Chronic Vein Pain? Make The Most of Your FSA Balance

Start off 2016 pain-free by using your remaining 2015 FSA savings to schedule that chronic vein pain treatment you’ve been putting off.

The new year is just around the corner. If you have a health Flexible Spending Account (FSA), it’s time to check your balance and start thinking about how you can use, not lose, the money you’ve put into your account.

With the introduction of minimally invasive, non-surgical vein pain treatment procedures, you could be pain-free (with little down time and almost immediate pain relief) before the end of the year.

If you’ve been considering any of the following procedures, you now have a very important motivator to schedule your appointment: money.

☤ Sclerotherapy
☤ Microsclerotherapy
☤ Laser Surgery
☤ Endovenous Ablation Therapy
☤ Endoscopic Vein Surgery
☤ Ambulatory Phlebectomy

Medical facilities typically experience a heavy demand for procedures toward the end of the year as patients try to maximize their benefits, so the sooner you schedule your appointment, the better.

The fact that your procedure may be of little or no cost to you could be just the motivation you need to take care of those nagging aches and pains.  You don’t need to wait to schedule your non-surgical, minimally invasive vein pain treatments, such as Endovenous Laser Therapy (EVLT), Ambulatory (micro) Phlebectomy, or Sclerotherapy.

Take action now. Make the most of your benefits and make the most of the funds that are just waiting to relieve your vein pain this year. Start off 2016 without vein pain.