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Outpatient Rehabilitation Center of Midori Meisei Clinic


We provide comprehensive individualized rehabilitation that adapts to the disability and physical condition of the customer.

Our primary goals are restitution and sustenance of function and to maximize the elderly person's potential for participation in social, leisure, or everyday life activities by providing treatment promoting self-reliance through physical therapy and other similar rehabilitation.

Course of the Day

Established May 2, 2007
Days Open Monday-Friday
Business Hours 9:15 AM-12:15 AM
13:30 PM-16:30PM

20 (morning)

20 (afternoon)
Rates Depends on the care levels.  additional charges: snacks

 Daily Service Flow  

3 ~ 4 Hour-Pattern

1 ~ 2 Hour-Pattern

Service Outline


We pick you up at your home.
We provide assistive device such as wheelchair to suit your needs.

Health Check

We check blood pressure and pulse rate based on your health conditions. We also offer health consultations when required.

Bathing Service

We provide safe bathing services while supporting you in your bathing and dressing movement training. By modifying physical conditions, we also offer movement training exercises inside a home-type tub built in our rehabilitation center.


We develop a treatment plan for determining the appropriate course of treatment. We also introduce an individualized rehabilitation by the therapist, group rehabilitation by the clinicians, and home training program that can be done safely.

Occupational Therapy

We offer therapy and treatment programs such as: pegboards and rolled paper picture making, brain-stimulating activity programs, and baking activities for movement training purposes.


To test the rehabilitation results, we organize outdoor activities 4 times a year. This is also for refreshment or diversion purposes. Out of the activities, we conduct 1 day overnight trip wherein many of our customers participate.

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