The future of health:
Our experience in Chronic Pain

Chronic pain includes a wide range of health conditions from back pain and arthritis to neuropathic pain and migraines. Some other health conditions, such as cancer or multiple sclerosis, may also be associated with chronic pain.

Overall, chronic pain is estimated to concern as much as 20% of adults worldwide. 

Chronic pain represents a huge, and often underestimated, societal burden, as it impacts the capacity of people to study, work or take care of their family responsibilities. In Europe, chronic pain accounts for 60% of permanent disabilities and it is the number one reason why people seek healthcare.

We’ve worked on several projects related to chronic pain management:

Chronic Pain - Think Next
Chronic Pain - Think Next
Chronic Pain - Think Next

Our Case Studies in Chronic Pain

If you’re curious about our experience working in chronic pain, explore our case studies below & reach out to us for more information! 

Chronic pain conditions we’ve worked on: migraines, neuropathic pain, back pain, cancer pain, multiple sclerosis

Keynote: trends shaping the future patient experience

Inspiring insight teams with key trends shaping the future experience of people living with multiple sclerosis

Digital Therapeutics exploration

Scoping the Digital Therapeutics opportunity in pain management & scanning for potential partners

Unique patient insights from our patient trendscoping study

With more than 1,600 respondents with a cardiovascular condition, our Patient Trendscoping study is also a source of unique insights on patient expectations and behaviours.

At Think Next, we have a soft spot for family caregivers, as their contributions and burdens are often widely underappreciated. Our study also captures insights from 600+ respondents supporting a loved one with a cardiovascular condition.

With sizable patient groups living with conditions such as fibromyalgia, back pain, osteo-arthritis, or migraines, we can delve into the trends that resonate the most with each patient group.