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So let's take the first letter 'S', which stands for 'Site'. If the location of the patient's pain isn't perfectly clear from your patients body language, then your first question should be, "where (about) is the pain?", "where does it hurt?" or to be more precise, "where exactly is the pain?". From here you can move on to finding out when the pain started. 'O' stands for 'Onset", so you should lead on with a question such as, "when did the pain start?".
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But what about the remaining '...C-R-A-T-E-S?' Well to learn more we have developed free worksheets. Just click on the worksheet images here and you will be directed to google drive where you can download the files for free. The links for the answer sheets are below:
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