Pain Measurement, Evolved
Meet Your 3D Digital Twin
Vivid, accurate representation of pain patterns and intensity.
Doesn’t even tell you where it hurts
is stuck in the past
Doctors need a way to see their patients’ pain to better treat it
Patients need their pain to be understood by their doctors
Pain has never
Looked like this
A Helping Hand:
PainScan augments a clinician’s abilities to strategically perform and document
the physical exam by leveraging medical expert and big data contributions
Pain Assessment Over Time
40% – 80% of chronic pain
One billion people worldwide and 50 million in the US
suffer from chronic pain
Pain is the #1 reason for medical visits
with a $635B annual cost in the U.S.
70% of people impacted by chronic pain are women; however women are less likely to receive treatment
Chronic pain disparately impacts people of color, the elderly, and rural community members.
‘Medical Gaslighting’ – Women more often feel their pain is not validated by their healthcare providers.
‘I learned the hard lesson that doctors often erred on the side of disbelief when they couldn’t see something plainly.’
Laura Kiesel, Writer
One of the biggest pain points for patients is having to “tell their story over and over and over again.”
Christina Farr, Health-Tech Investor
National Science Foundation SBIR Phase I Recipient
$256,000 Non-Dilutive Funding 2021-2022
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