Pain Tracker Plus
By HealthSaaS, Inc.
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PainTracker Plus is designed to facilitate quick and easy "at the moment" entry of pain type, pain location and pain intensity. Pain Tracker Plus offers detailed mobile pain tracking to help with documentation of pain history. The application was designed by a chronic pain patient with input from leading pain specialists.
Detailed Pain Location Mapping enables precise documentation of your pain
Male and female gender options
Six body views
Seven pain industry standard color coded pain types
Zoom & Panning allow you to focus on exact pain locations
Summary Reports on the phone provide a detailed view of your pain history
"Store and forward" engine allows the application to run in a "standalone" mode as well as "paired" to the PainPHA portal.
In standalone mode all data is stored on the device.
In paired mode, whenever network connectivity us available, the data is sent to PainPHA.
If not initially paired, all previous entries will be sent to PainPHA.
Detailed graphical reports are available when the app is paired to PainPHA. Reports can be saved as PDFs and printed or e-mailed as attachments.
Graphical pain reports available at PainPHA include.
Pain & Intervention Report
Bodymaps Pain Report
Pain by Type Report
Pain High/Low/Average by Day Report
Pain by Time of Day Report
PainPHA by HealthSaaS is a complimentary service which also allows you to track medical history, medications, naturopathic remedies, sleep patterns, treatments, therapies, exercise, activities, additional symptoms and quality of life concerns.
What's New in Version 1.1
Added marker size selection.
Added thumbnail images to select body view
Added Terms of Service
Ok, but lacking key features.
Everything works fine except a few key features that leaves this app useless for me. I need a way to record the activity I was doing that caused the pain and if any treatment was needed. I'll keep looking I guess.
I liked that it was by time, not just day. But I didn't like how many steps there were, and that you could only locate pain from one view at a time.