Iíve been living in Tsukuba for about six months, teaching English. Teaching is great, but I have to drive a lot. About a month ago, I started getting headaches after the longer drives. Ibuprofen helped but it was becoming a habit.
A couple of weeks ago, I met Ken, an English speaking chiropractor. He said the headaches were from tension in my shoulders caused by stress. Kenís friendly personality put me at ease and after the second treatment, the headaches stopped. After the fourth visit, the tension in my shoulders was gone.
Kenís clinic is in a small shopping center (with parking) in Takezono, not far from Seibu. The address is Takezono 2-6-1. I couldnít find it but Ken was more than happy to meet me at Seibu and show me the way. Appointments can be made by calling 090-4378-9342 or online at aoyagiken[AT]hotmail.com.
Before coming to Japan a year ago, I played Rugby League and was physically fit. Here in Japan, I had to forego Rugby to concentrate on my studies at Tsukuba University. However, 6 months on, I've been having persistent back ache which I suspect was kind of an after effect of fatigue from body contact collision in rugby which has been bothering me for a while.
Thankfully, 4 weeks ago, I met Mr Ken Aoyagi, a chiropractor. I attended his clinic only 4 times and to my amazement, the ache has vanished and I am feeling a lot better now. Ken is such a gifted Chiropractor, his body therapy techniques can really mesmerise and rejuvenate sore and torn bodies. Highly recommended!
Ken is Japanese, but the beauty is he speaks fluent English as he lived in New York for 4 years. His ever kind and polite personality is comforting from the start. Ken's clinic is located at Takezono 2-6-1, 10 minute's walk from Tsukuba Centre/Station. For an appointment, his contact number is 090-4378-9342.
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