Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) December 04, 2012
Life Control Software, Inc., a leading provider of smartphone software for chronic pain management, today launched powerful new pain management tools for its popular Android app, Manage My Pain.
The new features are available through ManagingLife.com, a free, cloud-based companion website that seamlessly synchronizes user information with their Manage My Pain account.
Improved Chronic Pain Management Features
- Track pain using a powerfully customizable, simple entry screen
- Sync with the cloud to safe-keep records and to keep all devices up-to-date
- Receive insight through statistics, charts, graphs, and calendar views
- Create evidence-based reports for diagnosis, treatment, and claims
“Charts, graphs and calendars let me see my history at a glance, which is so important to understanding how daily activities like driving and sitting increase my pain levels,” said Cindy R., chronic pain sufferer. “I now have reports and summaries to print out for my doctor and lawyer that show exactly what is happening with my health.”
“Manage My Pain transforms how people manage their chronic pain,” said Michelle Janmohamed, Vice President, Life Control Software. “With a smartphone and secure web account, people suffering from chronic pain conditions like fibromyalgia, arthritis, and migraines can track, analyze, and share their pain information.”
Since September 2011, Manage My Pain has helped thousands of pain sufferers better understand their symptoms and provide evidence of their pain for their doctors, insurance providers or government agencies.
“We are thrilled to be the highest-rated pain management app on the Google Play store,” said Janmohamed. “With the launch of our new website and the cloud-based synchronization feature, we’re giving pain sufferers even more ways to manage their conditions.”
Download Manage My Pain Pro for Android or Manage My Pain Lite for Android
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About Life Control Software, Inc.
Life Control Software is a privately-held Corporation based in Toronto, Canada that develops mobile self-management technologies for people suffering with chronic pain conditions.