International Journal of Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation Volume 5 (2019), Article ID 5:IJPTR-159, 3 pages
Mini Review
Special Issue: Various Approaches for Rehabilitation Science-Vol II
Appropriate Nutrition for Preventing Osteoporosis

Yaeko Ominato1, Masaki Kaneko2, Mori Tomohisa1,5, Susumu Ito3 and Katsuhiko Hata1,3,4,*

1Department of Neuroscience, Research Center for Mathematical Medicine, Kokushikan University, Japan
2KYB medical service co., Ltd., Japan
3Department of Sport and Medical Science, Kokushikan University, Japan
4MYCELL Clinic Tokyo, Japan
5NAGOMI Clinic, Japan
Prof. Katsuhiko Hata, Department of Neuroscience, Research Center for Mathematical Medicine, Kokushikan University, Japan; E-mail:
10 December 2019; 28 December 2019; 30 December 2019
Ominato Y, Kaneko M, Tomohisa M, Ito S, Hata K (2019) Appropriate Nutrition for Preventing Osteoporosis. Int J Phys Ther Rehab 5: 159. doi:


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