McGill Pain Questionnaire is one of the earliest and most frequently used questionnaires and draws on the fact that people use words to describe pain. McGill Pain Questionnaire consists of three (3) main dimensions , sensory, affective, and evaluative, with each tapping into different aspects of pain.

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