Why should I use PainScale?
There are many reasons you might want to use PainScale to track your pain. The most common objectives of users
are to find likely triggers associated with their pain so as to help reduce pain in the future. With pain
a wide range of triggers and impact over one's quality of life, it is important to track your triggers,
symptoms, goals, and activity levels.
Tracking pain may also help complement your medical treatment. The personalized insights and reports created
with your data has been recommended by the physicians who helped design and develop the product. PainScale can
help you better communicate with your physician.
Doctors recommend tracking pain consistently over a 3 to 6 month period to help spot trends and patterns that
could uncover better treatment options available to you.
Many users also use PainScale to track cancer pain, migraines, chronic pain and many other chronic conditions
where pain is a symptom.
When will PainScale become available to the public?
PainScale is currently in development and scheduled to launch later this year. We are testing the product with
hundreds of patients, physicians, and experts to make sure that we deliver evidence-based solutions for pain