K-MAP Chiropractic and Sports Therapy

Sports injury specialist, ART and Graston provider, Soft tissue specialist

U.S. licensed Doctor of Chiropractic
ART (Active Release Technique) provider

Maximize Active Performance!

Welcome to KMAP Chiropractic and Sports Therapy! We integrate Chiropractic, Sports medicine, Soft tissue therapy and Personal training. We provide the most effective course of treatment including gentle and comfortable chiropractic adjustment and the most advanced soft tissue treatment such as ART and various kinds of IASTM (Instrument assisted soft tissue mobilization) for your individual muscle, joint, or nerve disorder to meet your unique health and fitness goal.

Dr. Kawai is originally from Nagoya city, Japan. He used to be a fitness trainer and chiropractic practitioner in Japan for about 5 years; however, his passion of pursuing Sports medicine and Chiropractic had him to step up as “Sports Doctor” in the United States. He has received doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic West in San Jose,CA and has accomplished numerous post graduate certification (below). He has worked at Janzen and Janzen Chiropractic (Chiropractor for UFC champions, professional/ top armature athletes, triathletes and Olympic medalists) in Campbell, CA after graduation to brush up his skill. During the time, he has also actively participated in many sports events such as World Masters Championship. He always says “I don't want to see any athletes who regret finishing their career due to injury.” In order to provide the most effective and advanced care, he has been continuing his study in Sports medicine and wellness care.


What is ART?

Active release technique

ART is a hands-on therapy that corrects muscular and softtissue problems which are caused by the formation of adhesive tissues that are laid down due to overuse or cumulative trauma/stress. Soft tissue injury can end your physical career because cumulative trauma and overuse of softtissue causes Repetitive Stress Injuries.
If soft tissue that is forced to perform the same job continuously, it becomes irritated and then inflamed. The body responds to inflammation by laying down scar tissue (adhesive tissue). Once this happens and isn’t corrected, this vicious cycle continues and worsens the condition. The longer this condition persists, the harder is to break this cycle.
ART provides a way to locate, diagnose, and treat the underlying causes of cumulative trauma disorders . ART could help these disorders result in symptoms of Numbness, Tingling, Burning and Aching.


Not only sports injuries!! We can help others!

Symptoms

Others


Providers

河合 智則

Tomonori Kawai D.C.,M.S., C.C.S.P.

  • Doctor of Chiropractic, Palmer graduate 2010
  • Master of Sports Science and Rehabilitation
  • International Chiropractic Sports Science Diplomate
  • California state licence No 31772
  • Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician
  • Certified A.R.T. (Active release technique) provider and Instructor
  • Certified Graston technique provider

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Service and Fee

Initial fee¥3,500
Reassessment fee (unvisited over 6 months)¥1,500
Advanced Session Treatment¥12,000
(45 to 60 min.) includes Chiropractic adjustment, Soft tissue treatment with Special technique, ART, Graston, etc.

*Tax included

*Credit Cards Accepted (Visa, Master and Amex)

※ U.S. citizen who have PPO plan insurance →
As Dr. Kawai is licenced chiropractor in California state, your payment may be able to be reimbursed to your insurance company.
Please contact your insurance company and check your policy for detail

Office hour

Akasaka office
Monday to Saturday AM 9:00 to PM 8:00 (appointment only)

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Park Toranomon Building 2F 2-13-14 Nishi Shimbashi, Minato, Tokyo 105-0003

Contact

Testimonial

Dr. Thomas Hyde

Former NHL Miami Dolphins official Doctor of Chiropractic, Official Olympic Doctor of Chiropractic


I highly recommend Dr. Tomonori from Japan. He has graduated from Palmer College of Chiropractic West where he was very active in the Student Sports Council. Dr. Tomonori goes by the name of Tomo.
During the last couple of years, we have spent much time together during my visits to Palmer West and at various seminars throughout the US and Canada. Tomo has chosen to follow his dream to become a sports chiropractor. He has been very active in the student sports council and has attended many other programs in an attempt to become the very best chiropractor treating athletes possible.
I find Tomo to be very bright, energetic, having a tremendous desire to learn and willing to seek the very best this profession and other professions have to offer him. He appears to be very moral, ethical and exhibits good work habits.