We live in a conceptual age where  data and information is abundant and time is scarce.

With our insanely busy schedules we require data and information to be collected and immediately transformed into ‘Glance-able‘ knowledge.

We need  a form of communication that is equivalent to an instant download.  No doubt that a well-made info-graphic can combine facts and statistics, but few are works of art capable of making an impact.    Even the best info-graphics can be overwhelming and what is glanced upon today is forgotten tomorrow.

When we built Navigate Pain we aimed for simplicity.  In the end we created a platform that transforms patient data into Glance-able knowledge.   So too should our Blog.

So here you will find 

concepts, ideas and impressions…

as drawn from scientists and clinical professionals.

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I still remember some of the first pain maps we recorded.  My good friend and colleague and our Master of Science physiotherapy students recorded   pain drawings from individuals with chronic idiopathic pain.  The results were amazing and I was totally mesmerized.

The drawings represented more than marked locations of pain.  There was astonishing precision and detail.  The pain drawings were undiscovered maps waiting to be explored and  it was more than we expected.

Here you will find content inspired from scientific and clinical findings as related to digital body mapping.  You will also find tips and advice on how to use the digital mapping software – Navigate Pain.

“I will  share with you ideas on how to convey the knowledge gained from digital body mapping,  as a scientist,  as a medical professional, and simply just as me – a curious mind.” – Shellie A. Boudreau

Shellie Boudreau
Shellie Boudreau, CEO,  Aglance Solutions
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