Headache & Migraine Tracker for iPhone and iPod Touch Now Available for Download
Columbus, OH, Feb 07, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
DamoLab LLC, announces the release of Headache & Migraine Tracker for iPhone and iPod touch. Being based on the award-winning My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain Management means that Headache & Migraine Tracker will be easy to use, flexible and powerful. The developer has a track record of building quality apps and providing exceptional customer service.
Headache & Migraine Tracker, a free download, makes it easy to keep a record of your chronic headaches, cluster headaches, and migraines to provide your doctors with professional reports that they can use to provide better care.
With just a few taps, patients can identify several pain metrics including pain type, triggers, associated symptoms, remedies, pain duration and the location of the headache on a graphic of a head named the Head Map.
Current local weather data is automatically saved with each entry and can be graphed against any pain metric to help patients and doctors visualize and analyze the data for trends, patterns and correlations.
This app was painstakingly crafted to allow for ease of use, even in the midst of a bad headache.
An early review of Headache & Migraine Tracker praises the apps efficacy. "... I am really impressed by how well it works, that you can download pdfs of your history and summary for your records, plus how easy it is to use."
Promotional Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch v=Gt1tvdiWknU
Press Kit: http://chronicpainapp.com/media.php
Availability: February 7 2013
ABOUT HEADACHE & MIGRAINE TRACKER
Headache & Migraine Tracker is a specialized version of the Award-Winning My Pain Diary (search for it on the App Store) - configured for headache tracking with additional features such as a Head Map, Duration and Symptoms.
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.
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