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Area of Expertise
Spine-related Diseases & Treatment, Orthopedics, Neurosurgery, Anesthesiology
1-29-7 Kitashinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan 140 – 0001
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
08:00a.m. – 12:00p.m.
02:00p.m. – 05:00p.m.
Sunday, National Holidays
Both cash and credit card are accepted, depending on the charge. For example: the hospitalization deposit fee is cash only.
Located a few blocks from Keikyu Main Line’s Kitashinagawa and Shin-Banba Stations, Shinagawa Shishokai Hospital specializes in the treatment of common spinal diseases and spinal conditions requiring multidisciplinary treatment such as spinal cord tumors, scoliosis, spinal canal stenosis, disc herniation, and posterior longitudinal ligament ossification.
Spine-related Diseases and Treatment, Orthopedics, Neurosurgery, Anesthesiology, Rehabilitation Medicine
Equipment & Devices
G-Scan, EOS Imaging System, MRI, CT-Scan, and X-ray machines
Dr. Takeshi Umebayashi, Deputy Director
Licenses, Accreditation and Awards
Japan Spinal Surgery Society specialist
Japan Neurosurgical Specialist
Japan Neurosurgical Society
Japan Spinal Surgery Society
Japan Spinal Neurosurgical Procedures Society
Dr. Kumano Kiyoshi, Specialist
Licenses, Accreditation and Awards
Japan Orthopedic Certifying Physician
Japan Spinal Disease Society of Medical Advisors
US Orthopedic Specialist (USA)
Japan Spinal Disease Society
Japan Spine, Spinal Nerve Surgical Technique Society
Scoliosis Research Society (USA)
Shinagawa Shishokai Hospital opened in 2013 and has people from all over the country come to be examined and treated by their expert staff of spine specialist orthopedic surgeons, neurosurgeons, and other specialist doctors. To date, the hospital’s president, Dr. Kaiji Ota, has performed approximately 5,000 surgeries, while hospital director, Dr. Naoki Kasai, and deputy director, Dr. Takeshi Umebayashi, share some 8,000 surgeries between them.
In addition, the orthopedic specialists in Tokyo are accomplished and experienced in XLIF (eXtreme Lateral Interbody Fusion) surgery, a very precise minimally invasive surgery technique that reduces the chance of damage to back muscles as well as bleeding (and subsequent blood transfusions) and the time required to heal (i.e. your hospital stay).
The hospital features 66 patient beds, three special rooms, 18 private rooms, and one four-person group room (women only), as well as some of the most state-of-the-art equipment in Japan. In addition to their MRI, CT-Scan, and X-ray machines, Shinagawa Shishokai Hospital boasts the country’s only G-scan and EOS imaging system machines.
With the G-scan, the orthopedic specialists in Tokyo can take pictures in an open-type MRI environment in a standing or sitting position. This means patients suffering from disc herniation and spinal canal stenosis can now be examined or scanned. While changes in a standing or sitting position can be clearly visualized and compared to each other.
The hospital’s EOS imaging system, currently considered advanced technology, is a medical imaging system that can provide frontal and lateral radiography pictures, while limiting the X-ray dose absorbed by the patient in vertical pose. 3D models can be rendered from the image data, allowing hospital doctors to extract a wide variety of highly accurate data necessary for sensitive diagnosis, which is not obtainable by traditional X-ray methods.
After surgery, the hospital has a first-class team of physiotherapists to help patients rehabilitate and recover. The hospital is also proud of their non-hospital tasting “best tasting hospital food in the world”.
With at least two English-speaking doctors on call, feel safe in the knowledge of being able to communicate with those you’re entrusting with your care. Senior consultant and American board certified orthopedic surgeon Dr. Kiyoshi Kumano can be made available at anytime.
1-29-7 Kitashinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo, Japan 140–0001