What it measures:
The FACES pain scale is a self-reported pain scale that was created to assess the intensity of children’s pain. Based on the perception of the patient, FACES uses pictures to measure pain intensity. (2) The scale has six faces with scores of 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, or 10.
Nonverbal children and verbal children over age 3 (1)
You Might Also Like...
Clinical SummaryNeck Pain
Jun 27, 2017
PTs may perform an evaluation to develop an individualized treatment plan that addresses the patient's pain and activity limitations.
Test & MeasureTest of Basic Motor Skills (BMS)
The test consists of 15 items that are ordered based on the amount of postural control needed to complete the tasks.