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Damon Lynn, chronic pain sufferer and creator of My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain Management (MPD) for iOS has released the results of a his latest in-app survey. In order to get a better understanding of the iPhone app’s usage in the wild, an optional survey was presented to users asking them what chronic conditions they are tracking with MPD.
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The survey was distributed via an in-app messaging system which allows the developer to communicate with the users of My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain Management for iPhone.
Key findings from the survey: *
42% of users are tracking Back Pain
40% of users are tracking Migraines or Headaches.
38% of users are tracking Fibromyalgia.
59% of users are tracking more than one chronic condition.
15% of users are tracking more five or more chronic conditions.
Users report tracking over 60 distinct chronic conditions!
As the survey matures, results will be posted to http://www.facebook.com/damonapps, the official MPD Facebook page.
About My Pain Diary:
‘My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain Management’ (MPD) is a patient-targeted iOS app created to help sufferers of chronic pain track their pain and communicate with their doctors. MPD has innovative features such as weather tracking and pain plotting, and is versatile enough to track multiple chronic condition.
About Damon Lynn:
Damon is a chronic pain patient with over a decade of interactive design and development experience. Before falling for the iPhone, Damon built a successful career in web design & development, Flash development, multimedia production and entrepreneurial innovationism. When Damon is not hard at work improving My Pain Diary, he is spending time with his family, developing casual games, and making up words like “innovationism”.
Visit ChronicPainApp.com for a full list of features, user testimonials, and more.
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