Chronic Pain Management App Given Top Award

June 24, 2013
Manage My Pain for Android has helped thousands record, track, analyze, and share their pain with doctors, insurance companies, and disability claims.
ManagingLife was recognized with a "Gold" award for its popular chronic pain management app for Android, Manage My Pain, at the Winter/Spring 2013 Web Health Awards. It is the second year in a row that Manage My Pain has been honoured with an award, and the first time that it has received "Gold".

The Web Health Awards judges are distinguished experts in digital health media and evaluated hundreds of entries for content, design, creativity, and user experience. The app's ability to be fully customized for any pain condition sets it apart, allowing it to serve as a migraine app, fibromyalgia app, or even a back pain app.

"It is truly inspiring to be given the top award in the 2013 Web Health Awards competition," said Michelle Janmohamed, Vice President, ManagingLife. "Our team is really excited about the award and is motivated to take it one step further with the upcoming launch of our new advanced reports."

Since September 2011, Manage My Pain for Android has helped thousands of pain sufferers better understand their symptoms and provide evidence of their pain for their doctors, insurance providers or government agencies to support disability claims. Manage My Pain Pro or Manage My Pain Lite can be downloaded from either Google Play or the Amazon Appstore.

About ManagingLife
ManagingLife is a privately held Corporation based in Toronto, Canada that develops mobile self-management technologies for people suffering with chronic pain conditions.

About the Web Health Awards
In its 14th year, the goal of the Web Health Awards is to recognize high-quality digital health resources for consumers and health professionals. The awards program is organized by the Health Information Resource Center[sm] (HIRC), a 19-year old clearinghouse for professionals who work in consumer health fields.

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