Can I claim Noha through my health insurance provider?

Customer Care team Updated by Customer Care team

Short answer: Yes!

Long answer: it depends on your level of cover!

AU / NZ customers

Details
Noha is a TENS machine (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) class 2a medical device. Medical devices can fall under different umbrellas in health insurance including (but not limited to): Health Aids and Appliances, Ancillary or Extras cover. Start by contacting your insurer and confirming your level of cover, how much you can claim and whether they accept Ovira as a brand. You'll receive a tax invoice after you've purchased Noha that you can pass onto your provider. If you're with Bupa, our provider number is EP00641.

US / CA customers

Details
Noha is a TENS machine (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) class 2a medical device. Medical devices can fall under different umbrellas in health insurance including (but not limited to): Health Aids and Appliances, Ancillary or Extras cover. Start by contacting your insurer and confirming your level of cover, how much you can claim and whether they accept Ovira as a brand. You'll receive a tax invoice after you've purchased Noha that you can pass onto your provider. You're also more than welcome to use your HSA/FSA card during checkout - just double-check with your administrator before placing your order to confirm if they can cover your purchase.

Please get in touch with us if you have any further questions, or if we can help out at all with your claim.

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