BC-019

Nov
21

Conducting anePainAssessment: Asking the Right Questions, Using the Best Tools

Pain is much more than nociception. It is influenced by a number of psychological and social factors; therefore, it is imperative that physical, functional, and psychosocial assessment tools are used when evaluating pain, whether in person or conducted remotely via telehealth. These tools include the GAD-7, PHQ-9, pain catastrophizing and opioid risk tools, unimodal pain […]

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By Simone Kahmeyer |
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