The Ouchie app is successfully used by thousands of people to track and manage their chronic pain. It’s also a powerful platform for connecting with and getting support from fellow patients.
The team behind Ouchie recently created a new series that features the stories and perspectives of people living with chronic pain, including members of U.S. Pain. Download the app to learn more about members like Jason Schutz of the blog, “Ain’t No Shame in Chronic Pain,” who wrote a piece about the value of support groups. You can also find helpful tips and resources from clinical experts.
The mobile pain management app, Ouchie, is offering a unique opportunity for U.S. Pain Foundation volunteers. This free app, which is available for iOS and Android, gives people living with pain access to valuable resources, a supportive community, and tracking tools, and then rewards them for daily accomplishments. By selecting that you are a U.S. Pain volunteer, you can unlock even more milestones to win Amazon gift cards.
Ouchie, an official partner of the U.S. Pain Foundation, is releasing a new version of its free app for iOS and Android users next week.
The app offers people with chronic conditions a way to track their treatments, set goals, interact with a supportive community, and find resources. Users also can get rewarded for their daily accomplishments with gift cards and other prizes. The more achievements you unlock, the more prizes you can win.