588 Tips – 293 Articles – 86 Goals – 25 Videos – 21 Slideshows – 5 Quizzes
WebMD Pain Coach™ is specially designed and customized for people with the following chronic pain conditions:
✓ Back pain
✓ Neck pain
✓ Nerve pain
✓ Rheumatoid arthritis
If your chronic pain condition is not listed above, you can still use the app to track pain, set goals, and get pain management tips, articles, slideshows and videos.
When you first download and use WebMD Pain Coach™, you are asked to select your chronic pain condition(s), as well as symptoms, triggers and treatments that apply to your condition(s). If privacy is important, the option to set a four digit PIN will keep your information secure. WebMD’s drug look-up allows you to search and select over-the-counter and prescribed medications, and record the dosage of each drug selected.
WebMD Pain Coach™ is organized into four easy-to-use sections:
The Journal section allows you to quickly and easily record your day. A separate Journal screen exists for each day. Once entries are created for multiple days, flip back to see your pain history. Turn your phone sideways to generate your Pain Coach™ Report: a historical chart that plots your general well-being against your pain levels while listing your most common symptoms, triggers and treatments. Tap on a day to view a snapshot of your pain history and export your Pain Coach™ Report to PDF and email it to yourself or your physician.
♦ Record how you generally feel each day by sliding the Pain Coach™ ‘Well Being Belt.’
♦ Log a pain entry to track details surrounding pain: pain level from 1-10, symptoms, triggers, treatments and notes.
♦ Reminder to log a pain entry by receiving a Pain Coach™ notification once a day.
♦ View a new Daily Tip that is personalized to your condition(s), triggers and treatments.
♦ If you set goals to better manage pain, tap ‘Today’s Goals’ to check off achieved goals.
The Goals section allows you to browse and select physician-approved goals from five lifestyle categories related to your pain condition(s): Food, Rest, Exercise, Mood, and Treatments. You can also create your own goals. Each related tip can be viewed before selecting a goal. The goal duration can be set from one day to one year.
♦ The green ribbon at the top of the Goals screen indicates the percent completion rate for active goals.
♦ Once a goal is selected, tap ‘My Goals’ to view Goal Activity for active and completed goals.
♦ If you have more than one chronic pain condition, the goal that is suggested for a specific condition is indicated.
The Library section contains all of the critical, physician-approved content relevant to your condition(s) and pain management. The Library contains hundreds of articles, videos, slideshows and quizzes. All articles are available for offline reading.
♦ Library content contains links to WebMD’s mobile website.
♦ The Library is searchable.
♦ Share all Library content via email, Facebook or Twitter.
The Tips section features hundreds of ‘bite-sized’ tips that are matched with goals and organized into the same five lifestyle categories: Food, Rest, Exercise, Mood and Treatments. Each goal has between 3-10 supporting tips.
♦ Search for a specific tip.
♦ After reading a tip, view the goal related to the tip, or view related Library articles.
WITH MY PAIN DIARY YOU CAN:
- Keep an accurate record of your condition for your doctor.
- Compare multiple conditions and metrics on a single, interactive graph which makes finding correlations easy.
- Learn how much you are affected by humidity, barometric pressure, temperature, precipitation and more.
- Identify triggers, remedies, patterns and trends.
- Email or print a report for you and your doctors.
- Track your complex medical condition multiple times a day.
- Track your simple pain condition as it occurs.
Created by a chronic patient after being diagnosed with RSD/CRPS, MPD strikes the perfect balance between utility and ease-of-use.
Track unlimited conditions, symptoms, triggers ,etc. Track multiple times a day if needed. Create entries for dates in the past. Edit entries at any time.
Weather data is saved automatically with each new entry and can be compared against your pain using the interactive graphs.
Document your swelling, rash, discoloration, etc with photos.
Color coded calendar:
Get a sense of your progress with just a glance.
Overlay various ‘metrics’ to get a whole new look at your pain. Want to see if that thing makes your pain worse? You can do that with the graphs.
Doctor Reports: Detailed reports can be emailed or printed for you and your doctors. The PDF reports can be configured to suit your needs and optionally include a graph, photos, notes and weather data.
Editable Pain Scale Descriptions: MPD comes with a pretty good default pain scale. However, you should consult with your doctor and replace it with their pain scale.
Flag an entry as ‘Private’ and it will NOT show up on a Doctor’s Report.
Dropbox Backup: Ensure you never lose your data. Regularly backup your entries to Dropbox.
My Pain Diary is an easy to use chronic pain and symptom tracker. Users are tracking chronic pain conditions such as Fibromyalgia, MS, Migraines, Headaches, Back Pain, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Endometriosis, Anxiety, Depression, Lupus, RSD, Crohn's and over 60 other chronic health conditions. Track just about anything!
Created by a chronic pain patient to track, report on, and manage pain and symptoms.
My Pain Diary is simple, flexible & powerful. With very little effort you can record details about your pain and symptoms in a way that makes sense to you -- which can provide helpful insights for you and your doctor. This award-winning app is a must-have for anyone who suffers from chronic pain.
Here's what people are saying about My Pain Diary:
- "It really is brilliant. Well thought out." '
- "Smart and useful!"
- "Best app I've ever used!"
- "Money well spent!"
- "Makes communication so much easier and it helps me to understand my body and mind better as well."
- "My surgeon spotted something by looking at my graph and was able to diagnose another condition, which is now being treated."
- "Helped me discover trends I would not otherwise have been aware of..."
Is your new medication working? Does temperature or humidity affect your pain? Did that extra coffee make your swelling worse? Are you sleeping better than you did last week, month or year?
By tracking your chronic pain condition with MPD, you can answer these questions and more!
Install Now and start tracking your pain today!
Painometer v2 is a smartphone app that helps users to assess momentary pain intensity. It allows to measure, store, display graphically and send a set of measures of pain intensity. It includes four well-validated pain intensity scales: the Faces Pain Scale-Revised (FPS-R), the Numerical Rating Scale (NS), the Coloured Analogue Scale (CAS), and the Visual Analogue Scale (VAS). Settings and instructions are available in several languages: Catalan, Spanish, French, English and Portuguese.
This application has been winner of mHealth - Mobile World Capital Barcelona.
This application has been developed and tested by the Unit for the Study and Treatment of Pain - ALGOS, Rovira i Virgili University. More information at: http://algos-dpsico.urv.cat/en/painometer
Painometer v2 is patient and health professional oriented.
The use of Painometer v2 does not replace doctor-patient relationship.
The contents have been developed by a team of psychologists specialized in the assessment and treatment of pain. All the research group is linked to Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Dr. Jordi Miró, Rocío de la Vega, Elena Castarlenas, Elizabeth Sánchez-Rodríguez). The developers are Computer Engineers (Roman Roset) and technical engineers in telecommunications, specializing in Telematics (Gerard Gutierrez and Pere Llorens).
The creators of Painometer v2 are committed to reviewing the content and functionality of the application and to improve it on the basis of the available scientific and technical evidence.
Paper about Painometer:
Original source: de la Vega R, Roset R, Castarlenas E, Sánchez-Rodríguez E, Solé E, Miró J, Development and testing of Painometer: a Smartphone app to assess pain intensity, Journal of Pain (2014), doi: 10.1016/j.jpain.2014.04.009.
About the use of FPS-R Scale:
The Faces Pain Scale-Revised has been reproduced with permission of the International Association for the Study of Pain® (IASP).
Original source: Hicks CL, von Baeyer CL, Spafford P, van Korlaar I, Goodenough B. Faces Pain Scale-Revised: Toward a Common Metric in Pediatric Pain Measurement. PAIN® 2001; 93:173-183
Faces Pain Scale - Revised (FPS-R), copyright ©2001, International Association for the Study of Pain, used by permission. www.iasp-pain.org/FPSR
About the use of the Coloured Analogue Scale:
The Coloured Analogue Scale has been reproduced with permission of the authors.
Original source: McGrath PA, Seifert CE, Speechley KN, Booth JC, Stitt L, Gibson MC. A new analogue scale for assessing children’s pain: an initial validation study. PAIN® 1996; 64:435–43
You can also read about specific muscle, find the pain caused by specific muscle and all treatment methods for it.
We hope to all of you nice life without PAIN.
- All info in this application collected from science and physiotherapy books and rewritten in simplest way.
- Please don't do any exercise if you misunderstand it.
- We don’t have any responsibility if you do the wrong exercise or misunderstand treatment content.
-This free app is ad supported and may contain ads in the notification tray and/or home screen.
This app comes with six pre-loaded issues: anxiety, depression, general well-being, head injury, post-traumatic stress, and stress. You can also add customized scales on any topic (e.g., a pain scale). You use simple sliders to rate yourself on these behavioral categories and the app automatically graphs your inputs. You can also make notes describing things that happened during the day that may have affected your moods. This provides you and your health care provider with a complete tool to help you uncover patterns in how you are feeling. It may also help you to evaluate the impact of daily events or the effects of treatment on your mood.
T2 Mood Tracker was developed by the National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2), the Defense Department’s primary agency for applying innovative technology to issues of psychological health and traumatic brain injury
• Report generator makes sharing results simple! Generate PDF or CSV reports to print or email to your health care provider.
• Backup database saves all your data on the SD card. Easily move your T2 Mood Tracker results to a new phone or save a backup off-phone, so you don’t lose your data if you lose your phone.
• Locate psychological health support in your area via the Outreach Center link.
• Program the reminder to update your moods as often as you like - weekly to several times a day.
• Pre-loaded with six common issues. Customize with ANY feeling or issue you want to track.
• Results display in easy to read color graphs with pinch zoom, customizable symbols, and options to display as much or as little data you desire.
The acupressure methods outlined in the app are really easy to use, promote a natural birth and encourage close partner involvement. As a mum-to-be you need to know that acupressure is safe. Unlike acupuncture where needles are used, acupressure applies physical pressure to specific acupressure points using the thumbs, fingers, hands, elbows, or with various other devices on the surface of the body. Acupressure may control pain during child birth and support your body as it proceeds towards labour. Your baby too can derive many benefits from acupressure. For example, it can encourage the baby into the most optimal position for birth.
The Acupressure for Natural Pain Relief in Labour app also includes testimonials from women and their partners who have used the techniques, and includes handy illustrated reminders for quick access.
Ideal for pregnant women and their birth partners, practitioners of acupuncture, acupressure, shiatsu and massage, doulas, midwives as well as birth helpers. We hope you enjoy Acupressure for Natural Pain Relief in Labour, and that this app helps guide you towards a positive natural birth experience.
•Using acupressure appropriately
•A few words for support people
•How to find the eight acupressure points
•Using the points effectively
•Baby in breech or posterior position
•Failure to progress
•Emotional stress during labour
•Nausea, after pains, breastfeeding, postnatal recovery and other problems during and after pregnancy
•Running time: 34 minutes
•Handy 'favourites' function for easy access to the sections you need the most
•Use keywords to search the videos and images
•Includes links to further information and research
Debra Betts is an acupuncturist and educator based in Wellington, New Zealand. She has been teaching women, their support people and midwives the natural birth techniques demonstrated on this DVD since 1992. Her teaching of acupressure has in this time spread from classes held in her private clinic to international acupuncture and midwifery workshops. Tom Kennedy is an acupuncturist based in Bristol, UK. He has a special interest in treating pregnancy related conditions, and teaches Debra’s acupressure techniques to pregnant women and their support people to help them achieve a positive natural birth.
✓ Upload photos to MyFibroTeam—right from your Android
✓ Keep up with all the photos & updates
✓ Sign up directly in the app
✓ Endless scroll for easier navigation
✓ Quick photo buttons so you don't miss a beat
✓ Post updates about the daily ups & downs
✓ Get/Give instant hugs, likes & comments of support
✓ Search the Q+A section/ ask and answer questions
✓ Add others to your team
✓ View the pinboard photos that others have uploaded
✓ Flag, unfollow and delete content
✓ Manage your account and user photo
✓ Post directly on someones page
✓ Find others near you and like you
✓ View and edit your team members
✓ Check out other peoples teams
✓ Add your diagnosis and view others
✓ Horizontal navigation through the app
MyFibroTeam is for those living with fibromyalgia.
We welcome your feedback!
Please email us at email@example.com with your comments & suggestions.
Description of fibromyalgia symptoms. Symptoms of fibromyalgia can mimic a number of different disorder, making diagnosis difficult.
Find out what causes fibromyalgia. Current hypotheses include sleep disturbances, emotional trauma, and chemical imbalance.
Find out how is fibromyalgia diagnosed. Includes American College of Rheumatology and clinical criteria for fibromyalgia diagnosis.
Get help with fibromyalgia treatment. Includes information on education, medication, and non-pharmacologic therapy such as exercise and counseling.
Get to know all about fibromyalgia medication. Useful information on Cymbalta, SSRIs, anticonvulsants, sleep aids, and pain medications.
Learn some effective home remedies you can adopt to treat and fight fibromyalgia. Includes exercise, yoga, diet modification and supplementation.
Understand what is fibromyalgia acupuncture treatment. Fibromyalgia acupuncture treatment is proven to be effective in multiple clinical trials.
Useful information on why fibromyalgia massage is effective in the treatment of pain, disordered sleep, and anxiety associated with fibromyalgia.
Get to know some pain relief for fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia relief is a practice in patience and determination as the best approach is to avoid flares.
Find out what are the three types of fibromyalgia pain. There are treatment options for each, including medications and exercise.
Understand everything about fibromyalgia in children. Includes useful information on fibromyalgia symptoms in children, diagnosis and treatments.
Find out what are the fibromyalgia symptoms in men and treatments available. It is estimated that 20% of the male population suffers from it.
Fibromyalgia support groups can help enhance mood and reduce severe symptoms. Find out what are the available support groups in coping with fibromyalgia.
Understand how severe fibromyalgia affects people with higher body mass index to a disproportionate degree. Includes severe fibromyalgia treatments.
Find out what are type of fibromyalgia doctors needed during the course of fibromyalgia treatment. Includes rheumatologists, neurologists, and more.
So where do your aches, pains, and everyday health woes fit in? Here’s our guide to what’s normal and what’s not, and when you should see your doctor.
You know How Yoga can help you to improve your lifestyle … ? How you can do less hard excerises and get more Fit body & relex life using Yoga & one more important thing you can get healthy life doing less excerises
Yoga is not mere acrobatics - it is a holistic approach of uniting the body, mind and spirit.
Yoga and yoga postures are beneficial as they bring a harmonious balance within your system. A state of total well-being is not just a healthy body, but a healthy mind and spirit too.
All ailments, diseases are manifestations of imbalances in the body. Ailments are the body's way of calling attention for 'more care'. Yoga and yoga postures provide simple and practical solutions to all your daily problems. Which will help your body to be healthy
Physically, the yoga postures improves the flexibility and strength of muscles and mobility of joints. They also massage the organs, thus improving their functionality. Yoga heals various chronic illnesses in a natural and simple way and also improves the body's immunity. Love the idea yoga but are just not sure where to begin? Join the club!
There is so much to benefit from the practice of yoga in every aspect of life. Yoga is as much a mindset as it is a physical practice. But where do you begin?
Relax, exhale and watch on these video sessions with charming and beautiful Kainaz Motivala as Poonam Babbar gives you some tips & instructions on beginner yoga exercises.
Workout includes many different Asanas (Postures) & Mudras (with Fingers) including Back Asanas, Stomach Asanas, Sitting Asanas, Neck & Shoulder Asanas, Pranayam (breathing)
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One in every 50 people are estimated to have Fibromyalgia.
Learn now about:
1. Fibromyalgia Symptoms
2. Fibromyalgia Cause (Genetics, Lifestyle, Sleep Disturbances, Psychological factors)
3. Fibromyalgia Diagnosis
4. Fibromyalgia Treatment
5. Pathophysiology (Functional changes made by Fibromyalgia)
Find out all you need to know about Fibromyalgia, its symptoms, causes and treatments, learn about the latest researches and get tools and tip that will help you deal with it.
FibroMapp is the most comprehensive pain management app currently on the market.
As Fibromyalgia is unique to each person, so is FibroMapp! It can be completely personalised to your needs and requirements and takes into account that there are over 100 different conditions and symptoms within FM.
FibroMapp has been designed BY people with Fibromyalgia FOR people with Fibromyalgia.
FibroMapp has been designed for ease of use. Use as much or as little of it as you need to help you gain more control and understanding of what is potentially causing you pain and other symptoms.
Your Information is compiled to create easy to read CHARTS AND GRAPHS that can be downloaded and printed FOR FREE, unlike some other health apps currently available.
Excellent back-up documentation for:
It is a combination of 8 apps in 1 to help you track:
-PAIN SEVERITY, LOCATION OF PAIN, TYPE OF PAIN - personalised to your needs
-Activities that have helped relieve or cause pain
-SLEEP AND SLEEP DEBT - simply tap the screen to start recording when you are awake/going to sleep
-FLARE-UP BUTTON -for when you quickly want to record a flare and its severity
-MEDS TRACKER - personalise your meds, dosage and even set an alarm to ensure you aren't over or under medicating
-OTHER SYMPTOMS/CONDITIONS TRACKER
-Follow up section to review what has helped and what has made symptoms worse
All of which you personalise to your needs so that you are only filling in the areas that pertain specifically to you.
FibroMapp helps you to gain more control by giving you the tools to easily track what is possibly causing pain, fatigue, sleep issues, mood and flare-ups and much more.
This app gives you cures and remedies on many diseases. For each disease there are 2-3 remedies. The cures mentioned are easy to prepare and uses common herbs that can be found in kitchen and garden
If you like this app, try our other apps,
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Key Words : ayurveda, treatment, herbs, cure, remedies, medicine, disease, pain, doctor
*NEW*: PoopLog now has the ability to log a pain/discomfort level from 0-10. This option is disabled by default, but can be enabled via Settings > Defaults.
!! UPDATE ALERT !! I am working on and will soon be releasing a large update that will include more logging options, charting, and trends!
Stay tuned to @kefsco, or kefsco.com for any news!
Frequently Asked Questions
Why develop PoopLog? Is it a joke application? I was out of work, and on disability for 7+ months due to severe bowel problems.. I'm a geek, so I started tracking everything, even my bowel movements. I figured others might want to do the same, so I gave birth to PoopLog. While it can be fun to track and tweet, PoopLog was originally developed to assist with tracking bowel movements for easy analysis by a health practitioner.
I can really attach a photo to my PoopLog? Why? This wasn't an original feature of PoopLog, and won't become available until PoopLog2 is released. For some reason, this is the most requested feature from my users so I had no choice but to include this great feature! When you take your first photo, you will be asked if you would like your PoopLog photos hidden from the Android gallery. This option is configurable through the PoopLog application settings.
Why does PoopLog require install permissions? The only permissions required are to read/write to the external storage device (ie: microsd), and to access the camera. This is required exclusively to import/export generated reports and read/write PoopLog photos. PoopLog doesn't connect to the internet, doesn't obtain your device's identity or contacts, and doesn't transmit any information out from your device to anyone, ever, unless you select the share option for a PoopLog entry.
Why can't I share my PoopLog directly to the Facebook for Android application? The Facebook for Android application contains a flaw where it believes you are attempting to share a link, rather than share text. This issue appears to affect every Android developer, including myself. For now, you can workaround this issue by using the 'Copy to Clipboard' button. Once you do this, you can manually open your Facebook application and paste the text from your clipboard with a long-press on any text-field. Hopefully the Facebook for Android developers will fix this soon.
Why does it take so long to open an attached PoopLog photo? I've heard reports of attached PoopLog images taking upwards of 30+ seconds to open. I am not sure what is causing the latency, but will look into it and resolve it in an upcoming version.
What features can be expected in future versions of PoopLog? I am playing with the ability to geotag entries, allowing users to view a map/trail of their PoopLog. Also, I am working on implementing some sort of label/tagging system in order to sort entries into multiple custom categories (ie: smell, contents..). You can follow developments on Twitter via @kefsco, and if you have any suggestions, comments, ideas, or any feedback at all, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is PoopLog open-source? Currently, no. If I ever get around to cleaning up my code, my goal is to release it for anyone to use.
Will PoopLog ever be an iPhone/iPad/iOS app? No.
I hope that you find PoopLog useful and fun, as silly as it may be.