Manage My Pain app

An app for people with pain wanting to keep track of their symptoms and triggers.

ManageMy Pain   By Managing Life
  • Symptom diary
  • Daily reminders to log data
  • Graphs and reporting
  • Requires upgrade for more features

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Security and privacy  Does the app:
  • collect medical information? Yes
  • require a login? Yes
  • have password protection? Yes
  • have a privacy policy? Yes
  • require internet access? No
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Lite version is free. A paid upgrade to Pro is required. Learn more about app charges.

What does the app do?

This app allows you to keep track of your pain by recording its intensity, location, associated symptoms, description, aggravating factors, ineffective factors, alleviating factors, duration and environment. You can also keep a record of your medications and meaningful daily activities ('what did you do that mattered to you today?'). For a more detailed description of the app, see Google Play or App website and for a detailed review, see Reviews.

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✔ Easy to navigate.

✔ Clear interface.

✔ Useful tool for self-reporting of your condition.

✔ Useful documentation to use in conjunction with specialist review as a summary of symptoms.

✔ Helpful user guide available.

✘ Does not include education or information on pain and its management.

✘ Advanced versions are not free.

✘ Comprehensive reports cost extra.

Review details

  • March 2022, Version 3.85.2263 “Lite”, Apple
  • November 2017, Version: 2.69, Android

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  1. Rahman QA, Janmohamed T, Pirbaglou M, et al. Patterns of User Engagement With the Mobile App, Manage My Pain: Results of a Data Mining Investigation. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 2017 Jul 12;5(7):e96. 
  2. Chaudhry BM. No gain without pain: using pain tracking mobile Apps. Mhealth. 2016 Jul 4;2:27. 
  3. Lalloo C, Jibb LA, Rivera J, et al. "There's a Pain App for That": Review of Patient-targeted Smartphone Applications for Pain Management. Clin J Pain. 2015 Jun;31(6):557-63. 
  4. Wallace LS, Dhingra LK. A systematic review of smartphone applications for chronic pain available for download in the United States. J Opioid Manag. 2014 Jan-Feb;10(1):63-8.  

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Credits: Health Navigator Editorial Team. Reviewed By: Zoe Lahood, Senior House Officer, Hutt Valley DHB, NZ Last reviewed: 23 Mar 2022