If you can track it better, you can treat it better.

A Revolutionary New Way to See Your Pain

Nanolume puts sophisticated pain tracking and reporting tools in the patient’s hands with our easy-to-use mobile platform. We help patients track their pain over time visually, and then produce comprehensive reports for patients and physicians to track progress over time. By improving the frequency and accuracy of pain reporting we can improve clinical outcomes for chronic pain patients, including those with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome.

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Nanolume

A Revolutionary New Way to See Your Pain

Nanolume is designed to help patients see and track their pain over time, putting sophisticated research tools into their hands in an easy-to-read and use application. Nanolume tracks fourteen different kinds of pain over time, including the frequency, intensity, and where on the body a patient is feeling the pain. It then combines this information into a report that the patient or their physician can use to help guide them through clinical options and treatment planning.

Improving data tracking and reporting for chronic pain patients

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How It Works

Nanolume is more than a pain diary. It combines sophisticated tracking and reporting tools and puts them in the hands of the patient, so they can see their pain visually and interact with the data. We want to empower patients to be active contributors to their care, and to improve the accuracy of the information they provide to their physicians. Keeping track of the intensity, location, and surface area of each type of pain you feel can be challenging. If you can’t describe or remember what you feel to your doctor or healthcare providers, you might not get the appropriate diagnosis. Nanolume changes that and helps you track your pain more effectively and efficiently.

Features Of Nanolume

Nanolume makes it easier for you and your care team to track and monitor pain.

App Features

Smart Features

Pain Types

Nanolume can track simple or complex types of persistent pain. We help you sort out, understand, and communicate precisely what types of pain you are feeling.

Pain Location

Using an easy-to-understand visual model, you can outline where each pain type is located. The app allows you to layer multiple types of pain in any location.

Pain Intensity

A convenient slider allows you to dial in the intensity of each type of pain you feel. Unlimited event reporting can reveal changes with treatment or time.

Pain Coverage

The app calculates how much of the body’s surface is experiencing pain and tracks how the surface area of each pain type changes with time or treatment.

App Features

Smart Features

Pain Types

Nanolume can track simple or complex types of persistent pain. We help you sort out, understand, and communicate precisely what types of pain you are feeling.

Pain Intensity

A convenient slider allows you to dial in the intensity of each type of pain you feel. Unlimited event reporting can reveal changes with treatment or time.

Pain Location

Using an easy-to-understand visual model, you can outline where each pain type is located. The app allows you to layer multiple types of pain in any location.

Pain Coverage

The app calculates how much of the body’s surface is experiencing pain and tracks how the surface area of each pain type changes with time or treatment.

Pain Types

Aching

Aching

A dull, heavy, hurting-type of soreness.

Allodynia

Allodynia

An unusual skin-sensitivity to light touch or vibrations.

Burning

Burning

A fiery, blistering, broiling, or searing pain.

Cutting

Cutting

A sharp, tearing, or lacerating pain.

Freezing

Freezing

A shivering, bone-chilling, or ice-cold sensation.

Shooting

Shooting

A flash of pain that travels across or down a body region.

Squeezing

Squeezing

A pinching, compressing, crushing, spasm- like, or squashing pain.

Stabbing

Stabbing

A prickling, boring, drilling, knife-like, or lancinating pain.

Stiffness

Stiffness

An inability to move a joint or muscle due to tightness or poor flexibility.

Stinging

Stinging

A sharp, pinching, pins-and-needles pain.

Stretching

Stretching

A pulling, twisting, tugging pain.

Throbbing

Throbbing

A grabbing, pulling, twisting, tugging, or wrenching pain.

Tingling

Tingling

An itchy, pins-and-needles, or stinging pain.

Custom

Custom

Up to 3 user-defined pain types.

About Nanolume

An app designed specifically for chronic pain patients

Who Designed the App?

Nanolume was designed by a team of programmers and board-certified pain management physicians designed to make pain tracking and reporting easier for chronic pain patients.

Where is Nanolume Available?

Nanolume is currently able to be downloaded on both the apple and google app stores and is functional on nearly all iPhone and Android phone platforms.

How much does Nanolume cost?

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Client Testimonials

Listen To What Our Clients Say

Real testimonials from real chronic pain patients who downloaded our app from the app stores. See how our tool has helped them track and report their pain, taking control in a way they never thought possible.

Review By Nonnina A.

Awesome App Best tool for tracking pain I absolutely love this App. I’ve used other pain tracker apps but none compares to this one. The detailed information is very helpful to your physician. Medication adjustments can be tailored to your specific need. No other app has been so beneficial to my needs.

Review By Kelli B.

This has changed my life. No more keeping a messy notebook and trying to describe my pain everyday in an effort to just make doctors understand so they’ll help me (which has been failing for the past 3 years since this started).

Review By Sharon M.

This is the first health app I have found that does not violate HIPPA protections. I recommend it for people with chronic pain. It helps me keep track of my pain cycle and pinpoint the areas that are problematic

Review By Kate W.  

Fantastic app! My doctors find it very, very helpful and it’s very easy to add entries on the fly. My only suggestion is to make the playback feature switch automatically between front and back views. It’s confusing to the doctor when an entry appears blank because it’s on the other side.