Ouchie: the mobile solution for chronic pain management

The app for chronic pain management.


Why Ouchie?

If you’re one of the 120+ million people who live with chronic pain, you’re not alone. 💪

Use the Ouchie app to take control of your chronic pain through sound data and social support. It was created for pain patients by pain patients, with input from best-in-class doctors and specialists.

Ouchie is a free app for users, and our mission is simple: We want to help you find a way to feel better, faster.

What We Do

Ouchie is fun to use, and effective! Over 85% of users felt more in control of their pain after using Ouchie for just one month.


Just about everyone feels some pain from time to time. When you cut yourself shaving or pull a muscle while working out, pain is your body's way of telling you something is not totally right. Once the injury heals, you stop hurting.

But chronic pain is different. Your body continues to hurt for weeks, months, or even years after the injury. Doctors often define chronic pain as any pain that lasts for 3-6+ months.

Chronic pain can have real effects on your day-to-day life and your mental health.

If you live with back pain, neck pain, knee pain, migraines, fibromyalgia, CRPS, Crohn's Disease, lupus, nerve pain related to sciatica, or more, Ouchie’s mission is to help you find a way to best self-manage. You’re not alone. Join thousands of others from around the globe in the Ouchie community, where you can:



…what hurts and what treatments work, your pain level, mood, sleep patterns, medication usage, accomplishments, challenges, goals, and more. Create your personalized journey and set the privacy levels to share as much or as little as you want. Self management has been shown to improve results and reduce unnecessary office visits and hospitalization.


…with doctors, resources, and fellow patients. The app has a fun and engaging community to help you manage your pain through empowerment and support. Pain is serious, but we don’t have to be! Reduced isolation and peer confirmation can improve adoption and adherence.


…what you can do, what's being researched, and where to go. We partner with leaders in the pain management space and provide access to trusted, of-the-moment resources and articles, directing you to meditations, support groups, exercises and stretches, meal plans, new treatment options, research, and more. Shared decision making often increases rates of compliance with treatment regimens.


…gift cards and other rewards for recording your progress, supporting others, reaching goals, and unlocking achievements. Celebrate your accomplishments. Ouchie is all about recognizing daily efforts! Studies consistently demonstrate that reward-based programs lead to better outcomes.

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Can’t live without it!

Ouchie is one of the first apps I go on in the morning. And periodically throughout the day. The sense of community they’ve created is fantastic! I also really love their well curated content. It’s always just what I need to feel better! This is a must download for anyone with any sort of chronic pain.

red rocker, iOS App Store review



I am currently checking in most days on this app. Helps me track what I am feeling and why. Love the pain scale slider!

Molly, Google Play review



A game changer in pain management!!

I’ve been using Ouchie to help with my terrible back pain and it’s been such a great resource. I can finally easily record my pain levels and talk to people who understand and have experience the same pain. I recommend this to anyone who is looking for an effective way to help cope with their pain!

sMA9898, iOS App Store review


Love this app. Helps me not feel so isolated in my pain. Also the support team is AMAZING!! They respond to emails within a few hours at most and are so polite and helpful.

Amber, Google Play review



Huge Help

Getting support and advice from others has been valuable in my treatment for migraines. Highly recommend it for others who are suffering. Plus, you can find real experts on there so you're not going to a million places for answers.

srothchild, iOS App Store review



Often the conditions we treat are chronic and these conditions can have very small incremental changes. When patients have gone through this, it helps them to know there’s a light at the end of the tunnel.
Ouchie provides that.
— Dr. Neel Mehta, Director of Pain Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical Center

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