Disclaimer: Painaustralia aims to provide consumers with information about pain management options. The listing of pain therapies, programs and resources on our website is not an endorsement of these options. Individuals should consult with their clinician about the best options for their pain management.
Curable - The Curable app provides evidence-based chronic pain lessons in your pocket. It uses a combination of pain science education and research-backed techniques to address pain from every angle. The program helps you connect the dots between what’s happening in your brain, in your body, and in your life, to get a full picture of what's causing your symptoms and how to relieve them.
Pain Diary – CatchMyPain PRO
This pain diary will help you keep your medical health records in one place; track your pain, diagnosis and symptoms; and share the information with your doctor.
Using Recognise™ has been shown to reduce pain, improve performance and assist with rehabilitation in a range of complex pain, and injury states, when used as part of a Graded Motor Imagery programme.
The Protectometer helps you deeply understand your pain and discover all the many factors (often surprising things) that contribute to why you hurt
Virtual pharmacist helps you use medication safely, effectively and on-time
A unique web and app-based program developed by psychologists and educators to help you look after your mental health
Guided meditations suitable for all levels from Headspace. Meditation can help improve your focus, exercise mindful awareness, relieve anxiety and reduce stress
Insight Timer for Meditation
Helps with sleeping, dealing with anxiety and stress and overcoming addictions
Information about osteoarthritis and help with self-management
Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker
MyFitnessPal will help you count your calories and lose weight, which can help with some pain conditions
Video demonstrations and audio instructions for three predefined routines
100+ yoga meditation classes plus varied programs that suit all levels
Record the number of steps you have walked to help motivate you with exercise