Functional Pain Center  

Outcomes

Our outcomes measures are generated from patients approved for participation in our interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation program January 1, 2017 through June 30, 2017. A summary of our outcomes are as follows:

  1. 100% of patients reported experiencing overall improvement in increased range of motion to their injured area(s), a reduction in pain level, decreased anxiety and depression, increased activities of daily living, and overall improvement in their quality of life.
  2. Overall, the average gain of range of motion is 22.39%. Despite this, average gain varied between body areas treated.
  3. The average level of pain reduction patients experienced was a decrease of 4 points from original reported pain level (pain is measured on a 1-10 scale where 1 is minimal pain and 10 is the most severe pain). Of these patients, 8% of patients completed CPP with 0 reported pain and 35% reported a pain level of 3 or less upon completion.
  4. Sleep improved for 100% of the patients served. Sleep improved on average by about 4 hours, where 96% of patients reported sleeping 7 or 8 hours per night.
  5. Also, 100% of patients completed program with the knowledge of at least 3 coping skills to assist in managing pain.
  6. Additionally, 100% of patients completed program with a reduction in anxiety, depression, and fear avoidance levels/symptoms where 48% completed program with minimal levels/symptoms of anxiety, depression, and fear avoidance.