The best path to effective pain care begins with Pain Self-Assessment, and the best assessment of whether or not this is helpful for YOU will come from comparing where you are now, to where you are after you have practiced these steps.
Taking, or retaking, our Pain Self-Assessment Questionnaire will help you gain insights about where you are at this point, and how this process will assist you.
It’s not required, but if you’re a currently a registered user, or if you register before taking the assessment, your results will be saved in the system and e-mailed to you.
Your path to successful pain care begins now!
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There are no right or wrong answers. However, the higher you score—the more informed you are—the better you’ll be able to manage your pain, and your life.
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1. Question5 point(s)
How much knowledge do you have about pain?
2. Question5 point(s)
How much knowledge do you have about pain self care skills/techniques?
3. Question5 point(s)
How much knowledge do you have of the science supporting pain self care as effective for pain management?
4. Question2 point(s)
Describe how pain has changed the way you breathe.
This response will be awarded full points automatically, but it can be reviewed and adjusted after submission.
5. Question5 point(s)
How effectively can you use breathing techniques for any of the following: Distraction/Calming/Moving with greater ease?
6. Question4 point(s)
Are you able to keep your muscle and body tension low when you perform your daily pain care exercises?
7. Question4 point(s)
When you perform your daily pain care exercises, are you able to meet your goal of moving with more ease?