Pain-Intensity Scale

Need help identifying and describing the pain you're experiencing? Use this pain-intensity scale from Dr. Oz. This chart can help you to assess how severe your pain is and track whether or not it's getting better. Numbered from 0 to 10, the chart goes from no pain to the worst possible pain. The higher the number, the more pain you feel.

Pain-Intensity Scale

Use this pain-intensity scale to assess how severe your pain is and track whether or not it's getting better.

Pain Scale

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