Pain Diagnostic Screener With AI Technology

Pinpoint Accuracy.
Rapid Results.
Optimized Outcomes.


Twenty percent of any population has chronic pain. Research from former Johns Hopkins Hospital doctors documents that 40%-80% of these patients are misdiagnosed. This is costly to everyone concerned – emotionally and financially.

Before the patient can get proper testing and treatment, both the patient and clinician need to know the precise cause of the pain. A group of physicians formerly from world-renowned Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine were determined to provide better care for the millions who suffer in pain every day. They found that 40% to 80% of patients with headache, neck, arm, back and leg pain were misdiagnosed.

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I’m a Provider…

(…or service organization who wants to provide better focused care and increase revenues.)
  • Neurosurgeons
  • Orthopedic Surgeons
  • Neurologists
  • Pain Specialists
  • Anesthesiologists
  • Chiropractors
  • Primary Care Providers
  • Qualified Healthcare Professionals
  • Attorneys

We’re an Organization…

(…or business that wants to take care of our employees and save on unnecessary medical and health costs.)
  • Health Maintenance Organizations
  • Self-Insured Companies
  • Unions
  • Hospitals
  • Insurance Companies
  • Government
  • Military


Pinpoint Accuracy. Rapid Results. Optimized Outcomes.

These tests act like lasers, pointing the way for patients to get a better more optimal diagnoses, treatments, and outcomes.

With so many on market making claims and offerings, why this test? Simple:

The Rule of Large Numbers – A research team at Johns Hopkins Hospital and School of Medicine carefully poured over 10,000 patient records from over a 17 year period to expertly design these tests using Bayesian logic, harnessing the power of Artificial Intelligence.

The Technology of Artificial Intelligence (AI) – AI-precision algorithms powered by next-gen technology generate a 96% match between diagnoses of former Johns Hopkins Hospital doctors and the diagnoses generated by the tests.

The Accuracy – Proven 96% correlation with diagnoses of Johns Hopkins Hospital doctors, documented with published papers in medical journals


  • 96% accurate, the diagnostic tool matched diagnoses of former John Hopkins doctors
  • 40% – 80% of chronic pain patients are misdiagnosed
  • 89% reduced narcotic use. Narcotics do not help chronic pain. Nerve damage, inflammation, vascular compression and other chronic injuries, do not feel better with narcotics. The test provides definition of the type of tissue which is damaged, so the doctor can select the correct non-narcotic medication specific to the tissue damage.
  • 45% reduced medical office visits when used in conjunction with proper medical tests and treatments.
  • 98% of the time X-rays will miss damage compared to flexion-extension X-rays, and open-mouth odontoid views
  • 78% of the time MRI’s will miss damaged discs compared to provocative discograms
  • 56% of the time CT will miss pathology compared to a 3D-CT
  • 7 days is the average time that sprains and strains last (if, you still hurt, then there is a high probability that there is something else is wrong.
  • 10 to 11 minutes is the average time a doctor spends with a patient. Our tests help augment that visit, by asking questions the doctor doesn’t have time to ask.

This is just a summary of the findings. Go to your category for more specific use and case studies.

Correct Overlooked and Over-used Diagnosis

The tests provide diagnoses with a 96% correlation with diagnoses of Johns Hopkins Hospital doctors for commonly overlooked (missed) and commonly over-used diagnosis (patient has something else)

Cervical sprainCervical strainLumber sprain
Lumbar strainWhiplashFibromyalgia
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD)Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)Post-Concussion Syndrome or Closed Head Injury
Facet syndromeNerve root entrapmentMigraine Headache
Spinal StenosisNeural Foraminal StenosisDizziness or Vertigo
Nerve entrapment syndromePeripheral neuropathyUnstable spine
Low back painLumbagoFailed Back Syndrome
MalingeringDrug seeking behaviorHysterical conversion
Electrical injuries of all typesThoracic Outlet SyndromeSurvivors of lightning strikes
Internal disc disruptionHerniated discBulging or degenerated disc


“…After a seemingly insignificant auto accident. I not only endured horrible pain but the emotional trauma of being told by multiple doctors including one of best neurosurgeons in Houston that THERE WAS NOTHING WRONG WITH ME. If you or anyone you know is in pain and can only find relief with drugs I implore you to use the tools on this website to determine the root cause of your pain and establish a medical plan that will allow you to LIVE again.”

Carlos Cain – Oil Field Executive – Houston, Texas

“I have had undiagnosed pain for a number of years. So I took the Pain Assessment Test. I was amazed by the results. My doctor confirmed the information on The Pain Assessment Test, and changed he treatment plan. Anyone with chronic pain should take the Pain Assessment Test.”

Eddie Tantoco – former VP of Marriott and Starwood – Phoenix, Arizona


A patient has normal X-ray, CT, and MRI but still complains of pain

Doctors rely on anatomical tests such as MRI, X-Rays, and CT scans to make a diagnosis, but these are anatomical tests. You cannot see pain. Pain is a Physiological condition. This means measuring a response to a stimulus.

Anatomy is taking a ‘picture’ but there is “no picture of pain”. Doctors would need to use Physiological tests such as:

Provocative discogramBone scan
Facet blocksPET scan
Root blocksIndium111 scans
Peripheral Nerve blocksNeurometer studies for sensory nerves

Once you have the correct diagnosis you can get the correct treatment.

Our collection of proven tests will help you and your doctor. After taking the tests, the answers are put through our powerful AI engine and within 5 minutes you will receive the output. It will provide you and your physician with:

  • A complete and full narrative description of symptoms
  • Summary of possible diagnosis and differential diagnoses
  • For the commercial level tests only: a list of proper tests to use, using the John Hopkins Hospital model, based on the correct diagnosis

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