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Pain Visualisation describes a concept, which is meant to intensify the relationship between doctor and pain patient with the help of interactive means.
At the first encounter of doctor and patient, pain is always a focal point.
Pain in its subjective perception is neither truly measurable nor can it be accurately described in verbal terms. The visualisation of pain as an enlargement of the communication level is meant to optimize the dialogue between doctor and patient. An interactive medium develops between doctor and patient which is able to align the sentience of the patient and the perception of the doctor.
Gina Lendl, Linda Schütte