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Takeshi Kinoy Yamaguchi

Takeshi Kinoy Yamaguchi, Japanese prosthetist, orthotist. Achievements include invention of myanmar local style sandals for plantar ulcer treatment and protection with arch support. Council chairman Agatsuma Local Labor Unions, Japan, 2000—2008; Member of Japanese Leprosy Association (associate).

Background

  • Yamaguchi, Takeshi Kinoy was born on July 10, 1949 in Niigata City, Niigata-ken, Japan. Son of Tohru Kinoy and Kaoruko Mitsuoka.

  • Career

    • Chief technician footwear department National Sanatorium Kuryu Rakusen-en, Kusatsu-machi, Japan, 1978—1989, prosthetist, orthitist, since 1989. Short-term expert Japan International Cooperation Agency Leprosy Control and Basic Health Service Project, Yangon, Myanmar, 2002—2006.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include invention of myanmar local style sandals for plantar ulcer treatment and protection with arch support.

    Works

    • Author: (books) Modern Medical Science of Leprosy Review, Footwear Guidebook for Plantar Ulcer. Contributor articles to magazines.

    Membership

    Council chairman Agatsuma Local Labor Unions, Japan, 2000—2008. Member of Japanese Leprosy Association (associate).

    Personality

    Interests

    Music, computers.

    Connections

    • Married Kimiko Yamaguchi, December 17, 1970 (divorced). Children: Ayuka, Sachiko Kinoy. Married Yukimi Yamaguchi, May 13, 1996.
    • father: Tohru Kinoy
    • mother: Kaoruko Mitsuoka
    • spouses: Kimiko Yamaguchi
    • Yukimi Yamaguchi
    • children: Ayuka Yamaguchi
    • Sachiko Kinoy Yamaguchi
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    Born July 10, 1949
    (age 68)
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    • 1978 - 1989
      Chief technician footwear department National Sanatorium Kuryu Rakusen-en
      Japan
    • 1989
      Chief technician footwear department National Sanatorium Kuryu Rakusen-en