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CarpalAID may be covered by your private insurance carrier as well as State Worker’s Compensation Insurance programs for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment.

CarpalAID is coded for Reimbursement. There is an NDC number at the back of the product.

Filling a prescription at a retail pharmacy

If you are trying to fill the prescription at your retail pharmacy, you need to follow the below steps:

Using your pharmacy benefits through your Insurance

  • Take your insurance card to the pharmacy counter.
  • The pharmacist will process your card and inform you of your co-pay.

Using your FSA / HSA Cards

  • Take your FSA (Flexible Spending Account) Card or HSA (Health Spending Account) Card to the pharmacy counter.
  • The pharmacist will process will process according to the guidelines of your company program.

In order for the product to be reimbursed, a prescription is needed.

Prescription should include:

  • Patient’s Name
  • Indicate the hand suffering from Carpal Tunnel (“Right Hand”, “Left Hand”, or “Bilateral”)
  • Make sure they put “For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome”
  • Your Doctor’s Signature

Alternatively, patients can take the prescription, the receipt for the product, their practitioner’s bill and file a claim with their insurance provider. See the example below.

Click here to download the generic for Claim Form. Click here.

Retail Packaging

6 Large Hand Patches

12 Large Hand Patches

20 Large Hand Patches

6 Small Hand Patches

12 Small Hand Patches

20 Small Hand Patches
CarpalAID may be covered by your corporate insurance carrier as well as State Worker’s Compensation Insurance programs for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment.CarpalAID is coded for Reimbursement. There is an NDC number at the back of the product.

Corporate Small Pack

Corporate Large Pack

Filing a Claim with your Corporate Insurance or State Worker’s Compensation

Employee can file a claim with the Insurance Company or State Worker’s Compensation.

  • 1. Get a prescription from you Medical Professional (Doctor, Hand Therapist, Chiropractor, Occupational Therapist, Obstetricians, Neurologist, and Physiatrists) indicating CARPALAID for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

If you have been diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome, most personal physicians will write a prescription based on your last visit. Call your doctor and ask them to send you a prescription by mail, email it to you or fax it so you can file it with your claim. Alternatively, you can pick up the prescription from your doctor’s office.

Your Prescription need to contain the following:

  • Your Name
  • Indicate the hand suffering from Carpal Tunnel (“Right Hand”, “Left Hand”, or “Bilateral”)
  • Make sure they put “For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome”
  • Your Doctor’s Signature
  • Submit your receipt of your product
  • Include the Prescription from your Practitioner
  • Have your Practitioner fill out the TAR form included here.

A standardized TAR (Treatment Authorization Request) also known as a Letter of Medical Necessity) is included here. Your insurance company may indicate that you have to use their forms in lieu of the standardized one that has been attached for your use Click to download the TAR.

CarpalAID may be covered by your private insurance carrier.CarpalAID is coded for Reimbursement. There is an NDC number at the back of the product.

Filling a prescription at a retail pharmacy

If you are trying to fill the prescription at your retail pharmacy, you need to follow the below steps:

Using your pharmacy benefits through your Insurance

  • Take your insurance card to the pharmacy counter.
  • The pharmacist will process your card and inform you of your co-pay.

Using your FSA / HSA Cards

  • Take your FSA (Flexible Spending Account) Card or HSA (Health Spending Account) Card to the pharmacy counter.
  • The pharmacist will process will process according to the guidelines of your company program.

In order for the product to be reimbursed, a prescription is needed.

Prescription should include:

  • Patient’s Name
  • Indicate the hand suffering from Carpal Tunnel (“Right Hand”, “Left Hand”, or “Bilateral”)
  • Make sure they put “For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome”
  • Your Doctor’s Signature

Alternatively, patients can take the prescription, the receipt for the product, their practitioner’s bill and file a claim with their insurance provider. See the example below.

Click here to download the generic for Claim Form. Click here.

CarpalAID may be covered by your private insurance carrier as well as State Worker’s Compensation Insurance programs for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatment.CarpalAID is coded for Reimbursement. There is an NDC number at the back of the product.

Practitioner Small Pack

Practitioner Large Pack

Filing a Claim with your private Insurance or State Worker’s Compensation

Below is a simple step by step guide on how to file your claim with your private insurance carrier or State Worker’s Compensation.

  • Get a prescription from you Medical Professional (Doctor, Hand Therapist, Chiropractor, Occupational Therapist, Obstetricians, Neurologist, and Physiatrists) indicating CARPALAID for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

If you have been diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome, most personal physicians will write a prescription based on your last visit. Call your doctor and ask them to send you a prescription by mail, email it to you or fax it so you can file it with your claim. Alternatively, you can pick up the prescription from your doctor’s office.

  • Your Name
  • Indicate the hand suffering from Carpal Tunnel (“Right Hand”, “Left Hand”, or “Bilateral”)
  • Make sure they put “For Carpal Tunnel Syndrome”
  • Your Doctor’s Signature
  • Submit your receipt of your product
  • Include the Prescription from your Practitioner
  • Have your Practitioner fill out the TAR form included here.

A standardized TAR (Treatment Authorization Request) also known as a Letter of Medical Necessity) is included here. Your insurance company may indicate that you have to use their forms in lieu of the standardized one that has been attached for your use. Click here to download the TAR.

The following ICD Codes can be used for CarpalAID reimbursement:

  • G56.0 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • G56.00 Carpal Tunnel, Unspecified Upper Limb
  • G56.01 Carpal Tunnel, Right Upper Limb
  • G56.02 Carpal Tunnel, Left Upper Limb

Need Help?

Toll Free: (877) 877-5332
Local or International: (818) 727-2177
Email: support@carpalaid.com
20554 Plummer Street · Chatsworth, CA 91311

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