PT, Cred.MDT, MSc, PhD.
Hiroshi is a lecturer in the Department of Physical Therapy at The Saitama Prefectural University, Japan. He completed his PhD in Physiotherapy in 2013, receiving it from the University of Queensland (UQ), Australia. His primary research interests involve: 1) patient education and behavioral change, 2) biomechanical analysis of habitual posture and movements, 3) integration of wearable devices to physiotherapy and self-monitoring, 4) relative flexibility of muscles, 5) motor control of spinal muscles, and 6) development and improvement of self-reported measures. He has 37 international peer reviewed papers (first author in 30 papers). He is also working for a clinic twice a week and undertaking several studies in the clinical practice.