Here are the Goals and Descriptions I've created. You can copy/paste and edit these in the box below to send a finished copy.


A low-impact exercise that can help improve endurance is swimming. Swimming is a great cardiovascular workout that puts minimal stress on the joints. It engages multiple muscle groups and provides a full-body workout. Additionally, swimming can be easily adjusted to different fitness levels by varying the intensity and duration of the swim. However, it’s always important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new exercise routine, especially if you have any underlying health conditions.


Here are a few gentle yoga exercises that can help improve flexibility:

1. Child’s Pose: Start on your hands and knees, then sit back on your heels while stretching your arms forward. This pose gently stretches the hips, thighs, and lower back.

2. Cat-Cow Pose: Begin on your hands and knees, then alternate between arching your back upward (cow pose) and rounding your back downward (cat pose). This sequence helps to stretch and mobilize the spine.

3. Downward-Facing Dog: Start on your hands and knees, then lift your hips up and back, forming an inverted V shape with your body. This pose stretches the hamstrings, calves, and shoulders.

4. Standing Forward Bend: Stand with your feet hip-width apart, then slowly fold forward, reaching for your toes or the floor. This pose stretches the hamstrings and lower back.

Remember to listen to your body and go at your own pace. If any pose feels uncomfortable or causes pain, modify or skip it. It’s always a good idea to consult with a yoga instructor to ensure proper form and technique.


Here are three ways you can improve your sleep:

1. Establish a consistent sleep schedule: Try to go to bed and wake up at the same time every day, even on weekends. This helps regulate your body’s internal clock and promotes better sleep quality.

2. Create a relaxing bedtime routine: Develop a routine that helps signal to your body that it’s time to wind down and prepare for sleep. This could include activities such as reading a book, taking a warm bath, or practicing relaxation techniques like deep breathing or meditation.

3. Create a sleep-friendly environment: Make sure your sleep environment is conducive to restful sleep. Keep your bedroom cool, dark, and quiet. Consider using earplugs, an eye mask, or white noise machines if necessary. Also, ensure that your mattress and pillows are comfortable and supportive.

Remember, everyone’s sleep needs are different, so it’s important to find what works best for you. If you continue to experience difficulties with sleep, it may be helpful to consult with a healthcare professional for further guidance.

This is the current expanded Goals section of the Care Plan (it’s an image only). 

Under Exercise Options, we will be adding a section for the video pages. We need to review this entire section and make it encompass all the kinds of standard activity goals a pain clinic might need for their patients.

Add More Goals

These don’t have to be big. Just give me some general pointers and I can write the text like you see it under Swimming or Yoga. You will get an email copy of what you put in here. Just keep adding more and they will be built into the CarePlan later.

Goals Input Form

Current Care Plan

This is the live version of the care plan as we now have it. You will see changes here as I input them. You can click the buttons here to see what pops up. You won’t see the whole message the patient receives, though, unless you hit “enter”, but don’t do that. I’ve actually hidden that button because if you press it you will be sent to a different page and then have to navigate back here.

iCare Plan Live


What are the current strengths of the patient that can help them with their care and/or recovery


Select your ACTIVITY goals for this patient in the next 30 days


Clinical Needs

What services or deliverables does the patient require that can only be delivered by a clinic (not necessarily yours)


What are the desired outcomes from this plan of care