But before we get into our top pick, you should be aware that a systematic review of over 220 pain management apps revealed that there is little involvement from healthcare professionals in the development of these types of apps. To be clear this doesn’t mean that they are useless but the information and feedback they provide should be discussed and used in conjunction with your doctor’s advice. But enough about the health warnings, let’s get into our review of the top pain management apps you can use to help manage chronic pain.
1. Chronic Pain Tracker Lite
2. My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain And Symptom Tracker
Available through the Apple Store, My Pain Diary makes it easier to track your chronic pain symptoms and get a sense for what is bothering you. Very well reviewed by those who use it, you can get information on a range of different things including fibro, lupus, arthritis, back pain, anxiety, depression, and more. Take control of your chronic pain by gaining the knowledge you need to make more informed and accurate decisions.
3. WebMD Pain Coach