You will receive a fully functional Pain Meter. It has been developed with attention to detail with a large viewing screen of the electronic dial guage. The device includes a numerical scale of 0-100 with an audible beep to indicate when 100 is reached. There are also emoji faces to match the numerical scale. Within the settings, there are two differing sensitivities: normal and high. There is also an auto shut-off function to help preserve battery life.

The order to the factory has been placed Nov 27th, 2020 and the Pain Meters are expected to be shipped to all the ‘backers’ in the next 4-6 weeks.

Because this is a brand new concept for measuring a patient’s sensory experience, the instructions on the use of the device have not been robustly developed. Jerome Fryer has been using the device for 12 months and he has developed his own strategies which he can share. But as more and more practitioners use the device, more and more elaborate instructions will naturally develop. Currently, there has not been any science conducted with the device. However, we believe this will likely change soon.