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Still Suffering From Chronic Pain?

DoctorIf you're not getting well after doctor visits, lab tests, physical therapy and more...

 

If your doctor isn't listening to you, and keeps giving you pills.

 

If your attorney says "this is just a soft tissue injury..." 

Then you need to find out what is really wrong with you!

MEDICAL RESEARCH SHOWS THAT ASKING THE ALL THE RIGHT QUESTIONS GIVES MORE ACCURATE DIAGNOSES THAN A BRIEF QUESTION SESSION,  PHYSICAL EXAM, AND MEDICAL TESTING. THE PAIN DIAGNOSTIC TEST ASKS 72 QUESTIONS WITH 2008 POSSIBLE ANSWERS.
Published articles show that 40%-67% of chronic pain patients are misdiagnosed, and for those who were told they had CRPS (RSD), 71% to 80% are misdiagnosed. For those who survive lightning strike or electrical shock, over 90% are misdiagnosed, and 97% of people told they have fibromyalgia do not meet the diagnostic criteria.  Take the Pain Diagnostic Test, and review it with your doctor (Click here)  Developed at a Clinic listed in Business Week as one of the 8 best pain clinics in the country, along with Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins and Cleveland Clinic.
Where is your pain?Pain Diagnosis Test
Our online diagnosis consists of 72 questions that have 2008 possible answers. Your unique combination of answers to those questions can diagnose the true cause of your pain, right in your own home. Take the test in 30 minutes, then review the results with your doctor.  See the Test...
The Pain Diagnostic Test was developed by the past President of the American Academy of Pain Management and former staff members of one of the best hospitals in the United States . It takes only 30-60 minutes to answer 72 questions. You can finally get the TRUTH about why you are in pain.

Take the Pain Diagnostic Test NOW!

(less than the cost of a co-pay for a new evaluation)


No Waiting in a Doctor's Office

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Case Summary:   Patient Name: Mary Lou R.

Ms. R. is a 39 year old white female, who had pain in the base of the head, top of the head, traps, and between the shoulder blades, following an auto accident March 2000. She stopped working after the accident, with a loss of income of $300 per week. More...