Dr. Taketomi’s greeting
Thank you very much for taking the time to view our clinic’s website. I am Masanori Taketomi, Director & Doctor of Taketomi Clinic.
In the last ten years, I have seen many patients following discharge from hospital after surgery and rehabilitation who, due to inadequate rehabilitation services, have returned a state where their daily lives were as impaired as they were before surgery. Typically, such situations occur when the person is unable to attend the hospital for more rehabilitation, or their arthritis prevents them from visiting a doctor. I strongly felt the importance of assisting such people to continue rehabilitation, or t see a doctor easier.
My clinic is conveniently located on Nakayamate-Dori, at the corner of Kitanozaka and Nakayamate-Dori, only a six minute walk from the JR Sannomiya Station. My clinic’s priority is to shorten the commuting time and waiting time for patients and have an easier access and services who have rheumatoid arthritis and rehabilitation needs.
At the clinic, our staff are all friendly, approachable and well-trained. We all share the same goals of achieving a stress-free and pain-free life for our patients.
I have traveled all over the world, particularly in my young adulthood. I speak English and I love meeting people who come from different backgrounds and sharing our different ideas, experiences and points of view.
I love cycling, fishing, skiing, travelling and, food, and good company.
For those who are experiencing difficulty visiting the clinic because due to a physical disability, our staff and I can visit you, as far as time allows, so please do not hesitate to consult us.
1964 Born in Osaka
1991 Graduate School of Medicine, Shiga University of Medicine
1991 - 1993 Kobe City Medical Centre General Hospital, Early-period resident
1993 - 1995 Josuikai Noe Hospital Orthopedic Clinic
1995 - 1998 Tamatsukuri Koseinenkin Hospital, Orthopedic surgeon
1998 - 1999 National Kyoto Hospital Orthopedic Clinic
1999 to 2003 Graduated from the Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto University School of Medicine
2003 - 2004 Yoshikawa Hospital Orthopedic Clinic
2004 - 2005 Kyoto University Hospital, Orthopedic surgeon
2005 - 2007 Kishiwada City Hospital, Orthopedic surgeon physician
2007 - 2016 Department of Orthopedic Surgery, Shinko Memorial Hospital
2016 - Taketomi Clinic Orthopedic Surgery opened
-The Japan Orthopedic Society
-The Central Japan Association of Orthopaedics Surgery and Traumatology
-The Japanese Society For Replacement Arthroplasty
-Japan College of Rheumatology
The Japanese Orthopaedic Association - Specialist and Guidance Physician
Orthopedic Society, Specialist, Teacher
Japan Orthopedic Society, Rehabilitation Certified Doctor
Japan Orthopedic Society Rheumatology, Certified Doctor
Chubu Japan Orthopedic Surgery Disaster Surgery Society, Councillor
Japanese Medical Association, Certified Industrial Physician
The 6th Japan-US Joint Organization Chemistry Conference Young Researchers Encouragement Prize
I have been involved in rehabilitation medicine for nearly half a century. My motto at the clinic is to think jointly with patients and people with disabilities, in oder to provide the best rehabilitation medicine for improving the function of daily living and restoring maximum quality-of-life.
Clinic name Taketomi Orthopedic Surgery Clinic
The director Masanori Taketomi)
Medical departments/ Areas of clinical focus. Collagen disease, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, osteoporosis, osteoarthritis of the knee, hip, lumbar disc, lumbar disc herniation, lumbar spinal canal stenosis.
Injuries such as fractures · bruises · sprains, stiff shoulder and pain, low back pain, chronic pain.
Regarding traffic accidents, treatment other than surgical patients should commence within 3 months.
Street address 〒650-0004
Hyogo ken Kobe Chuo-ku Nakayama Bessho 1-24-4 Dragon Building 4F
TEL 078-232-7277 (Reservation line)
Clinic Opening Hours:
M T W T F S S & P.H
8:30～12:00 ○ ○ ／ ○ ○ ○ ／
13:30～17:00 ○ ○ ／ ○ ○ ／ ／
13:30～19：00 ／ ○ ／ ○ ／ ／ ／
In order to reduce the waiting time, please make a reservation (if possible by telephone) as much as possible.
In addition, please bring your Medicare Card (‘Hoken-sho’), your Prescribed medicine record book (‘Okusuri-techo’).
If you have a referral letter from another doctor or medical specialist, please bring it with you, to help ensure a smooth consultation.