September 2,2019 Update
Health and longevity are everyone's wish. People in Japan have the longest life expectancy in the world. Unfortunately, however, most men and women are unable to live an independent life during the last 10 years of their lives, and need the support and care by others.
The best strategy to avoid the deterioration of the quality of life in the future is not to get a disease. The second best is to minimize the disability by early detection and treatment, and to live a comfortable life with a disease.
Atherosclerosis, the major cause of heart attack and stroke which lead to death and disability, begins at around age 20, progresses for decades without any symptoms at all, and suddenly causes illness after middle age. It is also known that atherosclerosis and certain types of cancers such as colorectal and breast cancer have several risk factors and lifestyle habits in common. Therefore, it is a great idea to start regular check-up of your health condition and to improve your lifestyle when you are still young and apparently healthy, in order to live an independent life until the end of your days.
Ningen dock (the health evaluation and promotion program) will check you up for early detection of hidden diseases and risk factors that may lead to an illness in the future, and give you an advice to improve your lifestyle. Our aim is to help you to live a longer and healthier life.
The conditions where we would particularly recommend the exam (for the first time) are as below. We will tell you when to receive the subsequent exam, when we explain the Ningen dock results.
|[Basic fee] (2 days 1 night)||¥77,000|
|[Optional exam fees]|
|Ankle-brachial index/pulse wave velocity||¥2,500|
|Bone mineral density measurement||¥3,000|
|Head MRI and MRA||¥20,000|
|Disease name||(Number of cases)|
|Name||Job Title||Position||Specialized Field||Credentials|
|Professor||Chief of Clinical Services
Chief of Education
Chief of Research
|Board-nominated Health Care Physician
Fellow of the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine (FJSIM)
Fellow of the American College of Physicians (FACP)
Board certified by the Japanese Circulation Society
Board certified by the Japanese Society of Anti-aging Medicine
|Department of Health Promotion|