Pain – Measurement & analysis by best physio in Bangalore.
Pain is a critical feeling that cannot be expressed on any scale. Therefore, pain – measurement & analysis is critical to both doctor & the patient both. Pain is difficult to communicate. There is no scale so a doctor has to ask it in a very common form – on a scale of 1 to 10 how much is the pain. If the customer says it’s 10 out of 10 you, as a physiotherapist have to accept it as a 10/10. This is what theory says, but in actuality, we all know that if it is 10/10 pain then the expressions of the patient are – sweating, closing eyes with high pressure, and blowing air from the mouth. So it is possible to understand the – pain, measurement, analysis part of treatment in the real world.
Psychology of pain
The true part comes when the patient`s psychology ” of pain is still there even after treatment” comes. This is the place where you go to the real world & try to look at the reaction of the rest of the body parts when you churl the injury.
if a patient was suffering from Knee ligament failure & you were not able to rotate it by say 30 degrees on each side but post-treatment, you are now able to move it to 60-70 degree on each side; so you should accept the treatment or the line of treatment as a success.
Communication of pain
The communication of pain to your physiotherapist is a must part. Where you should give him the exact intensity of pain so he/she can decide the correct line of treatment. There exists a variety of causes for pain in certain places (read our article for knee pain as an example) and if that is diagnosed correctly the line of treatment of its permanent cure lies in the patient`s feedback of improvement or change in pain.
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