2016年度フェローDr. Rolando Junior Torres,Philippines.
I am Dr. Rolando Junior Torres an orthopedic surgeon from Davao City, Philippines. My international fellowship training in Kameda's Institute of Sports Medicine was one of the best I ever had. The sports medicine training in Kameda comes with a complete course of enhancing ones arthroscopic skills, use of musculoskeletal ultrasound (diagnostic, therapeutic and intra-operative) and understanding the important role of rehabilitation. I am grateful to learn these set of knowledge from my kind mentors and staff. In addition, I also learned a lot about Japan's culture and work ethics. Over-all, for those aspiring in sports medicine training, I highly recommend to train in Kameda Medical Center Sports Institute. It's a once in a lifetime experience.
Dr Pia Kareena V. Quiñones,Philippines
I am Pia Kareena V. Quiñones from Cebu City, Philippines. I feel fortunate and honored to be chosen as the international fellow for sports medicine in Kameda Medical Center. The Sports Department in this institution is an excellent training ground for me to learn and develop my skills in arthroscopic surgery, diagnostic ultrasonography for sports related injuries and other musculoskeletal problems, management of sports related injuries both surgical and conservative therapy. In addition to that, it is my privilege to be with kind and helpful mentors and staff who are so much willing to provide me with the appropriate and comfortable learning environment.
Dr Pablo Sanguino,Argentina
My name is Pablo Sanguino, Orthopedic Surgeon from Argentina. I have joined Kameda's Medical Center Sports Department on july 2014 as an international fellow of sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery. As an international fellow I will be able to learn in one of the most advanced and important medical centers of Japan; with a first level staff, not only in the surgical and academic field,but also a great group of people who cares about every patient with dedication, respect, and professionalism . I feel grateful and honored with this opportunity.
Dr Jan-Tyrone Cabrera,Philippines
My name is Jan-Tyrone Cabrera, MD, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Specialist from Manila, Philippines. My interest in musculoskeletal medicine led me to apply for a short-term fellow position last June 2014. Although I have been with the Sports Medicine Department of Kameda Medical Center for a short time, I was exposed to numerous sports injuries while having a deeper understanding on how arthroscopy is done, on the use of ultrasound for both diagnosis and intervention, and on the biomechanics behind the injury of an athlete. It has been a pleasure and privilege to work with the members of the Sports Medicine Department.
Dr Naveed ,Pakistan
"I am Dr. Naveed Baloch from Pakistan. I have joined as an international fellow in department of sports medicine for one year starting from May 2013. I feel honored to be the first international fellow in the department and hopeful to get a good experience of sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery to be the pioneer in this field back in Pakistan. I consider this one year as my life time experience as it has provided me a chance to observe Japanese culture closely and get impressed form co-existence of tradition with modernization."
スポーツ医学科主任部長 大内 洋