This 10-15 minute questionnaire asks about symptoms of knee pain in adults (it is not for use in or by children).
You can get your personalized Knee Pain Report on-line and for free immediately after you complete the questionnaire - we suggest you show this report to your doctor. The report predicts your most probable diagnosis (based mainly on the diagnoses of US physicians) and the treatments you are most likely to respond to. It analyzes your pain drawing for novel diagnostic information. Your diagnosis will be most accurate if you answer all the questions, particularly your age and gender.
IT IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR YOU TO UNDERSTAND THAT THE INFORMATION IN YOUR KNEE PAIN REPORT SHOULD ONLY BE USED IN CONSULTATION WITH A PHYSICIAN OR OTHER HEALTH CARE PROVIDER, AND ONLY AS SCREENING INFORMATION. BY ITSELF, THE REPORT CAN NOT PROVIDE A DEFINITE DIAGNOSIS. Your Knee Pain Report should not be used for self-diagnosis, as a substitute for consulting your physician or other healthcare provider, or for selecting treatment.
The questionnaire (3 pages) is based largely on information from the U.S. Government's National Institutes of Health (NIH). The UCLA NIH Center for Computational Biology previously collaborated on this study. We have 612,140 people with knee pain enrolled as of September 9, 2012 and are currently enrolling almost 30,000 new people each month. Our diagnostic estimates closely follow the diagnoses of the American physicians in the study.
We have many similar questionnaires for people with pain to use at no cost (see http://masterdocs.com/pain.htm): different types of pain (Lower Back Pain/Sciatica, Headache, Shoulder Pain, Hip Pain, Peripheral Neuropathy Pain, Hand/Wrist/Carpal Tunnel Pain, Jaw Pain/TMJ, Chest Pain, Toothache Pain, Your Pain Type, Chronic Pain Survey) other symptoms (Dizziness, Edema, Sleeping problems, Feeling ill, Fever) or other diseases (Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), Depression, Flu (Influenza), Visual Field Defects). See http://masterdocs.com/masterdocsinfo.htm if you are a physician and wish to become a MasterDocs Member.