PainScan is a digital health solution that automates pain assessment to improve the accuracy of pain diagnosis. The PainScan Exam results in a collaborative process between doctor and patient with both participants working together during a physical exam. The shared experience of generating the pain map ensures that the doctor and patient are both on the same page, sharing the same understanding of the full pain picture, and validating the patient’s pain experience.

PainScan lets doctors see what their patients feel.

Measuring and Mapping Pain Intensity onto a 3D Image of the Human Body

PainScan Product with Camera Field of View Shown:
  • Clinician conducts PainScan Exam using palpation (touch) to isolate patient’s pain.
  • Computer vision with Machine Learning captures palpation locations on patient’s body in 3D space.
  • Patient uses PainGrip to silently express pain level.

PainScan Clinician Glove

Glove captures amount of pressure and duration of touch at each touch location.

PainGrip

Clinical Example

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The patient and doctor are then provided a 3D version of the Painscan Report which can also be shared with other doctors and specialists, similar to sharing X-rays. However, PainScan Exams are non-invasive and non-radiological. Just as X-rays made bones visible, PainScan makes pain visible.

Patient Self-Report showing focal upper back pain

PainScan Report showing wider pain distribution than reported

Post-Treatment PainScan Report showing significant pain resolution after therapy