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"My clinician signed me up to Mobius.
What do I have to do?"

On Day 0, 1, 3, 7, 14 and 28 after your procedure you will receive an SMS from Mobius.

It is crucial to submit you pre procedure day 0 pain result.

All you need to do is reply with a number between 0-10 that matches your pain level at the time when you receive the message.

1 = Pain Free
10 = Worst pain imaginable

At the end of the 28 days you will receive a  copy of your pain report via SMS.

Mobius will never share your personal details, or send you spam or marketing material. You can see more on our privacy policy here

Why do I need to track my pain?

A pain scale is a tool that doctors use to help assess a person’s pain. Pain scales may be used to track effectiveness of any treatment or intervention.

Through tracking your pain you can improve communication with your doctor(s). You'll be better able to answer questions about your pain and participate more fully in your pain management.

How does Mobius help me with tracking my pain?

Mobius simplifies the process of generating your own pain diary by automatically storing your pain score at 6 key stages over the course of 28 days. It takes the pressure off you as a patient having to follow up with doctors for further treatment if necessary.

So how does it actually work?

Before your procedure you will receive a SMS  asking you to reply with your pain score - your day zero score.
Your day zero pain score is the most crucial of all the SMS to respond to. This is because it establishes the baseline against which the effectiveness of your treatment is measured.

Over the next 28 days you will receive 5 more SMS which you respond to with a number between 0-10 assessing your pain at that time.

Following your 28 day tracking program you will receive a copy of your report (also via SMS). Our system will flag if you may require further investigation and/or follow up treatment and this will be clearly marked on your report.

If you have been flagged for follow up treatment your specialist will review your case and  contact your referring clinician to discuss any further treatment (if warranted).

How do I know what to put down as my pain scale?

Always rate the intensity of your pain on a scale of 0 to 10.
0 as no pain and 10 as the worst pain imaginable.
In your SMS replies only use numbers. Text and emoticons do not register in the system.

Learn more about the Product

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fully automated platform that tracks patient pain levels
post-procedure to deliver critical clinical data in real-time.