Locomotive Pain Clinic and Research Center

What is the Locomotive Pain Clinic and Research Center?

The Locomotive Pain Clinic and Research Center (or Locomotive Center) is a center specialized in the treatment of pain in locomotive organs. The aim was to share medical information related to painful diseases associated with locomotive organs, including rheumatic diseases, metabolic bone diseases, peripheral neuropathies, and spinal disorders, and to provide appropriate treatment for these situations, and to contribute the development of comprehensive education, basic and clinical research on pain, and the enrichment and development of regional medicine. Members who support the Locomotive Center are members of Orthopedic Surgery, Anesthesiology and Resuscitology, Rheumatology, and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, nurses, physical therapists, and occupational therapists. They are specialists assembled under the aim of treating and studying “pain in locomotive organs.”