Chronic pain (pain lasting more than three months) is one of the most common reasons people seek medical care, and is estimated to affect to affect 25% percent of U.S. adults. Pain research is essential for understanding chronic pain’s root causes and developing new treatments and management strategies.
Cleveland Clinic’s Consortium for Pain (C3P) is a coalition of established researchers and clinicians at Cleveland Clinic who share common interests in pain research and treatment, with the exceptional scope and depth of collective expertise necessary to move the field of pain management forward.
Members of C3P are affiliated with Cleveland Clinic’s Lerner Research Institute and various clinical departments. Disease focus areas include all facets of pain – acute, chronic, neuropathic, musculoskeletal, spine and back pain, trauma (spinal cord injury and amputation), and head and neck pain.
Founder and Scientific Director, Cleveland Clinic Consortium for Pain
Professor, Anesthesiology, CCLCM-CWRU
Medical Director, Cleveland Clinic Consortium for Pain
Cleveland Clinic's Consortium for Pain members are actively working together on clinical trials and multidisciplinary research projects.Learn More