Take this brief quiz to see if you have problems related to chronic pain and if treatment like CBT for Chronic Pain may help you.Below are the results from this chronic pain symptom quiz. Read below to see if proven treatment for chronic pain may help you.

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Take this brief quiz to see if you have problems related to chronic pain and if treatment like CBT for Chronic Pain may help you.

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Let's Check for Chronic Pain Symptoms

Use this brief screening tool to see if Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain may be helpful to you. The questions that follow are about how well you are able to do things in your life despite the pain. If your pain has continued for at least 3 months or beyond the expected healing time, it is considered chronic. Please complete the questionnaire in relation to your chronic pain. Mark the response that best fits you.

Instructions: Please rate how confident you are that you can do the following things at present, despite the pain. To indicate your answer select one of the numbers on the scale under each item, where 0 = not at all confident and 6 = completely confident.

Remember, this questionnaire is not asking whether or not you have been doing these things, but rather how confident you are that you can do them at present, despite the pain.

1. I can enjoy things, despite the pain.
Not at all Confident
Completely Confident
2. I can do most of the household chores (e.g. tidying-up, washing dishes, etc.), despite the pain.
Not at all Confident
Completely Confident
3. I can socialise with my friends or family members as often as I used to do, despite the pain.
Not at all Confident
Completely Confident
4. I can cope with my pain in most situations.
Not at all Confident
Completely Confident
5. I can do some form of work, despite the pain. (“work” includes housework, paid and unpaid work).
Not at all Confident
Completely Confident
6. I can still do many of the things I enjoy doing, such as hobbies or leisure activity, despite pain.
Not at all Confident
Completely Confident
7. I can cope with pain without medication.
Not at all Confident
Completely Confident
8. I can still accomplish most of my goals in life, despite the pain.
Not at all Confident
Completely Confident
9. I can live a normal lifestyle, despite the pain.
Not at all Confident
Completely Confident
10. I can gradually become more active, despite the pain.
Not at all Confident
Completely Confident
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