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Mobile Apps

Pain Tracker & Diary

Jul 24, 2019

Description

 

The Pain Tracker & Diary app was designed by MD and PhD Pharmacology specialists to help users track and manage chronic pain. Users can take advantage of the diary function to log and understand their pain and see if the treatments they’re using are actually helping them. Users can then use the reports to communicate their pain to their doctors in detail.

 

Overview

 

The app uses patent-pending technology to monitor the intensity and pattern of at least 12 different types of pain. Users can even utilize the separate numbness tracking system in addition to the pain system. People with chronic pain can greatly benefit from the detailed monitoring and reports offered by the app. It is available in the App Store for $2.99.

People with chronic pain can greatly benefit from the detailed monitoring and reports offered by the app.”

Pain Is Subjective

 

Pain is not the same for any two people and the app does  not claim to be able to measure your pain accurately, as that can only be truly communicated by the individual. However, the app gives users an assessment that can help them explain and show their pain to their physicians, whether it’s the type of pain, intensity, frequency, etc.

 

Draw Your Pain

 

One of the app’s many features is the ability for the user to draw an outline of the pain by location on the human body. Users can draw this with a finger or a stylus and then the app will automatically estimate the percentage of the body surface area that is covered by which type of pain.

 

Pain Picture

 

Users can open a saved pain picture entry to look at how the pain overlaps with other pains and track how the pain changes over time. They can even recreate a particular pain picture from the past or create a record of the picture in the custom calendar. Users have an unlimited number of pain entries and all of these can be tracked and charted. Finally, users can export the data in a CSV file for physician use.

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