by Terry S.
Thank You for making the effort to learn more about the FibroTrack online fibromyalgia management system. FibroTrack is designed to aid the fibromyalgia patient through facilitating the process of engaging in an effective ongoing self-management effort with the objective of developing an individually tailored multi-dimensional treatment approach.
The reporting features built into FibroTrack serve the critical purpose of helping the user to correlate treatment actions to symptoms for the purpose of determining which treatment efforts are most effective.
The system features many different types of reports and the user may defined their own custom reports. Reports can be defined over any time range the user desires. Reports can help the FibroTrack user in measuring symptom progress, identifying which symptom are experienced with the greatest frequency and which symptoms bring the worst severity. The video below reviews the reporting functions inside FibroTrack, please take the time to watch the video so you can gain a deeper understanding of how FibroTrack may be able to empower your fibromyalgia treatment efforts!
Many of the reports built into the FibroTrack system have “drill down” functionality meaning that elements inside the report can be clicked and expanded. This enables deeper evaluation and analysis making it easier to gain fresh perspectives. FibroTrack users also can choose to share access to their reports within the system with their doctors, other care team members and support group members.
The ability to review detailed symptoms data in multiple formats and to share this information can be very effective in helping to identify how symptoms may be interacting, noting triggering events and most importantly being able to measure the direct effectiveness of specific treatment actions.
After over 18 months in design and development, the FibroTrack system is finally complete and ready to help you improve your fibromyalgia treatment efforts!
If you think FibroTrack may be useful in your efforts to better manage fibromyalgia, please click the FibroTrack logo below to learn more about FibroTrack. We are offering HUGE discounts for a limited time only during our special “Launch Offer” promotion. This pricing will only be available to the first 500 people to sign up for FibroTrack. PLEASE – if this is interesting to you, if you think FibroTrack may be able to help you, do not delay and miss out on the launch offer pricing! Click the logo below to learn more about the FibroTrack system.
FibroTrack has been specifically designed to aid patients with fibromyalgia in maximizing their treatment efforts. Why not check out for yourself how FibroTrack may be able to help you figure out what really works – for you as an individual!
Please click the FibroTrack Logo below to learn more about FibroTrack!
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