Dealing with chronic pain can be difficult and many things can affect your pain. The American Chronic Pain Association Pain Logs App can help you track the everyday habits and activities that impact your pain or opioid induced constipation (OIC) you may be experiencing.
The ACPA Pain Logs App was created by the American Chronic Pain Association to track, manage, and report on pain and OIC symptoms.
*Keep a Pain Log & OIC Log*
Stress, sleep, money worries, and side effects of medication can affect your level of pain day to day. Answer a few short questions in the Pain and OIC Logs to see patterns or pain triggers over time.
If you are taking an opioid and having trouble with opioid induced constipation, use the OIC tool before you go to your next appointment. Start a discussion with your healthcare provider (HCP) by tracking symptoms to help you and your HCP create the best course of treatment. Continue using the logs to track symptoms and behaviors that impact your OIC.
Two logs in one! Track OIC symptoms and chronic pain symptoms in the ACPA Pain Logs App!
Track OIC side effects
Track pain triggers or symptoms
Email or print a report for yourself and your healthcare professional
Monitor changes in your pain and symptoms over time
Customize notification settings
View historical data & progress charts
The logs also synchronize with theacpa.org website - update your log on desktop or mobile!
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Doesn’t let you register or login and the tracking tools don’t work
Not working sadly. Downloaded it. But it won’t let me login nor register. I went to the website to register just in case that was the issue. Still no go. I am up to date on my iphone’s OS updates as of this review. I am disappointed because the acpa has some nice paper-based tracking forms and I was hoping to have a digital version. That would be great. Please fix.
Won’t let you register or login, which is required to actually track pain. The website is similarly problematic—the pain tracker says you have to register to save info (even when you’re already logged into the main website) and then it won’t let you actually register. Extremely disappointing
1. Requires registration, why? Just store data locally. No one wants to put their medical data in the cloud
2. The app crashed when I tried to create an account anyway, with no error, just hung on creating account
- The American Chronic Pain Association, Inc.
- 13.4 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- © Copyright American Chronic Pain Association 2017
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.