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The strangest of Japanese tradition

 

Japanese medicine in its modern form is a combination of high technology and traditional methods of folk medicine.

This approach by the physicians of the land of the Rising Sun called complex, and it is directed not at the treatment of particular diseases, and on search and elimination of failures in the human body. Modern followers of Hippocrates as well as their ancestors and believe that only a holistic diagnosis of the body will find out the true cause of the disease, after which you can start to treat it.

High technology

Robot surgeons are the future. But the pace of development of STP and the boldness of human thought convince us that it’s not mount Fuji. Today Japanese medicine has the most modern fleet of equipment, nanotechnology, and the first important article of Japanese investment in the clinics is the technical equipment. In this matter Japan is in first place in the world, after all, than proud and boast in Europe or the USA, in Japan have long been exploited, and some “innovative technology” is considered obsolete even here.

The who statistics are objective and nathanwaterhouse, and according to her, Japan ranks first by the number of magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography in clinics and hospitals in the country per capita. And it’s only a pair of positions, where Japan is the recognized world leader. Other voice Continue reading

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