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Did You Know You Can Use Your FSA To Pay for Stem Cell Therapy, Trigger Point Injections, and PRP?

Do you have aches and pains from an old injury or disease? Or perhaps you have a recent injury or condition that is giving you trouble. If so, you may be able to benefit from regenerative therapy, an advanced field of medicine that aims to restore the structure and functionality of damaged tissues and organs.

What’s more, you may be able to use your flexible spending account (FSA) to cover the costs of these treatments. These cutting-edge treatments can help reduce pain and enable you to recover from injuries and chronic problems quickly.  

At New Hampshire Regenerative Center LLC in Manchester, New Hampshire, our highly trained team of chiropractors and care providers offer regenerative medicine and wellness clinics for patients throughout New Hampshire.

We want to help you feel your best during the holiday season and in the new year. Read on to learn more about using your FSA to pay for regenerative treatments, such as stem cell therapy, trigger point injections, and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) injections.

What is an FSA?

Flexible spending accounts are offered as a benefit by some employers, and they come with distinct tax advantages. You fund the account with pre-tax money deducted from your paycheck. You’re then able to use these funds to pay for different wellness and medical expenses.  

What expenses are covered by an FSA?

The IRS defines eligible medical care as any service or product that helps diagnose, treat, or prevent any type of illness or disease. You can use your FSA to pay for any medical expenses that fall into this category. There are some rules to be aware of, however.

You can use your FSA to pay for medical treatment as long as the expense is not eligible for reimbursement from your insurance company. In addition, you must use up the FSA funds within the plan year in which you set aside the money. Some employers allow a partial rollover, so be sure to read your explanation of benefits carefully. 

How can I use FSA funds to pay for regenerative treatments? 

Most regenerative treatments qualify for FSA payments. However, sometimes a document called a letter of medical necessity — which outlines how regenerative medicine will treat your issue and how long its effects will last — may be required by your benefits coordinator. If this is the case, a member of our team can provide this letter.

Learning more about FSAs and regenerative medicine

At New Hampshire Regenerative Center LLC, you will receive individualized care plans designed to treat your specific concerns. Our caring providers can help you with a wide variety of conditions and help relieve chronic pain through our expert use of regenerative treatments. We’ll also walk you through how to use your FSA to pay for treatment.

If you're ready to say goodbye to aches and pains this winter, regenerative medicine could be the solution you’ve been looking for. At New Hampshire Regenerative Center LLC, our care providers approach your care holistically and individually. Book an appointment online or over the phone to learn more.

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