日本語

1 min. from Daimon Station

Daimon Medical Clinic is Open Till 8:00 PM.

Dr. Behr

She has over 20 years experience in dermatology, internal medicine and family medicine using US and Japanese protocols and therapeutic regimens according to individual patient needs.

  • Appointment

    We perform both US and Japanese therapeutic regimens.
    Patients with private insurance or no insurance may also schedule appointments on Saturday.

Latest News

    • 21 DEC 14
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    Allergy Season

    Allergy Season

    It’s Allergy Season … and time for Allergy shots.  (English follows below) HN allergy shots are effective for treating general allergy syptoms associated with hay fever and cedar pollen common in Japan. One treatment is ¥4,500. A regimen of 3 shots is recommeded, and in severe cases 2 regimens are required.   Starting in 2015

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    • 01 DEC 14
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    OECD Report on CT Scans – Overuse in Japan?

    OECD Report on CT Scans – Overuse in Japan?

    Progress in medical technologies continues to transform health care delivery and to improve life expectancy and quality of life, but it is also one of the main drivers of rising health expenditure across OECD countries. This section presents data on the availability and use of two diagnostic technologies – computed tomography (CT) scanners and magnetic resonance imaging

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    • 30 NOV 14
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    Detoxify with Antioxidents

    Detoxify with Antioxidents

    Intravenous (IV) therapy using antioxidents is a method to assist removal of toxins that have accumulated in the body from various sources such as processed food preservatives or chemical present in our environment. Drip IV antioxident and supplement therapy is also used to treat and prevent skin diseases, atopic dermatitis, gastrointestinal symptoms, diarrhea, and it

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    • 29 NOV 14
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    Tokyo Gov’t Issues Influenza Alert

    Tokyo Gov’t Issues Influenza Alert

    Tokyo Issues Influenza Epidemic Alert TOKYO — Tokyo metropolitan government officials this week announced an official influenza epidemic alert within the metropolitan area—the first time for such an alert to be issued in November since 2007. The Tokyo government is anxious to avoid a repeat of last winter when the number of people infected with

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