Pain relieving FSA products

It's hard to get out of your bed, let alone take your child to soccer practice, catch up on laundry, break a sweat on the treadmill, or get through work, when you're in constant pain. Whether it's a headache, muscle pain, or another type of chronic pain, there are many ways to control and treat the pain. Pain can induce a draining psychological impact in the long term even if it does not completely inhibit your daily movements and tasks.

Here at, we provide quality products you can purchase with a Flexible Spending Account to ensure treatment for both your physical and psychological health.

What pain relieving FSA products can I buy with a Flexible Spending Account?

  1. Omron ElectroTHERAPY Pain Relief Device PRO Electrotherapy is a proven method for relieving pain in many areas - lower back, joints, arm, leg, etc. It comes with 8 preset modes, 10 levels of intensity, and also a choice for a relaxing massage.
  1. Dr. Scholl's P.R.O. Pain Relief Orthotics Dr. Scholl's P.R.O. Pain Relief Orthotics for Heel provides a combination of cushioning and arch support to diminish the jarring shock generated from each step taken. Dr. Scholl's has gender specific products to protect against heel spurs, back pain, arch pain, and arthritis.
  1. ThermaCare Air Activated Heatwraps ThermaCare is a disposable wrap that warms up on its own when exposed to air. It delivers low level, consistent heat for 8 hours to provide therapeutic relief for minor muscular and joint aches and pain associated with overexertion. They come in varying sizes for the neck and shoulder area, menstrual cramps, knee and elbow joints, and the lower back and hip area.

Also Try:

Battle Creek Ice It! ColdCOMFORT with Strap

Cara Ice Bag

TheraPearl Hot or Cold Therapy Eye Mask

Your doctor may also prescribe you one of these*:

  1. Pain Relievers - These help to reduce or relieve your pain and includes acetaminophen, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), and analgesics. When prescribed, pain relievers are FSA-eligible as well.
  2. Antidepressants - The pain-relieving effect of tricyclics appears to be distinct from the mood-boosting effect, so these drugs can be helpful even in chronic pain patients who are not depressed. Other antidepressants used to treat pain include venlafaxine ( Effexor) and duloxetine (Cymbalta).
  3. Anticonvulsants - Several drugs originally developed to treat epilepsy are also prescribed for chronic pain.
  4. Opioids - Can be very effective against chronic pain, and they can be administered in many different ways, including pills, skin patches, injections, and via implantable pumps. Many pain patients and some doctors are wary of opioids (also known as narcotics) because they have the potential to be addictive.

*In order to get reimbursed with your Flexible Spending Account, you'll need to provide a prescription for these particular products.

Get our Pain Relief Bundle to save yourself the hassle of finding pain relieving FSA products to make your pain go away. With this set, you'll be prepared for headaches, migraines, sinus pain, neck and shoulder aches and more.

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