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SOURCE: DamoLab, LLC
A new video released by DamoLab LLC shows ease of use and flexibility of pain tracking with My Pain Diary HD for iPad.
Columbus, Ohio (PRWEB) November 30, 2012
DamoLab LLC has published an instructional video: Getting Started with My Pain Diary HD for iPad. In this video, Damon Lynn -- the app's developer -- walks through creation of pain diary entries while showing off the interface and features that help chronic pain patients track and report their pain and symptoms.
In the video, Damon tracks his RSD/CRPS and a headache, highlighting the app's flexibility and ease of use. Highlighted features include weather tracking, photo attachments, and 'Color Flags' -- which make it easy to track multiple chronic conditions with one app.
The video is intended to supplement the app's User Guide and will be included in the next app update.
"I want to help my users get the most from this app. Even patients that are experienced with the app should watch the video to ensure they are using the app to its fullest.", says Damon.
ABOUT DAMOLAB LLC
Based in Ohio and consisting of just one member, DamoLab LLC develops innovative chronic pain tracking and reporting solutions for mobile devices.
ABOUT MY PAIN DIARY
My Pain Diary (MPD) is an award-winning iPhone and iPad app developed to eliminate some of the overhead in keeping a pain diary and communicating the information to healthcare professionals.
MPD takes the traditional practice of documenting the severity and frequency of one's pain and marries it with the iPhone and iPad, taking full advantage of the technology therein. Popular features include live weather tracking and PDF doctor’s reports.
Visit ChronicPainApp.com for a full list of features, user reviews, and more.
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