Mr. Nydes Ishiwatari - Physiotherapist / Physical Therapist

Starting Physiotherapy in Japan is exciting and a blessing for me, because I enjoy helping children to grow up healthily and to experience the best possible future. My dream is to see your child happy in his/her life, and I'm here to facilitate that.

Available to see and evaluate the child, and create and implement a comprehensive rehabilitation program.  is offered at the infants' / child's and adult home within the Tokyo, Yokohama and Saitama area.

Over 10 years experience, primarily in pediatric  physiotherapy, treating infants and children:

 - Neurology: 
Tetraplegia; Diplegia; Hemiplegia; Paraplegia; Spina bifida;  Cerebral palsy; Ataxia and more.

 - Orthopedic
Arthrogryposis (pre & post operative); Scoliosis (C, S deviation); Kyphosis (Upper & Lower spine); Tight (trunk, spine) muscles; Rehabilitation postoperative after fractures (Upper and Lower members); Hypotonic muscles, Gait/Walk dysfunction and more.

 - Early development (specialising in Motor Delay for children lower or upper than 1 year old): Gross Motor & Fine Motor.

Using multiple method techniques as: Bobath, NDT, KabatSchroth, HELP program along with Sensorial integration combining with Regulation of EmotionAlso, using licensed PT professional software and GMFM score testing.

Developing my own technique: Functional Therapy

I also have extensive experience working with Autistic and Down Syndrome children.

Here some websites where I got my  work experience:








Most (99,9%) of PT jobs I had in the passed I always left doors open, because my work it was done as patient improved more than coworkers and parents expected. I’m giving a common text from my ex-coworkers and parents ”You reached the top level of your professional skills. Is not what they believe is what they see on patient has reached after my rehabilitation plan”. Which I found strange at that time, but true on patients skills.
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Registered with:
- Ministry of Health, Romania, No. 43
Federation & Association of Physiotherapy, Romania, No. 216, which is full member of:
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I'm still living in Japan!!!
Opening Hours
                • Monday - 08:00 - 20:00
                • Tuesday - 08:00 - 20:00
                • Wednesday - 08:00 - 20:00
                • Thursday - 08:00 - 20:00
                • Friday - 08:00 - 20:00
                • Saturday - 08:00 - 20:00
                • Sunday - 08:00 - 20:00
Depend of number of therapy sessions
NOTEThe prices can be negotiable when the therapy is passing over 6 months and is 2 or more PT sessions per week.


He feel cared for and has the experience to make better changes in her life

posted Jan 29, 2017, 6:27 PM by Nydes Ishiwatari

My husband and I were looking for a therapist in Japan for my friend’s child. She has a severe autism. She doesn’t speak and make eye contact at all. Also, because of her childhood, she has an attachment disorder. So she has very hard time to communicate with others. She only speaks English language, so it was difficult to find one. 

Meeting Nydes is one of the best thing we ever did for her. He is helping her to work through everything and to discover herself. At first, she couldn’t control herself, often has a lot of meltdown. However, after she had several sessions with Nydes, she became calm and statable little by little. When we say his name “Nydes”, she even looks at us now. She finally found someone she can trust, someone makes her feel cared for and has the experience to help her make changes for the better in her life. 

He is very patient, has a great heart, and always cares about children. My friend’s child, she started to try to communicate with him now, and she is always looking forward to see him.

We believe that seeing Nydes enables her to move forward and embrace a much more positive and great future. We really appreciate everything he’s done to help her, and we hope she can keep seeing Nydes. 

Sally

I highly recommend his services and approach

posted Jan 9, 2017, 12:29 AM by Nydes Ishiwatari

I found Nydes through this website - (http://blog.expatilt.com/home/2016/8/4/interview-with-nydes-ishiwatari-physiotherapist-in-japan) and contacted him about a futon-related back problem that I developed after moving to Japan. He came to our house in Yokohama and devised a comprehensive set of strengthening and stretching exercises, which have really helped with the pain. Thanks Nydes! I highly recommend his services and approach.


Joel

A Physiotherapist with soft and amazing skills for children!!!

posted Oct 3, 2016, 7:25 PM by Nydes Ishiwatari   [ updated Oct 5, 2016, 12:31 AM ]

Hi, I'm mother of 3 years and 2 months girl, which in March 2015 got very sick with cardiopulmonary arrest with other many complications. After this happened, my daughter remain with in vegetative status with gastronomy and sever tetra-pareses. Until her 2 years old, she was ordinary child with normal motor development and IQ, also.

When my daughter came out from the hospital treatment, we tried very hard to find a Physiotherapist (PT) for her, but we couldn't find the best, until we met Mr. Nydes Ishiwatari June 2015, which was showing strong experience working with this kind cases and special with children. Which our daughter became attached with him and exercises from the first PT session.

He his really soft and emotional with carefulness on rehabilitation plan, which really fit on her needs. As her parents, we quick noticed our daughter is in safely on really professional hands for her better rehabilitation. And we noticed a little bit improvement on her non-verbal communication and easy reducing her spasticity.

Unfortunately, this period of his PT experience was short (until September 2015), has he came for few months back to home country Romania. We benefit during his rehabilitation plan on our daughter and taught us how to continue at home the exercises in safe way to maintain continuity on her rehabilitation time.

We felt very very sad, when he left the country to settle down in Japan with his family. But, we still touch and he always try from distance to help us with advice and communicate with our new PT.

We really wish him the best of the best, because his wonderful man with big value on his PT skills.

Our suggestions for other parents, don't give up on his PT skills. He is what you wish to get and you'll not have really experience to feel a kind person and PT skills which try his best to teach the parents to stay optimist and share his skills to all parents to keep the continuity after his PT session. We saw this experience, also on other children, which he was working on their rehabilitation with their parents along therapy.

We had really that experience and we want him to continue to help us even from distance and open mind for other parents to discover his PT professional skills

We really hoping, our feedback will help other children are in needs and can benefit a new chance for independent life.

We Thank You Very Much for reading our honest feedback for his PT skills.

Lidia (Mother) Radu (Father)

His practical skills so necessary in the recovery of children with disabilities

posted Sep 30, 2015, 8:08 PM by Nydes Ishiwatari   [ updated Jul 5, 2016, 5:35 AM ]

Mr. Nydes Ishiwatari a Physiotherapist / Physical Therapist he worked  421 hours in 2015 as volunteer at our Rehabilitation Community Centre for Children and Adults with specific part of activities on beneficiaries of the center following the objectives formulated by experts in specific intervention plans. Example of his work, from sever cases "Intensive Therapy to difficulties Delay Motor".

He worked closely with them, sharing with them information often from personal experience. Also, it has provided various specialized materials for documentation and improving the activities undertaken.
 
He was concerned about the diversification of activities, developing therapies in the form of more attractive and enjoyable games beneficiary children demonstrating creativity, a good structure, organization of working time and space.
 
For Mr. Nydes I. was not a problem any language barrier in tasks given that some beneficiaries have different mother tongue since sought the help carers or simply use non-verbal language. Also we consider Mr. Nydes I. emotional skills they have highlighted the intervention with children with disabilities.

In the activities it has carried Mr. Nydes I. showed appropriate behavior both in relation to fellow-center employees and beneficiaries and caregivers of children. Throughout the volunteering demonstrated punctuality, reliability, respect, kept impeccable sound knowledge and practical skills so necessary in the recovery of children with disabilities.

Types of diagnosis with the volunteer performed Physiotherapy / Physical Therapy intervention:
1. Cerebral Palsy
2. Down Syndrome
3. Spastic Quadriplegia
4. Ataxia
5. Spastic Dysplasia
6. Autism (early to middle intervention)

With mention that the work was conducted in two our Centers for Children at the complex (Day center / Recovery for children with autism and Rehabilitation Center for children with physical disabilities / physically and mentally) with patients aged between 0-16 years.

The therapist is so good

posted Aug 9, 2015, 2:55 PM by Nydes Ishiwatari   [ updated Oct 14, 2015, 8:36 PM ]

I wanted to say again, thank you so much. The therapist is so good and he worked hard (2014) on our son 3 years old which is diagnosed autistic and we saw great progress after 3 months working on our son's gross motor skills. Now is connected emotional with his little brother and his little sister. 

Now our son welcome us, when we are back home. Which before his great work, my son didn't interact / connect with any of us. Thank you again for your hard work and wish you great success with your great gift work on children!!!

Khalid Alajmi & Mishaael

He's every bit the physiotherapist you would wish for a child

posted Jul 5, 2015, 10:19 AM by Nydes Ishiwatari   [ updated Oct 3, 2016, 7:28 PM ]

I met Nydes in the spring of 2015 while trying to find help for my son, who had at the time a pronounced tilted pelvis, kyphotic posture, and tight chest muscles. Nydes stepped in, and he's every bit the physiotherapist you would wish for a child. 

He's very gentle and patient, yet our son looks up to him, and tries to impress him with his progress. He is also very passionate about his work, and we could instantly feel his commitment to helping our child. 

Every therapy has being very instructive for us as parents, and after a short while we could notice a the change in our son. One seldom finds someone so devoted to helping others, and who can with such ease make what could otherwise be a taxing time, a relaxing and yet productive one. I would undoubtedly recommend him to other parents. 

Mariuska Pochabova

An excellent Physiotherapist

posted Jan 15, 2015, 1:45 AM by Nydes Ishiwatari   [ updated Jul 5, 2016, 5:37 AM ]

Nydes has contributed greatly to FARA’s programs in Romania. I have personally known him for fifteen years as he helped as a volunteer on many occasions in our therapy centres in Romania.

Nydes’s experience and skills in working with children with developmental delay some with Autism, are very professional. His attitude and manner with children is exceptional and I would recommend Nydes without reservation as an excellent Physiotherapist and a very trustworthy and honest person.

I wish him well in his future career. 

Please don't hesitate to contact me for more feedback about his great professional work.

Jane Nicholson, Chairman of FARA

www.faracharity.org    

Amazing Physio work!!!

posted Jan 10, 2015, 1:41 PM by Nydes Ishiwatari   [ updated Jul 5, 2016, 5:39 AM ]

I met Nydes in the summer of 2006 when he came to England to provide care for a child with arthrogryposis congenital multiplex (AMC) who was severely disabled with all 4 limbs affected by his condition. At the time I met him, he was unable to walk. Operative procedures were performed to obtain plantigrade foot positions in order to facilitate walking. During the pre and peri-operative period, Nydes provided significant care for the child during what was a traumatic time for him.

Most importantly in the post operative and later rehabilitation phases of the child’s treatment, Nydes was instrumental in helping us achieve a good outcome for the patient. Nydes worked alongside our physiotherapist at Great Ormond Street and did an excellent job of following the proscribed therapy regimes designed at maximizing function in both upper and lower limbs. He was actively involved in the splinting regime for all 4 limbs.

He showed great interest in and enthusiasm for the physiotherapy techniques that he was shown and demonstrated initiative in adapting them (when necessary) to enable the patient’s progress to be maintained over the 12 months after his surgery.

If any further information is required, please feel free to contact me. 

Deborah M Eastwood FRCS
Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon at 
Great Ormond St Hospital for ChildrenLondon, WC1N

Fantastic Physiotherapist with a great experience.

posted Jun 8, 2014, 1:17 AM by Nydes Ishiwatari   [ updated Jul 5, 2016, 5:40 AM ]

We first met Nydes through our charity, then called FRODO (now Humanitias) which we set up to help abandoned and disabled children in Romania and Albania. Nydes lived in our home over the summer to provide care and intensive physiotherapy to a 2 year old boy, Viorel, following his surgery at Great Ormond Street to correct a birth defect on his feet. 

Both we and the surgeons and staff at Great Ormond Street were incredibly impressed with Nydes's skill, professionalism and absolute determination to help this little boy to walk and recover. Nydes is patient, kind and has a natural gift with children. Physiotherapy, and helping children, is a true vocation for him.  

Over the ten years I have known Nydes, I have seen him help other children connected to our charity, both in Romania and in London.  He worked with Viorel for over a year from his original surgery and it is largely thanks to Nydes's work that Viorel can now walk, run, play football and lead a normal life.  But Viorel was just one of many. 

Nydes has worked with autistic children, and toddlers and babies with a wide range of disabilities, both physical and psychological. He has achieved excellent outcomes for all the children he has worked with for our organization.  He has also become very close to my own children and I would trust him with my life, and theirs.  

We feel very lucky to have met him, both professionally and now as a friend. I recommend Vasile without reservation or hesitation as a dedicated and talented physiotherapist, particularly skilled with children of all ages.

Charmin Founders: Robin & Tilly Nydes

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