275
Instructional Lecture 50
12:55∼13:55
Chairperson/Koichi Sairyo
(Japanese Physical Therapy Association, Japanese Association of Occupational Therapists and The Japanese
Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics Combined Program)
1.Basic and Applied Rehabilitation for Musculoskeletal Diseases. -Diagnosis and
Therapeutic Strategy
............. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Shiga University of Medical Science, Shiga, Japan Shinji Imai.… S276
2.Basics and practice of the kinesitherapy of the shoulder
................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Nobuhara Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Takashi Tachibana.… S276
Instructional Lecture 51
14:05∼15:05
Chairperson/Tetsuo Ikai
(Japanese Physical Therapy Association, Japanese Association of Occupational Therapists and The Japanese
Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics Combined Program)
1.Evaluation and rehabilitation for restriction of range of joint motion
..... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, Japan Tetsuya Jinno.… S277
2.Therapy for the arms range of motion disorder
.................................Hand Surgery Center of Aino Memorial Hospital, Nagasaki, Japan Kazuyuki Tasaki.… S277
Instructional Lecture 52
15:15∼16:15
Chairperson/Munehito Yoshida
(Japanese Physical Therapy Association, Japanese Association of Occupational Therapists and The Japanese
Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics Combined Program)
1.Principles of Muscle Strengthening Exercises
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hirosaki University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan
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Eiichi Tsuda… S278
2.Muscle-strengthening exercise. foundation and clinical practice
....Faculty of Integrated rehabilitation, Hiroshima International University, Higashi-Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan
Nobuhiro Kito.… S278
Instructional Lecture 53
16:25∼17:25
Chairperson/Michiaki Takagi
(Japanese Physical Therapy Association, Japanese Association of Occupational Therapists and The Japanese
Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics Combined Program)
1.Screening of Candidate for Prosthetic Rehabilitation
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hyogo Rehabilitation Center, Kobe, Japan Takaaki Chin.… S279
2.Lower limb prosthetic components
........... Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Human Arts and Sciences, Saitama, Japan Hiroshi Otsuka.… S280
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Room 8 (June 10th)
Panel Discussion
Rehabilitation Robotics 1
8:05∼9:05 ―― Chairpersons/Shinichiro Takasugi・Toshiki Matsunaga
2-8-P1-1
Effect of Balance Exercise Assist Robot of the outpatient
.......................................... Rehabilitation Center, Kizankai Memorial Hospital, Nagano, Japan Yasuhiro Shimizu
2-8-P1-2
Preliminary Study of Rehabilitation Applying BEAR for Spinal Disease Patients
........................... Department of Advanced Rehabilitation Medicine, Graduate School of Medical Science,
Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Norihide Itoh
2-8-P1-3
Three cases of stroke patients treated by Gait Exercise Assist Robot in convalescent rehabilitation
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sasayama Medical Center Hyogo College of Medicine,
Hyogo, Japan Yuki Uchiyama
2-8-P1-4
GEAR drastically accelerates an improvement of gait potency for hemiplegic patients after stroke
................................................Department of Medicine, JCHO Yufuin Hospital, Yufu, Japan Yoshitaka Miyazaki
2-8-P1-5
Effect of gait training with gait exercise assist robot for hemiparetic patients.
................................................................................... Ukai Rehabilitation Hospital, Aichi, Japan Chikako Yoneda
2-8-P1-6
Comparing with the efficacy of balance exercise for frailty and pre-fraily elderly
............... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, National Center for Geriatrics Gerontology, Obu, Japan
Kenichi Ozaki
Rehabilitation Robotics 2
9:15∼10:15 ――――― Chairpersons/Masaki Ise・Yasuhiro Shimizu
2-8-P2-1
The potential of HAL-single limb for the rehabilitation of stroke in chronic state.
................. Department of Neurosurgery, National Hospital Organization Niigata National Hospital, Japan
Chiaki Takahashi
2-8-P2-2
Comparison of heart rate, PCI, and modified Borg scale in 6-minute walk test between WPAL and HALO
......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University, Aichi, Japan
Kanan Yatsuya
2-8-P2-3
The effect of muscle vibration on kinesthetic sense during robot-aided training in normal subjects
.......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokyo Women’s Medical University, Tokyo, Japan Futoshi Wada
2-8-P2-4
Brain activation effect of robot-assisted training for the upper limb paresis after stroke
........................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nippon Medical School Chiba Hokusoh Hospital,
Tokyo, Japan Hiroshi Fuseya
2-8-P2-5
Usefulness of rehabilitation using Honda Walking Assist Device for Parkinsonism
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, National Defense Medical College, Tokorozawa, Japan
2-8-P2-6
Tatsuo Kobayashi
Study of factors associated with gait function effect by Robot Suit HAL for acute brain disease
........ Department of Neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan Aiki Marushima
Motion Analysis
10:25∼11:25――― Chairpersons/Tatsuo Kobayashi・Ryuichi Ueno
2-8-P3-1
Evaluation of reaching movement in stroke hemiplegia patients using motion analysis system
.................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan Takuya Nakamura
2-8-P3-2
Motion analysis of patients with hip osteoarthritis using an inexpensive stabilometer
........................................ Department of Orthopaedic surgery, Yamauchi Hosupital, Gifu, Japn Aya Matsuhashi
2-8-P3-3
Evaluation of braces with motion analysis at Vaccine-associated paralytic poliomyelitis patients.
............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, Japan Hideaki Aoki
2-8-P3-4
Influence of standing with the ankles dorsiflexed on center of gravity
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Daisan Hospital, The Jikei University School of Medicine,
Tokyo, Japan Yasuhide Nakayama
2-8-P3-5
Biomechanical Analysis of Sit-to-Stand and Stand-to-Sit Movements in Transtibial Amputees
.............................................. Rehabilitation Unit, University of Miyazaki Hospital, Miyazaki, Japan Koji Totoribe
2-8-P3-6
Quantitative Evaluation for Hemiplegic Gait Based on Half Component of the Pace Frequency(Part1)
.............. Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Kinki University, Osaka, Japan Masahiro Yoneda
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Luncheon Seminar 18
11:45∼12:45
Chairperson/Shuji Matsumoto
Evidence-Based Approach to Treating Oropharyngeal Dysphagia
........................................................................................... Ampcare company Russell A. Campbell.… S281
Panel Discussion
Treatment, Evaluation and Rehabilitaiton of Spasticity 2
12:55∼13:55―― Chairpersons/Nobuaki Nemoto・Yasutaka Takagi
2-8-P4-1
Intrathecal baclofen therapy for hereditary spastic paraplegia
................................... Department of Neurosurgery, Jichi Medical University, Tochigi, Japan Takeshi Nakajima
2-8-P4-2
Intrathecal baclofen relieve neurogenic pain due to spinal cord damage: Two cases report
................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yokohama City University Hospital, Yokohama, Japan
Kazuya Mizuochi
2-8-P4-3
The evaluation for spasticity therapy using component torques of ankle plantar flexion torque
.....Department of Rehabilitation Medicine II, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University, Tsu, Mie, Japan
Hirofumi Maeda
2-8-P4-4
Intrathecal Baclofen Therapy for severe spasticity
.................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Tonami General Hospital, Tonami, Japan Yasutaka Takagi
2-8-P4-5
Long term outcomes of intrathecal baclofen therapy in patients with severe spasticity
...................................................Dept of Orthopaedic Surgery, Spinal Injuries Center, Fukuoka, Japan Osamu Kawano
The Multicenter Study of the Electric Spastic Ankle Measure (E-SAM)
2-8-P4-6
........................................................................................................Eisei Hospital, Hachioji, Japan Naoichi Chino
Limb Prosthesis
14:05∼15:05――― Chairpersons/Akihiro Tokuhiro・Suguru Osawa
2-8-P5-1
Advantage of 3D measurement in fabrication of IRC trans-femoral socket
.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University Kihoku Hospital,
Wakayama, Japan Tadashi Sumiya
2-8-P5-2
The frequency of wearing passive hand prostheses in children with upper-limb deficiency
.......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The University of Tokyo Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Sayaka Fujiwara
2-8-P5-3
Rehabilitation outcome of L/E amputations in acute hospital with convalescent rehabilitation ward
.................. Department of Rehabilitation, Japanese Red Cross Ashikaga Hospital, Ashikaga, Japan Mikoto Baba
2-8-P5-4
Follow up usage of body-powered and myoelectric upper limb prostheses
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, JR Tokyo General Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yohei Tanaka
2-8-P5-5
Diffusion of myoelectric upper limb prosthsis in Sakai City
........................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Osaka Rosai Hospital, Sakai, Japan Shinji Hirabayashi
2-8-P5-6
Survey report of prosthesis in upper limb amputees due to occupational accidents
.......................... Kibikogen Rehabilitation Center For Employment Injuries, Okayama, Japan Masanori Hamada
Spinal Cord Injury 15:15∼16:15―――――Chairpersons/Akira Magara・Atsushi Murata
2-8-P6-1
Three-dimensional motion analysis of respiratory movement in cervical spinal cord injuries
.......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kawasaki Medical School, Kurashiki, Japan Takefumi Sugiyama
2-8-P6-2
Clinical results in central spinal cord injury
............. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Yamagata University Faculty of Medicine, Yamagata, Japan
Junichi Yamakawa
2-8-P6-3
Therapeutic electrical stimulation using NESS H200 for acute cervical spinal cord injury
........................................................................................................ Spinal Injuries Center, Japan Tetsuo Hayashi
2-8-P6-4
Contribution of propriospinal neurons to recovery of hand dexterity after the CST lesion in monkeys
................. Department of Developmental Physiology, National Institute for Physiological Sciences, Japan
Takamichi Tohyama
2-8-P6-5
Blood pressure response during mild cold stress in spinal cord injury and able-body persons
.. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, Japan Yoshi-Ichiro Kamijo
2-8-P6-6
Examination of the metabolism efficiency in the FES cycling for people with paraplegia
..............................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Akita University Hospital, Japan Toshiki Matsunaga
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Sports
16:25∼17:25――― Chairpersons/Shinji Kimura・Takuaki Yamamoto
2-8-P7-1
Three cases of hereditary spastic paraplegia with well-controlled spasticity
...................Department of Rehabilitation, Hiroshima University Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Akiyoshi Nagatomi
2-8-P7-2
The response of BDNF in persons with spinal cord injury during wheelchair half-marathon
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, Japan Yuri Kakita
2-8-P7-3
The effect of amemia on competitive performance of athletes with an intellectual disability
... Depatment of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, Mejiro University, Saitama, Japan Hiroyuki Satoh
2-8-P7-4
Medical examinations of Shoulder for Wheel Chair Marathon athletes(the 3rd report)
............................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Gifu Municipal Hospital, Gifu, Japan Yusuke Sasaki
2-8-P7-5
Epidemiology of elbow injury in young baseball players in Kyoto
......... Department of Prevention for Sports injury, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural
University of Medicine, Japan Toru Morihara
2-8-P7-6
Athletic rehabilitation in the patients with anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
.............................. Department of Rhehabilitation Medicine, Shimane University, Izumo, Japan Sokichi Maniwa
Room 9 (June 10th)
Oral Presentation
Dysphagia 3
8:05∼9:05 ――――――― Chairperson/Shin Yamada
2-9-1-1
Increased partial pharyngeal constrictor paralysis and worsened swallowing function, case study
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sapporo Higashi Tokushukai Hospital, Sapporo, Japan
Hiroshi Suganuma
2-9-1-2
Working Contents of Hospiutal Dentistry in the Acute Care Hospital
................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Serei Mikatahara Hospital, Shizuoka, Japan Naoto Arimoto
2-9-1-3
Prediction of Pneumonia in tube-feeding cases with dysphagia
...................................................................... Kyoto Ohara Memorial Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Tomoko Nishimura
2-9-1-5
Dysphagia with respiratory diseases
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Toneyama National Hospital, Osaka, Japan Kimiko Inoue
2-9-1-4
Tendency and prevention measure of the patient who enters this hospital by aspiration pneumonia
.................................................................................................... Kumamoto Rosai Hospital, Japan Yoshiko Nishi
2-9-1-6
The Course of Dysphagic Patients who Died in Hospital
... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Showa University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan Mitsumasa Yoda
2-9-1-7
A clinical and videoendoscopic assessments of patients with dysphagia at acute care hospital
......................................................... Center fo Rehabilitation, Takatsuki General Hospital, Japan Atsushi Keyaki
Life Stages Rehabilitaion
9:15∼10:15 ―――― Chairperson/Hirotaka Kobayashi
2-9-2-1
Reliability of ICF rehabilitation set in patients hospitalized at rehabilitation wards in Japan
.......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kawakita Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Kohei Miyamura
2-9-2-2
Influence of decreased ADL on hospitalized elderly patients with influenza
........................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Haradoi Hospital, Japan Atsuko Nabeshima
2-9-2-3
Falling incident cases of our hospital orthopedic ward
.....Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Yamanashi, Yamanashi, Japan
Takashi Ando
2-9-2-4
Vitality and physical function among the institutionalized frail elderly
................. Graduate School of Comprehensive Rehabilitation, Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan
Yumi Higuchi
2-9-2-5
A process of autonomy and recovery in community dwelling patients with stroke
................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Moriyama Rehabilitation Clinic, Tokyo, Japan Shinichi Wada
2-9-2-6
The study of merger situation of cancer in outpatients in our hospital
......... Department of Internal Medicine, Ibaraki Prefectural University of Health Sciences Hospital, Japan
Hirotaka Ohse
2-9-2-7
Examination of death cases under rehabilitation in our hospital
............................................................................................. Sanin Rosai Hospital, Yonago, Japan Yasuyuki Isobe
2-9-2-8
Trials of home-visit rehabilitation therapy right after osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures
............................................................................................ Tachiiri Orthopedics Clinic, Japan Hisakazu Tachiiri
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Acute Phase Rehabilitation / Pain / Mental Health
10:25∼11:25―――――― Chairperson/Hiroyoshi Ogasa
2-9-3-1
What Can Change An Early Rehabilitation Round Against Being Immobile After Hospitalization?
................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital, Tokyo, Japan
Akiko Kanemaru
2-9-3-2
Effectiveness of rehabilitation for burn injury focus on skin-graft, mental disorder, dementia
........... Department Rehabilitation Medicine, Yokohama City University Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Kohta Asano
2-9-3-3
The relationships between daily steps and clinical symptoms in in-patients with schizophrenia
........ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, Japan Hideki Arakawa
2-9-3-4
Pathophysiology of the low back pain intermittent claudication inclonic iow back pain patients
........................ Spine Surgery and Related Research Center, Nantan General Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Taku Ogura
2-9-3-5
Effect of rehabilitation inpatient program for chronic pain patients
........................................................... Tokuyuukai Rehabilitation Clinic, Toyonaka City, Japan Noriyo Takahashi
2-9-3-6
Cognitive behavioral therapy-based exercise facilitation in patients with chronic pain
................... Rehabilitation Center, Niigata University Medical and Dental Hospital, Niigata, Japan Shinji Kimura
2-9-3-7
Evaluation of the pain liaison clinic for the patients with intractable chronic pain
.................................. Department of Orthopaedics, Okayama University, Okayama, Japan Tomonori Tetsunaga
Sports / Para-Sports
12:55∼13:55―――――― Chairperson/Shuhei Morifusa
2-9-4-1
Results of Adult Fracture of The tibial tuberosity
................................................................................................. Shin Kaminokawa Hospital, Japan Yasunao Miyai
2-9-4-2
Medical Checkup for Female Senior Soft Tennis Players in Rehabilitation Clinic
.................................................................................. Marutamachi Rehabilitation Clinic, Japan Shuhei Morifusa
2-9-4-3
The introduction of Para-sports athlete with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
........................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama medical University, Wakayama, Japan
Takayoshi Matsushita
2-9-4-4
Driving motion of sports-specific wheelchair in persons with upper thoracic spinal cord injury
................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Japan Kota Murai
2-9-4-5
An examination using ultrasonic is useful for the wheelchair marathon athlete to prevent decubitus
........Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nachikatsuura Town Hospital, Wakayama, Japan Motohiko Banno
2-9-4-6
The actual condition survey for the prevention of elbow injury in wheelchair marathon athletes
......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama University of Medicine, Wakayama, Japan Mari Kakita
2-9-4-7
Assessment of Equine Therapy for Disabled Children and Adolescence Using a Gait Analysis System
.................. Department of Nuclear Medicine and Radiology, Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer,
Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan Tatsushi Mutoh
2-9-4-8
The report of medical checkup in Incheon 2014 Asian Para Games
..... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama medical University, Wakayama, Japan Takashi Kawasaki
Locomotive Syndrome / Sarcopenia / Preventive Care 1
14:05∼15:05――――――― Chairperson/Yoshiki Okuda
2-9-5-1
Sarcopenia in COPD patients; heterogeneous loss of skeletal muscle loss
............................................................ Rehabilitation Unit, Kyoto University Hospital, kyoto, Japan Susumu Sato
2-9-5-2
Impact of Sarcopenia for Conservative Treatment of Osteoporotic Vertebral Fracture
............................ Dept. of Orthop. Surg., National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, Japan Yoshihito Sakai
2-9-5-3
Body constitusion and muscle function of the patients with muscle mass-sarcopenia
................ Department of Orthopaedics, Japan Seafarers Relief Association Moji Ekisaikai Hospital, Japan
Kazushi Haraguchi
2-9-5-4
Locomo test and gait analysis in Liaison Locomo seminar for citizen
....................... Department of Orthopedic and spine surgery, Japanese Red Cross Nagoya Daini Hospital,
Nagoya, Japan Koji Sato
2-9-5-5
The relationship of locomotive syndrome and spine alignment in community-dwelling elderly
.............................................. Department of Orthpedics Surjery Kochi University, Kochi, Japan Shougo Takaya
2-9-5-6
Exercise program changes the care seeking behavior for musculoskeletal disorders among the elderly
......................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Wakayama Medical University, Japan Hiroshi Hashizume
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2-9-5-7
Public Awareness of the Grave Problem with Aging by 2025 in Japan
.................................Department of Neurology, Japanese Red Cross Kumamoto Hospital, Japan Kuniyasu Wada
Locomotive Syndrome / Sarcopenia / Preventive Care 2
15:15∼16:15――――― Chairperson/Yasukazu Katsumi
2-9-6-1
Relation between Subjective Well-Being Inventory and Locomotive syndrome in hemodialysis patients
............................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shigei Hospital, Okayama, Japan Hirotaka Shimizu
2-9-6-2
Clinical Study of Locomotive Syundrome and Falling accident with Total Hip Arthroplasty
............................. Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Kochi Red Cross Hospital, Kochi, Japan Tadashi Uchida
2-9-6-3
Clinical Study of the Relationship between Locomotive Syndrome and Total Knee Arthroplasty
............................................................................... Japanese Red Cross Kochi Hospital, Japan Tadahiro Higuchi
2-9-6-4
Usefulness of the outpatient rehabilitation for preventive long-term care in the orthopaedic clinic
............................................................................ Tsutsumi Orthopaedic Clinic, Akita, Japan Yoshihiro Tsutsumi
2-9-6-5
Introducing of the new attempt, Judocise
................................................Department of Orthopaedics, Japan Community Health care Organization,
Tokyo Shinjuku Medical Center, Japan Takeshi Kamitani
2-9-6-6
The Iwate educational project of the aded rehabilitation exercises at first stage.
.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Iwate Rehabilitation Center, Iwate, Japan Kiyofumi Ohi
2-9-6-7
A survey of the sarcopenia and the skeletal muscle mass due to the recovery phase rehabilitaion
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, JR Tokyo General Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yohei Tanaka
Neuromuscular Disease
16:25∼17:25――――――― Chairperson/Kenya Murata
2-9-7-1
A case of genetically confirmed MERRF with successful rehabilitation
.......................................Akita Prefectural Center for Rehabilitation and Psychiatric Medicine, Japan Mio Miyata
2-9-7-2
neuromyelitis optica without symptoms of optic nerve: a case study
............................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Akiru Municipal Medical Center, Japan Akiko Ogawa
2-9-7-3
Rehabilitation for Patients with acute disseminated encephalomyelitis with Memory Disturbance
................................. Psychiatry, Department of Diagnosis and Treatment, National Rehabilitation Center
for Persons with Disabilities, Saitama, Japan Yuko Urakami
2-9-7-4
The study of intractable neurological disease patients who received the laryngotracheal separation
........................................................................... Kumamoto Kinoh Hospital, Kumamoto, Japan Ken-Ichi Katsura
2-9-7-5
Dysphagia in Becker Muscular Dystrophy
............ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, National Higashisaitama Hospital, Saitama, Japan Yuka Yamada
2-9-7-6
Evaluating natural history and motor function of Fukuyama Congenital Muscular Dystrophy
................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kobe University Hospital, Kobe, Japan Risa Harada
2-9-7-7
Predictors of rehabilitative outcome for patients with Guillain-Barre syndrome
...................................Neurorehabilitation Research Institute, Morinomiya Hospital, Osaka, Japan Keita Kakuda
2-9-7-8
Outcome of the multidisciplinary inpatient rehabilitation with 45 Guillain-Barre syndrome cases
............................................ Department of neurology, Hiroshima city rehabilitation hospital, Japan Junko Ikeda
Room 10 (June 10th)
Oral Presentation
Amputation and Prosthetics
8:05∼9:05 ―――――― Chairperson/Tadashi Sumiya
2-10-1-1
Acquisition of pinching ability by an orthosis in a patient with hand amputation : A case report.
............ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, Teikyo University, Tokyo, Japan Yuji Honda
2-10-1-2
Rehabilitation treatment for the formulation of myoelectric hand for both the forearm amputees
................................................................................ Kyushu Rosai Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Takeshi Hamamura
2-10-1-3
Gait analysis and prosthetic prescription for a patient 22 years after rotationplasty
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Tsukuba Hospital, Tsukuba, Japan
Yukiyo Shimizu
2-10-1-4
Verbal Recognition of Lower Limbs in Children with Congenital Lower Limb Deficiencies
.............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The University of Tokyo Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Hiroshi Mano
2-10-1-5
Lower limb amputation survey around Nara prefecture in 2014 year
.................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Nara Prefectural Gojo Hospital, Gojo, Japan Kunihiko Kadono
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2-10-1-6
Epidemiology of lower limb amputations in Japan: analysis using national inpatient database
............ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The University of Tokyo Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Sachiko Endoh
2-10-1-7
Impact of ectrothermal vessel sealing system for hip disarticulation surgery in sarcoma patients
............... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kanazawa University,
Ishikawa, Japan Norio Yamamoto
Basic Research 1
9:15∼10:15 ――――――― Chairperson/Yasuo Kokubo
2-10-2-1
Transcutaneous application of carbon dioxide (CO2) inhibits tendonitis in rat
................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kobe University Hospital, Kobe, Japan Risa Harada
2-10-2-2
Reaction of cold induced vosodilation at local skin in human
........................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, Japan
Yukihide Nishimura
2-10-2-3
Transcutaneous Carbon Dioxide Application Inhibits Muscle Atrophy after Femoral Shaft Fracture
.............. Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine, Kobe, Japan
Miho Inoue
2-10-2-4
Molecular changes of tendon and muscle after Achilles tendon repair in senescence accelerated mouse
.............Department of Orthopaedics, Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine, Kobe, Japan Atsuyuki Inui
2-10-2-5
Planter vibration for cast model mouse improves both ankle movement and gait ability
........... Graduate School of Health Science, Kumamoto Health Science University, Kumamoto, Japan Atsushi Doi
2-10-2-6
The effects of Cilostazol and Nicergoline on the monoamine transporter
............................................ University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Fukuoka, Japan Hideaki Itoh
2-10-2-7
Transcutaneous application of carbon dioxide enhanced limb function in rat sciatic nerve crush model
.............. Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine, Kobe, Japan
Hanako Nishimoto
Basic Research 2
10:25∼11:25―――――― Chairperson/Tomoki Aoyama
2-10-3-1
The effect of harmony to brain activity’s evaluation using NIRS
............................................................Nishi-Hiroshima Rehabilitation Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Shinsuke Sato
2-10-3-2
Analyses of the foot movement of the control and the brain damaged patients with fMRI and MEG
.......................................Division of Rehabilitation, Sanwakai Ikeda Hospital, Miyazaki, Japan Hirokazu Kawano
2-10-3-3
Recovery time based on reoxygenation period from incremental test after isometric muscle contraction
......................................... Prefectural University of Hiroshima, Biological System Sciences, Japan Douglas Mori
2-10-3-4
Difference between medial knee pain and lateral knee pain in experimental pain models
...............Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Kochi Medical School, Kochi University, Nankoku, Japan Koji Aso
2-10-3-5
Analysis of Thermography and Capillary Blood Flow after Aerobic Exercise
.................................. Physical Therapy, Aomori University, Health and Welfare, Aomori, Japan Ichiro Watanabe
2-10-3-6
Relationship between muscle fiber type and muscular strength after ACL reconstruction
................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, St. Marianna University School of Medicine Tetsuo Kobayashi
2-10-3-7
Early stage rehabilitation after surgically treated pelvic ring fracture
............................................................ Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation Medicine Yasuo Kokubo
2-10-3-8
Rehabilitation therapy have a previously unrecognized effect on innate immunity
................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kohga Hospital, Shizuoka, Japan Keisuke Kohga
Spine 2
12:55∼13:55―――――――― Chairperson/Shinya Date
2-10-4-1
Multiple spinous process fractures in a female golfer
.................................... Department of Orthopedics, Matsushita Memorial Hospital, Osaka, Japan Kensuke Kido
2-10-4-2
Percutaneous screw fixation for hangman’s fractures using fluoroscopy-assisted navigation
.................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Japanese Red Cross Kobe Hospital, Kobe, Japan Shuhei Osaki
2-10-4-3
The minimally invasive surgery with simplified rehabilitation for lumbar spinal canal stenosis
.......... Department of Orthopaedics, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University of
Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Masateru Nagae
2-10-4-4
A case of intrathecal baclofen therapy for the manegement of spasticity in basilar invagination
.......... Department of Orthopaedics, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University of
Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Hitoshi Tonomura
2-10-4-5
Features of the ADL in patients of the balloon kyphoplasty for vertebral compression fractures
................................................................................................ Eisei Hospital, Hachioji, Japan Yasuhide Imamura
2-10-4-6
The Utility and the Problem of Minimally Invasive Stabilization for the Elder Spinal Fractures
.................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, National Hospital Organization Iwakuni Clinical Center,
Yamaguchi, Japan Tetsuro Mazaki
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2-10-4-7
A Case of the Asymptomatic Venous Thromboembolism during Rehabilitation after Lumbar Spinal Surgery
........................................................... Dept. of Orthop. Surg., Nihon University, Tokyo, Japan Tomohiko Shirata
2-10-4-8
Effect of spinal cord stimulation in elderly patient with failed back surgery syndrome
........................ Department of Rehabilitation Toho University Omori Medical Center, Tokyo, Japan Ikuko Okuni
Fracture 2
14:05∼15:05――――――Chairperson/Shinji Kobayashi
2-10-5-1
Outcomes of undisplaced femoral neck fracture treated by fixation in very elderly patients
.. Orthopaedic Section, North Medical Center, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Japan Takashi Yoshida
2-10-5-2
Clinical results of the centenarians’ hip fracture
............... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shiseido General Hospital, Yamagata, Japan Shinji Kobayashi
2-10-5-3
Effects and problems of introduced regional critical pathway of hip fracture at rehabilitaton ward
............................... Department of Rehabilitation Sodegaura Satsukidai Hospital, Sodegaura, Japan Makoto Arai
2-10-5-4
Cognitive and Affective Predictors of Postoperated Hip Fracture Rehabilitation Participation
....Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine,
Sendai, Japan Naofumi Tanaka
2-10-5-5
The influence factor of gait in hip fracture patient with dementia
........................................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Shimizu hospital, Tottori, Japan Sugao Mitani
2-10-5-6
The relationship between psychological symptom and physical function for the elderly
...................... Department of Geriatric Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo,
Tokyo, Japan Koji Shibasaki
2-10-5-7
Grip strength, AMC, CC of hip fracture patients are ambulatory ADL predictors
................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine/Orthopaedic Surgery, Kensei Hospital, Aomori, Japan
Yoshiaki Morinaga
Fracture 3
15:15∼16:15――――― Chairperson/Yoshihiko Nomura
2-10-6-1
Examination about the pelvic morphometry in the proximal femoral fracture patient
.............. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Yoshinogawa Medical Center, Tokushima, Japan Hiroshi Yonezu
2-10-6-2
Hemiarthroplasty for unstable femoral basicervical fractures
............................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Tamana Central Hospital, Kumamoto, Japan Ryuya Ochi
2-10-6-3
Results after an operation of the femoral proximal fracture in an acute period hospital
.................................................................................................... Takada Orthopedic Hospital, Japan Ken Takada
2-10-6-4
Study on the relation between reduced position and walking ability in femoral trochanteric fracture
................. Department of Rehabilitation Medecine, Shizuoka General Hospital, Shizuoka, Japan Ken Nakayama
2-10-6-5
Outcome at discharge of hip fracture patients: obesity is better than underweight
.................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine/Orhopaedic Surgery, Kensei Hospital, Aomori, Japan
Yoshiaki Morinaga
2-10-6-6
Cut-off value of physical performance tests for Ambulatory independence of hip fracture patients
..................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine/OrhopaediSurgery, Kensei Hospital, Aomori, Japan
Yoshiaki Morinaga
2-10-6-7
Features of hip fracture with diabetes - not older, bone density is higher and better ADL ................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine/Orthopaedic Srgery, Kensei Hospital, Aomori, Japan
2-10-6-8
Yoshiaki Morinaga
Thoraco-lumbar vertebral body fractures in elderly patients
................................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yukioka Hospital, Japan Suguru Ohsawa
Upper Extremity, Complication
16:25∼17:25――――――― Chairperson/Yasushi Touge
2-10-7-1
Conservative treatment for clavicle fractures
............... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Yokohama Municipal Citizen’s Hospital, Yokohama, Japan
Akihiro Nakazawa
2-10-7-2
Radial Nerve Palsy Associated with Humeral Shaft Fractures
............................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyoto University, Japan Ryosuke Ikeguchi
2-10-7-3
The median-ulnar latency difference of electrological examination in severe carpal tunnel syndrome
.......... Department of Orthopaedics, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University of
Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Shinji Tsuchida
2-10-7-4
Characteristics of Wrist Flexion and Extension Torques in Lateral Epicondylitis Patients
......... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Tokyo Medical University Ibaraki Medical Center, Ami, Japan
Yuichi Yoshii
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2-10-7-5
Evaluation of post-operative rehabilitation for Dupuytren contracture in our hospital
................................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Yamanashi,
Yamanashi, Japan Takashi Ando
2-10-7-6
Motor Complication based on the amount of movement after tourniquet avascularization
............................................... Department of Orthopaedics, Juntendo University, Tokyo, Japan Hiroyuki Maeda
2-10-7-7
Complications and serum albumin level in perioperative care for femoral neck fractures
.....................................Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Iwate Medical University, Iwate, Japan Kotaro Sato
2-10-7-8
The features of deep vein thrombosises outbreak after lower limbs orthopedics operations
.................................................... Hokkaido University Hospital Rehabilitation Medicine, Japan Hironobu Iguchi
Room 11 (June 10th)
Oral Presentation
Stroke (case reports) 1
8:05∼9:05 ――――― Chairperson/Hidenobu Okuma
2-11-1-1
A case report of hemichorea-hemibalism caused by the left thalamus hemorrhage
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nagareyama Central Hospital, Chiba, Japan Izumi Kato
2-11-1-2
A case of occipital bleeding with various heteroptics in remaining right visual field
...................................................................... Rehabititaton Center, Saitama Memorial Hospital, Japan Eiji Suzuki
2-11-1-3
Robotic training improved reaching movement in a patient with chronic stroke : a case report
...............Department of Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine, Kagoshima University Graduate School of
Medicine, Kagoshima City, Japan Yumeko Amano
2-11-1-4
Mismatched F-wave data with clinical findings in a patient with cerebrovascular disease
................. Graduate School of Health Sciences, Graduate School of Kansai University of Health Sciences,
Osaka, Japan Toshiaki Suzuki
2-11-1-5
Transition of ADL scores in stroke patients we could follow from acute phase to convalescent phase
....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kizawa Memorial Hospital, Gifu, Japan Hiroe Yamagishi
2-11-1-6
The Course of the Employee Reinstated After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
................................................................ NTT East Metropolitan Health Care Center, Tokyo, Japan Takako Sato
2-11-1-7
How to break through the barrier of `Please return after the complete recovery`
.............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Jujo Takeda Rehabilitation Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Mika Ogawa
Stroke (case reports) 2
9:15∼10:15 ――――― Chairperson/Kinuyo Nakayama
2-11-2-1
Case report of Foix-Chavany-Marie syndrome caused by high-energy head injury
........................................................................ Hatsudai Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Satoru Furuhashi
2-11-2-2
vertebral fracture at transferring to the rehabilitation hospital for recovery of head injury
..........................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Eisei Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Shusei Hashide
2-11-2-3
Rehabilitation experience in a case of RCVS
..................................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Sakurakai Hospital, Osaka, Japan Akira Kaneko
2-11-2-4
Acute lithium intoxication in a patient with stroke:A case report.
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Gunma University, Gunma, Japan Hironori Arii
2-11-2-5
Hemiballism as an acute cerebral infarction
...................................................... Rehabilitation Medicine, Mishuku Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Tomoko Nakazora
2-11-2-6
Two case of Putamen-thalamus hemorrhage with higher brain dysfunction
................................................................... Tomakomai higashi hospital, Tomakomai, Japan Youichi Hashimoto
2-11-2-7
Higher brain dysfunction after pontine hemorrhage: Report of 3 cases
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakamatsu hospital of the University of
Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan, Fukuoka, Japan Masaki Ninomiya
Polio, Post-polio Syndrome / Hydrocephalus
10:25∼11:25 ―― Chairperson/Atsushi Kinoshita
2-11-3-1
One cases that were improved in TKA and rehabilitation for Severe Genu Recurvatum by Poliomyelitis
..........................................Sasayama Medicine Center, Hyogo College of Medicine, Hyogo, Japan Shotaro Tsuji
2-11-3-2
A report of rehabilitation and orthosis of post-polio syndrome with sarcopenia by pharyngeal cancer
........................................... Division of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kobe University Hospital, Japan Mai Nakayama
2-11-3-3
Island-like myodegeneration in a patient with polio sequelae: a case report
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Occupational and Environmental Health,
Kitakyushu, Japan Akiko Hachisuka
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2-11-3-4
Effect and safety of transcutaneous application of carbon dioxide on post-polio syndrome.
.................................. Division of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kobe Univertisy Graduate School of Medicine,
Kobe, Japan Yoshitada Sakai
2-11-3-5
Body composition analysis in polio survivors
.................................. Division of Rehabilitation, Hokkaido University Hospital, Sapporo, Japan Yuichiro Matsuo
2-11-3-6
Ultrasonographic evaluation of upper extremities in polio survivors (1)
................. Department of Clinical Laboratory Science, Teikyo University Faculty of Medical Technology,
Tokyo, Japan Hiroshi Tsukamoto
2-11-3-7
The course of the patients who underwent shunt surgery for normal pressure hydrocephalus.
........................................ National Hospital Organization Tokyo National Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Toshihiro Arao
2-11-3-8
Study of falls and fractures in normal pressure hydrocephalus
......................................................... Department of neurosurgery, Chiba University, Chiba, Japan Toshimasa Shin
Respiratory Disease / Dysphagia
12:55∼13:55――――――Chairperson/Hiromichi Metani
2-11-4-1
Effect of intrapulmonary percussive ventilator added on respiratory physical therapy
................................ Department of pediatrics, Ibaraki Prefectural University of Health Sciences Hospital,
Ami, Japan Haruka Oguro
2-11-4-2
A new activities of daily living measurement scale at home in patients with pulmonary disease
............................... Occupational Therapy, School of Health Science, Sapporo Medical University,
Sapporo, Japan Yoko Goto
2-11-4-3
Effect of short term pulmonary rehabilitation program in the inpatients with COPD
.................. Departments of Respiratory Medicine and Allergology, Kinki University, Faculty of Medicine,
Osaka, Japan Yuji Higashimoto
2-11-4-4
Is it possible to predict the effect of short-term pulmonary rehabilitation for stable COPD patient?
............................................................ Rehabilitation Unit, Kyoto University Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Susumu Sato
2-11-4-5
Dysphagia and postoperative pneumonia in patients undergoing transcatheter aortic valve implantation
..............................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan Michiyuki Kawakami
2-11-4-6
Effect of early rehabilitation on patients with Community Acquired Pneumonia hospitalized in ICU
....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The University of Tokyo Hospital, Japan Yusuke Sawada
2-11-4-7
Effect of early rehabilitation on activities of daily living in patients with aspiration pneumonia
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital Institute of
2-11-4-8
Gerontology, Japan Teruyuki Koyama
The effect of the respiratory rehabilitation in chronic stage of mechanical respiratory care
..................................................................................Hakuai Memorial Hospital, Tokushima, Japan Yumi Motoki
Cardiovascular Disease 1
14:05∼15:05―――――― Chairperson/Mitsuru Majima
2-11-5-1
Rehabilitation in stanford type B Acute Aortic Dissection
...................................... Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, Asahi General Hospital, Japan Satoshi Kodera
2-11-5-2
Index of the walk improvement after revascularization of arteriosclerosis obliterans
........................ Department of Vascular Surgery, International University of Health and Welfare Hospital,
Tochigi, Japan Tetsu Horaguchi
2-11-5-3
Cardiac Rehabilitation after AVR and PTAV
............................................................... Saitama Cardiovascular and Respiratory Center, Japan Akihisa Sugawa
2-11-5-4
Cardio Pulmonary Exercise test using new treadmill protocol for cardiac rehabilitation
................................ Department of Cardiovascularl medicine, Japanese red cross Kyoto Daiichi hospital,
Kyoto, Japaan Akira Shikuma
2-11-5-5
Activities of DailyLiving of Hospitalized Patients with Heart Failure were Associated with Mortality
................................................. Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, Rehabilitation Unit, Japan Neiko Ozasa
2-11-5-6
Associations of arterial velocity pulse index (AVI), arterial stiffness and exercise capacity
..................... Department of Internal Medicine and Rehabilitation Science, Graduate School of Medicine,
Tohoku University, Miyagi, Japan Yasushi Tazawa
2-11-5-7
Skeletal Muscle and Ventilatory Response to Exercise in Myocardial Infarction and Diabetes Mellitus
................ Department of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Medicine, Shiga University of Medical Science,
Otsu, Japan Hideki Hayashi
2-11-5-8
Effect of cardiac rehabilitation in severe heart failure with implantable ventricular assist device
......... Department of Internal Medicine & Rehabilitation Science, Tohoku Universiry Graduate School of
Medicine, Sendai, Japan Fumika Suzuki
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Cardiovascular Disease 2
15:15∼16:15――――― Chairperson/Hirokazu Shiraishi
2-11-6-1
A case improved in exercise tolerance capacity through three years rehabilitation after AMI with DM
..................................................................... Kyoto Miniren Central Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Sadayoshi Torihashi
2-11-6-2
Respiratory gas exchange of a patient with heart disease during activity of daily living
............ Wakamatsu Hospital of University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan Junichiro Shiraishi
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Clinical experiences of CPX without chronic heart and lung failure in Rehabilitation Hospital
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Akabane Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yukio Kosako
2-11-6-4
Admission BNP is useful if cardiologist is absent in convalescence rehabilitation ward
....................... Division of General Medicine, General Rehabilitation Iyo Hospital Ehime, Japan Hiroshi Hashida
2-11-6-5
Cardiac rehabilitation program for smoking cessation in patients with acute myocardial infarction.
............................... Department of Cardiology, Japanese Red Cross Kyoto Daiichi Hospital, Japan Keisuke Shoji
2-11-6-6
Investigation of multimorbidity in cardiac rehabilitation
..... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Japanese Red Cross Ashikaga Hospital, Japan Tomoyuki Nakamura
2-11-6-7
Relation factors to impaired stroke volume during the 6-minute walk test in systemic sclerosis
............................................... School of Health Sciences, Kanazawa University, Kanazawa, Japan Fujiko Someya
2-11-6-8
Limb Blood Flow Response during Exercise in Patients with Peripheral Vascular Disease
.................................................................. Rehabilitation Center Tokyo Medical University, Japan Takuya Osada
Physiatrist: the Role and Eductaion
16:25∼17:25――――― Chairperson/Michinobu Maeda
2-11-7-1
Physical Assessment and Restorative Intervention for Patients with Spodyloarthropathies
............... Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Yokohama City University, Japan Fujiko Sakuma
2-11-7-2
The Role of Rehabilitation at Hansen’s disease sanatorium in Philippines
..................... Department of Rehabilitation, National Tama-Zenshoen Sanatorium, Tokyo, Japan Syoichi Tashiro
2-11-7-3
The Second Report on Duties of Rehabilitation Department for early supported discharge
................................................ Department of Rehabilitation, New Tokyo Hospital, Chiba, Japan Masanori Nishi
2-11-7-4
Trial of Hospital Emergency Call System and BLS Training Course in Our Hospital
................................................................................ Aida Memorial Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Kenji Onouchi
2-11-7-5
Outpatient Rehabilitation for Neural Intractable Disease
................................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, NHO Yamagata National Hospital,
Yamagata pref, Japan Shiho Toyooka
2-11-7-6
Effects of medical rehabilitation in acute care hospital
................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Himeji Red Cross Hopital, Hyogo, Japan Masamichi Tanaka
2-11-7-7
Educational Support for suctioning by therapists
..............Department of Rehabilitation, Sapporo Nishimaruyama Hospital, Sapporo, Japan Kazutoshi Yokogushi
2-11-7-8
Involvement of the doctor in visit rehabilitation(In relation to rehabilitation management addition)
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Akitsukounoike Hospital, Nara, Japan Motoaki Okumura
Room 12 (June 10th)
Poster Presentation
Stroke 3
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8:05∼9:05―――――――― Chairperson/Manabu Iwata
An example of interventions in the home return in brainstem infarction remains of advanced failure
................................................................................. Kameda Rehabilitation Hospital, Chiba, Japan Namiko Sada
A case of juvenile cerebral infarction due to familial arrhythmia
...................................... Department of Neurosurgery, Yuyu-Kenko-Mura Hospital, Niigata, Japan Hideko Ohno
A Case of operculum Syndrome(Foix-Chavany-Marie Syndrome) with recorrence of celebral infarction.
..... Dpartment of Rehabilitation Medicine. Kyouto Miniren Daini Chuou Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Rika Matsunada
A case diagnosed mitochondrial diseases after stroke enforced recovery reha in our hospital
............ Department of Rehabilitation, Nishinomiya Kyoritsu Rehabilitation Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Hisayuki Itoi
A case of cerebral hemorrhage that developed osteomyelitis of the finger distal phalanx
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Aijinkai rehabilitation hospital, Osaka, Japan Satoe Iguchi
The Future of the Stroke Patients with Lowwer Limb dominant Paresis in Rehabilitation Ward.
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyoto Minirenchuo Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Dai Yokomizo
Two cases of post stroke depression in the convalescent rehabilitation ward
........................................... Department of Neurosurgery, Kurashiki Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Takeshi Ono
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Brain Disease / Others
2-12P-3-1
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2-12P-3-4
8:05∼9:05――――――――― Chairperson/Hiroki Ebata
An autopsied case of Lewy body disease showing distinguishing characteristic symptoms
.............. Department of Neurology, Saitama Prefectural Rehabilitation Center, Saitama, Japan Yuichi Fumimura
Long Term Follow-up Study for Severe Heat Stroke with Variable Central Nervous Involvement
..................... Department of Neurology, Nara Prefecture General Rehabilitation Center, Nara, Japan Miho Sugie
Severe encephalopathy after heatstroke -4 case reports............................................................................ Aida Memorial Rehabilitation Hospital, Ibaraki, Japan Aya Saito
Six juvenile cases of severe head injury treated at Kaifukuki ward during last 4 years
.......................... Department of rehabilitation, Kaikoukai rehabilitation hospital, Aichi, Japan Haruki Yamakawa
2-12P-3-5 An Investigation on Attention Disorder with Branch ateromatous disease at Our Hospital
.......................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Saitama Misato General Rehabilitation Hospital,
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Saitama Prefecture, Japan Sangkyun Ko
Factor of psychic disturbance for patients with higher brain dysfunctions in rehabilitation ward
................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Fukui General Hospital, Fukui, Japan Mamiko Sato
Incidence of pain on nonparetic upper extremity of hemiparetic patients and its relation to cane use
.............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Imamura bun-in Hospital, Kagoshima, Japan Koichiro Dozono
8 cases of intracerebral hemorrhage during anti-thrombotic therapy
.......................................................... Department of Neurosurgery, Kure kousai Hospital, Japan Karol Terasaka
Relationship between insulin resistance and adipocytokines in patients with stroke
................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University, Saitama, Japan Mitsuru Majima
Malignant Tumor
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The Rehabilitation for joint manifestations of chronic graft versus host disease: a case report
........................Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Nara Medical University, Kashihara, Japan Yusuke Inagaki
My voice project
...........................................................................Tokyo Metoroporitan Neurological Hospital, Japan Hajime Hino
Factors affecting activities of daily living in postoperative breast cancer patients
........................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hyogo Collage of Medicine, Hyogo, Japan Sayaka Ikeda
Rehabilitation in patients with malignant glioma
...... Department of Rehabilitation, Aida Memorial Rehabilitation Hospital, Ibaraki, Japan Hidetoshi Shimaguchi
Effect of rehabilitation for motor disability of newly diagnosed malignant glioma.
....................Department of Neurosurgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan Kei Nakai
The state of brain tumor’s patients admitted to our convalescence rehabilitation wards
.................... Department of Rehabilitation, Nishi-Hiroshima Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Tomohide Maeshiro
Rehabilitation of Patients with Trousseau’s Synfrom at our Hospital
..........Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tsuchiura Kyodo General Hospital, Ibaraki, Japan Tsuneo Okada
Rehabilitation for stroke patients with cancer.
...........................................Department of Neurology, JCHO Osaka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Haruhiko Terakawa
The Rehabilitation for The Patients of Neoplastic Disease of Our Hospital
........................................................................................ Nagano Children’s Hospital, Nagano, Japan Yuko Gomi
Complications 2
2-12P-2-1
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2-12P-2-3
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2-12P-2-6
15:15∼16:15 ―――― Chairperson/Madoka Kanematsu
The rehabilitation of HIV patients and the process of the acceptance in the rehabilitation ward
.................................................................................. Nakano Kyouritsu Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Miwa Nakagawa
A clinical study on gastroesphageal reflux in a stroke patient wiht diaphragmatic eventration
............................................................................. Showa hospital Shimonoseki City Japan Toshiharu Takiguchi
One cases of esophageal achalasia diagnosed during convalescence rehabilitation hospitalization.
............................... Funabashi Municipal Rehabilitation Hospital, Funabashi, Chiba, Japan Yoshirou Takamatsu
Role of physiatrist in decision of making diagnosis and treatment for acute abdominal pain
.................................................................................................. Saitama Medical University, Japan Kyoko Maeda
A case rport of meteorism improvement by reguraly chaging position
..........................................................................Rehabilitation Medicine NTT east mhc, Japan Toshiya Mawatari
Prevalence ob diarrhea at long hospitalization
..........................................................................Rehabilitation Medicine NTT east mhc, Japan Toshiya Mawatari
Drug therapy
2-12P-4-1
8:05∼9:05―――――― Chairperson/Chieko Hasegawa
15:15∼16:15 ―――――― Chairperson/Juichi Kawakami
One case resulted in the gait, protein anabolic steroid use in trauma rehabilitation
................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kousinkai Ogura Hospital, Japan Keizo Shigenobu
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Experience of the use of Herval Medicine for the Facial Nerve palsy intractable case
......................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Toho University, Tokyo, Japan Hideaki Izukura
2-12P-4-3 Kakkonto was effective in a patient with cerebral infarction and sleep apnea syndrome
...Department of Rehabilitation Medicine and Internal Medicine, Joetsu Community Medical Center, Niigata, Japan
2-12P-4-4
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Kazuya Nozaki
The effect of yokukansan against unrest after stroke
............................................................................................................ Kawasaki Hospital, Japan Akira Nakazawa
Traditional japanese medicine as treatment option for patients in rehabilitation department.
........................................................................................... Tokyo Teishin Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Masako Kouno
A study on the efficacy and safety of Hochuekkito for hemiplegia of cerebrovascular disease patient
............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kenwakai Hospital, Nagano, Japan Naoki Fukumura
2-12P-4-7 The effect of lactic acid bacteria for stroke patients of convalescence rehabilitation ward
............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kenwakai Hospital, Nagano, Japan Naoki Fukumura
2-12P-4-8 Duloxetine treatment for post-stroke depression
....Department of Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine, Graduate school of Medical and Dental Sciences,
Kagoshima University, Japan Shuji Matsumoto
Amputation/Para-Sports
2-12P-6-1
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2-12P-6-4
15:15∼16:15 ――――― Chairperson/Mitsuhiko Ikebuchi
One case that made the artificial leg with the thigh prop for amputation
.................................................................................................. Maki Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Daesang Lee
A case of diabetes mellitus with bilateral lower-limb prosthesis
............................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokyo General Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Eiko Sunami
A prosthesis and rehabilitation for the above-knee amputee with a fracture of the femur head.
.......................Department of Rehabilitation, Daini-Okamoto General Hosipital, Uji, Kyoto, Japan Masao Kimura
Early revision hemi-arthroplasty in a patient with above knee amputation for femoral neck fracture
............Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Oita University, Oita, Japan Tomonori Tabata
2-12P-6-5 The Role of Physiatrist in National Sports Festival for People with Disabilities
............Department of Sports and Para Sports Medicine, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Japan
2-12P-6-6
Tomoyuki Ito
The report of medical checkup at Para Athletics in last three international conventions
............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama University, Wakayama, Japan Yuki Mukai
Cardiovascular Disease / Dialysis
2-12P-8-1
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15:15∼16:15 ――――― Chairperson/Hiroshi Watanabe
One of case of the former professional boxer suffered from acute myocardial infarction
.. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shiga University of Medical Science, Shiga, Japan Tamiro Kawaguchi
Implementation state of cardiac rehabilitation in post acute phase hospital
................................................................................................ Dohgo Spa Hospital, Ehime, Japan Makoto Onishi
The Present and the Future of Cardiac Rehabilitation Medicine in Our Hospital.
........... Tokyo Metropolitan Health and Medical Corporation Toshima Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Hiroki Ogasawara
The Rehabilitation of eight Hemodialysis Patients who recieved a lower limb amputation
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medecine, Yoyogi Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Hiroshi Kotani
About a dialysis patient in the stage of sub-acute rehabilitation
......................................................................Jyujyo Takeda Rehabilitation Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Naoko Kiritani
2-12P-8-6 Rehabilitation of Stroke Patients with Dialysis
..............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University, Toyoake,
2-12P-8-7
Aichi, Japan Hui Chen
Analysis of Convalescent Rehabilitation in Hemodialysis Patients
................................ Kaikoukai Rehabilitation Hospital, Kaikoukai Medical Group, Aichi, Japan Yoshiko Tamaru
Room 13 (June 10th)
Poster Presentation
Hip Fracture
2-13P-1-1
8:05∼9:05―――――― Chairperson/Norikazu Ichikawa
A survey of the patients with hip fracture transferred to acute hospital in a subacute ward
...............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Aijinkai Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Tadashi Tanaka
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Orthotics
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Prognosis and home discharge after surgical in elderly patients with proximal femoral fracture.
.......................................Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Miyata Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Minako Nambu
The analysis for influence of antiplatelet drugs on rehabilitation of femoral neck fracture surgery
..... Department of Rehabilitation, Nanakuri memorial hospital, Fujita Health University, Mie, Japan Naoki Asano
The relationship of postoperative ADL and watting days until surgery
................................. Department of Orthopedics, Tochigi Medecal Center Shimotsuga, Japan Mayu Yamamura
Efficiency of health economics of the post-acute stage rehabilitation for the hip fracture patients
......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Takarazuka Rehabilitation Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Masaharu Sato
Prolonged discharge at the convalscent hospital of the regional passway for hip fracture
................................................................................................. Shiseido General Hospital, Japan Shinji Kobayshi
Long-hospital patients after orthopaedic surgery with eldery hip fracture.
................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Shinshu Ueda Medical Center, Ueda, Japan Tsutomu Akahane
Improvements of postoperative cognitive function improve activities of daily living
.................................................. Tsuruoka kyouritsu rehabilitation hospital, Tsuruoka, Japan Echo Matsushima
8:05∼9:05――――――― Chairperson/Tomoko Manzai
New assemble method of Head Gear
......................................... National Rehabilitation Center for Disabled Children, Tokyo, Japan Takashi Seshimo
Attempt of the shoulder abduction orthosis for bathing
..................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Konan Hospital, Kumamoto, Japan Mitsunobu Watanabe
2-13P-3-3 Modified hip abduction brace for urethral catheterization: Case report
.................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Iwate Prefectural Rehabilitation and Nursery Center for
Disabled Children, Iwate, Japan Yuka Kitagawa
2-13P-3-4 Double layered short leg brace for the patients with severe spasticity
.................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Iwate Prefectural Rehabilitation and Nursery Center for
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2-13P-3-6
Disabled Children, Iwate, Japan Yuka Kitagawa
A case of Infantile valgus knee improved by foot orthosis
................ Depertment of Orthopaedic Surgery, Miyagi Children’s Hospital, Miyagi, Japan Shigemasa Komatsu
Effect of ankle foot orthosis on postural balance in a patient with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease
...............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Maebashi Red Cross Hosipital, Gunma, Japan Hiroaki Ohtake
2-13P-3-7 The conservative therapy for adult acquired flat foot deformity
.......... Department of Orthopaedics, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University of
Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Kazuya Ikoma
2-13P-3-8 Aftertreatment using VACOped for foot and ankle surgery
...................................... Department of Orthpaedic Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Tsukuba,
Tsukuba, Japan Daisuke Nozawa
Spine
2-13P-5-1
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8:05∼9:05――――――――― Chairperson/Taku Ogura
The case of Crowned dens syndrome at Convalescence rehabilitation ward.
......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Koto-hospital, Tokyo, Japan Ruka Yamamoto
A case of conservative therapy for thoracic vertebral fracture with ankylosing spinal hyperostosis.
...................... Department of Orthopedics, Meiji University of Integrative Medicine, Nantan, Japan Kentaro Inui
2-13P-5-3 One-year Results of X-Stop<SUP>R</SUP> Implantation in Patients with Lumbar Spinal Canal Stenosis
................... Department of Orthopaedics, Meiji University of Integrative Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Kazutaka Koto
2-13P-5-4 Short-term results of endoscopic laminectomy for lumbar spinal canal stenosis
....................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Himeji Medical Center, Himeji, Japan Tomoyuki Yamakawa
2-13P-5-5
Clinical outcomes of microendoscopic laninotomy for the elderly with lumbar spinal canal stenosis
...................................................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kyushu University Kenichi Kawaguchi
2-13P-5-6 Microendoscopic Posterior Decompression for Extraspinl Radiculopathy of Lumbar Spine
....... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kurume University School of Medicine, Fukuoka, Japan Kimiaki Sato
2-13P-5-7 Activities of Daily Living of patients with spinal infection
.......Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, Tottori University, Tottori, Japan Chikako Takeda
2 13P 5 8 The Relationship Between Cross-sectional area of Praspinalis and sagittal vertical axis (SVA) in adult
patient with deformities of spine
......... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, St. Marianna University School of Medicine, Japan Shigeta Morioka
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Clinical outcome after the conservative treatment of spondylolysis in young athletes
...............................................Nishikawa Orthopaedics & Rehabilitation Clinic, Hyogo, Japan Tetsuo Nishikawa
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Motion Analysis
8:05∼9:05―――――――――― Chairperson/Shoshu In
2-13P-7-1 Changes of postural control strategy during standing of the expectant and nursing mothers
..................................... Prefectural University of Hiroshima Faculty of Health and Welfare Department of
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Physical Therapy, Japan Koji Shimatani
Gait analysis of hemiparesis patients using a portable gait rhythmogram
............... Juntendo University Urayasu Hospital Department of Rehabilitation, Uyarasu, Chiba, Japan Saiko Aiba
The precision of static ROM using MYOMOTION®
....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyoto Takeda Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Masato Yokoyama
The measurement of wrist ROM of a patient who received CI therapy with spherical plot analysis
............................................................................ Kansai Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Kenji Matsumoto
Visualization and quantification of compensatory trunk motion in healthy/impaired shoulder’s motion
...................Institute of Rehabilitation Science, Tokuyukai Medical Corporation, Toyonaka, Japan Naoki Yoshida
Evaluation of spinal moment in the elderly using 3 dimensional musculoskeletal model
....... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Akita University Graduate School of Medicine, Akita, Japan Ken Sasaki
Neuromuscular Disease
2-13P-9-1
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8:05∼9:05――――――― Chairperson/Tetsuro Konishi
A case of toxic neurropathy associated with 1-Bromopropane.
........................... Department of Rehabilitation, Kinki University School of Medicine, Oaka, Japan Masami Ueda
Rehabilitaion for femoral neck fracture with Huntington disease or Parkinson disease
........................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Minoh City Hospital, Osaka, Japan Takahiro Shirogane
The effective duration of hospitalization for rehabilitation in hereditary spinocerebellar ataxia
...............................Department of Neurology, NHO Higashinagoya Hospital, Nagoya, Japan Satoko Sakakibara
Rehabilitation for acute Guillain-Barre syndrome and Miller-Fischer syndrome by DPC data
.......................................... Department of Neurology, Nagoya City East Medical Center, Japan Kentaro Yamada
Analysis of the recovery from Guillain-Barre syndrome with FIM
............................................................................Tochigi Rehabilitation Center, Tochigi, Japan Chizuru Akimoto
Study of factors that influence the effect of rehabilitation for intractable neurological diseases
................ Department of Neurology, General Rehabilitation Center Midori Hospital, Niigata, Japan Ryuji Yajima
Dysphagia rehabilitation of the patients with incurable neuromusclar diseases
................................................................Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation, Japan Kazuya Takahashi
Evaluation of swallowing function in patients with SMON
.................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kawasaki Medical School, Okayama, Japan Shintaro Nezuo
Higher Brain Dysfunction 1
8:05∼9:05―――――― Chairperson/Misako Nagayoshi
2-13P-11-1 The case that IADL was greatly spread as improvement of cognitive dysfunction.
......................................................................... Hatsudai Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Akiko Yoshimoto
2-13P-11-2 A case report of a patient with the left-unilateral spacial neglect, deteriorated for several years.
.............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Seikyo Hospital, Wakayama, Japan Teruyuki Habu
2-13P-11-3 A case of severe right unilateral spatial neglect after left-hemisphere stroke in a left-hander
............................................. Tokyo Kinrosha Iryokai Misato Kyoritsu Hospital, Saitama, Japan Yasuhiro Inooka
2-13P-11-4 A case of integrative visual agnosia with dysmnesia and prosopagnosia, route finding difficulty
................................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Ota Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yu Kanuma
2-13P-11-5 Delusional misidentification syndrome to theratist and phisician in rehabilitation of stroke
.........................Deparment of Rehabilitaion Medicine, Rakuwakai Otowa Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Hisashi Tanaka
2-13P-11-6 Memory impairment with predominant disinhibition resulting from stroke. Report of two cases.
.................................................. Department of Neurology, Nagoya Ekisaikai Hospital, Aichi, Japan Atsuko Goto
2-13P-11-7 Difference of Improvement in Global Aphasia;Case Report
...............................................................................................Maki Rehabillitation Hospital, Japan Daizo Kamase
2 13P 11 8 Two cases of Crossed Aphasia
................................................................ Hatsukaichi Memorial Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Masami Yoshikawa
Dysphagia 2
8:05∼9:05―――― Chairperson/Yasuyuki Matsushima
2-13P-13-1 A study of the reliability of the bolus speed at the cricoid cartilage level by the ultrasonography
..................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Satou Memorial Hospital, Okayama, Japan Nobuyuki Arai
2-13P-13-2 Study of Aspiration Pneumonia among Adult Patients with Intellectual Disability
.............................. Department of Intenal Medicine, Akitsu Kounoike Hospital, Nara, Japan Toshimasa Majima
2-13P-13-3 Relationship between VF examination of swallowing and MASA-J or tongue pressure on stroke patients.
.....................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kita-Harima Medical Center, Ono, Japan Masashi Hosomi
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2-13P-13-4 Outcome of the patient who examined videoendoscopic evaluation of swallowing in our hospital
................................ Department of Rehabilitation medicine, Yokohamashintoshi Neurosurgical Hospital,
Yokohama, Japan Yasumasa Asai
2-13P-13-5 Dysphagia in patients after cardiac surgery
...............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokyo women’s medical university, Tokyo, Japan Sayaka Toga
2-13P-13-6 ADL and predictors for shift to oral intake in enteral nutrition patients at a convalescent ward
. Department of Rehabilitaion Medicine, Sakurakai Social Medical Corporation, Sakurakai Hospital, Japan
Atsuko Tanaka
2-13P-13-7 Oral Intake Recovery from Tube Feeding by Dysphagia
.............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Rehabilitation Amakusa Hospital, Koshigaya, Japan Kanto Ishii
2-13P-13-8 The treatment result of the tubal feeding patients in our Kaifukuki ward
............................. Department of rehabilitation, Kaikoukai rehabilitation hospital, Aichi, Japan Kumiko Ishizaki
Convalescent Phase / Community Rehabilitation
8:05∼9:05 ―― Chairperson/Tomoko Kagiyama
2-13P-15-1 Effect of muscloskeltal rehabilitaion for very eldery people in ‘Kaifuku-ki’rehabilitation hospital
........ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Jujo Takeda Rehabilitation Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Shinsuke Ishino
2 13P 15 2 Observational study of outcome after rehabilitation among elderly cases with bone fracture
.......................................................................... Akabane Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Takeru Shimada
2-13P-15-3 A trail of the rehabilitation program for the frailed elderly in Hanno Seiwa Rehabilitation Ward
.............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hanno Seiwa Hospital, Hanno, Japan Naomi Kigawa
2-13P-15-4 The current state of the super-senior citizen who entered this hospital
............................... Funabashi Municipal Rehabilitation Hospital, Funabashi, Chiba, Japan Yoshirou Takamatsu
2 13P 15 5 The Point Of Care Rehabilitation in the Ward of Hospital for Community-Based Care
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Houju Memorial Hospital, Nomi City, Ishikawa, Japan Yoshifumi Ueda
2-13P-15-6 Summary of the local inclusion care ward for 2 year While comparing it with last year
................................................................................................................................ Tokyo, Japan Satoshi Yamada
2-13P-15-7 Research of Diseases and Disability at Care Ward for Community in my Hospital
...........Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Medical Association Hospital, Hakodate, Japan Satoshi Ishikawa
2 13P 15 8 The Evaluation of Rehabilitation on Chiki-Hokatsu Care ward. A challenge in rural small hospital
.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyoto Kyoritsu Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Chisato Tamaki
Fracture / Osteoporosis
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15:15∼16:15 ―――――― Chairperson/Shinji Yoshioka
Surgical treatment of anterior-superior iliac spine avulsion fracture
.............................................. Department of Orthopaedics, Tanabe Central Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Shinya Fujita
Treatment of no limit weight bearing after operation of lateral malleolus fracture
............ Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation Medicine, Kosei Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Hideto Maruno
2-13P-2-3 Effect of using clinical pathway for osteoporosis treatment in patients with distal radius fracture
............... Department of Orthopaedis Surgery, Shizuoka Medical Center, National Hospital Organization,
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Shizuoka, Japan Shusuke Ota
Effect of denosmub treatment for osteoporosis patients after knee surgery.
........................................................... Niippon Kokan Fukuyama Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Yasuhiro Takahara
Secondary Osteoporosis and Fracture in Severely Multiple Handicapped hildren
....................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yamagata National Hospital, Yamagata, Japan Hiroshi Orui
The relationship between the falling score, locomotive syndrome degree test and history of falls
........... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Showa University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan Takashi Nagai
For cases of YAM value less than 70% in dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry
................................................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Kyowakai Kyoritsu Hospital Satoru Sasaki
Orthotics / Technical Aid
2-13P-4-1
15:15∼16:15 ――――― Chairperson/Osamu Kashimoto
Present issues of SuperRakurakuTesuri =The handrail which we developed
...................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nagano Central Hospital, Nagano, Japan Tomoki Nakano
2-13P-4-2 Knowledges in making an electric wheelchair for a patient of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type 3
..................... Tokyo Metropolitan Higashiyamato Medical Center for Developmetal/Multiple Disabilities,
2-13P-4-3
2-13P-4-4
Tokyo, Japan Sui Sone
Making of a wheelchair and car seat of easily vary attitude for a child with severe cerebral palsy
...............................Shiga Medical Center for Children, Department of Rehabilitation, Japan Toshiko Hirashima
Assistive Technic Round in acute hospitals: a comparative observation among the three hospitals
........................................... Department of Social Welfare, Nihon Fukushi University, Aichi, Japan Hiroyuki Fujii
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2-13P-4-5 A survey of lower leg orthoses usage in Myotonic Dystrophy
......... Department of Physical Rehabilitation, National Center Hospital, National Center of Neurology and
2-13P-4-6
2-13P-4-7
Psychiatry, Japan Takako Saotome
Database analysis of the regimen of the orthoses for lower limbs
.................................. National rehabilitation center for persons with disabilities, Saitama, Japan Takashi Maeno
Survey of prosthesis prescription in Okinawa recovery consultation offices for physical disabilities
........................ Department of Orthopedic Surgery, University of the Ryukyus, Okinawa, Japan Chikako Oshiro
Upper Extremity 2
2-13P-6-1
2-13P-6-2
15:15∼16:15 ――――――― Chairperson/Toru Morihara
Clinical short term results of reverse total shoulder arthroplasty
............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shiga University of medical science, Shiga, Japan Ryo Nakajima
Preoperative factors associated with the results of arthroscopic rotator cuff repair
..................................................... Department of Orthopaedics Surgery, Asahi hospital, Aichi, Japan Takashi Ito
2-13P-6-3 Fatty infiltration of rotator cuff muscle doesn’t improve even in well-repaired rotator cuff tear.
......................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Osaka City University Graduate School of Medicine,
2-13P-6-4
2-13P-6-5
2-13P-6-6
2-13P-6-7
Osaka, Japan Koichi Ichikawa
The relationship between pathology of torn rotator cuff muscle and muscle strength after cuff repair
.......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yamagata University Hospital, Yamagata, Japan Daisaku Tsuruta
Evaluation of the treatment results of a rotator cuff tear to the Shoulder 36.
............ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Chushin-matsumoto General Hospital, Japan Kobayashi Hirokazu
Limited extension after linked total elbow arthroplasty in patients with rheumatoid arthritis
... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Hiromu Ito
The assessment of changes in range of motion with time after Linked Total Elbow Arthroplasty
... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Hiromu Ito
Rehabilitation Robotics
2-13P-8-1
15:15∼16:15 ――――― Chairperson/Kanoko Hosokawa
Robotic assisted rehabilitation
............................................ Revision of Orthopedic Surgery, Heisei Memorial Hospital, Japan Yasuharu Tomita
2-13P-8-2 Functional improvement therapy using single-joint HAL for a patient with brachial plexus injury
................................ Division of Regenerative Medicine for Musculoskeletal System, Faculty of Medicine,
2-13P-8-3
2-13P-8-4
University of Tsukuba, Japan Shigeki Kubota
3 case report of rehabilitation with HAL for spinal cord injury
...............................Rehabilitation Medicine, Mriyamamemorial hospital, Asahikawa, Japan Yoshimitsu Hayashi
The outcomes of the standing and gait exercise for long term using HAL by CP with spastic diplegia
.......................... Department of Physical therapy, Uekusa Gakuen University, Chiba, Japan Tadamitsu Matsuda
2-13P-8-5 Functional improvement therapy using robot in patients after surgery for osteoarthritis of the knee
.....................................Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Faculty of Medicine, University of Tsukuba,
2-13P-8-6
2-13P-8-7
Tsukuba, Japan Hisashi Sugaya
Effect of Balance Exercise Assistant robot for Ambulatory rehabilitation users
.................................................................................................... Ukai Rehabilitaion Hospital, Japan Sachie Imani
Analysis of movement changes after practice using Balance Exercise Assist Robot in healthy man
......................................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Gakusai Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Ken Ishihara
Physiatrist: the Role and Eductaion
15:15∼16:15 ――――――― Chairperson/Yasushi Miura
2-13P-10-1 The questionary survey (the second report) to a supervisor about the clinical teaching
.........Department of Nursing and Rehabilitation Medicine, Chubugakuin University, Gifu, Japan Norihiro Otake
2-13P-10-2 Relationship between scores in the national examination for PT and GPA every semester
...........................................Department of Medical Rehabilitation, Kobegakuin University, Japan Hiroshi Murao
2-13P-10-3 Results properties of the school-leaver -Research using GPA consisting of required subjects.............................. Department of Medical Rehabilitation, Kobegakuin University, Hyogo, Japan Nobuhiko Iwai
2-13P-10-4 Community Based Musculoskeletal Education
.............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Daiyukai General Hospital, Ichinomiya, Japan Kazuichiro Hori
2-13P-10-5 The Clinical Traning about Rehabilitation in a General Hospital
................................................................................ Kariya Toyota General Hospital, Kariya, Japan Akiko Hattori
2-13P-10-6 The necessity of education about dysphasia for medical interns
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yodogawa Christian Hospital, Osaka, Japan Keiko Furukawa
2-13P-10-7 By the Ethical Guidelines for medical research of human, the Influence on rehabilitation study
.......................................................................................... Yokosuka Kyousai Hospital, Japan Manabu Nonogaki
2 13P 10 8 What should we do to make a rehabilitation department an attractive one?
................................................ School of Social Welfare, Tokyo University of Social Welfare, Japan Akira Senzaki
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2-13P-10-9 What shoud physiatrist do with disabled persons independence.
..............................................................................................Oota-hospital, Ootaku, Tokyo, Japan Satrou Hosoda
Higher Brain Dysfunction 2
15:15∼16:15 ―――― Chairperson/Yasutaka Kobayashi
2-13P-12-1 Awareness gap of functional and memory deficits in patients with higher brain dysfunction
.................................. Department of Neurosurgery, Saiseikai Toyama Hospital, Toyama, Japan Takashi Shibata
2-13P-12-2 The efficacy of NIRS upon verbal fluency tasks as the diagnostic tool for higher brain dysfunction.
................. Kyoto Prefectural Rehabiritatic Hospital For Mentally and Physically Disabled Naka Ashihara,
Johyo City, Kyoto, Japan Takanobu Yoshii
2-13P-12-3 Society for driving support after stroke and brain injury persons
.............................................................................. Niigata Rihabilite-tion Hospital, Niigata, Japan Yoko Sakimura
2-13P-12-4 Action of our Hospital to the driving reopening to person with high order brain disfunction
.................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Junwakai Memorial Hospital, Miyazaki, Japan Shu Nagano
2-13P-12-5 The significance of performing driving test on the patients with coginitive dysfunction
............................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chiba rehabilitation center, Chiba, Japan Eimi Sakano
2-13P-12-6 Car driving restart of brain injuries - our hospital approaches
............................... Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation, Yowa Hospital, Yonago, Japan Hideaki Harada
Discharge Support
15:15∼16:15 ―――――― Chairperson/Kazuto Akaboshi
2-13P-16-1 Trend of Young handicapped people of a support facilities.
........................................................................................... Chikamori rehabilitation hospital, Japan Emiko Wada
2-13P-16-2 Retrospective survey of solitary patients before the onset of stroke
...................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kohno Clinical Medicine Reserch Institute Sinagawa
Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Wakana Arakawa
2-13P-16-3 Coordination of Discharge for Solitary Patient in Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward
..................................................................... Chikamori Rehabilitation Hospital, Kochi, Japan Kinuyo Nakayama
2 13P 16 4 Follow-up survey of House Adaptation based on Home Guidance
.............. Department of rehabilitation Medicine, National Higashisaitama Hospital, Saitama, Japan Atsuko Anzai
2-13P-16-5 Construction method of the discharge planning systems in the acute care hospital
..................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Teikyo University Chiba Medical Center,
Chiba, Japan Mineko Murakami
2-13P-16-6 The efforts of our convalescence rehabilitation ward in the comprehensive regional care systems
..................................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, HITO hospital, Ehime, Japan Ai Inoue
2-13P-16-7 Integrated Community Care System in Kurashiki area
.....................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kawasaki Medical School, Okayama, Japan Hiromasa Abe
Room 14 (June 10th)
Poster Presentation (Paramedics)
Upper Extremity 1
2-14K-1-1
2-14K-1-2
2-14K-1-3
2-14K-1-4
2-14K-1-5
2-14K-1-6
2-14K-1-7
9:15∼10:15 ―――――Chairpersons/Kiyoshi Miura・Akira Umemoto
Case Of Massive rotator Cuf Tear~Eperience a re-tear~
........................................................................................ Chiyuukai Shinkomonji Hospital, Japan Tatsuya Maeda
Postoperative rehabilitation program to the case underwent HHR for both rotator cuff tears and
anterior instability............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University Hospital Kyoto Prefectural of
Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Shoko Kawabe
Study of serial changes in shoulder muscle strength after Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
............................................. Japan Community Healthcare Organization Osaka Hospital, Japan Noritaka Mizuta
Clinical results of arthroscopic rotator cuff repair
................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tsukazaki Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Takahiro Kanai
The immediate effect of scapula muscles training at the time of healthy individual
.......... Shoulder Joint Treatment Center, North Alps Medical Center Azumi Hospital, Japan Tomoaki Takahashi
Effects of shoulder girdle training has on the activity of the shoulder joint surrounding muscle
... Shoulder joint Treatment Center, North Alps Medical Center Azumi Hospital, Nagano, Japan Yasuhiro Tajima
A comparison of outcomes after arthroscopic repair of partial versus complete rotator cuff tears
....................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, JCHO Osaka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Teruyoshi Nagafuchi
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Knee 1
2-14K-2-1
2-14K-2-2
2-14K-2-3
2-14K-2-4
2-14K-2-5
2-14K-2-6
2-14K-2-7
2-14K-2-8
2-14K-2-9
9:15∼10:15 ―――― Chairpersons/Takashi Yoshida・Haruki Nakano
The consideration of an artificial knee joint case with our clinical pass for two weeks
...............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Rakuwakai marutamachi Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Yuki Ishizuka
Study of assessment index for inflammatory symptoms in the acute patient
........................................................... Depatment of Rehabilitation, Shimizu Hospital, Tottori, Japan Naoya Endo
The influence of preoperative hip extensor strength on outcome of primary total knee arthroplasty in
old patients ....................................... Department of Rehabilitation, JCHO Osaka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Eriko Ono
Gait changes of total knee arthroplasty in three dimensional motion analysis system
.......................................................................................................... NISHINOKYO HOSPITAL, Japan Yuji Ohno
It is the connection with the motor function preoperative and postoperative and ADL of total knee
arthroplasty.................................................................... Anankyouei hospital, Tokushima, Japan Shinya Takahashi
Total ascent and descent ability of stairs and the leg muscle strength after an artificial knee joint
replacement........................................ Department of rehabilitation Medicine, Yoshinogawa Medical Center,
Tokushima, Japan Kohei Shimada
Effectiveness of Frail CS-10 after Total Knee Arthroplasty and Unicompartmental Knee Arthroplasty
...................................................................................................Rinku General Medical Center, Japan Naoki Ono
Comparative study buprenoruphin and toramadol, pain management of TKA early rehabilitation
....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kameda Hospital, Yokohama, Japan Takumi Mizushima
Relationship between Quality of life and objective evaluation in pre-operative total knee arthroplasty patients
................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Toyohashi Municipal Hospital, Aichi, Japan Ayako Morisaka
Hip 1
2-14K-3-1
2-14K-3-2
2-14K-3-3
9:15∼10:15 ―― Chairpersons/Takahito Yamasaki・Yasunori Nagano
Outcome of primary total hip arthroplasty in patients over 80 years of age
.................................................... Department of Rehabilitation, JCHO Osaka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Rika Marui
Evaluation of patients with hip osteoarthritis after total hip arthroplasty and investigation for satisfaction.
...............................Yamagata Saisei Hospital, Department of Rehabilitation, Yamagata, Japan Takehiro Hachiya
Which Outcomes are Affected by Falls Efficacy and Perceived Leg Length Discrepancy after Total Hip
Arthroplasty......................................... Department of Physical Therapy, Yamagata Prefectural University of
Health Sciences, Japan Tatsuya Nakanowatari
2-14K-3-4 Factors attesting to walking speed (1. 0m/sec) after THA:comparison between young-old and old-old
........................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University Hospital,
2-14K-3-5
2-14K-3-6
2-14K-3-7
2-14K-3-8
Saitama, Japan Yukihiro Matsumoto
The effect of leg lengthening on physical functions after total hip arthroplasty
......................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Kyoto University Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Takuya Hosoe
The characteristics of motor function in the early postoperative period in old-old patients with primary-THA.
Department of Rehabilitation medicine, Saitama medical university hospital, Saitama, Japan Yasuaki Mizoguchi
The progress of standing balance before and after total hip arthroplasty patients
..... Departmentof Rehabilitation Center, Kanazawa Medical University Hospital, Isikawa, Japan Kouji Yabukoshi
Functional independence measure is useful for outcome assessment in THA patients ?
............. Department of Rehabilitaton Center, Kanazawa Medical University Hospital, Ishikawa, Japan Akio Kobe
Rehabilitation Robotics 1
2-14K-4-1
2-14K-4-2
2-14K-4-3
2-14K-4-4
2-14K-4-5
2-14K-4-6
2-14K-4-7
2-14K-4-8
9:15∼10:15 ―――― Chairpersons/Hirofumi Maeda・Yuki Uchiyama
Inspection of the long-term curative effect of robot suit HAL to the spinal muscular atrophy patient
.................................................. National Hospital Organization Tokushima Hospital, Japan Makiko Shimamura
The short-term effects of gait training with robot suit HAL for the patient with undiagnosed spastic
paraplegia................................... Rehabilitation Center, The University of Tokyo Hospital, Japan Masato Hasegawa
The preliminary study with Bionic Leg toward improving physical function in patients with stroke
hemiplegia ....................... Department of Rehabilitation Kyoto Ohara Memorial Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Yuuki Sakai
The Effectiveness of Gait Training Utilizing Walking Assist Robots For the Convalescent Stroke Patients.
...................................... Department of Physical Therapy, Aijinkai Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Masataka Yano
Study of the effect of walking exercise using a walking rehabilitation support tool
..... Department of rehabilitatoin center, Yamaguchi rehabilitation hospital, Yamaguchi, Japan Hirokazu Yamade
Effects of gait exercise setting to patients with stroke using Gait Exercise Assist Robot -Case series studyDepartment of Rehabilitation Medicine, Okayama Rehabilitation Hospital, Okayama, Japan Tadashi Morishima
A study on the thigh soft tissue compression for the power transmission efficiency of the wearable robot
...................................................................................................... Tomei Brace Co., Ltd, Japan Masahiro Okuno
The effect of knee extension assist on the gait abnormality with Gait Exercise Assist Robot
.................Department of Rehabilitation, Fujita Health University Hospital, Toyoake, Aichi, Japan Junya Yamada
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2-14K-4-9
The effect of swing assist on the step length and the gait abnormality with Gait Exercise Assist Robot
................Department of Rehabilitation, Fujita Health University Hospital, Toyoake, Aichi, Japan Daisuke Katoh
Rehabilitation Robotics 2
2-14K-5-1
2-14K-5-2
2-14K-5-3
2-14K-5-4
2-14K-5-5
2-14K-5-6
2-14K-5-7
2-14K-5-8
2-14K-5-9
Effects of robot-assisted therapy with NMES, vibratory stimulation on the hemiplegic hand in a patient
with stroke. ..........................................................Kohshinkai Ogura Hospital, Kagoshima, Japan Taishu Setoguchi
Effects of robot-assisted therapy with NMES, vibratory stimulation on the hand impairment in a patient
with SCI....................................................................... Kohshinkai Ogura Hospital, Kagoshima, Japan Takashi Hoei
A study on the effect of reaching movements using HAL and upper extremity’s suspension system in
hemiplegic patient................................................ Suzuka University of Medical Science, Japan Kazuki Yamaguchi
2 cases of the robot ReoGo-J for upper limb training in Kaifukuki rehabilitation ward
................ Medical Corporation Kiseikai Funabashi Municipal Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Masakazu Ishigaki
The effects of simple model arm trainer for sub-acute hemiparetic stroke patients
.................................................................................. Kitakyushu Abeyama Kouen Hospital, Japan Saki Okamoto
The effect of different robot-supported upper limb training protocols on the effectiveness of treatment
.......... Faculty of Rehabilitation, School of Health Sciences, Fujita Health University, Aichi, Japan Shigeo Tanabe
Effect verification of upper limb rehabilitation equipment SEMUL for Stroke Patients
............................................... Social care corporation Keiwakai Oita Eastern Hospital, Japan Shintaro Kugimiya
The immediate effects of upper extremity robotic therapy using Reo Go-J on gait ability
.................................................................................................................. OKII Clinic, Japan Kazunori Okamura
The upper extremity functional training effect on the stroke hemiplegia patients with single joint HAL
.............................................................................. Niigata Rehabilitation Hospital, Niigata, Japan Kariya Takashi
Rehabilitation Robotics 3
2-14K-6-1
2-14K-6-2
2-14K-6-3
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2-14K-6-4
2-14K-6-5
2-14K-6-6
2-14K-6-7
2-14K-6-8
2-14K-6-9
9:15∼10:15 ―――― Chairpersons/Keiichiro Shindo・Naoki Yoshida
10:25∼11:25―――― Chairpersons/Tomoharu Koike・Toru Matsubara
Using Botox and HAL to Multiple sclerosis patients
....... Advanced Comprehensive Functional Recovery Center, Saga University Hospital, Saga, Japan Taketo Satou
Case of effective gait function recovery by intensive exercise focusing on non-paralyzed stance
with HAL and POPO..................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nagasaki-Kita Hospitalc,
Nagasaki, Japan Yuushi Moriyama
The case study of physical therapy using a HAL on spastic diplegia in Cerebral Palsy who has difficulty
in self-walking........ Department of Physical Therapy Faculty of Health Sciences, Uekusa Gakuen University,
Chiba, Japan Miki Tagami
The investigation of rehabilitation effects by using the walking supporting device(HAL) for stroke patients
.............................................................................. Hakuai Memorial Hospital, Tokushima, Japan Makoto Ootera
Clinical Experiences of Gait Exercise Assist Robot for Right hemipregia patient
....................................................................................... Chikamori Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Kazuki Aihara
About the walk training by the walk exercise assist for the stroke single paralytic
.................................................................................................... Nagao Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Hayato Adachi
Gait exercise of a hemiplegic stroke patient using Gait Exercise Assist Robot: a case report
............................................................ Nanakuri Memorial Hospital, Fujita Health University, Japan Ken Tomida
Experience of Physical Therapy with Gait Exercise Assist Robot (GEAR) for a stroke patient
..... Medical Corporation Kiseikai Funabashi Municipal Rehabilitation Hospital, Chiba, Japan Masahiro Fujisawa
Effect of Gait Exercise Assist Robot (GEAR) on locomotive kinesis of hemiplegic patients after stroke
..........................................Japan Community Health care Organization, Yufuin Hospital, Oita, Japan Shuhei Sato
Rheumatoid Arthritis / the Others
2-14K-7-1
2-14K-7-2
2-14K-7-3
2-14K-7-4
2-14K-7-5
2-14K-7-6
10:25∼11:25 ― Chairpersons/Kazuteru Doi ・Keizo Tokumaru
Rehabilitation for extensor tendon rupture in the rheumatoid hand
......................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Naraseibu Hospital, Nara, Japan Kaori Hashino
The influence of the forearm position on radiographic measurement of the ulnar variance.
..................................................Department of Rehabilitation, Wajinkai Hospital Nagasaki, Japan Hitomi Hanaki
Recovery Process of the AVANTA? Arthroplasty of the Metacarpophalangeal Joints for Rheumatoid
Arthritis.................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Okayama Hospital, Okayama, Japan Kazuki Sakaguchi
Tension Reduced Early Mobilization by Taping for Reconstruction of Ruptured Extensor Tendons in
Rheumatoid Hands ............Department of Rehabilitation, Konan Kakogawa Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Kinue Matsuo
Treatment results and special features of splint used to treat thumb carpometacarpal joint arthritis in
our hospital ..............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Marunouchi Hospital, Nagano Japan Shinya Taguchi
Effect of Splint therapy for the snapping finger
.................................. Dept. of Rehabilitatation, kitakyusyu general hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Noriko Shimokado
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2-14K-7-7
Change of the walk balance ability in the positive rheumatic rehabilitation
..................................................................................................... Orthopedics takahiro clinic, Japan Shuichi Uno
Knee 2
10:25∼11:25――― Chairpersons/Yasuhiro Fujiwara・Kensuke Kido
2-14K-8-1 The effect of press tack needle on the symptoms of knee osteoarthritis ?a pilot randomised controlled study
.............. Department of Clinical Acupuncture and Moxibustion, Meiji University of Integrative Medicine,
2-14K-8-2
Kyoto, Japan Miwa Nakajima
The factor which affects the gait stability in patients of knee osteoarthritis.
........................................................................Oita University Graduate School Of Medicine, Japan Taiki Harada
2-14K-8-3 Relationship of muscle activities of the knee joint during walking and pain in severe knee osteoarthritis
patients ................Department of Rehabilitation, Hyogo College of Medicine Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Yosuke Honda
2-14K-8-4 The report of gait analysis by accelerometer for TKA with O. A.
.... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nihon University School of Medicine, Itabashi Hospital, Japan
2-14K-8-5
2-14K-8-6
2-14K-8-7
Rio Yamanaka
Relationship of the TKA before and after the walking speed and the plantar pressure
...................................Department of Rehabilitation Center Showa University Hospital, Japan Tsuyoshi Ishihara
The effect of expansion to range of motion with a sliding board for total knee arthroplasty
......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hito Hospital, Ehime, Japan Toshiaki Hidaka
The Effect of Cognitive Behavioral Approach for Postoperative Pain after Total Knee Arthroplasthy
...............................................................................................Kumamoto Kinoh Hospital, Japan Takaaki Yoshino
2-14K-8-8 Influence of mental factors and self-training frequency for postoperative self-efficacy after knee arthroplasty
............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sonodakai Joint Replacement Center Hospital,
2-14K-8-9
Tokyo, Japan Takanori Morozumi
Predictive factors associated with outcome after knee arthroplasty
...................................................................... NHO Fukuyama Medical Center, Hiroshima, Japan Rika Watanabe
Hip 2
2-14K-9-1
2-14K-9-2
2-14K-9-3
2-14K-9-4
2-14K-9-5
2-14K-9-6
2-14K-9-7
2-14K-9-8
10:25∼11:25――― Chairpersons/Shogo Toyama・Naofumi Taniguchi
Examination of the subjective QOL evaluation in the art of artificial total hip replacement arthroplasty case
............................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyoto Takeda Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Chikako Tsuji
Evaluation for the patients after total hip arthroplasty
.......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Tsukuba Hospital, Ibaraki, Japan Ayumu Haginoya
Relationship between leg length discrepancy and the satisfaction after total hip arthroplasty.
............................................................ Rehabilitation Center, Kyoto Katsura Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Hara Hiroaki
Hip external rotator exercise contribute to improving physical functions after total hip arthroplasty
................................................... Rehabilitation Unit, Kyoto University Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Manabu Nankaku
Effects of THA early postoperative trunk function training on walking ability recovery
......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yoshinogawa Medical Center, Tokushima, Japan Takashi Konishi
The effect of the load recognition training after THA
.. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yoshinogawa Medical Center, Tokushima, Japan Takahiro Nagashino
The effects of Electric Muscle Stimulation after Total Hip Arthroplasty
.............................................. Department of Rehabilitation, JCHO Osaka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Yusuke Okuno
The effect of preventive methods against the greater trochanter detachment after THA using
Modified Dall’s approach ................ Rehabilitation center, Kyoto katsura Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Fukui Nobuyoshi
Rehabilitation Robotics 4
10:25∼11:25―――――― Chairpersons/Takashi Tanaka・Norihide Itoh
2-14K-10-1 Rehabilitation with the Balance Exercise Assist Robot:a case report
........................................................................... Alpen Rehabilitation Hospital, Toyama, Japan Ryutarou Motoya
2-14K-10-2 Effect of Balance Exercise Assist Robot in Hemiplegia after Stroke
.................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Fujita Health University Hospital, Aichi, Japan Ryuki Kondo
2-14K-10-3 One case in which physicaltherapy combined with balance exercise assist robot in myelitis patient
with paraplegia. ...... Department of Rehabilitation, Kasumigaseki Minami Hospital, Saitama, Japan Takeshi Kondo
2-14K-10-4 Effect of a Balance Exercise Assist Robot on Activities of Daily Living in a Right Hemiplegic Patient
after SAH.................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Uno Hospital, Aichi, Japan Suguru Miura
2-14K-10-5 Effect of the combination therapy of Botulinum taxin therapy and Balance Exercise Assit Robot
........................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Uno Hospital, Aichi, Japan Yasunari Kambe
2-14K-10-6 Adaptation of cognitive dysfunction patients after stroke with Balance Exercise Assist Robot (BEAR)
................Medical Corporation Kisei-kai, Funabashi Municipal Rehabilitation Hospital, Chiba, Japan Kazuo Torii
2-14K-10-7 Experience of Balance Exercise Assist Robot:BEAR use to a convalescent rehabilitation ward inpatient
............................................ Rehabilitation Center, Kizankai Memorial Hospital, Nagano, Japan Takashi Kaneko
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2-14K-10-8 Effect of a Balance Exercise Assist robot in Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Wards
............................................................................. Ukai Rehabilitation Hospital, Aichi, Japan Ryouhei Nakahashi
Rehabilitation Robotics 5
12:55∼13:55―――――― Chairpersons/Emiko Wada・Shigeki Kubota
2-14K-11-1 ITRI-EXO for the spinal cord injury patient
.. Advanced Comprehensive Functional Recovery Center, Saga University Hospital, Saga, Japan Masaki Kitajima
2-14K-11-2 A case of improvement in walking ability was observed by the intervention of ankle assist walking device
................................social medical corporation, sijinnkai, kenotokorozawa hospital, Saitama, Japan Sho Tashima
2-14K-11-3 Study of clinical utility using the ankle assisted walking device in stroke patients
............................... social medical corporation, sijinnkai, kenotokorozawa hospital, Saitama, Japan Satomi Osaki
2-14K-11-4 Study of the therapeutic effect of robot rehabilitation for gait disorder of anterior spinal artery
syndrome patient.............................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, National Hospital Organization
Tokushima Hospital, Japan Kazuhisa Okamoto
2-14K-11-5 Effects of HAL on neurological disease (independence support model) - Based on the experience of
welfare model -....................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nagasakikita Hospital, Nagasaki, Japan
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Kana Nishimoto
2-14K-11-6 The experience of therapeutic intervention in a patient with severe hemiplegia using Gait Exercise
Assist Robot ....... Department of rehabilitation, Okayama Rehabilitation Hospital, Okayama, Japan Hanio Ohshima
2-14K-11-7 Effects of load feed-back training using gait exercise assist robot in patients with stroke
.... Department of Rehabilitation, Hyogo College of Medicine Sasayama Medical Center, Japan Tomoyuki Ogino
2-14K-11-8 Effect of Gait Exercise Assist Robot (GEAR) on convalescent stroke hemiplegic patients
............................. Fujita Memorial Nanakuri Institute, Fujita Health University, Tsu, Mie, Japan Genichi Tanino
Knee 3
12:55∼13:55―――― Chairpersons/Choji Shimizu・Keiichiro Ueshima
2-14K-12-1 Result of physiotherapy for the subcutaneous tear of quadriceps femoris tendon to able-bodied person
-a case report-....................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hiratsuka Kyousai Hospital,
Kanagawa, Japan Keisuke Nakano
2-14K-12-2 One cases of knee extension weakness is no longer occur stair climbing in the left femoral nerve palsy
...................................... Social medical corporation Seityoukai Bellland Hospital, Osaka, Japan Mami Miyagawa
2 14K 12 3 Example that presented distal femoral shaft fracture after total knee Arthroplasty in elderly patients
............................................................................ Nishizaka Orthopedic Clinic, shizuoka, Japan Shinichirou Seki
2-14K-12-4 Muscle strength and range of motion of knee joint with patellar fracture and patellar ligament rupture:
a case report ...... Department of Rehabilitation, Niigata Prefectural Shibata Hospital, Niigata, Japan Soga Takahiro
2-14K-12-5 Functional recovery in the early postoperative period after double level osteotomy for severe varus knee
.................. Department of Rehabilitation, Hyogo College of Medicine Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Takafumi Mizuno
2-14K-12-6 Restoration of extensor and flexor muscle strength of the knee after the medial opening-wedge HTO
.............................................. Department of Reabilitation, JCHO Osaka hospital, Osaka, Japan Naosuke Uchida
2-14K-12-7 The relationship between knee extension strength and vastus medialis muscle activities after ACL injury.
.................................................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Wajinkai Hospital, Japan Nanami Seki
2-14K-12-8 Characteristic of the Knee anterior cruciate ligament injurie’s stabilometriy
............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicein, Shinyurigaoka General Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Dan Nakasa
2-14K-12-9 Postoperative Factors Affecting Return to Sports after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
...........................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Osaka Rosai Hospital, Osaka, Japan Takuya Kitaguchi
Upper Extremity 2
12:55∼13:55――――――― Chairpersons/Ryo Oda・Yasuhiro Uchiza
2-14K-13-1 Consideration of the case that needed three times of Revision total elbow arthroplasty
.......................................................Department of Rehabilitation, JCHO Osaka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Misa Imai
2-14K-13-2 Therapy After Arthroscopic Surgery For Hemophilic Arthropathy - 2cases reports -
.......................................... Department of Rehabilitation, JCHO Osaka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Haruka Horiuchi
2-14K-13-3 Splinting for postoperative status of elbow joint
................................................................................... Tatsumi Clinic and Hospital, Osaka, Japan Tomoko Koumi
2-14K-13-4 A case of Hirayama Disease showed functional improvement owing to the rehabilitative intervention
.....................................Rehabilitation Center, Tokai University Oiso Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Takafumi Uema
2-14K-13-5 The collagenase clostridium histolyticum injection treatment to Dupuytren contracture:A case report.
....................................................................................... Saiseikai Kyoto Hospital, Kyoto Japan Kouitirou Yasuda
2-14K-13-6 Evaluation of the Wrist Torque Recovery in Radial Nerve Palsy Patient: A Case Report.
... Department of Rehabilitation, Tokyo Medical University Ibaraki Medical Center, Ibaraki, Japan Hiroshi Yuine
2-14K-13-7 Factors associated with DASH scores patients with ECTR for carpal tunnel syndrome
...................... Department of Rehabilitation, Kawasaki University of Medical Welfare, Tokyo, Japan Junya Hirata
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2-14K-13-8 Relevance of preoperative Rosen scores and other assessment of carpal tunnel syndrome patients
................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, North Alps Medical center Azumi Hospital,
Nagano, Japan Takashi Murai
Fracture 1
12:55∼13:55―――― Chairpersons/Hiroaki Terashima・Yumi Higuchi
2-14K-14-1 Relationship of between postoperative pain and the period for achieving independent walking in hip fracture
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Nara Yukoukai Hospital, Nara, Japan Kazuya Miyaguchi
2-14K-14-2 Relationship of hip girdle muscle and timed up&go test at proximal femoral fracture surgery progressed
for over a year............................................................................. Konan Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Chihiro Yoshikawa
2-14K-14-3 The relation between the improvement of basic actions and ambulation in hip fracture patients without
dementia ........ Department of Physical Therapy, St. Mary’s Healthcare Center, Fukuoka, Japan Koichiro Tobinaga
2-14K-14-4 About the prognosis according to the way for proximal femoral neck fracture
........................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Kyoto Katsura Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Takahiro Nonaka
2-14K-14-5 Preliminary research that is involved in cane walking prognosis in proximal femoral fracture surgery
................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Oitanakamura Hospital, Oita, Japan Naoto Oonishi
2-14K-14-6 Relations with the walk initiation time in patients with proximal thighbone fracture and ADL, the getting
up time ................................................. Rehabilitation Department, Oitanakamura Hospital, Oita, Japan Muneki Ide
2-14K-14-7 Factors Influencing Ambulatory Ability of Surgically Treated Hip Fracture Patients at Discharge from
Hospitals ........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Ichinomiya west Hospital, Aichi, Japan Kazuhiko Tanaka
Fracture 2
14:05∼15:05――――――― Chairpersons/Yoshiro Tuji・Takeshi Nago
2-14K-15-1 Pre-operative intervention for the patients underwent delayed operation of the femoral neck fracture
.............Depertment of Rehabilitation Medicine, Siseido General Hospital, Yamagata, Japan Tatsuya Ogasawara
2 14K 15 2 POPO with immmediate effect
............................................................................... Setagaya Memorial Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Takahide Tanaka
2-14K-15-3 Preoperative incidence of deep vein thrombosis in proximal femoral fractures
.......................................................................................................... Department of Rehabilitation Kouji Yamada
2-14K-15-4 The trend of the elderly’s balance ability with hip fracture in our convalescent rehabilitation ward
........................................................................................................ Kizankai memorial Hospital Kazuki Komatsu
2 14K 15 5 The condition of the return in our hospital judging from the complications of hip fracture patient
.............................................Department of Physical Therapy, Miyazato Hospital, Okinawa Japan Satoshi Onaga
2-14K-15-6 Objective pain evaluation of the proximal femoral fractures with dementia
................................Dept. of Rehabilitation, Kitakyushu General Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Masahiro Haraguchi
Upper Extremity 3
14:05∼15:05―― Chairpersons/Atsushi Makinodan・Daigo Taniguchi
2-14K-16-1 A case report of bilateral proximal humeral fracture with operative and conservative treatment
................................................ Department of Rehabilitation, JCHO Osaka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Tomoki Koga
2-14K-16-2 The effects of early exercise therapy in humerus fracture patients
..................Medical Corporation Foundation Kenkoukai, General Tokyo Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yasuhiro Okada
2-14K-16-3 A case with reverse total shoulder arthroplasty who was followed up to 12 months postoperatively
............................... Rehabilitation Department, Fujita Health University Banbuntane Hotokukai Hospital,
Aichi, Japan Kosuke Furukawa
2-14K-16-4 Features of the shoulder joint surrounding muscle during shoulder flexion in reverse shoulder
arthroplasty cases ..................................... North Alps Medical Center Azumi Hospital, Japan Kensuke Shizukuda
2-14K-16-5 Fracture of the Distal Radius treated by volar plating:A case report
........ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nishizaka Orthopedic Hospital, Shizuoka, Japan Naoki Tsujimura
2-14K-16-6 Intervention and treatment for osteoporosis after distal radius fracture
............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Tsukuba Hospital, Japan Tadashi Kubo
2-14K-16-7 Protocol creation and commitment to the distal radius fracture~Approach to the skin with a focus on
medical tape~.................................................................... Isogo Central Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Ryota Kimura
Rehabilitation Robotics 6
14:05∼15:05―――――― Chairpersons/Ken Ishihara・Daisuke Imoto
2-14K-17-1 Kinetic analyses of the immediate effect of gait exercise with non-powered exo suit - ACSIVE
................................. Department of Physical Therapy, Suzuka University of Medical Science, Japan Koichi Saito
2-14K-17-2 Effects of a new robot-assisted gait training on locomotor function in convalescent stroke patients
............................................................................ Nishi-Hiroshima Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Naojiro Tanaka
2-14K-17-3 Walking exercise using the Honda Walking Assist Device for after Total Hip Arthroplasty
....... Advanced Comprehensive Functional Recovery Center, Saga University Hospital, Japan Naoki Higashijima
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2-14K-17-4 Single cace which measured Equi Test for investigation of effect of Balance Exercise Assist Robot
...................... Department of Rehabilitation, Fujita Health University Hospital, Aichi, Japan Noriaki Muramatsu
2-14K-17-5 Outpatient hemodialysis patients admitted to improve balance using Balance Exercise Assistant Robot
........................................................... Rehabilitation Unit, Juntendo University Hospital, Japan Tsukasa Yoshida
2-14K-17-6 Effect of Balance Exercise Assist Robot in the proximal femoral fractures post operative patients
..................................................................................... Kizankai Memorial Hospital, Nagano, Japan Fumiya Aoki
2-14K-17-7 Experience of Applying BEAR to Rehabilitation for a Case of Proximal Femoral Fractures after Surgery
................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Ayabe City Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Atsushi Tanushi
2-14K-17-8 Effects of balance training with balance training assist in sub-acute stroke patients with hemiplegia
.......................................... Nanakuri Memorial Hospital, Fujita Health University, Tsu, Mie, Japan Yoshiya Ueno
2-14K-17-9 Reports on the effectiveness and suitability of physical therapy utilizing the balance exercise assist robot
............................... Department of Rehabilitation, Kasumigaseki Minami Hospital, Saitama, Japan Masahiro Ino
Lower Extremity
14:05∼15:05―――――― Chairpersons/Yoshiomi Kubo・Hideki Ueda
2-14K-18-1 Activities of daily living and patient based outcome in patient with femoral neuropathy after total hip
arthroplasty...................... Department of Rehabilitation, Niigata Prefectural Shibata Hospital, Niigata, Japan
Kazuki Mizusawa
2-14K-18-2 Case of improved the chronic pain of hip osteoarthritis by motor learning
............................................................Department of Rehabilitation, Mukaijima Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Yusuke Ii
2 14K 18 3 effect of Leg Jiggling for Hip OA -Articular cartilage to play on conservative therapy
..................... Department of Rehabilitation, Ynagawa Rehabilitation Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Satoshi Morinaga
2-14K-18-4 Study of functions and daily life of one cases who underwent alumina ceramic artificial talus
replacement surgery.................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yashio Central General Hospital,
Saitama, Japan Kenta Aoki
2-14K-18-5 Feasibility of round sole shoe on gait in a patient after Irizalov external skeletal fixation around ankle joint
....................................................................... University of Tsukuba Hospital, Tsukuba, Japan Kanae Funakoshi
2-14K-18-6 Rehabilitation of Achilles tendon suture inability cases
...................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kawakami orthopedic rehabilitation clinic,
Yamaguchi, Japan Ryota Kudamatsu
2-14K-18-7 The orthotic effect on the patients with postoperative pain using a ring type external fixator
.................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Akita University Hospital, Akita, Japan Motoyuki Watanabe
2 14K 18 8 Adequacy evaluations between Navicular Index, Foot Posture Index and conventional measurements
for flatfoot...... Department of Physical Therapy Faculty of Community Health care, Teikyo Heisei University,
Chiba, Japan Yosuke Maruyama
2-14K-18-9 Need for Rehabilitarion of Poor Arch in adolescence
................................................................................................ Takahiro Orthodedic Clinic, Japan Chika Shimura
Room 15 (June 10th)
Poster Presentation (Paramedics)
Locomotive Organ 1
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9:15∼10:15 ―― Chairpersons/Takeshi Yamaguchi・Kazunari Tanaka
Innovation of Regional Partnership to Improve Rehabilitation Outcomes in West Kobe Area
................................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Nishi-Kobe Medical Center, Japan Tatsuro Inoue
Local resident no homelife wo send Senior citizens no Falling risk ni about no lnvestigation
............................................................................................................... Tamura Clinic, Japan Takayuki Kanbara
Team approach for the prediction of the fall of the inpatient and for the prevention
........................................ Section of Rehabilitation, Kanazawa university Hospital, Ishikawa, Japan Goro Sakurai
Data investigation for three years under the femoral neck fracture Gifu region Medical Association
cooperation path.............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yamauchi Hospital, Gifu, Japan Hidehito Yoshii
concerning the fall factors gleaned from the questionnaire by the participants of the citizen fitness program
.........................................................................................Saiseikai Suita Hospital, Osaka, Japan Tadaaki Yamada
Falls and cognitive function in late elderly patients with musculoskeletal disease using MoCA-J
................................... Division of Rehabilitation, Ise Municipal General Hospital, Japan Mitsutoshi Shimomura
Study of time zone balance ability that leads to fall prevention
.......................................... Division of Rehabilitation, Ise Municipal General Hospital, Mie, Japan Naohiko Satou
Relationship between fall and motor function in community-living elderly
.................................................................................. Kochi Medical School Hospital, Japan Takahiro Yamamoto
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Locomotive Organ 2
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Regarding with physical motor function and bone density
.........................................................................................................Saiseikai Suita Hospital, Osaka Yuya Konishi
Locomotive syndrome degree and balance muscle strength of the relationship between osueoporosis
patients ..................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Amemiya Hospital, Nagano, Japan Hiroshi Tsuchiya
The clinical outcome of early intervention for new-onset osteoporotic vertebral body fractures
...... Spine Care Center, Wakayama Medical University Kihoku Hospital, Wakayama, Japan Masafumi Nakagawa
Related locomotive syndrome 25 and the body function in young people
.................................................................................... Niigata University of Rehabilitation, Japan Dokyong Kang
Prevalence of locomotive syndrome in residents with age 50s or 70s in Obuse town
................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Shinshu University Hospital, Nagano, Japan Ryosuke Tokida
The relationship between locomo-level and cognitive function of residents in Nagano farming area
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Shinshu University Hospital, Nagano, Japan Ayaka Sakai
Prevention and improvement of locomotive syndrome by [Awaodori gymnastics -locomo editing-].
........................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kamojima Hospital, Tokushima, Japan Shinobu Kaibe
Therapeutic Exercise 1
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The Visual Consideration For To Move At Ease
......................................................................... Rehabilitation center, Ehime Rosai Hospital, Japan Satoshi Arima
Devevelopment of the music therapy program at Rakuwakai Healthcare System
........................... Rakuwakai Healthcare System, Kyoto Music Therapy Research Center, Japan Yoshitaka Wada
Examination of the effectiveness of Tactile care to old facilities entrance pepole
.................................................................. Hiroshima University, Institute of Health Science, Japan Chiaki Kajita
The importance of the team approach of vestibular rehabilitation for dizziness patients
............................................................... Mejiro University Ear Institute Clinic, Saitama, Japan Osamu Kinoshita
Verbal instructions effects difference in the standing action pattern and trunk and lower limb muscle
activity .......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hakuyukaikuzuha Hospital, Japan Ken Nishimura
Effect of transient moderate exercises on a cognitive function : Focusing on duration of exercises
......................... School of Rehabilitation, Hyogo University of Health Sciences, Hyogo, Japan Setsuko Yamasaki
Detection of brain activities upon voice-encouragement during skilled movement:Using near-infared
spectroscopy
................. Kyoto Prefectural Rehabilitation Hospital for Mentally & Physically Disabled, Japan Maki Nakamura
The Effect of Aroma on healthy young women by Hosho essential oil - concerning function of autonomic
nervous system - ................................................. Nangoku Life-Care Co., Ltd., Kagoshima, Japan Ryuji Yoshimoto
10:25∼11:25――――――――Chairpersons/Megumi Itoi・Hitoshi Takei
The influence by which weight support movement by suspension for the squares gives it to a leg joint.
...................................................... Suzuka University of Medical Science, Faculty of Health Science Satomi Tada
Variable range of step length and cadence in body-weight supported treadmill training at different settings
............. Institute of Rehabilitation Science, Tokuyukai Medical Corporation, Toyonaka, Japan Satoru Nishishita
Effects of static stretching on cardiovascular responses before or after six-minute walk test
.......................................................................................Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan Azusa Muranushi
Effects of Ankle Position during Hamstring Stretching for Improving Flexibility
............................Human Health Sciences, Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto University, Japan Sayaka Nakao
Excitability of Spinal Neural Function the contralateral upper limb by Relaxation Imagery Using Hold Relax
............................................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Kiba Hospital, Osaka, Japan Kohei Matsui
Sitting exercise on imbalanced air cushion can improve standing balance ability of elderly day care users
.............................. Department of Rehabilitation, Rinku General Medical Center, Osaka, Japan Fumitaka Fujino
Does passive craniocervical exercise improve physical balance ability?
............................... Department of Rehabilitation, Rinku General medical center, Osaka, Japan Fumitaka Fujino
Adjustment of support and speed in Body weight supported treadmill training over the training period
........................ Kansai Rehabilitation Hospital, Tokuyukai Medical Corporation, Toyonaka, Japan Yuji Wakatake
Locomotive Organ 3
2-15K-5-1
9:15∼10:15 ――― Chairpersons/Akiyoshi Nagatomi・Shuichi Kubo
I think about the effect of the approach the body function on visual impairmer disorder
............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saigusa Orthopedics Clinic, Ciba, Japan Tsuneo Arai
Therapeutic Exercise 2
2-15K-4-1
9:15∼10:15 ―――― Chairpersons/Tatsuro Hayashida・Shin Murata
10:25∼11:25――――――Chairpersons/Kiyoshi Mashio・Sugao Mitani
International literature review regarding a range of tool and concepts regarding fear of falling
.................................................................................................. Home visiting station, Taiyo, Japan Kashiko Fujii
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Relationships of maximum gait speed supported by therapists and fear of falling in fracture patients
............... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kobayashi Memorial Hospital, Aichi, Japan Hideaki Takeuchi
Leg muscle strength and gait independence may be relative factors of gait imagery in patients with
femoral fracture...... Department of Rehabilitation, Fujita Health University Banbuntane Hotokukai Hospital,
Aichi, Japan Kazumi Horio
2-15K-5-4 The relationship between the backward fall and the evaluation of risk for fall to the at-home elderly persons
...............................................................Department of Rehabilitation, Kiba Hospital, Osaka, Japan Keiji Fukuda
2-15K-5-5 Factors Influencing the Self-Efficacy of Home Dwelling Patients with Musculoskeletal Disease
................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Showa Medical Corporation Showa Namiki Hospital,
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Fukuoka, Japan Shunsuke Abe
Home care score is useful in predicting destination of proximal femoral fracture with cognitive degeneration
................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yamauchi Hospital, Gifu, Japan Hiroshi Takenaka
The Floating Toes and the Conditions of Daily Living of the Elderly
..............Department of Physical Therapy, Kitakyushu Rehabilitation College, Fukuoka, Japan Shogo Okamatsu
Physical function of elderly people in Kumamoto Prefecture;Focus on balance ability
...... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kumamoto University Hospital, Kumamoto, Japan Hiroki Anayama
Locomotive Organ 4
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10:25∼11:25――― Chairpersons/Hiroyuki Ogawa・Kuniaki Maeshiba
Effect of exercise therapy for sarcopenia of a prostate cancer patient complicated with diabetes
......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hannachuo Hospital, Nara, Japan Kenji Hotta
The relationships between decrease in skeletal muscle mass and osteoporosis in the acute orthopedic
medical care ............................................................... Tokorozawa Meisei Hospital, Saitama, Japan Takahito Maru
The Examination of screening test for sarcopenia in the acute phase
....................... Department of Rehabilitation, The Jikei University Kashiwa Hospital, Chiba, Japan Kenji Higuchi
2-15K-6-4 The impact of aging on the control of prehension force for holding low-mass objects
............................ Neurorehabilitation Research Institute, Morinomiya Hospital, Osaka, Japan Yuichi Hiramatsu
2-15K-6-5 The effect of handrail on center of mass movement during stepping over bathtub in young and old adults
.................... Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Tohoku University Graduate School of
Medicine, Sendai, Japan Keita Honda
2-15K-6-6 The effect of grab bar on utilized friction during lateral-stepping over bathrim in old people
.................... Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Tohoku University Graduate School of
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Medicine, Sendai, Japan Yusuke Sekiguchi
Relations between indexes of lifestyle disease and estimated VO2 during fast walking in middle-aged and
older people......................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University,
Wakayama, Japan Yousuke Kobashi
Therapeutic Exercise / Physical Medicine
12:55∼13:55――― Chairpersons/Yoshiki Hase・Masaharu Sugimoto
2-15K-7-1
Inhibitory effect of magnetic hyperthermia on autophagy in muscle tissue
........................................................... Molecula Pathology, Nara Medical University, Nara, Japan Isao Kawahara
2-15K-7-2 Exercise training increases M2 macrophage in wounded tissues and accelerates wound healing in mice
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University Hospital,
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Wakayama, Japan Makoto Kawanishi
Effects of heat pack on elastic modulus in the medial head of gastrocnemius and passive torque of ankle
dorsiflexion........... Department of Physical Therapy, Human Health Sciences, Graduate School of Medicine,
Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan Katsuyuki Morishita
Effect of whole body vibration of different frequency to the dynamic balance ability
................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Japan Masaki Takada
The Influence of Polarity and Time Course in Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation on Subjective Posutural
Vertical ........................................................... Tokyo Metropolitan Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Masaki Hirosawa
Transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation for the pain
........ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kumamoto University Hospital, Kumamoto, Japan Naomi Yoshida
The effect of microcurrent and stretching therapy for delayed onset muscle soreness.
.............................................................................................. Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan Mie Tomioka
Respiratory Therapy
2-15K-8-1
12:55∼13:55―― Chairpersons/Takahiro Ogawa・Shigeharu Hamade
Relationship of the inspiratory muscle training and the standing balance
.................................................................................. Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan Yorimitsu Furukawa
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2-15K-8-2 No laterality of the transversus abdominis muscle thickness in normal breathing and coughing
..... Division of Physical Therapy, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, Faculty of Health Care Sciences,
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Chiba Prefectural University of Health Sciences, Japan Megumi Ota
Effects of relaxation effect of whole-Body vibration gives to the chest expansion and pulmonary function
...............Department of Rehabilitation, Southern TOHOKU Second Hospital, Fukushima, Japan Takehito Soeta
Increase in Glucose Dispositon Rate by Ergometer Exercise -Quantitative Measurement by I. V. Glucose
Infusion- ................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yonemori Hospital, Kagosima, Japan Kouki Matusita
Relationship between girth of abdomen as intensity of draw-in maneuver and abdominal muscle activity.
........................ Human Health Sciences, Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto Univercity, Japan Itsuroh Shimizu
Effects that song exercises being aware of abdominal breathing gives for respiratory function
........................................................................................... Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan Riho Yamagata
Satisfaction Survey of the Effects on the Incontinence Exercise using the Inner unit function by Physical
Therapist.......Department of Physical Therapy, Faculty of Health Science, Takasaki University of Health and
Welfare, Japan Hitomi Ubukata
Examination of Deep Breathing as Thromboprophylaxis for Patients with Leg Cast Immobilization
..................................... Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Kitasato University, Kanagawa, Japan Kouji Tsuda
Mental Health
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14:05∼15:05――――― Chairpersons/Akira Senzaki・Hiroyuki Senba
An experience of rehabilitation support for a patient with multiple trauma induced by mental illness.
............................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Showa General Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yuko Yamada
The practice of psychiatric occupational therapy at the department of rehabilitation and psychiatric
.......................... Faculty of Rehabilitation, School of Health Sciences, Fujita Health University, Japan Mihoko Ito
Rehabilitation for the patient attempted suicide after arson
................................................................................ Tsukuba University Hospital, Ibaraki, Japan Hiromi Kameda
Literature Study of Fall Prevention Measures in Psychiatric Wards
..............................................................................................Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, Japan Eri Wakasa
Attempt of psychiatric care training for rehabilitation therapist who works in the general hospital
................................................................................................ Hizen Psychiatric Center, Japan Motoyoshi Hukui
Effect of physical therapy on disability in inpatients with psychiatry
.. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University Hospital, Saitama, Japan Michiyasu Ejima
Pediatrics
14:05∼15:05――― Chairpersons/Shinsuke Katsuyama・Anri Kamide
2-15K-10-1 The pediatric case which hinderd treatment and training by allodynia following trauma.
.................... Department of Rehabilitetion Medicine, Kobe sekijyuji Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Shihori Matsumoto
2-15K-10-2 Physical therapy to a chronic pain by whiplash associated disorders: For cerebral palsy patients who
develop PTSD ........................................Aitoku Medical and Welfare Center, Wakayama, Japan Katsuhiko Hayashi
2-15K-10-3 Cases visit rehabilitation was useful to the acquisition of walking
............................. Faculty of Rehabilitation, School of Health Sciences, Fujita Health University, Japan Yuko Abe
2-15K-10-4 A case of support to mother was tied to ADL improvement of child with pervasive developmental disorder
............... Department of Occupational Therapy Rehabilitation Center, Kawasaki Medical School Hospital,
Okayama, Japan Aya Hanaoka
2-15K-10-5 Ettect of physical therapy on prevention of self-injurious behavion in a case with Lesch-Nyhan syndrome
................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University Hospital, Saitama, Japan Yuki Ito
2-15K-10-6 Recovery of gross motor ability in infants with congenital heart disease after fontan procedure
...............................Department of Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine, Kagoshima University Hospital,
Kagoshima, Japan Sumihito Haseba
2-15K-10-7 Factors that affect the development of unassisted walking in motor delayed infants
......................... Iwate Prefectural Rehabilitation and Nursery Center for Disabled Children, Japan Kayoko Kubo
2-15K-10-8 Characteristics of the Motor Development of Autism Spectrum Disorder Children in infancy
....................Department of Rehabilitation, Amano Rehabilitation Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Mikiko Kawamura
2-15K-10-9 Study on the factors in job turnover among adults with intellectual disabilities in the manufacturing industry
.............. Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, Kansai University of Welfare Sciences, Japan Nobuyoshi Fukui
Cerebral Palsy
14:05∼15:05―――――― Chairpersons/Noboru Fueki・Toru Shibata
2-15K-11-1 Effect study of HANDS therapy for adolescents with cerebral palsy using the COPM method
.................................................................................... Shiga Medical center for Children, Japan Wako Watanabe
2 15K 11 2 Effect of modified-CIMT on UE function and problem-solving skill in a child with Celebral Palsy
................................. School of Allied Health Sciences, Kitasato University, Kanagawa, Japan Kayoko Takahashi
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2-15K-11-3 The study of Employment of mothers with cerebral palsy
............................................... Tokyo Metropolitan North Medical Rehabilitation Center, Japan Masumi Niwano
2-15K-11-4 Dynamic characteristics of the postural control in the COP of cerebral palsy
........................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Central Hospital Shoto, Tokyo, Japan Heisuke Toyota
2-15K-11-5 Reliability of the Box & Block TEST in patients with cerebral palsy
.......................................... Department of rehabilitation, Minamitama Orthopaedic Hospital, Japan Kenji Takaki
2-15K-11-6 Effest of multisite botulinum toxin injections on gait in children with cerebral palsy
................................. Ibaraki Prefectual University of Health Sciences Hospital, Ibaraki, Japan Mayumi Matsuda
2-15K-11-7 Outcomes of orthopedic surgery for children with cerebral palsy
.... Department of Health Care and Child Development, Saitama Children’s Medical Center, Japan Hirokazu Abe
2-15K-11-8 Retrospective study after the physical therapy of the cerebral palsy patients in our center
...................................................................................... Medical Cener for Children Shiga, Japan Emi Nakagawa
2 15K 11 9 A role of the department of rehabilitation to prevent child abuse in Shiga medical center for children
................................................................................ Shiga medical Cener for Children, Japan Tomomi Kinoshita
Room 16 (June 10th)
Sponsored Symposium 2
8:05∼10:05
Chairpersons/Shinichiro Maeshima・Toshiko Ibe
Role of Nurses in Rehabilitation Medicine
1.The role of wound ostomy continence care certified nurse in pressure ulcer care and rehabilitation
................................................. Regional medical center, Kishiwada city hospital, Osaka, Japan Yuko Kato.… S282
2.Team approach and nursing to a dysphagia patient
................................. Department of Nursing, Fujita Health University Hospital, Aichi, Japan Tatsuto Miki.… S282
3.The role of the nurse in the rehabilitation of the persons with dementia
...... University of Fukui Hospital Department for Community Health Partnerships, Japan Misato Takamori.… S283
4.In the position of Certified Nurse in Stroke Rehabilitation Nursing
.............. Nanasawa Rehabilitation Hospital Cerebrovascular Center, Kanagawa, Japan Kiyoko Horinouchi.… S283
Special Lecture 9
10:25∼11:25
Chairperson/Makoto Ishikawa
The True Nature of Nursing is Rehabilitation
.............................................................................. St Luke’s International University, Japan Toshiko Ibe.… S284
Luncheon Seminar 19
11:45∼12:45
Chairperson/Takumi Ikeda
Dysphagia treatment update -find a way of evaluation and rehabilitation
..................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, Fujita Health University School of Medicine,
Aichi, Japan Seiko Shibata.… S285
Combined Symposium 4
13:05∼14:35
Chairpersons/Shigeru Sonoda・Kiyofumi Ohi
(Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward Association Combined Program)
Improvement in Quality of Convalescence Rehabilitation: from the Viewpoint of the Therapists
Committee
1.Guidelines for doctors in kaifukuki Rehabilitation wards
......................................Nishi-Hiroshima Rehabilitation Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Takatsugu Okamoto.… S286
2.Realization of the high quality kaifukuki rehabilitation - From a viewpoint of PT·OT·ST
Committee -...... Rehabilitation Projects, Medical corporaton Tsukubakinenkai, Tsukuba, Japan Hideyuki Saito.… S286
3.The Improvement in Quality of Medical Care at Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Wards
................ Department of Clinical Services, Nagasaki Rehabilitation Hospital, Nagasaki, Japan Yumiko Itou.… S287
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Combined Symposium 5
14:45∼16:15
Chairpersons/Ichiro Miyai・Takatsugu Okamoto
(Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward Association Combined Program)
Improvement in Quality of Convalescence Rehabilitation Ward: Effective Use of the Evaluation by
Japan Council for Quality Health Care
1.The outline of the 3rdG:Ver.1.0 survey and standards
......................................Director, Japn Council for Quality Health Care, Tokyo, Japan Michio Hashimoto.… S288
2.Quality Management of Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward by Hospital Accreditation for
Rehabilitation..................... Neurorehabilitation Research Institute, Morinomiya Hospital, Japan Ichiro Miyai.… S288
3.The practical use of Quality Health Care/reconsider of special nursing for worth doing of
ourselves............................................. QOLER Rehabilitation hospital, Kagoshima, Japan Tomoko Tanigawa.… S289
4.The kaifukuki rehabilitation survey for improvement of the therapist collaborating with specialty
........................................................................... Yawata medical center, Ishikawa, Japan Shinsuke Goto.… S290
Instructional Lecture 54
16:25∼17:25
Chairperson/Hitoshi Nishimura
(Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward Association Combined Program)
The procedure, attention and possibility of the driving resumption for persons with disabilities.
........ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chemotherapy Research Institute, KAKEN Hospital, Chiba, Japan
Itaru Takehara.… S291
Room 17 (June 10th)
Poster Presentation (Paramedics)
Community Rehabilitation 1
2-17K-1-1
2-17K-1-2
2-17K-1-3
2-17K-1-4
9:15∼10:15 ―― Chairpersons/Shoichi Tanaka・Shigeru Namikawa
The change and task of activity and participation of the clients in the short term day care
............................................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Rozyo clinic, Ishikawa, Japan Yohei Horita
Reliability of the care and end term rehabilitation evaluation index
........................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Watanabe Hospital, Aichi, Japan Hidemasa Iki
Consideration of a factor related to Life-space level of the daily life care service user
..................................................................................................................... Eisei Hospital, Japan Masafumi Arao
Change of the physical fitness test according to the use time of this House daycare supporter required
................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tamura clinic, Kagawa, Japan Hiroko Nishiyama
2-17K-1-5
2-17K-1-6
Predicting outcomes of the ADL to distinguish quasi-in-need-of-care state in a geriatric health service
facility .................................. Rehabilitation Center, Kizankai Memorial Hospital, Nagano, Japan Sumihisa Kumagai
Inspection of the effectiveness of the group music activity for the elderly person using ambulatory
rehabilitation........................ Graduate School of Biomedical & Health Sciences Hiroshima University, Japan
2-17K-1-7
Kazuhiro Kusubashi
The effect of short term rehabilitation in community-dwelling older adults
.................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyotokujyo Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Toru Takeoka
2-17K-1-8
Study about how the nursing movements incorporating the old martial arts techniques reduce the
physical burden................................. Department of rehabilitation medicine, Wakayama Medical University,
Wakayama, Japan Satoshi Arita
Community Rehabilitation 2
2-17K-2-1
2-17K-2-2
2-17K-2-3
2-17K-2-4
9:15∼10:15 ――――― Chairpersons/Junko Amano・Kumiko Honda
Efforts of using the discharge support enhancement system in the integrated community care ward
................................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hito Hospital, Ehime, Japan Yuuki Onoe
Is patients’ information appropriate at the time of transference into the rehabilitation ward?
................................Department of Nurse, Nakamura Memorial Hospital, Sapporo, Japan Masafumi Nonomura
Factor that predict return to home when the transference Regional Comprehensive care ward using in
Barthel Index ....Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Seireisakura citizen Hospital, Chiba, Japan Toru Shibano
Examination on rehabilitation time, FIM and return home in the integrated community care words.
............................. Medical Corporation Asanogawa, Asanogawa General Hospital, Ishikawa, Japan Yohei Kitano
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2-17K-2-5 The role of full-time physical therapist in the community-based care ward of our hospital
................ Public interest Tokyo Metropolitan Health and Medical Treatment Corporation Ebara hospital,
2-17K-2-6
2-17K-2-7
Tokyo, Japan Shinya Kurita
Relationship between the length of stay in acute hospital and effectiveness of rehabilitation in post
acute hospital........................................................ Hakuai Memorial Hospital, Tokushima, Japan Mari Yanagimoto
Search of Rehabilitation effects in Respite-hospitalization of our hospital
............................................................................................. Senriyama Hospital, Osaka, Japan Osamu Nakahara
Community Rehabilitation 3
2-17K-3-1
2-17K-3-2
2-17K-3-3
9:15∼10:15 ――――― Chairpersons/Shinji Morishita・Koji Kawabe
Involvement of acute care hospitals in regional completion type medical care
................................................................................... Shingu Municipal medical Center, Japan Tsunemasa Yasui
The effect of an ankle foot orthosis for chronic stroke patients-a case study of home based rehabilitation......................................................................................................... Ikebata Hospital, Fukui, Japan Koichi Otuka
Thoughts of elderly people taking the role as a leader in their local communities.
.....................................................................................................Hiroshima University, Japan Haruna Watanabe
2-17K-3-4 Tendency of patients that discharged from the rehabilitation hospital
.......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Midorinokai Medical Corporation Midorino Rehabilitation
2-17K-3-5
2-17K-3-6
2-17K-3-7
2-17K-3-8
Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Tokuyoshi Hanamiya
Consideration of factors that influences cognitive decline of community-dwelling elderly
......................................................................................................... Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan Saori Kubo
Home care support office of status report
.....................Fujita Health University Comprehensive Community Care Core Center, Aichi, Japan Hiroshi Ikeda
Extraction of a fall risk factor in a home-visit Rehabilitation
............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kitakyushu Chuou Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Yasushi Yoshitake
Intervention effect of three months for new users of the visit rehabilitation
........ Graduate School of Comprehensive Rehabilitation, Osaka Prefecture University, Osaka, Japan Emiko Todo
Malignant Tumor 1
2-17K-4-1
2-17K-4-2
2-17K-4-3
2-17K-4-4
2-17K-4-5
2-17K-4-6
2-17K-4-7
2-17K-4-8
Thoughts regarding Interprofessional Work between Nurses and Therapists in Cancer Rehabilitation
.......................................................................................... Kawasaki Medical School Hospital, Japan Akemi Nasu
Trial of the cancer rehabilitation team establishment in our hospital
.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Osaka Saiseikai Noe Hospital, Osaka, Japan Yoshie Iba
Activity report of CRCR system aiming at improving QOL for cancer patient
......................... Department of Rehabilitation, Shin-yurigaoka General Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Yuko Rikitake
The change of postoperative length of hospital stay after introduction of cancer rehabilitation
................................................................. Nerima Hikarigaoka Hospital, Nerima, Tokyo, Japan Kazumi Kunitoki
Action at the present conditions and the hospital of the cancer rehabilitation in the hospital
............................................................................................. Kitakyushu General Hospital, Japan Kenichi Fujisue
A retrospective study of cancer rehabilitation at Tokyo Medical University Hospital
................. Department of Rehabilitation, Tokyo Medical University Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Shunsuke Nakazato
Current Implemention and Improvement Plans for the Cancer Rehabilitation Program at Okinawa
Chubu Hospital ..........................................Okinawa prefectural Chubu Hospital, Okinawa, Japan Norie Hayakawa
The current status of cancer rehabilitation in Japan: an analysis from Diagnosis Procedure Combination
database..... Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Health Economics, School of Public Health, Graduate
School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan Kazuaki Uda
Malignant Tumor 2
2-17K-5-1
2-17K-5-2
2-17K-5-3
2-17K-5-4
2-17K-5-5
9:15∼10:15 ――――― Chairpersons/Aiko Ishikawa・Junichiro Inoue
9:15∼10:15 ― Chairpersons/Motohiko Banno・Shinichiro Morishita
The Affecting which gives Pain of leaving in Perioperative Gastrointestinal Cancer
.................................................................... Rehabilitation room, kaken Hospital, Chiba, Japan Yasuhisa Fukawa
Temporal Study of preoperative factors relate to respiratory complications after esophageal cancer surgery
................ Department of Rehabilitation, OKAYAMA UNIVERSITY Hospital, OKAYAMA, Japan Tomohiro Ikeda
Relationships among Fatigue and Physical function in Gastrointestinal Cancer Patients
....Division of Rehabilitation, International University of Health and Welfare Mita Hospital, Japan Eisuke Kogure
The change of physical function in hepato-biliary pancreatic surgery for patients with malignancy
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Fukuyama City Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Risa Okazaki
Examination of ADL in the skeletal muscle decrease group in cancer patient and normal group
................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Shinshu University Hospital, Nagano, Japan Keiji Matsumori
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2-17K-5-6
2-17K-5-7
2-17K-5-8
2-17K-5-9
And chasing the postoperative course of the 6-minute walk test in esophageal cancer perioperative
rehabilitation...................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yamaguchi University Hospital,
Yamaguchi, Japan Kousaku Mizuno
An approach and future issues to pulmonary rehabilitation for preoperative patients by thoracotomy or
laparotomy. ....................................... Yokohama City Minato Red Cross Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Midori Kimura
Report on perioperative rehabilitation introduction for gastrointestinal cancer patients
.................................................................Sainokuni Higashiomiya Medical Center, Saitama, Japan Fumika Nasu
The comparison of the activities of daily living, pre and post gastrointestinal cancer surgery.
.................................................................................. Shiga Medical Center for Adults, Japan Kiyoshi Kawamoto
Malignant Tumor 3
2-17K-6-1
2-17K-6-2
2-17K-6-3
2-17K-6-4
2-17K-6-5
2-17K-6-6
9:15∼10:15 ―― Chairpersons/Teruyuki Koyama・Naoya Yamanouchi
Interprofessional work to relieve patient’s strong anxiety after a surgery operation in the ICU
........................................................................................ Shinkomonji Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Takeshi Kawate
Cancer Rehabilitation- case reports of 2 Paraneoplastic Neurological Syndrome patients
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation, JCHO Osaka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Takayuki Nagatomi
The investigation of the liver tumor resection of before and after the change
............................................................................. Teikyo University Chiba Medical Center, Japan Sakiko Kaneki
Association with the breast cancer postoperative Axillary Web Syndrom onset and breast reconstruction
................................................................................. Okayama University Hospital, Japan Yoshiyuki Matsuyama
Investigation of cancer patients in the post acute rehabilitation unit
................................................................................................ Izumi Memorial Hospital, Japan Mitsuhiko Asano
Shoulder joint function changes in another dissection range in cervical lymph node dissection
...................................................................................... Tokai University Tokyo Hospital, Japan Takuma Nonaka
2-17K-6-7 Effect of perioperative exercise training on the maximal oxygen uptake in pancreatic cancer patients
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University Hospital,
2-17K-6-8
2-17K-6-9
Evaluation 1
2-17K-7-1
2-17K-7-2
2-17K-7-3
2-17K-7-4
2-17K-7-5
2-17K-7-6
2-17K-7-7
2-17K-7-8
2-17K-7-9
Evaluation 2
2-17K-8-1
2-17K-8-2
Wakayama, Japan Takeshi Harada
The effect of rehabilitation for Hematological cancer patients in our hospital
.................... Department of Rehabilitation, Kagawa Prefectural Central Hospital, Kagawa, Japan Yoshiaki Ikechi
Occupational therapy approach to pediatric cancer in our center ~All cases screening and changes in
activity~ ................................................National Center for Child Health and Development, Japan Miki Hasukawa
9:15∼10:15 ――― Chairpersons/Yoshiki Akatsu・Yasuhiko Hatanaka
Accuracy of articular angle measurement by using Myomotiuon?
............................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyoto Takeda Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Shota Mikami
Development of monitoring method for respiratry movements using sheeted stretch sensors
........................................................ Kobe University, Graduate School of Health Science, Japan Akio Yamamoto
Estimation of plantar flexion torque caused by muscle contraction for quantitative assessment of spasticity
...................................... Fujita Memorial Nanakuri Institute, Fujita Health University, Tsu, Japan Kotaro Takeda
Examination of gait assessment of stroke hemiplegia patients using an accelerometer
..................................................... Osaka City University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan Tetsuya Sugahara
Biomechanical analysis of Sit -to-stand movement in stroke patients.
...................................................................... Nakaizu Rehabilitation Center, Shizuoka, Japan Naoyuki Motojima
Effects of sitting balance training in tilted board on subjective postural vertical in healthy subjects
................................................ Department of Physical Therapy, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan Lisa Mori
The Effects on IEMG values of abdominal muscles during lateral weight shift in standing position.
................ Clinical Physical therapy Laboratory, Kansai University of Health Sciences, Japan Toshihiro Ohnuma
The gravity center shift forward affects muscle activity of the knee joint in the squat position
........................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Nara Medical University, Nara, Japan Tetsurou Kitamura
The effects of restricted shoulder external rotation range of motion on upper limb movement and
comfortable walking. ............................................................... Hakuai Memorial Hospital, Japan Takeshi Ikemura
10:25∼11:25――――― Chairpersons/Osamu Yoshino・Toru Nakabo
Clinical significance to measure basic movement capacity using Basic Movement Scale
.................................................. Nakatsu Community Rehabilitation Center, Takamuku Clinic, Japan Isamu Mori
Simple evaluation system for motor disturbance using circle drawing
.............................. Graduate School of Health Science, Kumamoto Health Science University, Japan Atsushi Doi
2-17K-8-3 Study of reliability and reproducibility of portable metabolic gas analyzer in healthy subjects.
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saitama Medical University International Medical Center,
Saitama, Japan Yohei Toyama
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2-17K-8-4
2-17K-8-5
2-17K-8-6
Analysis of respiratory movement during exercise with ergometer by three dimensional vision sensor
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation Saitama Medical University Hospital, Japan Eri Takayama
Prevention Of Contracture Using QC Method
....................................................................... Second Hospital of Izumi Medical Association, Japan Tatsuo Satoh
Relationship between the Alignment and Postural Control in the Standing Position
................................................................... Department of Rehabilitation, UNO Hospital, Aichi, Japan Yu Takada
2-17K-8-7 Examination of the reliability of the hip abductor strength using the pull sensor type handheld
dynamometer ................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Kawamura Hospital, Gifu, Japan Kazuya Takeda
2-17K-8-8 Balance evaluation of the elderly by the measurment of body sway on sitting position.
.................... Department of Rehabilitation, Japan Community Health care Organization Chukyo Hospital,
2-17K-8-9
Aichi, Japan Masaya Taki
Difference between dementia and healthy subjects in Timed up and go test with upper-extremity motor task
.................................................... National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, Aichi, Japan Daisuke Taguchi
Internal Medicine and Rehabilitaition
2-17K-9-1
2-17K-9-2
2-17K-9-3
2-17K-9-4
10:25∼11:25 ― Chairpersons/Yoshiko Ogawa・Takuo Nomura
A Physicaltherapy case of a glycogen storage disease type Ⅲ
.......................................................... Gotoh Orthopedic, Rokujyukai Medical corporation, Japan Takao Nomura
Short-term results after the liver transplantation judging from a preoperative motor function
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyushu University Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Ryuichi Kusaba
Relationship of clinical features and disease-specific autoantibodies of systemic sclerosis
................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Kanazawa University Hospital, Kanazawa, Japan Naoki Mugii
Exercise training during hemodialysis improves skin perfusion pressure
............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nachikatsuura Onsen Hospital, Wakayama, Japan Yuta Sakurai
2-17K-9-5 The physical functions and activities of daily living in chronic hemodialysis patients
.................... Department of Rehabilitation, Japan Community Health care Organization Chukyo Hospital,
2-17K-9-6
2-17K-9-7
2-17K-9-8
2-17K-9-9
Aichi, Japan Mio Muratsuchi
The effect of dialysis during exercise therapy for dialysis patients of elderly
........................................................................ Takasaki University of Health and Welfare, Japan Yusuke Chigira
Rehabilitation of an effect dialysis patients at convalescent rehabilitation ward ~Ver. 2~
................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Suwanomori Hospital, Oita, Japan Takeshi Tamura
The influence of the experience of diabetes class on an exercise adherence
.......................................................... National Hospital Organization Beppu Medical Center, Japan Keita Kubota
Relationship of rehabilition and exercise load of living donor liver transplantation
.......................................................................................... Kumamoto University Hospital, Japan Satoru Kodama
Community Rehabilitation 4
10:25∼11:25―――― Chairpersons/Kenichiro Kou・Mayumi Shimizu
2-17K-10-1 A Workshop of Problem-Oriented and Stepwise Approach to Daily Life Performance Through Making
“Sugoroku” Maps ......................... Department of Rehabilitation, Hananooka Hospital, Mie, Japan Keisuke Kimura
2-17K-10-2 Practice report of NPO Nagoya Orthopedic Regional Healthcare Support Center
................................................................................................... Zenita Treatment Office, Japan Yoshihiro Zenita
2-17K-10-3 The case report that participation of the doctor of daycare to rehabilitation-meeting was useful
......................................... Daina Murasakizuka Daycare, Medical Corporation Daina, Tochigi, Japan Yuichi Mita
2-17K-10-4 The effect and possibility of the area inclusion care base which can be put in the residential estate.
.............................................................................................. Fujita Health University, Aichi, Japan Akira Tsuzuki
2-17K-10-5 Current situation and challenges of information sharing in the home
................ Fujit Health University Comprehesive Community Care Core Center, Aichi, Japan Sayaka Nonoyama
2-17K-10-6 Influence of rehabilitation specialist attendance to a rehabilitation meeting
..................................... Daina Rehabili-Clinic Daycare, Medical Corporation Daina, Tochigi, Japan Kohei Onishi
2-17K-10-7 Features of the patients who discharge to home in our hospital ~Comparison by hospitalization period~
.............................................. Daina Rehabili-clinic, Medical corporation daina, Tochigi, Japan Kazuhiro Higuchi
Community Rehabilitation 5
10:25∼11:25――― Chairpersons/Yoshimi Katayama・Chihiro Ishitobi
2-17K-11-1 Participation in the “Community Development Project” providing our Hospital resouces
.............................................................................. Rakuwakai Otowa Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Yurie Uesugi
2-17K-11-2 Community Rehabilitation to Focus On Activity and Participation at Long Term Care Facility
.............................................................................. Tohoku University School of Medicine, Japan Yoshihiko Baba
2 17K 11 3 A equipment questionnaire survey report to the public administration care prevention service.
............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Showa Inan General Hospital, Nagano, Japan Tadasuke Onishi
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2-17K-11-4 Supporting for the functional training instructors who work at nursing home in our hospital
.................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Nantan General Hospital, kyoto, Japan Masayuki Hishiike
2-17K-11-5 Efforts as osteoporosis manager
................................................................................................ Ube Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Junichi Murata
2-17K-11-6 Examination of the effect of「Tairyoku up kyoushitsu」
.................................................................................................. Tsukuba Central Hospital, Japan Takeshi Suzuki
2-17K-11-7 The study of relationship between toe function and physical function and practice activity to improve
toe function ................................... Graduate School of Health Science, Kio University, Nara, Japan Daisuke Uritani
Community Rehabilitation 6
10:25∼11:25――――― Chairpersons/Hiroko Ayata・Atsushi Tanushi
2-17K-12-1 The team action for the cognitive impairment patient in the acute care Hospital
..................................... Rehabilitation medicine center, Kyoto Katsura Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Noriyuki Okajima
2-17K-12-2 The way of the staff meetings to facilitate the group cognitive rehabilitation for dementia.
..........................................................................National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, Japan Ikue Ueda
2-17K-12-3 Evaluation of cognitive function for inhabitants in Nagano farming area with age 50s ~using MMSE
and MoCA-J~ .......................................... Rehabilitation, Shinsh University Hospital, Nagano, Japan Nanaho Ueno
2 17K 12 4 The current state report of the visiting rehabilitation at Comprehensive Community Care Core Center
.............. Fujita Health University Comprehensive Community Care Core Center, Aichi, Japan Yuka Tsuchimoto
2-17K-12-5 The improvement of the chronic pain through the use of “Ikiiki rehabili-note”:a case report
..................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Watanabe Hospital, Aichi, Japan Chihiro Suzuki
2-17K-12-6 Current status and issues of the care and rehabilitation support for the mountainous areas lacking
social resources.............................................. Home Care Support Services, Hakujuen, Kyoto, Japan Hirofumi Doi
2 17K 12 7 Focusing on self-help and mutual aid was preventive care volunteer training efforts
................................................................................ Sainokuni Higashiomiya Medical Center, Japan Kaori Suzuki
2-17K-12-8 Effect of the voluntary exercise in a short time Ambulatory Rehabilitation Service
................................................................................................. Sanno Rehab. Clinic, Tokyo, Japan Ryo Sekiguchi
Malignant Tumor 4
10:25∼11:25―――― Chairpersons/Ryu Terauchi・Yosuke Kunisawa
2-17K-13-1 A trial of cancer rehabilitation : Multidisciplinary bone metastasis conference -a summary and subject ...... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Japan Community Health care Organization, Osaka Hospital,
Osaka, Japan Yuichi Yasufuku
2-17K-13-2 A case of severe disorder of bathyesthesia in patient with extramedullary metastasis from prostate cancer
...................................................................................................... Edogawa Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Kazuhisa Irie
2-17K-13-3 A case who was performed hip transposition with external skeletal fixation, and was able to return to work
.................................................................................................. Okayama University Hospital, Japan Kazumi Oka
2-17K-13-4 Examination of the rehabilitation after the bortezomib for the bone fracture risk reduction of the
multiple myeloma ............... Rehabilitation medicine center, Kyoto Katsura Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Yoichi Shiraiwa
2-17K-13-5 Occupational therapy in cancer rehabilitation to multiple myeloma and malignant lymphoma
.............Department of Rehabilitation medicine, Saitama Medical University Hospital, Saitama, Japan Akira Goto
2-17K-13-6 Cancer rehabilitation for multiple myeloma : present state and next step
................. Department of Rehabilitation, Saitama medical university hospital, Saitama, Japan Shintaro Okunuki
2-17K-13-7 Risk survey at the time of rehabilitation request of bone metastases patients in our hospital
............................................... Department of Rehabilitation, University of Tsukuba Hospital, Japan Tami Yuhara
Malignant Tumor 5
10:25∼11:25――― Chairpersons/Tomoko Yamaguchi・Chieko Miyata
2-17K-14-1 A case report - Occupational activities supported for terminal cancer patient and his wife.
.............................................. Rehabilitation Center, Tonami General Hospital, Toyama, Japan Kenichi Nakazaki
2-17K-14-2 Performed occupational therapy as well as the cancer patient who is a housewife.
.................................................................................. Kagawa Prefectural Central Hospital, Japan Miyuki Takeda
2-17K-14-3 Correlation between Physical activity and QOL in cancer patients Stage Ⅳ
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Shinshu University Hospital, Nagano, Japan Yusuke Otsu
2-17K-14-4 Trajectory of Quality Of Life scores and symptom scores for patient with cancer during the last four
weeks of life .................. Department of Rehabilitation, Shinshu University Hospital, Nagano, Japan Saki Nakasone
2-17K-14-5 A study of cancer rehabilitation for patients transferred to hospice
......................... Section of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yodogawa Christian Hospital, Osaka, Japan Tsutomu Okada
2-17K-14-6 Study of factors involved in the decline of the upper limb function after one year in head neck cancer
surgery patients ....................................... Division of Rehabilitation, Tottori Hospital, Tottori, Japan Eri Kobayashi
2-17K-14-7 The current state of the nurse of a cancer patient in a visiting care station
....................Fujita Health University Comprehensive Community Care Core Center, Aichi, Japan Naoko Kojima
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2-17K-14-8 Examination of the relation of the occupational therapy for the cancer patient in our Hospital
.....Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Asahikawa Medical University Hospital, Hokkaido, Japan Eri Murata
2-17K-14-9 Present state analysis of cancer rehabilitation in Palliative Care Team
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saiseikai Fukuoka general hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Dai Nomoto
Education 1
12:55∼13:55―― Chairpersons/Norihiko Kodama・Kumiko Terayama
2-17K-15-1 Wheelchairs and Electric wheelchair handling seminars for Abiation Stuff
................................................................... Yokohama Rehabilitation Center, Kanagawa, Japan Shinichi Kodama
2-17K-15-2 Relationship between characteristics of dietary behavior・attitude and elements of communication.
........................................................................................................Hiroshima university, Japan Yoshie Miyajima
2-17K-15-3 A Survey on Awareness of Service Dogs among Teachers of Schools for Physically Disabled Children
.............................................. Social Welfare Corporation, Japan Service Dog Association, Japan Fuyuka Tanabe
2-17K-15-4 The Psycho-social Effects of Living with a Service Dog ~Through the invention of occupational therapy~
.................................................................... Physicaltherapy Dept, Nagoya Isen, Nagoya, Japan Hiromi Noguchi
2-17K-15-5 Report about employment for service dog users
..................................................................................... Japan Service Dog Association, Japan Haruka Shibahara
2 17K 15 6 The difference in retention suction skill due to attainment level of the suction procedure acquisition
curriculum ..................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Sankuro Hospital, Aichi, Japan Naoki Kawamura
2-17K-15-7 The change of the physiotherapy subject of concern according to the generation separate from a keyword
.......................... Department of General Rehabilitation, Social medical corporation public welfare society,
Kizawa Memorial Hospital, Gifu, Japan Eiji Kimura
2-17K-15-8 Analysis of Cause for Decline of the Results of Clinical Practice in the Therapists
............ Faculty of Rehabilitation, Fujita Health University School of Health Sciences, Aichi, Japan Yukari Suzuki
2-17K-15-9 Analysis of Clinical Practice in the Education of Physical Therapists and Occupational Therapists.
...... Faculty of Rehabilitation, Fujita Health University School of Health Science, Aichi, Japan Nozomi Hokimoto
Orthotics 1
12:55∼13:55――― Chairpersons/Masashi Katsutani・Shoichi Obata
2-17K-16-1 The effect of rehabilitative team approach with Hybrid type KAFO on ADL for people with hemiplegia
............................. Department of Physical therapy, St. Mary’s Healthcare Center, Fukuoka, Japan Satoru Katou
2 17K 16 2 The use of orthosis for a patient with hemiplegia, ataxia, and affective disorder caused by pontine
hemorrhage. ............................................................... Senri Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Tetsuya Tamura
2-17K-16-3 EMG Activity of the Muscles During Standing and Walking with Knee Ankle Foot Orthosis In
Hemiplegics Patient............... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Japan
Daisuke Kojima
2-17K-16-4 Effects of Using Gait Assistance Device for Hip Joint in Gait Training with KAFO for a Hemiplegia
Patient by Stroke ...........................................................Kawamura Gishi Co., Ltd, Kyoto, Japan Yasuhiro Fujimoto
2-17K-16-5 Utility of rental knee ankle foot orthosis for stroke patients
.............................................................................................Saiseikai Meiwa Hospital, Mie, Japan Shohei Shindo
2-17K-16-6 Stroke effects to cut down on delays on the long leg orthosis prescription of hemiplegic patients
.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Musashimurayama Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Shu Tanaka
2-17K-16-7 Study of functional comparison of the long leg brace method of treatment in Severe Stroke Patient
............................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Takekawa Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Akinobu Higuchi
2-17K-16-8 The walking ability of the stroke paralytic that KAFO was prescribed and change of the lower
muscular strength .................................................................... Aijinkai Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Kenji Yamaki
Orthotics 2
12:55∼13:55
Chairpersons/Shinji Hirabayashi・Sumiko Yamamoto
2-17K-17-1 Study of the lower limb orthosis of a stroke patient using a three-dimensional treadmill gait analysis system
........................................................ Nanakuri Memorial Hospital, Fujita Health University, Japan Hikaru Kondo
2-17K-17-2 Effects of treadmill walking exercises using the Trunk Solution for stroke patients is on the walking ability
................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Takekawa Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Toshihiro Kitada
2-17K-17-3 One stroke patient improvement of the walking ability combination an AFO with Gait Solution and
FES(IVES) effect................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Aichi Saiseikai Rehabilitation Hospital,
Aichi, Japan Tomohiro Watanabe
2-17K-17-4 Change of Gait of Post-Stroke Hemiplegic Patients Who Used Ankle-Foot-Orthosis “FAJO” for
Three Months...................... Department of Physical Therapy, Funabashi Municipal Rehabilitation Hospital,
Medical Corporation Kisei-kai, Chiba, Japan Arisa Ikeda
2-17K-17-5 Characteristic of using Ankle-foot Orthosis at a walking independence of patients with hemiplegic stroke
.................................................................................................. Iyo Hospital, Ehime, Japan Yasumasa Takahashi
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2-17K-17-6 Estimate of the standard value to decide prescription of KAFO and AFO of the person with stroke
single paralysis....... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyoto Interdisciplinary Institute of Community
Medicine, Gakusai Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Toru Matsubara
2-17K-17-7 Analysis of immediate changes in the gait of stroke patients using an ankle foot orthosis with an oil damper
................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Nakaizu Rehabirilation center, Shizuoka, Japan Souji Tanaka
2-17K-17-8 Present status and outcome of lower limb orthosis prescription for stroke patients admitted to
rehabilitation ward ............................................... Alpen Rehabilitation Hospital, Toyama, Japan Makoto Takenaka
Orthotics 3
12:55∼13:55
Chairpersons/Katsunobu Sugihara・Toshiya Nosaka
2-17K-18-1 Qualitative Study of Team Approach for Provision of Assistive Technology at Counseling Centers for
Rehabilitation............. Department of Occupational Therapy, Medical Science, Teikyo University of Science,
Yamanashi, Japan Tomoko Kondo
2-17K-18-2 Survey About the Appearance and the Impression of Ankle-Foot-Orthosis “FAJO”
......................................... Department of Physical Therapy, Funabashi Municipal Rehabilitation Hospital,
Medical Corporation Kisei-kai, Chiba, Japan Kazuki Morita
2-17K-18-3 Progress report on the newly designed Ankle Foot Orthosis for Hansen’s Disease patients with drop foot
.............................................................................National Sanatorium Tama Zensho-en, Japan Takahiro Sugano
2 17K 18 4 Experimental cane production adjusted for upper limb deformity and pain
.......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nihon University School of Medicine,
Itabashi Hospital, Japan Ryusuke Takahashi
2-17K-18-5 Development of socks with non-slip structure that aims to improve the anti-tip and indoor transfer efficiency
................................................................................................Yukiyoshi Clinic, Niigata, Japan Tomoko Kitazawa
2-17K-18-6 Investigation of continuous trunk muscle activities during sitting on a bath towel lay on a reclining
wheelchair........................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Kawasaki University of Medical Welfare,
Okayama, Japan Kenichi Kobara
2-17K-18-7 Effect of Arch Support Hardness of Foot Orthoses on Walking
..................................................................................... Tomei Brace Co., Ltd. Kanto Branch, Japan Hajime Ikeda
2-17K-18-8 Introduction of referral letters about brace based on regional cooperation and its status quo and issues
................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nishinomiya Kyoritsu Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan
Kazuhiro Nishikawa
2-17K-18-9 Analysis of a Judgment of the Professionals about the Selection of Assistive Technology
................... Department of Assistive Technology, Research Institute of National Rehabilitation Center for
Persons with Disabilities, Saitama, Japan Yuki Sawada
Cardiovascular Disease 1
12:55∼13:55――――――― Chairpersons/Hiroshi Irisawa・Kenichi Ito
2-17K-19-1 Experience of comprehensive rehabilitation for dilated cardiomyopathy
............................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyoto Katsura Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Yuuki Morisaki
2 17K 19 2 Efforts to outpatient cardiac rehabilitation using a behavioral change The ~ through ~ case
..................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saiseikai Matsuyama Hospital, Ehime, Japan Ryuichi Sasaki
2-17K-19-3 Current status of cardiovascular postoperative cardiac rehabilitation in our hospital
............................................................................. Kansai Medical University Takii Hospital, Japan Mariko Tokui
2-17K-19-4 Heart disease patients with secondary prevention for the efforts Focused on patient education
questionnaire survey................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tanabe Central Hospital,
Kyoto, Japan Takaaki Hisaoka
2-17K-19-5 Difference in progress of post cardiac surgery physiotherapy among our team and authorized pathways
.......................................................... Department of Physical Therapy St. Mary’s Hospital, Japan Takashi Ogata
2-17K-19-6 Report of Occupational thrapy for patient of Cardiovascular surgery in our hospital
.......................... Department of Rehabilitation, Shin-yurigaoka General Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Hisaaki Mori
2-17K-19-7 Blood examination study of effects of PHASE-2 cardiac rehabilitation
........................................ Rehabilitation department, Azumino Red cross hospital, Nagano, Japan Takeshi Otani
2-17K-19-8 The need for cardiac rehabilitation in stroke care unit
.............Rehabilitation Technology Department, Municipal Nagahama Hospital, Shiga, Japan Tomotaka Kawase
2 17K 19 9 In order to prevent heart failure readmission, Callenges of cardiac rehabilitation team
............................................................................................................Minamitama Hospital, Japan Kenji Yamada
Cardiovascular Disease 2
12:55∼13:55―――― Chairpersons/Nobuo Morotomi・Ichiro Kawano
2-17K-20-1 Psychological Approaches by the Physical Therapist Improved Anxiety and Adherence to Cardiac
Rehabilitation................. Department of Rehabilitation, Kyoto First Red Cross Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Ayumi Hikita
2-17K-20-2 Improvement of COPMs satisfaction, execution that depression and FIMs motion to influens for CHF
.................................................................................................. Mukaiyama Hospital, Osaka, Japan Yohei Umeda
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2-17K-20-3 Multidisciplinary Disease Management in Cardiac Rehabilitation : A Case of Elderly Heart Failure
..................... Department of Cardiovascular Rehabilitation, National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center,
Osaka, Japan Kazufumi Kitagaki
2-17K-20-4 The importance of the mental aid to an old patient
................................................................................. Kyoto First Red Cross Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Atusi Imasaka
2-17K-20-5 Awareness survey of ICU nurses for acute rehabilitation
.............................. Intensive Care Unit, Showa University Koto Toyosu Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Ayano Takanami
2-17K-20-6 Cardiovascular responses during head-up tilt in persons with aortic arch aneurysm
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University Hospital,
Wakayama, Japan Hiroyasu Uenishi
2-17K-20-7 Cardiovascular Responses to Head-up Tilt in Patients with ischemic heart disease
.......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University Hospital, Wakayama, Japan
Shinnosuke Hori
2-17K-20-8 Study of factors that define the 6MWD of the elderly AMI patients
........................................ Department of Physical Therapy, Bellland General Hospital, Osaka, Japan Yuji Murata
Basic Research 1
12:55∼13:55―― Chairpersons/Yoshi-ichiro Kamijo・Toshiaki Suzuki
2-17K-21-1 The music modulates the movement-related cortical potential associated with button press
........................ Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan Yoshie Nakajima
2 17K 21 2 Influence of disorder of prediction by auditory rhythm shift in the reaction periodic movement
.................. Department of Physical Therapy, Kobe College of Rehabilitation and Welfare, Japan Yuki Takahashi
2-17K-21-3 The influence of stimulation site and frequency of TENS on pressure pain threshold in healthy subjects:
a pilot study. ............. Department of Physical Therapy, Yawata Central Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Nobuhiro Takiguchi
2-17K-21-4 Effects of bimanual alternation movements on the somatosensory evoked potentials
...............................Department of Rehabilitation, Sakakibarahakuho Hospital, Mie, Japan Yoshinori Yamamoto
2 17K 21 5 Excitability of spinal neural function after exercise of complex hand movements
............ Department of Physical Therapy, Kobe College of Rehabilitation and Welfare, Hyogo, Japan Naoki Kado
2-17K-21-6 Influence on the Excitability of Spinal Neural Function - Comparison of the Object Laterality on Action
Observation...................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Medical Corporated Group Sekitetsukai,
Kyoto, Japan Hirokazu Takasaki
2-17K-21-7 Influence of Superficial and Proprioceptive Sensory Input for Thumb on the Excitability of Spinal
Neural Function................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Medical Corporated Group Sekitetsukai,
Kyoto, Japan Tetsuhiro Hayashi
2-17K-21-8 Effect of motor imagery on excitability of spinal nerve function and its impact on the accuracy of movement
.................................................. Graduate School of Kansai University of Health Sciences, Japan Yuki Fukumoto
Cardiovascular Disease 3
14:05∼15:05―――――― Chairpersons/Hideki Arai・Shiho Yamabata
2-17K-22-1 Relationship between age and walking ability among post cardiac-surgery rehabilitation program
..................................... Department of Physical Therapy St. Mary’s Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Masayosi Mizuno
2-17K-22-2 Delay factor of 100m walking acquisition dates in TAVI patients
............................... Department of Rehabilitation, Kyushu University Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Tomoyuki Nezu
2-17K-22-3 Importance of continuous cardiac rehabilitation in outpatients with peripheral artery disease.
.......................................................Omihachiman Community Medical Center, Shiga, Japan Takahiro Okumura
2-17K-22-4 A study of the factors to maintain cardiac rehabilitation and background factor
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Matsushita Memorial Hospital, Japan Shingo Hashimoto
2-17K-22-5 Constructin Of a new motin menu by reviewing outpatient cardiac rehabilitation
............ Department of Rehabilitaion Medicine, Saiseikai Matsuyama Hospital, Ehime, Japan Takuya Yamamoto
2-17K-22-6 A study from the database making CPX enforcement patients in cardiac rehabilitation of our hospital
.................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hachinohe City Hospital, Japan Takuya Tamura
2-17K-22-7 The effect of passive orthostatism on ICU patients with poor oxygenation after heart surgery
.......................................................... Gifu Prefectural General Medical Center, Gifu, Japan Yasumasa Kumazaki
2-17K-22-8 Effect of the PHASE-2 cardiac rehabilitation on AMI patient
...................................... Rehabilitation Department, Azumino Red Cross Hospital, Nagano, Japan Takeshi Otani
2-17K-22-9 Reinstatement status and cardiac rehabilitation care hope of heart disease patients
........... Central Rehabilitation Services Administration, Osaka Rousai Hospital, Osaka, Japan Masato Nishimura
Cardiovascular Disease 4
14:05∼15:05――――― Chairpersons/Kan Hamori・Naoki Sasanuma
2-17K-23-1 Dialysis patient with frailty achieved returning home owing to early rehabilitation after Aortic Valve
Replacement ....................... Rehabilitation Medicine Center, Kyoto Katsura Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Kaori Yukutake
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2-17K-23-2 A case of heart failure difficult to be discharged after cardiopulmonary arrest due to myocardial infarction.
.............................................. Department of Rehabilitation, Rakuwakai Otowa Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Ryota Isaji
2-17K-23-3 Physical therapy improving knee range of motion after revascularization of the patient with critical
limb ischemia........................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Akita University Hospital,
Akita, Japan Yusuke Takahashi
2-17K-23-4 Role of occupational therapist in early rehabilitation at ICU
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University Hospital,
Wakayama, Japan Kasumi Miyamura
2-17K-23-5 Conditions for independent walking in patients treated at Intensive Care Unit after emergent abdominal
surgery.... Department of Rehabilitaion Medicine, Saitama Medical University Hospital, Saitama, Japan Saori Miura
2-17K-23-6 Effect of right tercostal small thoracotomy in valve replacement surgery to the cardiac rehabilitation
............................... Department of Rehabilitation, Nozaki Tokusyukai Hospital, Osaka, Japan Satoshi Tagashira
2 17K 23 7 Postoperative course after implantation of a left ventricular assist device-Comparison by INTERMACS
Profiles- .........Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyushu University Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan Yuta Nagatomi
2-17K-23-8 Investigation about preoperative related factor of dysphagia after cardiovascular surgery.
................................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Gifu Heart Center, Japan Takashi Nagai
2-17K-23-9 The features of rehabilitation in the elderly patients who underwent aortic valve replacement for aortic
stenosis .................................... University Hospital, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Japan Eri Yamanaka
Basic Research 2
14:05∼15:05―― Chairpersons/Motohiko Hara・Takamitsu Fujikawa
2-17K-24-1 Study of forepaw function and posture characteristics in the Parkinson’s disease model rats
....................... Department of Physical therapy, Faculty of Health care, Takasaki University of Health and
Welfare, Gunma, Japan Yoichi Ohno
2-17K-24-2 Influence of head-out hot water immersion on serum brain-derived neurotrophic factor in elderly subjects.
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University Hospital,
Wakayama, Japan Mami Yamashiro
2-17K-24-3 Mitochondrial biogenesis in Fibroblast-like synoviocyte of Rhumatoid Arthritis
.............. Division of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine, Kobe, Japan
Takeshi Ueha
2-17K-24-4 The effects for motor adaptation following progressively increasing perturbations
.......... Department of Physical Therapy, Graduate school of Human Health Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan
University, Tokyo, Japan Kenji Morikawa
2-17K-24-5 Reliability and the sex differences of the women on the muscle fatigability of vastus medialis
....... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, Japan Yuta Minoshima
2-17K-24-6 The effect of temporal changes follow by auditory rhythmic cueing on corticospinal excitability
............................................... Graduate School of Medicine, Shinshu University, Nagano, Japan Junko Tsuchiya
2-17K-24-7 Effects of auditory stimuli on standing postural control in sagittal and frontal planes
....... Human Health Sciences, Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan Momoko Yamagata
2-17K-24-8 Influence of near-infrared irradiation on the stellate ganglion to the autonomic nervous activity
................................................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Shimizu hospital, Japan Hidenobu Saeki
Motion Analysis
14:05∼15:05―――――― Chairpersons/Motoyuki Abe・Kazuo Nojima
2-17K-25-1 Leg heel alignment Estimation algorithm with 3-D point cloud data
............................... Department of Research and Development, Rehabitech co. ltd., Kyoto, Japan Ban Masuhara
2-17K-25-2 Measurement of knee motion and physical activity
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University Hospital,
Wakayama, Japan Chigusa Ohno
2-17K-25-3 About the internal oblique activities and center of pressure in the reach movement start by maximum
speed in a sitting ........ Department of Rehabilitation, Rokujizo General Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Hirofumi Watanabe
2-17K-25-4 The relationship between onset latency electromyogram of pre-landing and lower limb rotation by taping
.............................. Department of Rehabilitation, Medical Corporated Group Sekitetsukai, Japan Shigeaki Haito
2-17K-25-5 Muscle Activity of Back muscle Foot Muscles during Lateral Weight Shift in the Standing Position
................. Graduate School of Health Sciences, Graduate School of Kansai University of Health Sciences,
Osaka, Japan Shohei Noguchi
2-17K-25-6 The examination of start time of muscle activity in the internal oblique muscle during the stepping activity.
..........................................Department of Rehabilitation, Rokujizo General Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Tomomi Tsuji
2-17K-25-7 Gait Analysis of Sarcopenia with Tri-accelerometer System
................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Japanese Red Cross Nagoya Daini Hospital,
Aichi, Japan Hironori Hosoe
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2-17K-25-8 Study on postural maintenance focusing on distance between the feet during tandem stance in healthy
young adults. ....................................................National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, Japan Miwa Oyabu
2-17K-25-9 Effects of handrail on the stairs ascent. -Kinematic analysis of a three-dimensional motion analysis system..........................................................National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology, Japan Masanori Tanimoto
Education 2
14:05∼15:05―― Chairpersons/Michinari Fukuda・Yoshikiyo Kanada
2-17K-26-1 Assessment Sheet of Team Management Training in Rehabilitation
.......................................................................................Ukai Rehabilitation Hospital, Aichi, Japan Hisayo Suzuki
2-17K-26-2 Awareness and knowledge of Japanese Rehabilitation for foreign students
.......................................................................................Takao Hospital Group, Saga, Japan Kaori Shimosoyama
2-17K-26-3 Awareness survey of occupational therapy in the nurse at our corporation
....................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Yasue Hospital, Gifu, Japan Shogo Takeshima
2-17K-26-4 Characteristics of clinical skills in rookie physical therapist
....... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Ukai Rehabilitation Hospital, Nagoya, Japan Yoshinobu Hayakawa
2-17K-26-5 Change after the introduction and post-graduate education initiatives using the OSCE
......................................................................... Alpen Rehabilitation Hospital, Toyama, Japan Kenichi Nakamoto
2 17K 26 6 The post-graduate education based upon the standard clinical skill and objective structured clinical
examination ........................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Watanabe Hospital, Aichi, Japan Hidemasa Iki
2-17K-26-7 Introduce OSCE into the education to a therapist
................................. Departmento of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sankuro Hospital, Aichi, Japan Motonori Murata
2-17K-26-8 Effects of postgraduate education using objective structured clinical examination for novice therapists
........................................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Kawamura Hospital, Gifu, Japan Ikuo Motoya
Orthotics 4
14:05∼15:05―――― Chairpersons/Toshio Mimura・Hirohiko Kurogo
2-17K-27-1 Characteristics of muscle activities during various strength of strut in AFO by using electromyogram-A
single study....................Department of Rehabilitation, Kinkai Rehabilitation Hospital, Tottori, Japan Mito Ryomon
2-17K-27-2 Effect of fear of faling on the attachment of temporary ankle-foot orthosis in patient of cerebrovascular
disease..... Department of Rehabilitation, Kitasato University East Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan Tetsuharu Nakazono
2 17K 27 3 The active gait training is effective for a person with persistent disturbance of consciousness
.....................................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University,
Wakayama, Japan Takamasa Hashizaki
2-17K-27-4 One cases of QOL was improved by selection of the appropriate brace for stroke hemiplegia patient
....................................................................................... Matsudo Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Yo-Suke Oshina
2-17K-27-5 New design of Easy-on CRPS soulder support
.. Dept. of Product, Evidence and Sales technique Developing, Kawamura-gishi Co., Tokyo, Japan Aya Masagaki
2 17K 27 6 An Investigation of Recognition of Chronic Stroke Patients into Ankle Foot Orthoses
...................................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Hananooka Hospital, Mie, Japan Yuichi Kurata
2-17K-27-7 A study into the effectiveness of using braces to treat patients unable to walk due to severe stroke
...................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Takekawa Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Naoto Iwasawa
2-17K-27-8 Assessment of gait performance using an upper limb orthosis in patients with hemiplegia.
........................................................................... Asanogawa General Hospital, Ishikawa, Japan Masashi Yamada
Orthotics 5
14:05∼15:05―― Chairpersons/Yoshikazu Ninomiya・Wataru Yoshida
2-17K-28-1 A Case that changed a prescription of ankle foot orthosis to solve persistent durability problem.
............................................................Rrakuhokugishi. Prosthetic and Orthotic Manufacturing Co., LTD,
Kyoto, Japan Masahiro Nomura
2-17K-28-2 A case that correction of alignment of orthosis solved the pressure ulcer and pain.
............................................................Rrakuhokugishi. Prosthetic and Orthotic Manufacturing Co., LTD,
Kyoto, Japan Atsushi Fujita
2-17K-28-3 An experience of manufacturing basket of a pram with a basket that carries an oxygen tank and an
artificial respirator..................................Rrakuhokugishi. Prosthetic and Orthotic Manufacturing Co., LTD,
Kyoto, Japan Masaki Niga
2-17K-28-4 Development of device for evaluating stabilizing ability of cervical orthosis
............................................................................................ Rehabitech co., ltd, Kyoto, Japan Kouhei Matsuzaka
2-17K-28-5 An evaluating of stabilizing ability for CTO and CO using device
.................................................................................................. Rehabitech Co., Ltd, Kyoto, Japan Kazuko Yuzen
2-17K-28-6 Seating systems considering the breathabillity.
......................................................................................................... Tomei Brace Co., Ltd, Japan Yasufumi Sakai
2-17K-28-7 Seating efforts and effect in the Rehabilitation Hospital
................................................................................................. Co. Ltd, Life Step Service, Japan Akira Miyamoto
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2-17K-28-8 Quantity of shift examination of the neoprene sleeve caused by the exercise of knee
.................................................................................... Kanto Branch of Tomei Brace Co., Ltd, Japan Taku Yamamoto
2-17K-28-9 Exploring an Ideal estimated target of Cobb’s angle for brace treatments of idiopathic scoliosis
.......................................... Rakuhokugishi. Prosthetic and Orthotic Manufacturing Co., LTD, Kyoto, Japan Kouhei Mori
Room 18 (June 10th)
Panel Discussion
Cancer Rehabilitation
8:05∼9:05――――― Chairpersons/Shigeyuki Kuratsu・Akira Kido
2-18-P1-1 Cancer Rehabilitation Workshop in Aichi Prefecture
........................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University,
Aichi, Japan Hitoshi Kagaya
2-18-P1-2 The Difference of Intervention Length in Cancer Rehabilitation among Departments of Chiba University
...... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, Chiba University, Chiba, Japan Atsushi Murata
2-18-P1-3 Effects of Cancer Rehabilitation in Our Hospital
..................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kanazawa Medical University, Uchinada,
Ishikawa, Japan Fumito Takeuchi
2-18-P1-4 Present State of Cancer Rehabilitation at Our Hospital
.............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saku Central Hospital Advanced Care Center,
Nagano, Japan Yasue Shishido
2-18-P1-5 The second-year resuts of cancer rehabilitation in Sapporo Kiyota Hospital
........................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sapporo Kiyota Hospital, Sapporo, Japan Yoshiro Goto
2-18-P1-6 Consideration of rehabilitation from the Comprehensive Geriatric Assessment of cancer perioperative
................................................ Department of Rehabilitation, Saka General Hospital, Miyagi, Japan Dai Fujiwara
Panel Discussion
Education of Rehabilitation Medicine
9:15∼10:15 ― Chairpersons/Hiroaki Kimura・Hidetoshi Takahashi
2-18-P2-1 The effect of meeting with patients for Parkinson’s disease
.......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shiga Medical Center, Japan Takayo Chuma
2-18-P2-2 Result of the society official recognition dysphagia training workshop
..................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hamamatsu City Rehabilitation Hospital,
Shizuoka, Japan Ichiro Fujishima
2-18-P2-3 Manual muscles testing in bed-side training for post-graduate community medicine learning residents
.................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Miyako Hospital, Okinawa, Japan Eiji Motonaga
2-18-P2-4 Self evaluation of junior residents in the course of the community medical supports
...............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Aijinkai Rehabilitation Hospital Takatuki, Japan Mikio Sumida
2-18-P2-5 Education of Rehabilitation Medicine to Residents in Our Hospital
......................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Chiba Rosai Hospital, Chiba, Japan Mitsuhiro Hashimoto
2-18-P2-6 Approaches of rehabilitation seminar for medical students and doctors
........... Faculty of Rehabilitation School of Health Sciences, Fujita Health University, Aichi, Japan Megumi Ozeki
Stroke Rehabilitation
10:25∼11:25――― Chairpersons/Kenji Nakajima・Hirosei Horikawa
2-18-P3-1 Evaluation of the Stroke Patients in the Day Care Center
............................................................................................................ Kakita Clinic, Kyoto, Japan Sachiko Kakita
2-18-P3-2 An association between energy-protein intake and activities of daily living in stroke patients
............................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Akita Prefectural Center for Rhhabilitation and
Psychiatric Medicine, Japan Eriko Yokoyama
2-18-P3-3 Improvement of the FIM of the 60 home-visit rehabilitation patients
.........................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kansai Rehabilitation Hospital, Osaka, Japan Keiji Inada
2-18-P3-4 Rehabilitation of young stroke patients
..................................................................... Yokohama Rehabilitation Center, Yokohama, Japan Sayaka Inazawa
2-18-P3-5 Tisssue plasminogen acthvator for acute ischemic stroke
............................ Departments of Neurosurgery, Osaka Neurosurgical Hospital, Kagawa, Japan Naohiro Osaka
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2-18-P3-6 Effects of dynamic intensive exercise in chronic stroke patients and their caregivers in QOL
................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hamamatsu University school of Medicine,
Hamamatsu, Japan Takashi Mizushima
Luncheon Seminar 20
11:45∼12:45
Chairperson/Masaaki Matsubara
Complications and rehabilitation after hip surgery
..... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Tokyo, Japan Tetsuya Jinno.… S292
Panel Discussion
Rehabilitation in Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Disorders
12:55∼13:55― Chairpersons/Hiroshi Tamai・Yoshiyuki Kawaguchi
2-18-P4-1 Hip disorder of the adult patients with cerebral palsy
..........................Department of Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery, Morinomiya Hospital, Osaka, Japan Toru Shibata
2-18-P4-2 Developmental coordination disorder in preschool children’s language difficulty
............................................................................................ Shimada Ryoiku Center, Tokyo, Japan Keiko Oguchi
2-18-P4-3 Supply and problem of the seating system for children in our center
...... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shiga medical center for children, Shiga, Japan Toshiko Hirashima
2-18-P4-4 Indications and Limitations of Dynamic Spinal Brace for Scoliosis in Cerebral Palsy
......... Osaka Developmental Rehabilitation Center ( Minami Osaka Rehabilitation Hospital for Children ),
Osaka, Japan Yukiyasu Minobe
2-18-P4-5 The present conditions and problem of the rehabilitation in the national center for children
.................................Development Evaluation Center National Center for Child Health and Development,
.
2-18-P4-6
Tokyo, Japan Yuko Yamauchi
A Study on the Reasonable Accomodation using ICF in Special Support Education Schools
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Beppu Developemental Medicine, Oita, Japan Tutana Fukunaga
Room 19 (June 10th)
Oral Presentation
Community Rehabilitaiton 4
8:05∼9:05 ―――――― Chairperson/Hiroshi Yonezu
2-19-1-1
Introducing a panoramic photography and handy three-dimensional scanner to visit house investigation
................ Department of Rehabilitation, Yamaguchi Grand Medical Center, Yamaguchi, Japan Kazuhiro Murata
Meaning of mental supports from a point of view CBR in the disaster districts
2-19-1-2
................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Higashi Hachimantai Hospital, Iwate, Japan Tadato Oikawa
Building the Integrated Community Rehabilitation-care.Cooperation with home medical care(2nd.)
2-19-1-3
...............................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Comprehensive Rehabilitation & care center,
Chiba, Japan Masahito Takeuchi
The need for regional coordinator hospitals of higher brain dysfunction in the secondary care area
2-19-1-4
........Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Katsuragi Hospital, Kishiwada, Osaka, Japan Tsutomu Hashimoto
The present status of the community-based-rehabilitation for higher brain dysfunction in Yokohama.
2-19-1-5
........................................................................ Yokohama Rehabilitation Center, Yokohama, Japan Toru Takaoka
Early Supported Discharge by Rehabilitation Clinic for Acute Stroke Patients
2-19-1-6
.......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sapporo Shiroishi Memorial Hospital,
Sapporo, Japan Masahiko Toshima
Factors influenced the Discharge of the disuse syndrome which left hospital from the general ward
2-19-1-7
.......................................................................Tochigi Rehabilitation center, Tochigi, Japan Masanori Funakoshi
The Rehabilitation cases in Consulting Service
2-19-1-8
..................................................................Yokohama Public Health Center, Yokohama, Japan Hironao Kitagawa
Higher Brain Dysfunction 1
9:15∼10:15 ――――――― Chairperson/Toru Takaoka
2-19-2-1
Evaluation of higher brain dysfunction to the inferior hemisphere damage using a phase touch
................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Katsuragi Hospital, Osaka, Japan Hideki Konishi
The relationship between hemispatial neglect and imaging findings in stroke survivors
2-19-2-2
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kansai Electric Power Hospital, Japan Toshihiko Ebisu
Relationship between superior longitudinal tract FA and unilateral neglect among MCA infarct cases
2-19-2-3
... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nishinomiya Kyoritsu Neurosurgical Hospital, Japan Tetsuo Koyama
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2-19-2-4
Facial affect recognition difficulties analyzed with SPECT in patients with traumatic brain injuries
......................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The Jikei University School of Medicine,
Tokyo, Japan Marika Tsuboi
2-19-2-5
Neuropsychological factors influencing the performance of Oiso-dual-task B
.............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokai University Oiso Hospital, Oiso, Japan Minoru Toyokura
2-19-2-6
Characteristics on MRI imaging analysis of neuropsychological impairments and developmental disorder
............................................ Department of psychiatry, NAKAYAMA MENTAL CLINIC, Chiba, Japan Go Uruma
2-19-2-7
Paradoxical effect of task difficulty on Memory Updating Test
.............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokai University Oiso Hospital, Oiso, Japan Minoru Toyokura
2-19-2-8
The Age-related Change of the Clock Drawing Test in the Elderly: the Characteristics of the Errors
............................................... Faculty of Education and Integrated Arts and Sciences, Waseda University,
Tokyo, Japan Kazuyuki Sakatsume
Higher Brain Dysfunction 2
10:25∼11:25―――― Chairperson/Masanori Funakoshi
2-19-3-1
Building of return-to-work support system for stroke patient : The 2nd report
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chugoku Rosai Hospital, Japan Akihiro Toyota
2-19-3-2
Our center`s support for employment to the patients with higher brain dysfunction
.............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chiba Rehabilitation center, Chiba, Japan Eri Akaogi
2-19-3-3
Treatment of tempro-mandibular joint disoreders in patietns with traumatic brain injuries
.............Depertment of Otorihinolaryngology, Kanagawa Rehabilitaation Hospital, kanagawa, Japan Hiroyuki Ito
2-19-3-4
Rehabiklitation approach for home worker of disabled patients
................................................. Department of rehabilitation Medicine, kanagawa Rehabilitation Hospital,
Kanagawa, Japan Osamu Yokoyama
2-19-3-5
Benefits of the brain injury resource facilities map in the second medical district in Tokyo
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Jikei Daisan Hospital, The Jikei University School of Medicine,
Tokyo, Japan Shu Watanabe
2-19-3-6
Social participation of patients with traumatic brain injury in the community: A mixed methods study
................................................................................................Yokohama City University, Japan Kaoruko Takada
2-19-3-7
Psychiatric cooperation of higher brain dysfunction patients in support hospitals
............... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Seirei Mikatahara General Hospital, Japan Norimasa Katagiri
2-19-3-8
Task difficulty and practice effects in alternate forms of trail making test
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakamatsu Hospital of University of Occupational and
Environmental Health, Kitakyushu, Japan Tetsuya Okazaki
Luncheon Seminar 21
11:45∼12:45
Chairperson/Munehito Yoshida
Treatment of Insomnia in the Elderly
....................................... Faculty of Sport Sciences, Waseda University, Tokorozawa, Japan Sunao Uchida.… S293
Oral Presentation
Higher Brain Dysfunction 3
12:55∼13:55――――――― Chairperson/Tetsuo Ogawa
2-19-4-1
Learning disorder or developmental Gerstmann syndrome without structural disorders; a case report.
..................... Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Division of Comprehensive Medicine,
Osaka Medical College, Takatsuki, Japan Akane Doi
A case of PHACE(S) syndrome with cognitive and behavioral disorders
2-19-4-2
...... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The Jikei University Third Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Hideaki Akimoto
Evaluation of driving resumption in patients with aphasia
2-19-4-3
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Occupational and Environmental Health,
Kitakyushu, Japan Noriaki Kato
Retrospective study in patients with brain injury of the relation between driving and medicine
2-19-4-4
............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chemotherapy Research Institute, Kaken Hospital, Japan
Itaru Takehara
Predictors of Course Test Performance in Elderly Drivers with Stroke
2-19-4-5
.................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Fukui General Hospital, Fukui, Japan Yasutaka Kobayashi
Support for children with acquired brain injury: comparison between urban area and local area
2-19-4-6
.......... Department of Pediatrics, The Kanagawa Rehabilitation Center, Atsugi, Kanagawa, Japan Mana Kurihara
School Choice & Employment Support for young people with Childhood-Onset Higher Brain Dysfunction
2-19-4-7
...................Higher Brain Dysfunction Support Center, Chiba Rehabilitation Center, Chiba, Japan Emiko Otsuka
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Day 3 (June 11th)
Room 1 (June 11th)
Special Lecture 10
8:30∼9:30
Chairperson/Fumio Eto
Neurorehabilitation-Basic Principles, Clinical Applications and Perspectives
.......................................................... Hyogo College Of Medicine.Nishinomiya, Japan Kazuhisa Domen.… S297
Special Lecture 11
9:40∼10:40
Chairperson/Ryuichi Saura
Trends in the Administration on Rehabilitation Medicine in Japan
....................................... Kinki Regional Bureau of Health and Welfare, Osaka, Japan Hiroshi Maruyama.… S298
Special Lecture 12
10:50∼11:50
Chairperson/Yoshiyuki Watanabe
How to revise Medical and Elderly care and Rehabilitation in Japan against young generation
decrease.................. Graduate School, International University of Health and Welfare, Tokyo, Japan Tai Takahashi.… S299
Luncheon Seminar 22
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Takayoshi Ueta
Clinical Apprication of New Rehabilitation Equipments
............................................................ Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Akita, Japan Yoichi Shimada.… S300
Special Lecture 13
13:20∼14:20
Chairperson/Masanori Nakagawa
Leading Edge of Innovative Cybernic System - HAL for Functional Improvement Treatment .................................. Impulsing Paradigm Change through Disruptive Technologies (ImPACT) Program, JST,
Center for Cybernics Research, University of Tsukuba, CYBERDYNE Inc, Japan Yoshiyuki Sankai.… S301
Special Lecture 14
14:30∼15:30
Chairperson/Shinichi Izumi
Expectation of rehabilitation robotics
...................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University, Aichi, Japan
Eiichi Saitoh.… S303
Special Lecture 15
15:40∼16:40
Chairperson/Yasusuke Hirasawa
Medical issues and pathophysiology in paralympic athletes. Physiatrists should assist them.
.Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, Japan Fumihiro Tajima.… S304
Room 2 (June 11th)
Instructional Lecture 55
8:30∼9:30
Chairperson/Kazuo Minematsu
Japanese Guideline for the management of Stroke - The current of stroke rehabilitation
............................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokai University School of Medicine, Isehara, Japan
Toshiyuki Fujiwara.… S305
Instructional Lecture 56
9:40∼10:40
Chairperson/Satoshi Ueno
(The Japan Stroke Society Combined Program)
Frontier in prevention of non-cardiogenic stroke
.............................. Department of Neurology, Keio University School of Medicine, Japan Norihiro Suzuki.… S306
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Instructional Lecture 57
10:50∼11:50
Chairperson/Naoya Hashimoto
Neurosurgeons expect Rehabilitation Medicine
...........................Department of Neurosurgery, Tokushima University, Tokushima, Japan Shinji Nagahiro.… S307
Luncheon Seminar 23
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Tamotsu Nakatsuchi
Alzheimer’s disease: diagnosis and treatment of dementia from the viewpoint of rehabilitation
.Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sapporo Medical University School of Medicine, Japan Sumio Ishiai.… S308
Combined Symposium 6
13:20∼14:55
Chairpersons/Takashi Houri・Naoya Hashimoto
(The Japan Neurosurgical Society Combined Program)
Brain Rehabilitation: the current activities and the overview of future developments
1.Progress of endovascular surgery for acute cerebral infarction and post-stroke rehabilitation.
.................................Department of Rehabilitation medicine, Jujo Takeda Rehabilitation Hospital, Kyoto, Japan
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Shinsuke Ishino… S309
2.Brain machine interfaces and neurorehabilitation
..................Department of Clincal Neural Engineering, Global Center for Medical Engineering and Informatics,
Osaka University, Osaka, Japan Masayuki Hirata.… S309
3.Awake surgery to preserve neurological function
......................... Department of Neurosurgery, Sapporo Medical University School of Medicine, Sapporo, Japan
Nobuhiro Mikuni.… S310
Combined Symposium 7
15:05∼16:40
Chairpersons/Ryosuke Takahashi・Toshiki Mizuno
(The Japan Neurosurgical Society Combined Program)
New Strategy of the Neurology for Rehabilitation
1.Neurorehabilitation with Botulinum Toxin Therapy
.......................................... Department of Neurology, Tokushima University, Tokushima, Japan Ryuji Kaji.… S311
2.Neuroplasticity induction in human brain and its clinical application
................ Department of Neurology, Fukushima Medical Universtiy, Fukushima, Japan Yoshikazu Ugawa.… S311
3.Cybernic neurorehabilitation using medical device, HAL lower leg type
.............................. Department of Neurology, Niigata National Hospital, National Hospital Organization, Japan
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Takashi Nakajima… S312
Room 3 (June 11th)
Morning Seminar 1
07:35∼8:20
Chairperson/Hiroshi Mizuta
Prolonging female healthy life expectancy through prevention of fractures and falls
............. Department of Clinical Medical Research Center, International University of Health and Welfare, Japan
Hiroaki Ohta.… S313
Instructional Lecture 58
8:30∼9:30
Chairperson/Nobuhiko Haga
New information about the new medical specialist system and rehabilitation medicine
.....................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saga University Hospital, Saga, Japan Toyoko Asami.… S314
Combined Symposium 8
9:40∼11:50
Chairpersons/Yukihide Iwamoto・Yuichi Hoshino
(The Japanese Orthopaedic Association, Japanese Society for Musculoskeletal Medicine and The Japanese
Clinical Orthopaedic Association Combined Program)
Innovation in Locomotive Syndrome
1.The concept and screening tools of locomotive syndrome
...........................................................................Mitsui Memorial Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Atsushi Seichi.… S315
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2.The Present Status of Locomotive Syndrome
............................................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Shimane University, Japan Yuji Uchio.… S315
3.About spread of locomotive syndrome activity by SLOC
........................................................................ Fujino Orthopedic Clinic, Hamamatsu, Japan Keiji Fujino.… S316
4.Prevention programs for locomotive syndrome in local areas
................... Department of orthopaedic surgery and rehabilitation medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of
Miyazaki, Miyazaki, Japan Etsuo Chosa.… S316
5.The role of Locomotive Syndrome in a medical policy of Japan
..........................................................................Tanabe Orthopedic Clinic, Tokyo, Japan Hideki Tanabe.… S317
Luncheon Seminar 24
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Hideki Yoshikawa
Osteoporosis Up-to-date: Denosumab is promising !
........................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Mie University Graduate School of Medicine, Mie, Japan
Akihiro Sudo.… S318
Instructional Lecture 59
13:20∼14:20
Chairperson/Hiroshi Mizuta
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Rheumatoid Arthritis
1.Paradigm change in treatment of rheumatoid arthritis
................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Yokohama City University, Yokohama, Japan Yutaka Inaba.… S319
2.Rehabilitation approach for the patients with rheumatoid arthritis
.............................. Department of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Division of Comprehensive Medicine,
Osaka Medical College, Osaka, Japan Ryuichi Saura.… S320
Instructional Lecture 60
14:30∼15:30
Chairperson/Yuji Yasunaga
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Osteoporosis
1.Pathogenesis, diagnosis, and treatment of osteoporosis - basic knowledge for rehabilitation
doctors................................Rehabilitation Division, Tottori University Hospital, Yonago, Japan Hiroshi Hagino.… S321
2.Osteoporosis and Rehabilitation
........... Division of Orthopedic Surgery, Niigata University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan Naoto Endo.… S321
Instructional Lecture 61
15:40∼16:40
Chairperson/Hiroshi Tsumura
Locomotive Rehabilitation:Pain
1.Pain Management and Rehabilitation Medicine of Painful Bone Metastases
................. Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kochi Medical School, Kochi, Japan Motohiro Kawasaki.… S322
2.Multidisciplinary approach for chronic low back pain
........... Department of Orthopedic Surgery & Pain Medicine, Fukushima Medical University, Fukushima, Japan
.
Shoji Yabuki… S322
Room 4 (June 11th)
Morning Seminar 2
07:35∼8:20
Chairperson/Norimasa Iwasaki
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy for Musculoskeletal disorders
........................... Division of Orthopaedic Surgery, Chiba Children’s Hospital, Chiba, Japan Takashi Saisu.… S323
Instructional Lecture 62
8:30∼9:30
Chairperson/Shinichi Izumi
The concept and practice of ICF
......Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, Fujita Health University, Toyoake, Japan Masahiko Mukaino.… S324
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Instructional Lecture 63
9:40∼10:40
Chairperson/Tetsutaro Yahata
Rehabilitation of persons with spinal cord injuries
.................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kibikogen Rehabilitation Center for Employment Injuries,
.
Kaga-gun, Okayama, Japan Kazunari Furusawa… S325
Instructional Lecture 64
10:50∼11:50
Chairperson/Kazuhiro Chiba
Functional outcome and approach for spinal cord injury to prepare for regenerative medicine
............................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kanagawa Rehabilitation Hospital, Kanagawa, Japan
.
Osamu Yokoyama… S326
Luncheon Seminar 25
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Tomoyuki Saito
Current Therapy for Rheumatoid Arthrits : Clinical Dos and Don’ts
................................................ Kyoto Prefectural Joyo Rehabilitation Hospital, Japan Daisaku Tokunaga.… S327
Instructional Lecture 65
13:20∼14:20
Chairperson/Satoshi Ikeda
Clinical Managemnet of Urinary Tract in Spinal Cord Injury
..................................... Department of Urology, Kainan Iryo Center, Wakayama, Japan Takatoshi Ogawa.… S328
Instructional Lecture 66
14:30∼15:30
Chairperson/Masatoshi Naito
Psychological approachi in rehabilitation
........................... Department of Rehabilitation, Dokkyo Medical University School of medicine, Tochigi, Japan
.
Teruhito Furuichi… S329
Instructional Lecture 67
15:40∼16:40
Chairperson/Yoshiharu Kato
A perspective of spinal cord injury medicine, functional recovery and health promotion.
.... Center for Sports Science and Health Promotion, National Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Disabilities,
.
Saitama, Japan Toru Ogata… S330
Room 5 (June 11th)
Instructional Lecture 68
8:30∼9:30
Chairperson/Takuaki Yamamoto
How to make the fall prevention team-Tips on making it fun and creating a team that will last
..................Department of Neurology, National Hospital Organization, Higashi Nagoya National Hospital, Japan
Ikuko Aiba.… S331
Instructional Lecture 69
9:40∼10:40
Chairperson/Takashi Mitsuhashi
Integrated Community Care and Collaboration in Medical Treatment, Nursing, and Welfare
.................................................................. Tanba Health and Welfare Office, Hyogo, Japan Goro Ohsaka.… S332
Instructional Lecture 70
10:50∼11:50
Chairperson/Akio Tsubahara
The future of the community-based rehabilitation
............................................................. Yokohama Rehabilitation Center, Yokohama, Japan Toshiyuki Ito.… S333
Luncheon Seminar 26
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Toshihiko Taguchi
Motor learning approach to hemiparetic gait and orthotic gait rehabilitation.
...................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kansai Medical University Hirakata Hospital, Osaka, Japan
Kimitaka Hase.… S334
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Instructional Lecture 71
13:20∼14:20
Chairperson/Fujiko Someya
Rehabilitation of neural intractable diseases
................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shiga Medical Center, Japan Takayo Chuma.… S335
Instructional Lecture 72
14:30∼15:30
Chairperson/Ichiro Fujishima
The Role of Swallowing Rehabilitation in the Integrated community care system
....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, International University of Health and Welfare Hospital,
.
Nasushiobara, Japan Kikuo Ota… S336
Instructional Lecture 73
15:40∼16:40
Chairperson/Nobuyuki Kawate
The Medical and welfare system useful in the area, and its utilization point
.................................................................................... Minaminokaze Clinic, Kochi, Japan Toshiya Imai.… S337
Room 6 (June 11th)
Instructional Lecture 74
8:30∼9:30
Chairperson/Tsuyoshi Mizushiri
Rehabilitation at the time of Disaster -In the past 20 years and future 20 years
................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Osaka Medical College, Osaka, Japan Masao Tomioka.… S338
Instructional Lecture 75
9:40∼10:40
Chairperson/Shinichi Konno
Athletic rehabilitation and deep trunk muscle function
......................................................... Waseda University, Fuculty of Sports Sciences, Japan Koji Kaneoka.… S339
Instructional Lecture 76
10:50∼11:50
Chairperson/Hideo Matsumoto
Kaatsu Training and Rehabilitation
........................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Showa University, Tokyo, Japan Yutaka Hiraizumi.… S340
Luncheon Seminar 27
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Motoyuki Horii
Development and Future perspective of Wearable IVES
....................................Faculty of Human Sciences, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan Yoshihiro Muraoka.… S341
Symposium 3
13:20∼15:30
Chairpersons/Kenji Hachisuka・Norihide Itoh
Examinations for Gait Disorder using Diagnostic Apparatus
1.Gait Analysis of Locomotor Disorders by 3D Motion Analysis System
..... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University of
Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Hiroshi Maeda.… S342
2.Development of clinical gait indices based on 3D motion analysis
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University, Toyoake, Japan
Masahiko Mukaino.… S342
3.EMG analysis to evaluate hemiplegic gait and gait training
.................................... Department of Human Health Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan Koji Ohata.… S343
4.Brain activation during walking in stroke patients: a functional near-infrared spectroscopy study
......... Department of Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine, Kagoshima University, Japan Shuji Matsumoto.… S343
Instructional Lecture 77
15:40∼16:40
Chairperson/Hidenao Fukuyama
Application of EEG-based Brain Machine Interface to rehabilitation medicine
... Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Asahikawa Medical University Hospital, Asahikawa, Japan
Tetsuo Ota.… S344
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Room 7・8 (June 11th)
Instructional Lecture 78
8:30∼9:30
Chairperson/Kenji Kagechika
How to explain the cognitive function to patients and families
....................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine II, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University, Tsu, Japan
.
Shinichiro Maeshima… S345
Combined Symposium 9
9:40∼11:50
Chairpersons/Yoichi Goto・Masahiro Kohzuki
(The Japanese Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation Combined Program, Rehabilitation for Cardiovascular and
Rrespiratory disease)
Rehabilitation for Heart Failure
1.Evidence and Practice of Cardiac Rehabilitation for Heart Failure
.....................Department of Cardiovascular Rehabilitation, National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center, Japan
Yoichi Goto.… S346
2.Sarcopenia in elderly patients
................................... Graduate School of Health Sciences, Kobe University, Kobe, Japan Kazuhiro Izawa.… S346
3.Comprehensive Rehabilitation for Heart Failure:the importance of Evaluation of
3.Nutrition Status.................. Department of Cardiovascular Medicine & Rehabilitation Unit of University Hospital,
Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Hirokazu Shiraishi.… S347
4.Rehabilitation for the patients with heart failure or cardio-renal syndrome
.................................... Department of Internal Medicine and Rehabilitation Science, Tokoku University, Japan
Masahiro Kohzuki.… S347
Luncheon Seminar 28
12:10∼13:10
Chairpersons/Hirokazu Shiraishi
How to use CPX in Cardiac Rehabilitation
...................... Department of Cardiology, Gunma Prefectural Cardiovascular Center, Japan Hitoshi Adachi.… S348
Symposium 1
13:20∼14:50
Chairpersons/Shigeru Makita・Satoru Ebihara
Contact point of Respiratory and Cardiovascular Rehabilitation
1.Application of neuromuscular electrical stimulation to cardiac rehabilitation
..........................Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine (Health Sciences), Japan Sumio Yamada.… S353
2.Nutritional support and rehabilitation
............................. Department of Clinical Nutrition, Chikamori Hospital, Kochi, Japan Yasushi Miyazawa.… S353
3.Frontiers in Advanced Comprehensive Pulmonary Rehabilitation
.................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Toho University Graduate School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan
Satoru Ebihara.… S349
Symposium 2
15:10∼16:40
Chairpersons/Takanori Yasu・Hiroto Terashi
Rehabilitation for the Peripheral Artery Disease
1.Interprofessional Work in Rehabilitation for Peripheral Arterial Disease
.... Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Dokkyo Medical University
Nikko Medical Center, Japan Takanori Yasu.… S349
2.How to do for wounds in critical limb ischemia in order to protect gait
............................................ Department of Plastic Surgery, Kobe University, Kobe, Japan Hiroto Terashi.… S350
3.Rehabilitation of Dysvascular Lower Limb Amputees
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hyogo Rehabilitation Center, Kobe, Japan Takaaki Chin.… S351
4.Regional cooperation and rehabilitation to consider the lower limb amputation
approaching CLI...........................................................Osaka Rosai Hospital, Osaka, Japan Miki Mizobata.… S351
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Room 8 (June 11th)
Luncheon Seminar 29
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Takanobu Otsuka
1.Preventive Effects of Astaxanthin on Microcirculatory Dysfunction and Fibrosis in Skeletal
Muscle.......................... Depertment of Rehabilitation Science, Kobe University Graduate School of Health Sciences,
.
Kobe, Japan Hidemi Fujino… S352
2.Astaxanthin and Hippocampal Plasticity
... Laboratory of Exercise Biochemistry and Neuroendocrinology, Advanced Research Initiative for Human High
.
Performance (ARIHHP), Faculty of Health & Sport Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan Hideaki Soya… S352
Room 9 (June 11th)
Instructional Lecture 79
8:30∼9:30
Chairperson/Kanji Fukuda
Application of chronobiology for locomotive rehabilitation
..................... Department of Orhopaedics, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University of
Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Hiroyoshi Fujiwara.… S354
Oral Presentation
Malignant Tumor 1
9:40∼10:40 ――――――― Chairperson/Kaori Muraoka
3-9-1-1
Duration of latency could have an impact on improvement in lymphedema: a feasibility study.
.... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The Jikei University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan Eriko Nakano
3-9-1-2
Effectiveness of shoulder ROM exercise in elbow flexion position for axillary web syndrome
..............................Division of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shizuoka Cancer Center, Shizuoka, Japan Akira Tanuma
3-9-1-3
The effect of perioperative rehabilitation in outpatients before surgery
.............................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Chiba University Hospital, Chiba, Japan Yumi Asano
3-9-1-4
The present condition of cancer rehabilitation in our hospital
...... Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation Unit, Okinawa Red Cross Hospital, Naha, Japan Jun Kadekawa
3-9-1-5
Complete decongestive therapy for lower limb lymphedema in our hospital
.................... Department of Rehabilitation, Northern Fukushima Medical Center, Fukushima, Japan Yoko Ohira
3-9-1-6
Rehabilitation for the cancer patients in the chemotherapy center
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kagawa Prefectural central hospital, Kagawa, Japan Toru Honda
3-9-1-7
Management to Prevent Lower Limb Lymphedema in Postoperative Gynecological Cancer Patients
....... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University, Japan Michiko Taya
Malignant Tumor 2
10:50∼11:50――――――― Chairperson/Akira Tanuma
3-9-2-1
Salvage treatment that held Karnofsky Performance Status(KPS) for primary brain lymphomas
............................................. Department of Neurosurgery, Chiba University Hospital, Chiba, Japan Ayaka Hara
3-9-2-2
Rehabilitation in Patients with myelodysplastic syndrome, 117 hospitalized case data
.................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Okayama City Hospital, Okayama, Japan Takanori Namba
3-9-2-3
Application of Tracheoesophageal Shunt for patients post Laryngectomy
............ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hamamatsu University of Med, Shizuoka, Japan Machiko Sakai
3-9-2-4
Dysphagia in progressive or terminal cancer patients
..................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Seirei Hamamatsu Hospital, Hamamatsu, Japan Ryo Ohno
3-9-2-5
The factors of aspiration pneumonia in patients after radical esophagectomy for esophageal cancer
................................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Keio University, Japan Ryouhei Suzuki
3-9-2-6
Peak cough flow and RLN paralysis following radical esophagectomy for esophageal cancer
.......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan Aiko Ishikawa
3-9-2-7
Insufficient glottic closure and dysphagia following radical esophagectomy for esophageal cancer
.......................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan Aiko Ishikawa
3-9-2-8
The Present Situation of the Cancer Rehabilitation in our Hospital
............................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyoto University, Japan Ryosuke Ikeguchi
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Oral Presentation
Musculoskeletal Tumor / Bone Metastasis 13:20∼14:20――――――Chairperson/Yukihiro Yoshida
3-9-3-1
Early rehabilitation using temporal external fixator following resection of pelvic sarcoma
..................... Department of Medical Materials for Musculoskeletal Reconstruction, Okayama University
Graduate School of Medicine, Dentistry, and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Okayama, Japan Toshiyuki Kunisada
3-9-3-2
Venous Thromboembolism after Surgery for Malignant Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors of Lower Extremity
.......................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Shinshu University, Matsumoto, Japan Yasuo Yoshimura
3-9-3-3
Knee function after reconstruction of extendible prosthesis for patients with osteosarcoma
.................................. Departmento of Orthopaedic Surgery, Rehabilitation Medicine, Nagoya University,
Nagoya, Japan Yoshihiro Nishida
3-9-3-4
Assessment of muscle strength after knee flexor muscles resection for soft tissue sarcoma
.......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kakeyu Misayama Rehabilitation Center Kakeyu Hospital,
Ueda, Japan Atsushi Tanaka
3-9-3-5
In Situ Preparation for Malignant Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors in Extremities
............ Department of Applied Physical Therapy, Shinshu University School of Health Sciences,
Matsumoto, Japan Kaoru Aoki
3-9-3-6
Current Status of Rehabilitation for Patients with Soft Tissue Tumors
......................... Department of Orhopaedic Surgery, Hokkaido Cancer Center Hospital, Japan Toshihisa Osanai
3-9-3-7
Current status and challenges of rehabilitation for patients with bone metastases in our hospital
........... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Okinawa Prefectural Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Norimasa Kikuzato
3-9-3-8
An aproach for the risk management of rehabilitating patients with bone metastasis
............................Department of Rehabilitation, Tokyo Womens Medical University, Tokyo, Japan Mizue Suzuki
Combined Symposium 10
14:30∼16:40
Chairpersons/Ryuichi Saura・Tatsuya Hojo
(Japanese Association for Rheumatism Rehabilitation Combined Program)
RA Rehabilitation and Biological Agents
1.Rehabilitation for RA after available biologics -Medical treatments and rehabilitation
............................ Department of Rehabilitation, International University of Health & Welfare, graduate school,
Ohtawara-city, Japan Masaharu Maeda.… S355
2.RA Orthopaedic Surgery and Rehabilitation
................................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Hyogo Prefectural Kakogawa Medical Center, Japan
Natsuko Nakagawa.… S355
3.Exercise as an anti-inflammatory therapy and Evidence-based Practice in PT in patients
with RA............ Rehabilitation Room, Takubo Rheumatic and Orthopaedic Clinic, Ehime, Japan Toshihiko Abe.… S356
4.Present and future occupational therapy to improve the quality of life for the rheumatoid
arthritis.................. Rehabilitation Unit, University Hospital, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan
Rie Kushida.… S357
Room 11 (June 11th)
Combined Symposium 11
9:40∼11:40
Chairpersons/Tetsuo Suyama・Shusuke Kusano
(Japanese Para-Sports Association Combined Program)
Introduction to Para-Sports
1.Guidance of sports with impairments:General remarks
............................................................................... Nihon Rehabilitation College, Japan Tetsuo Suyama.… S358
2.The classification system in Parasports
.....National Rehabilitation Center for the persons with Disabilities, Tokorozawa, Japan Yoshiko Tobimatsu.… S358
3.Anti-doping Activities in Para-sports
............... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, International University of Health and Welfare, Mita Hospital,
Tokyo, Japan Shusuke Kusano.… S359
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4.Practical procedures and ethical significance of medical examination in athletes with impairments.
.Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, Japan Fumihiro Tajima.… S359
Luncheon Seminar 30
12:10∼13:10
Chairpersons/Yasuharu Nakashima
The Medical Check for Wheelchair Athlete with Spinal Cord Injury
1.The Medical Check for Wheelchair Athlete with Spinal Cord Injury
................................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, Japan
Yukihide Nishimura.… S360
2.The medical check of upper extremity for wheel chair athletes
.Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Wakayama Medical University, Wakayama, Japan Takahiro Ogawa.… S360
Symposium 3
13:20∼14:50
Chairpersons/Yukihide Nishimura・Tomoyuki Ito
Opinions of Athletes and Staffs of Para-Sports
1.Expectation of the Relationship between Rehabilitation Medicine and Para-Sports
......................... National Rehabilitation Center For Persons With Disabilities, Saitama, Japan Anri Kamide.… S361
2.The correlation between athlete and rehabilitation doctor -The point of view of para athlete
.................................................................................... Japan Para Athletics, Osaka, Japan Satoshi Inoue.… S361
3.Activities and pathway of classifiers in para-sports ....................................................... Japanese Para Swimming Federation, Tokyo, Japan Nobuko Konishi.… S362
4.The present state and problem on athletic trainers
..... Depart of Rehabilitation, Aichi medical college for physical and occupational therapy, Japan Akihisa Torii.… S362
5.Prosthetic & Orthotic support on handicapped sports
.................. Kumamoto College of Medical Care & Rehabilitation, Kumamoto, Japan Tomohiko Sasakawa.… S363
Symposium 4
15:10∼16:40
Chairpersons/Yasuyoshi Wadano・Hiroaki Kinoshita
Recruitment and Deveropment of Para-Athlete: Varieties of Disabilities
1.Activities to wheelchair basketball player recruitment and strengthening in our university
............................... Center for Medical Sciences, Ibaraki Prefectural University of Health Sciences, Ami, Japan
Yasuyoshi Wadano.… S364
2.Recruiting and rearing of Para Athlete with Physical Impairments(Viewpoint of Pyhsiotherapist)
............................ The Medical Center for Health Promotion and Sport Science, Wakayama Medical University,
Wakayama, Japan Tatsuru Ibusuki.… S364
3.Talent detection and development in blind soccer
............. Faculty of Health Sciences, Tsukuba University of Technology, Tsukuba, Japan Hiroaki Kinoshita.… S365
4.Experience as the wheelchair basketball player
............................................................................Avex group holdings Inc. Tokyo, Japan Chika Uemura.… S365
Room 13 (June 11th)
Instructional Lecture 80
8:30∼9:30
Chairperson/Futoshi Wada
Robotic assessments of the upper limb function
................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Keio University School of Medicine, Japan Yohei Otaka.… S366
Combined Symposium 12
9:40∼11:40
Chairpersons/Toyoko Asami・Koshiro Sawada
(The Japanese Society of Prosthetics and Orthotics Combined Program)
Capabilities of Prosthetist and Orthotist for Locomotion Activities in Stroke Patients
1.Precise assist control of Gait Exercise Assist Robot
........................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University, Japan
.
Satoshi Hirano… S367
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2.The role of physical therapist to improve the gait function in individuals after stroke.
.................................... Department of Human Health Sciences, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan Koji Ohata.… S367
3.PO’s approach to the improvement of mobility capability in stroke case.
................................................... TOKUDA Prosthetics and Orthotics Co., Ltd., Japan Kazuhiko Tokuda.… S368
4.Approach method as the engineer for locomotiveness improvement of the cerebrovascular person
............... Section of Physical and Behavioral Support System Center for Comprehensive Community Medicine,
Faculty of Medicine, Saga University, Saga, Japan Kiyomi Matsuo.… S369
Luncheon Seminar 31
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Toshiki Mizuno
The Future and Status Quo of Botulinum Toxin Therapy for Spasticity in the World
.......................................... Department of Neurology, Tokushima University, Tokushima, Japan Ryuji Kaji.… S370
Room 14 (June 11th)
Panel Discussion
Basic Research in Rehabilitation
8:30∼9:30 ― Chairpersons/Naoto Saito・Yoshihiro Nishida
3-14-P1-1 Use of swimming test for evaluating spasticity after contusive spinal cord injury
..................................Center for Sports Science and Health Promotion, National Rehabilitation Center for
Persons with Disabilities, Saitama, Japan Toru Ogata
3-14-P1-2 Cardiovascular physiological changes in scuba diving -Analysis of a disabled male suffered from TBI ......... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, School of Medicine, Teikyo University, Tokyo, Japan Takashi Isaji
3-14-P1-3 Effects of chronic exercise on renal dysfunction in the rats with polycystic kidney
.......................................Department of Internal Medicine and Rehabilitation Science, Tohoku University
Graduate School of Medicine, Sendai, Japan Takahiro Miura
3-14-P1-4 The mechanism of plasminogen activating system during muscle fiber regeneration
................................................... Department of Neurology, Wakayama Medical University, Japan Kenya Murata
3-14-P1-5 Evaluation for Hemodynamics of Peripheral Entrapment Neuropathy by ICG Fluorescence
......................... Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Osaka City University Graduate School of Medicine,
Osaka, Japan Mitsuhiro Okada
3-14-P1-6 Dynamic lower limb alignment in patients with anterior cruciate ligament re-injury
....................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Hirosaki University Graduate School of Medicine,
Hirosaki, Japan Eiichi Tsuda
Rehabilitation for Musculoskeletal Tumor and Bone Metastasis
9:40∼10:40 ――――― Chairpersons/Etsuji Shiota・Kazunori Yone
3-14-P2-1 Post-operative pulmonary and shoulder function after sternal reconstruction for chest wall sarcomas
.................................. Departmento of Orthopaedic Surgery, Rehabilitation Medicine, Nagoya University,
Nagoya, Japan Yoshihiro Nishida
3-14-P2-2 Postoperative outcomes in patients of pelvic bone sarcoma
........... Department of Orthopaedics Graduate School of Medical Science Kyoto Prefectural University Of
Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Ryu Terauchi
3-14-P2-3 The Rehabilitation for the Bone Metastasis in our Hospital
................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan Ryosuke Ikeguchi
3-14-P2-4 Management for cancer patients with metastases of the long bones and the spine
..........................................Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Nara Medical University, Nara, Japan Akira Kido
3-14-P2-5 Management of the patients with bone metastasis under bone metastasis cancer board
................................Division of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kobe University Hospital, Kobe, Japan Sakai Yoshitada
3-14-P2-6 Current status and issues of the bone metastasis conference in Osaka Medical Collage Hospital.
..................... Department of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, Division of Comprehensive Medicine,
Osaka Medical College, Osaka, Japan Masao Tomioka
rTMS and Rehabilitation
10:50∼11:50―――― Chairpersons/Satoshi Katai・Wataru Kakuda
3-14-P3-1 Efficacy of rTMS and rehabilitation in walk of Parkinson’s disease patients
............................................................................................ Fukuoka Mirai Hospital, Japan Masanori Takahashi
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3-14-P3-2 Change of Somatosensory Evoked Potential after Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
......................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The Jikei University School of Medicine,
Tokyo, Japan Toru Takekawa
3-14-P3-3 A pilot study of therapeutic rTMS for the patients with chronic fatigue syndrome
......................................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The Jikei University School of Medicine,
Tokyo, Japan Wataru Kakuda
3-14-P3-4 Effect of 10Hz-repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on patients with post stroke pain
...................... Division of Neurosurgery, Yanagawa Rehabilitation Hospital, Yanagawa, Japan Norihiro Muraoka
3-14-P3-5 The effect of combination therapy (BTX, orthosis, rTMS and OT (in post-stroke outpatients
............................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Saga University, Saga, Japan Yusuke Nanri
3-14-P3-6 High-frequency rTMS on mPFC and dACC for stroke patients in recovery phase: a case series
............................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, International University of Health and Welfare,
Shizuoka, Japan Nobuyuki Sasaki
Rehabilitation of Higher Brain Dysfunction
13:20∼14:20―――――Chairpersons/Fumitada Hattori・Etsuro Mori
3-14-P4-1 Comparison and correlation between Acute stage Aphasia Screening Test and SLTA.
................... Department of Neurology, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University
of Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Masaki Kondo
3-14-P4-2 Relationship between Quality of Life after Traumatic Brain Injury;QOLIBRI-J and CIQ
.............. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, International University of Health and Welfare Hospital,
Nasushiobara, Japan Kikuo Ota
3-14-P4-3 Aphasia caused by left putaminal hemorrhage on the Rehabilitation ward
............................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine II, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University,
Tsu, Japan Shinichiro Maeshima
3-14-P4-4 Cognitive function of Stroke patients assessed using MoCA
.....................................Fujita Health University Nanakuri Memorial Hospital, Tsu, Mie, Japan Tetsuya Tsunoda
3-14-P4-5 Research of cognitive dysfunction patients with pediatric brain disorders
................................ Toyama Rehablitation Support Center of Brain-dysfunction, Toyama, Japan Tadao Nomura
3-14-P4-6 Enhancement of support for higher brain dysfunction and young dementia through community education
.......................................... Rehabilitation center, Shiga Medical Center for Adult, Shiga, Japan Juichi Kawakami
Rehabilitation in the Community
14:30∼15:30 ―― Chairpersons/Kiyoshi Takamuku・Hideto Okazaki
3-14-P5-1 Questionnaire Survey of Therapists and Allied Professionals on Home-based Rehabilitation Service
.......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokushima University Hospital, Japan Shinsuke Katoh
3-14-P5-2 Factors involved in global life satisfaction of older people.
.............. Department of Physical Therapy, University of Tokyo Health Sciences, Tokyo, Japan Satoshi Sugimoto
3-14-P5-3 In south area of Hanshin the problem indicated by path of regional alliances for stroke
....... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Nishinomiya Kyoritsu Rehabilitation Hospital, Nishinomiya,
Hyogo, Japan Masashi Katsutani
3-14-P5-4 Development of risk score for the prediction of functional decline: JAGES project
................................... Center for Preventive Medical Sciences, Chiba University, Chiba, Japan Katsunori Kondo
3-14-P5-5 Significance and Efficacy of Home Exercises for the elderly
........................................ Department of Rehabolitation Medicine, Kurihara Central Hospital, Japan Kenji Ishida
3-14-P5-6 An actual condition survey of conventional treatment of low back pain
............................................................... Spine Center, Ehime University Hospital, Ehime, Japan Tadanori Ogata
Rehabilitation for Locomotive Organs
15:40∼16:40―― Chairpersons/Akitaka Ueyoshi・Ryosuke Ikeguchi
3-14-P6-1 The effect of knee position on peak Flow of the popliteal vein during the ankle movement
..........Departmant of Rehabilitation Medicine, Otowa Rehabilitation Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Madoka Kanematsu
3-14-P6-2 The operation of the second for ASD with scoliosis of 30 degrees or more using XLIF and PPS
........................ Spine Surgery and Related Research Center, Nantan General Hospital, Kyoto, Japan Taku Ogura
3-14-P6-3 Muscle strength measurement on the bed by the leg muscle measuring instrument
............... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokyo Women’s Medical University, Tokyo, Japan Tetsuo Ikai
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3-14-P6-4 Sprots activity after total hip arthroplatsty
.......... Department of Orthopaedics, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University of
Medicine, Japan Keiichiro Ueshima
3-14-P6-5 Commparison of Prognosis between Solitude and Non-solitude in Proximal Femoral Fracture
.................... Departmennt of Rehabilitation, Shinshu University Hospital, Matsumoto, Japan Michinobu Maeda
3-14-P6-6 Clinical classification based on static varus alignment and varus thrust in knee osteoarthritis
............... Department of Physical Therapy, Human Health Sciences, Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto
University, Kyoto, Japan Tomoki Aoyama
Room 15 (June 11th)
Oral Presentation
Orthotics 1
8:30∼9:30 ―――― Chairperson/Kenichi Kawaguchi
3-15-1-1
The Effect on Gait of the Elastic Hip Orthosis with the Extension Assistance Band
...................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Kumamoto University Hospital, Kumamoto, Japan
Wakana Togami-Tomiguchi
3-15-1-2
KS pulley - A new therapeutic shoulder orthosis to the shoulder joint disorder
...... Division of Cerebrovascular Disease and Acute Coronary Syndrome, Kumamoto University Hospital,
Kumamoto, Japan Miki Ohgushi
3-15-1-3
The Gait Program Combined Orthosis Therapy with Gait Judge Sytem for the Patients with Stroke
.................................NeuroRehabilitation research Institute, Morinomiya Hospital, Osaka, Japan Hajime Yagura
3-15-1-4
Postoperative Exercises of Neglected Congenital Muscular Torticollis with Rugby Helmet Brace
........................................... Department of Orthopaedics, Midorigaoka Hospital, Osaka, Japan Naotake Yamada
3-15-1-5
The current state of the long leg brace method of treatment in Severe Stroke Patients
....................................................... Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Center, Takekawa Hospital, Japan Masaharu Sakoh
3-15-1-6
The Results of Hip Dislocation Protector on Bipolar Hip Arthroplasty or Total Hip Arthroplasty
...................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Matsubara Tokusyukai Hospital, Osaka, Japan Keiji Iwasaki
3-15-1-7
Effect of Motor assist glove (The SEM Glove)on finger dysfunction
........................Division of Rehabilitation, Kurume University Hospital, Kurume, Fukuoka, Japan Ryuki Hashida
Musculoskeletal Disorder (case reports)
9:40∼10:40 ――――――――――Chairperson/Junji Ide
3-15-2-1
Evaluation of recovery process with the quadriceps extensive resection for thigh soft tissue sarcoma
...........................................Sasayama Medicine Center, Hyogo College of Medicine, Hyogo, Japan Shotaro Tsuji
3-15-2-2
Long-term results after limb salvage surgery for osteosarcoma of the femur in a 7-year-old patient
................ Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kanmon Medical Center, National Hospital Organization,
Shimonoseki, Japan Koichiro Ihara
3-15-2-3
treatment case of the patients who left culf gangrene was caused by bicycle steering wheel injury,
................................................................. Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Fukuoka, Japan Tojiro Yanagi
3-15-2-4
Printed 3D model assists surgical planning of the chondrosarcoma of the scapula: A case report.
........................................... Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Shinshu University School of Medicine,
Matsumoto, Japan Masanori Okamoto
3-15-2-5
Volkmann’s Contracture Treated with Tendon Transfer and Tension Reduced Early Mobilization
............................................. Depertment of Orthopedic SurgeryKagawa University, Faculty of Medicine,
Kagawa, Japan Sachiko Tobiume
3-15-2-6
Ray amputation for tumor of the hand and foot
.................... Department of Orthopaedic surgery, Bell Land General Hospital, Osaka, Japan Shigeyuki Kuratsu
3-15-2-7
The efficacy of digitolateral flap and intensive rehabilitation for Dupuytren’s contracture.
............................................Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Kagawa University School of Medicine,
Kagawa, Japan Konosuke Yamaguchi
3-15-2-8
Long-term follow-up of a reconstruction using second toe joint graft for hypoplastic thumb(Blauth 3)
.............................................................. Orthopaedics, Tango central hospital, Kyotango, Japan Madoka Iwasaki
Bone Metastasis
10:50∼11:50―――― Chairperson/Toshiyuki Nakazawa
3-15-3-1
A Clinical Study of Rehabilitation in our hospital for patients with Bone metastasis
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan Yujiro Oyama
―S128―
3-15-3-2
Quality of life in patients with bone metastases.
..........Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, The university of tokyo hospital, Tokyo, Japan Futaba Yoshikawa
3-15-3-3
Comparison of QOL between Conservative Treatment and Surgery for Pathological Humeral Fracture
.............. Department of Physical Therapy of Rehabilitation, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan Hideshi Sugiura
3-15-3-4
Rehabilitation for the patients with pelvic metastases
........... Departmant of Rehabilitation Medicine, The University of Tokyo Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Yusuke Shinoda
3-15-3-5
The System of Cancer Rehabilitation at Japanese Red Cross Kumamoto Hospital
........................ Department of International Medical Relief, Orthopedics Japanese Red Cross Kumamoto
Hospital, Japan Hiroshi Hosokawa
3-15-3-6
Surgical Treatment and Postoperative Walking Ability of Femoral Pathological Fracture
........................................................................................ Aichi Cancer Center Hospital, Japan Masahiro Yoshida
3-15-3-7
Association of bone metastic burden on activities of daily living in patient with lung cancer
..... Department of Rehabilitation, National Orgnization Hospital Tokyo National Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Ikuno Ito
3-15-3-8
Operation and Comformal Radiotherapy of symptomatic brainspinal metastases for functional recovery
.................................................. Department of Neurosurgery, Chiba Tokushukai Hospital, Japan Ataru Fukuda
Peripheral Nerve 13:20∼14:20―――――――Chairperson/Shingo Nobuta
3-15-4-1
A case of tibial and common peroneal nerve palsy of presumed of the anomaly of siciatic nerve tract.
.................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Miyako Hospital, Okinawa, Japan Eiji Motonaga
3-15-4-2
Innovative Treatment for POEMS Syndrome and Functional Recovery:2 case reports
............... Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Yokohama City University, Japan Fujiko Sakuma
3-15-4-3
Use of the current perception threthold test for evaluation of severe carpal tunnel syndrome
.......... Department of Orthopaedics, Graduate School of Medical Science, Kyoto Prefectural University of
Medicine, Kyoto, Japan Toshihiro Hosokawa
3-15-4-4
Sensory conduction study of superficial peroneal nerve using ultrasound-guided near nerve technique.
......................................... Department of rehabilitation medicine, Osaka medical college, Japan Haruki Nakano
3-15-4-5
Evaluation of thenar muscle in severe carpal tunnel syndrome by MRI image
................................ Orthopaedic Surgery, North Alps Medical Center Azumi Hospital, Japan Koichi Nakamura
3-15-4-6
Diagnosis of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Using Nerve Conduction Studies and Ultrasonography
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Toranomon Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Kenichi Nakamichi
3-15-4-7
Scoring for Diagnosis of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Using Nerve Conduction Studies and Ultrasonography
......................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Toranomon Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Kenichi Nakamichi
New Therapeutic Apparatus
14:30∼15:30――――――― Chairperson/Mikio Sumida
3-15-5-1
Functional improvement therapy using single-joint HAL for a patient with chronic spinal cord injury
..............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Tsukuba Hospital, Ibaraki, Japan Yukiyo Shimizu
3-15-5-2
The effects of pedaling exercise with functional electrical stimulation in subacute storoke patient
..................................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Tokai University, Tokyo, Japan Hidenori Kanke
3-15-5-3
Assessment with the desk rehabilitation robot for the treatment of the stroke paralysis arms
......................... Department of Orthopedics, graduate school of Akita University, Akita, Japan Takashi Mizutani
3-15-5-4
Study of rehabilitation using NESS H200 for upper limb motor dysfunction
..............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, IMS Sapporo Intaernalmedicine Rehabilitation Hospital,
Sapporo, Japan Tomohide Shirasaka
3-15-5-5
NEURO treatment for brain injury patients of our hospital
............................... Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Ishikawa Hospital, Hyogo, Japan Youichi Teramoto
3-15-5-6
Effectiveness of dual muscle electrical stimulation to upper limb paresis for chronic stroke.
.......................................................................... Inobe Hospital, Rehabilitation Centre, Oita, Japan Jun-Ichi Inobe
3-15-5-7
A pilot multicenter study of WalkAide in patients with chronic hemiplegic stroke.
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, University of Occupational and Environmental Health,
Fukuoka, Japan Mitsuhiro Ochi
3-15-5-8
Effectiveness of HANDS Therapy in outpatients with chronic stroke
...................................... Department Of Rehabilitation Medicine, University, Kanagawa, Japan Michi Tochikura
Orthotics 2
15:40∼16:40――――――― Chairperson/Shinichi Ikeda
3-15-6-1
Rehabilitation for the walk disorder with skin ulcers which occurred for purpura fulminans
..................................................... Department of Rehabilitation, Ebara Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Megumi Nomura
3-15-6-2
Dynamic splints for the pronation-spination contracture.
.....................................Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Iwate Medical University, Iwate, Japan Kotaro Sato
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3-15-6-3
Rehabilitation of post-Total Hip Arthroplasty inpatient with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease:case report
..............................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine University of Occupational and Environmental
Health, Japan Kanae Sugimoto
3-15-6-4
A Case of Guillain-Barre syndrome with Finger Extension Contracture treated by Orthosis
................ Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Sasayama Medical Center Hyogo College of Medicine,
Hyogo, Japan Rie Hatomoto
3-15-6-5
A Case with Involuntary Movement Inhibited by Orthosis
........................ Departement of Orthopaedics, JCHO Tokyo Shinjuku Medical Center, Tokyo, Japan Yumi Kawai
3-15-6-6
Two Cases Trained with Ankle-foot Orthosis for Sever Hemiparesis after Stroke
...............Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Health Coop, Watari Hospital, Fukushima, Japan Takeshi Sato
3-15-6-7
Dynamic Spinal Brace for neuromuscular diseases assessed by T1 pelvic Angle: case series.
....................................................... National Center Hospital of Neurology and Psychology, Japan Ayano Matsui
Room 16 (June 11th)
Instructional Lecture 81
8:30∼9:30
Chairperson/Kiyofumi Ohi
(Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward Association Combined Program)
Stroke Rehabilitation in Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward
...................................... Neurorehabilitation Research Institute, Morinomiya Hospital, Japan Ichiro Miyai.… S371
Instructional Lecture 82
9:40∼10:40
Chairperson/Shigeki Hashimoto
(Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward Association Combined Program)
Future Challenges facing Kaihukuki Rehabilitation Wards and Referral system for Spinal Cord
Injury .............................................................. Kokura Rehabilitation Hospital, Kitakyusyu, Japan Shigeo Oono.… S372
Instructional Lecture 83
10:50∼11:50
Chairperson/Yasumitsu Ukai
(Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward Association Combined Program)
Challenges of the Kaifukuki rehabilitation ward in acute care hospital
................... Department of Rehabilitation, Kariya TOYOTA General Hospital, Aichi, Japan Kazuyo Oguchi.… S373
Luncheon Seminar 32
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Masaaki Mawatari
1.In vivo kinematics of total knee arthroplasty
............ Department of Orthopaedic Biomaterial Science, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan
.
Tetsuya Tomita… S374
2.Rehabilitation after total knee arthroplasty
.............................. Department of Rehabilitation Kansai Medical Hospital, Osaka, Japan Naruhiko Nakae.… S374
Instructional Lecture 84
13:20∼14:20
Chairperson/Kiyohito Kakita
(Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward Association Combined Program)
Management of spasticity on kaifukuki rehabilitaion ward
......................................................... Hatsudai Rehabilitaion Hospital, Tokyo, Japan Hidekazu Sugawara.… S375
Instructional Lecture 85
14:30∼15:30
Chairperson/Satoshi Sumita
(Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward Association Combined Program)
1.Understanding and management of higher brain dysfunction
......................................Nishi-Hiroshima Rehabilitation Hospital, Hiroshima, Japan Takatsugu Okamoto.… S376
2.Social resources for higher brain dysfunction
........................................... Department of Social Works, Morinomiya Hospital, Osaka, Japan Yukiyo Fujii.… S376
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Instructional Lecture 86
15:40∼16:40
Chairperson/Masaaki Fujita
(Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Ward Association Combined Program)
Risk management in Kaifukuki Rehabilitation Wards
........................................................... Kumamoto Kinoh Hospital, Kumamoto, Japan Susumu Watanabe.… S377
Room 17 (June 11th)
Infection Control
8:30∼9:30
Chairperson/Katsunori Yoshinaga
Infection Prevention and Control Measures essential for Rehabilitation
................Department of Infection Control and Laboratory Medicine, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine,
.
Kyoto, Japan Naohisa Fujita… S378
Medical Ethics
9:40∼10:40
Chairperson/Motoyuki Horii
Ethical Considerations under Humanitarian Crisis: Power in Beneficiaries and Aid Providers
........ Department of Nursing, Nursing Science of Community Health Care System, Tohoku University School of
Health Sciences, Miyagi, Japan Nahoko Harada.… S379
Patient Safety
10:50∼11:50
Chairperson/Kazuomi Sugamoto
Non-technical skills for health care professions to improve team performance and patient safety
....... Department of Clinical Quality Management, Osaka University Hospital, Suita, Japan Kazue Nakajima.… S380
Luncheon Seminar 33
12:10∼13:10
Chairperson/Hideo Matsumoto
Management of the low back pain and athletic rehabilitation for athletes
.................................................. Department of Orthopedics, Tokushima University, Japan Koichi Sairyo.… S381
Seminar for Attending 1
13:20∼14:20
Chairperson/Megumi Shimodozono
How to write a medical article
...................Department of Rehabilitation Medicine I, School of Medicine, Fujita Health University, Aichi, Japan
.
Hitoshi Kagaya… S382
Seminar for Attending 2
14:30∼15:30
Chairperson/Nobuhiko Haga
Medical education and Residency program in Orthopaedic Surgery
...... Department of Orthopaedic and Spinal surgery, School of Medical and Dental Sciences, Tokyo Medical and
Dental University, Tokyo, Japan Atsushi Okawa.… S383
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