If you are a pain patient here are links to forms that are needed.

This next form is to be filled out when starting your pain management program.  It is your understanding of the parameters that are laid out for both of us to engage in the program. This only needs to be filled out once.

Controlled Substance Agreement

The form below assesses your risk for developing problems with pain medication.  Answer these questions honestly so that I can best assess your needs.  Having risk factors does not necessarily exclude you from getting pain medication.  This only need to be filled out once.

Opioid Risk Tool

Pain Assessment Form

 The first is to be used to assess your level of discomfort.  If you are not sure if your scores are one number or another it is OK to circle two or three numbers to estimate your range.   To help define the pain scale numbers use the following guide:  

0 No Pain  

1-2 Pain that does not interfer with your thoughts or activities.  

3 With this level of pain you can function, but you are aware of the pain.  You are not forgetting it.

4 This level means that you can do what you are doing, but the pain is interferring with it and slowing you down.  You have to pause, take a deep breath or stretch to continue.

5 Very disabling pain.  Causes great difficulty moving or applying any strength through the painful area.  You are unable to complete the current activity.  

6 Pain that causes disability between 5 and 7.  

7 Severely disabling pain.  You cannot use or move the painful area.  You have difficulty talking and concentrating on anything but the pain.  Needing to lie-down and/or pain related tearfulness are common at this level of pain.  

8-9 Pain that causes disability between 7 and 10.  Nearing need for hopitalization.  

10 Worst imaginable pain.  Causes you to be completetly incapacitated and barely able to talk.  Requires immediate emergency hospitalization.