He spent his teenage time in Hokkaido, Japan. He took his first undergraduate degree at the University of Central Arkansas, United States, in 2003. Four years later, he finished his second undergraduate degree at the British School of Osteopathy (as known as University College of Osteopathy) in London, United Kingdom, where he became a registered osteopath in the U.K.
In 2008, he started working at the practice Dr. Med. Erik Vonhof in Munich, Germany. In 2015, He finished a master degree in pediatric osteopathy at Osteopathie Schule Deutschland, Hamburg, Germany. Not only is he passionate to care for babies and children, but also for athletes, who suffer from sports injuries. For more than a decade, he has successfully treated amateur and professional footballers in different levels of football clubs in Germany. In 2017 he was selected to be part of the physical therapies team in the London Para Athletic Championship. His wide-ranging treating experience is transferable to his practice today.
He speaks Japanese, Hokkaido dialect, English and German. His hobbies are playing and watching soccer, traveling and meditation.
|1997||Hokkaido Ashoro High School|
|Graduate diploma in Shintai-Kinsei-Hou (a type of a manual therapy)|
|2003||University of Central Arkansas(the U.S.) BSc. in biology|
|2007||British School of Osteopathy (the U.K. ) B. Ost|
|Registered Osteopath in the U.K. (General Osteopathic Council)|
|2013||Co-founder and translator for Osteopathic Sportscare Association Japan|
|2014||Osteopathie Schule Deutschland (Germany) MSc. in Paediatric Osteopathy|
|2016||FC Augusburg U12 Team Osteopath|
|2017||Official osteopath for the London World Para athletic Championship|
|Team Osteopath at the FT Gern football club, Munich, Germany (until today)|