Perceptions

OldPain2Go® Analysis of 216 Feedback Forms

OldPain2Go® Analysis of 216 Feedback Forms

Analysis of 216 signed Feedback Forms completed by clients at training events. All sessions had several observers. Clients were helped by a newly trained Practitioner or the Trainer. This is the client’s self-evaluation of their perception of their pain levels at the start and end of one session of OldPain2Go® using the Subjective Units of Distress Scale (SUDs). Forms were collated from the period November 2016 until March 2019.

Selection of Candidates: A telephone assessment by the trainer to ensure the client fulfilled all the criteria of; #1, had been diagnosed by a medical professional and advised or prescribed pain medication or pain management, #2, they wanted to be free of their pain, #3 whether they were suitable for a newly trained Practitioner or for the Trainer to work with. All these sessions were given FREE of charge.

Calculations used
Total clients providing feedback 216
167 Recorded zero as an end score
49 Recorded an end score that was not zero but was lower than the start score
0 Recorded no change
167 as a percentage of 216 = 77.31% who perceived no pain at the end of the session
49 as a percentage of 216 = 22.68% who perceived a reduction in pain at the end of the session

Rounded to the nearest decimal point gives 77% and 23% respectively.

Overall Subjective Units of Distress Scale (SUDs) scores - a 0 to 10 scale
Start of session total = 1323 (averaging of 6.1 start score per person)
End of session total = 77 (averaging 0.3 end score per person)
1323 - 77 = 1246 unit reduction
Therefore, overall reduction in perception of pain across all 216 people is;
1246 as a percentage of 1323 = 94.179%

167 people perceived a 100% reduction in pain so the other 49 were the source of all 77 units that were still perceptible.
Those 49 people recorded 327 units of pain when they arrived (average 6.6 start score per person) and 77 units at the end (average end score 1.57 per person), so had reduced their perceived level of pain by 250 units.
250 as a percentage of 327 = 76.45% average reduction in pain in those who left with some perception of remaining pain. 

This is not a Medical Study simply a substantial collection and analysis of all the feedback data that that was available and is subjective reporting from each of those individuals.

Disclaimer: This is not a substitute for medical diagnosis, assessment or treatment, and is simply a way of you changing your perception of your current pain levels. It is not a treatment for pain, it does not prevent future pain, nor does it numb the area. Prior diagnosis by a medical professional is required. Results are only indicative of those who have provided feedback - it is not predictive of the outcome of future individual sessions. Supporting documentary evidence is available for inspection.

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