My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain Management v1.982 for iPhone Now Available

The latest version of My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain Management (MPD) is now available for iPhone and iPod Touch. Created and actively maintained by a RSD/CRPS patient, MPD is an iPhone app that empowers patients of chronic pain and illness to document, track, report, and manage their condition.

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This release completes the recent re-branding of the mobile app with a new icon. The new icon sports a thick journal with familiar pain scale faces adorning the cover.

This release completes the recent re-branding of the mobile app with a new icon. The new icon sports a thick journal with familiar pain scale faces adorning the cover.

The new photo attachment feature was added at the request of a user, who wanted to document the swelling in the hands of her two year old daughter -- who suffered from Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) January 19, 2012

My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain Management (MPD) is used by thousands of patients and e-Patients around the world to track and manage a variety of chronic conditions such as: Rheumatoid Arthritis, Fibromyalgia, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy, Menopause and Depression.

MPD takes the traditional practice of documenting the severity and frequency of one's pain and marries it with the iPhone, taking full advantage of the technology therein.

The new weather tracking feature uses the device's current location to associate local temperature, humidity, pressure, precipitation and cloud cover with each diary entry.

This weather data can be plotted and analyzed with the new Graphs feature. The interactive graph can plot and compare up to three custom metrics and one weather metric at one time, allowing the patient and doctor to identify patterns, triggers and remedies.

The new photo attachment feature was added at the request of a user, who wanted to document the swelling in the hands of her two year old daughter -- who suffered from Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis.

And the reporting feature outputs an optimized PDF file containing a custom subset of the user's diary entries, photos, weather data, and notes. The PDF report is suitable for print or email.

ABOUT MY PAIN DIARY: CHRONIC PAIN MANAGEMENT

MPD was created to help patients track chronic pain, document triggers and remedies, and report the data to healthcare professionals. MPD is repeatedly lauded as the best pain management/tracking app in the App Store by its users.

Created and actively maintained by a chronic pain sufferer, My Pain Diary for iOS simplifies the process of keeping a pain diary and communicating the information with healthcare professionals.

Visit ChronicPainApp.com for a full list of features, the User Guide, and more.

ABOUT DAMON LYNN

'a damon lynn app' is the moniker for apps developed by, you guessed it, Damon Lynn. Damon has been involved in interactive media for the last decade. Before falling for the iPhone, Damon built a successful career in web design & development, Flash development, multimedia production and entrepreneurial innovationism. When Damon is not hard at work improving My Pain Diary, he is spending time with his family, developing casual games, and making up words like “innovationism”.

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Patients can automatically associate weather data with each entry. Photo attachments allow patients to track swelling, discoloration, and more. New Entry

MPD can automatically associate weather data with each entry. Photo attachments allow patients to track swelling, discoloration, and more.


The interactive graphs will plot the saved weather data and up to three custom pain metrics at once, allowing for comparative analysis. Graphs

The interactive graphs will plot the saved weather data and up to three custom pain metrics at once, allowing for comparative analysis.


The color-coded calendar highlights good days, bad days, and days with entries that are flagged or have associated photos or notes. History

The color-coded calendar highlights good days, bad days, and days with entries that are flagged or have associated photos or notes.