Laboratory for musculoskeletal pain Co., Ltd.
Attached facilities of Laboratory
■Jyoshinnomori Acpuncture & Orthopedic clinic
■Jyoshinnomori Rehabilitation & Elderly care center
■Insurance treatment for motor vehicle injury
Introduction of company
Our company is a Laboratory for musculoskeletal pain (fracture, dislocation, sprain, bruise, myo-injury, myofascial pain, lowback pain, knee pain, shoulder pain, neck pain).
Jyoshinnomori Acupuncture & Orthopedic clinic founded for patients on musculoskeletal pain by Dr. Koei Hayashi (Nagoya uni.) and Dr. Yasui Masaya (Aichi medical uni.) in 2012. We are researching to produce an optimal treatment for musculoskeletal pain every day.
■Information of Acupuncture & Orthopedic clinic
・We have some English available medical staff (except Monday).
・Musculoskeletal pain patients can use Japanese insurance.
・We can perform the musculoskeletal ultrasound examination on injury (not X-ray).
・When patients have severe health problem, we can introduce referral hospital.
・Acupuncture, massage, osteopathy, trigger point therapy
・lLow back pain, neck pain, knee pain, shoulder pain, arm pain, disk problem, hernia, myofascial pain syndrome, numbness, stiff shoulder
・Ankle sprain, fracture, dislocation, sports injury
・Annual sales in 2015: 130 million yen.
・Number of patient visiting our clinic: 160~220 people per day.
■Profile of Company President
・Japanese national certificate
:Acupuncturist, Judo therapist
:Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine
1. Laboratory for Musculoskeletal Pain and Motor Control, Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction (SMI), Department of Health Science and Technology, Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark.
2. Department of Functional Anatomy, Kanazawa University Graduate School of Medical Science, Kanazawa, Japan.
3. Department of Functional Anatomy and Neuroscience, Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine, Nagoya, Japan
4. Department of Neuroscience II, Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan
1. Hayashi K, Shiozawa S, Ozaki N, Mizumura K, Graven-Nielsen T. Repeated intramuscular injections of nerve growth factor induced progressive muscle hyperalgesia, facilitated temporal summation, and expanded pain areas. Pain. 2013;154:2344-52.
2. Hayashi K, Ozaki N, Kawakita K, Itoh K, Mizumura K, Furukawa K, Yasui M, Hori K, , Sugiura Y. Involvement of NGF in the rat model of persistent muscle pain associated with taut band. J Pain 2011;12:1059-1068.
3. Taguchi T, Katanosaka K, Yasui M, Hayashi K, Yamashita M, Wakatsuki K, Kiyama H, Yamanaka A, Mizumura K: Peripheral and spinal mechanisms of nociception in a rat reserpine-induced pain model. Pain 2015;156: 415-427.
4. Yasui M, Shiraishi Y, Ozaki N, Hayashi K, Hori K, Ichiyanagi M, Sugiura Y. Nerve growth factor and associated nerve sprouting contribute to local mechanical hyperalgesia in a rat model of bone injury. Eur J Pain. 2012;16:953-65.
5. Yi SQ, Li J, Yamaguchi T, Hori K, Hayashi K, Itoh M, Ozaki N. immunolocalization of the PP family and its receptors in the gastrointestinal tract of house musk shrew, Suncus murinus. Neuro Endocrinol Lett. 2011;32:212-
6. Ueda Y, Hayashi K, Kuriowa K. The application of fMRI to basic experiments in acupuncture. The effects of stimulus points and content on cerebral activities and responses. IEEE Eng Med Biol Mag. 2005;24:47-51.
Jyoshinnomori Acupuncture & Orthopedic clinic
Jyoshin station bill, 1-1-38, Jyoshin, Nisiku, Nagoyashi, Aichiken, Japan, 451-0061
Nagoyacity, English available, English speaking, for foreigner,