Curable Pain Relief for Android
More About Curable Pain Relief App
Curable Pain Relief Description: Take control over chronic pain with the Curable app. Our step-by-step program will help you learn what is happening in your body and apply practical tools to reverse the cycle of pain. Let our smart coach, Clara, guide you through the latest developments in pain science with fun, easy-to-understand audio lessons. Identify, target, and eliminate the factors that are keeping your pain “stuck” through a series of guided, evidence-based exercises. Curable is a new type of chronic pain app, helping you to retrain your brain and nervous system for long-term results.
What you can do in the app:
-Learn about the neuroscience of pain through engaging audio lessons
-Reduce hypervigilence and fear of pain through practical, easy-to-apply techniques
-Optimize your nervous system to handle flare-ups more effectively with the “Panic Button"
-Calm your mind and body with guided meditations and visualizations specifically designed to target pain factors
-Reprocess strong emotions and life events that may have contributed to the development of pain
-Listen to interviews with physicians, pain scientists, and other experts
-Create a practical plan for re-incorporating joy and movement into your life
-Gain a new perspective on your symptoms and their significance through cognitive reframing
-Customize your experience by providing ongoing feedback to your smart coach, Clara
-Find inspiration, motivation, and support within our private community
The Curable program is evidence-based, and is recommended by physicians, physical therapists, and pain psychologists all over the world. It can be an important part of a treatment plan for migraine, fibromyalgia, neck & shoulder pain, back pain, sciatica, nerve pain, foot pain, hip pain, knee pain, RSI, hand and wrist pain, and more. 70% of Curable users experience some degree of relief in physical symptoms after just 30 days in the program.
Learn through engaging audio lessons that explain the neuroscience of pain as it applies to different aspects of life:
• People Pleasing
• Self Esteem
• Major Life Events
• Childhood Stress
• The Stress of Pain
Retrain your brain to lessen the experience of pain through exercises of meditation, reflection, writing, CBT, and visualizations. For stories of recovery from real users, please read our reviews. To learn more about our approach, check out our podcast on iTunes: “Like Mind, Like Body."
IN THE PRESS:
"Very rarely, an app comes along that changes your life. I want to tell you about such an app, and how it changed mine.”
-Jon Evans, TechCrunch, ‘Curing the Incurable'
“A multidisciplinary pain program at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota for treatment very similar to what Curable does (but in-person) costs $40,000.” -BizWest, 'App may change way patients, physicians approach chronic pain'
On "The Mighty":
'13 Favorite Apps for People With Chronic Conditions'
and '16 Products People With Chronic Pain Swear by That Fit in Your Purse'
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SUBSCRIPTION PRICING & TERMS
Curable offers the following auto-renewing subscriptions:
1 month: $14.99
1 year: $119.99
This price is for US customers. Pricing in other countries will be converted to your local currency depending on your country of residence.
Your subscription will automatically renew unless your subscription is canceled at least 24 hrs before the end of the current period. To manage your subscription go to your Google Play store and to Subscriptions.
Curable also offers a Lifetime subscription which is paid for by a one-time upfront payment of $299.99 for unlimited access to the Curable app.
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What's New in Curable Pain Relief 5.0.6 >
New! Curable is now the ONLY app with Pain Reprocessing Therapy.
Enjoy 6 exclusive step-by-step exercises guided by Alan Gordon, LCSW, the creator of PRT. A new randomized clinical trial published by four members of Curable's Scientific Advisory Board showed significant results for chronic pain patients who used PRT. In the study, 66% of participants in the PRT group were pain-free or nearly pain-free at post-treatment (vs. 20% in the placebo group, 10% in the usual standard of care group).