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We would like to introduce you to our range of TENS and EMS machines. These machines are personal portable devices that are battery operated and, on some models, battery and mains power operated via a power-pack adaptor. These machines are pulse generators that send electrical impulses, via electrode pads, to the body, directed to reaching the nerves and also underlying muscle groups. This may help with pain control and muscle recovery.

PRIVATE HEALTH RECEIPT INFORMATION

Below is information regarding the purchase of Medic 2000 Tens machines and claiming for them from Private Health Funds like BUPA.

 

For some reason, Health Care Group, Bupa has changed their buying rules. Bupa has been paying rebates for Medic 2000 TENS for years on line and at shows and shopping centres.

 

Now they have changed the requirements, to be purchased at a pharmacy and not on line. Some Bupa customers have been paid out after pushing the point, it’s in our extras benefit for a refund they say and we are entitled to choose the best TENS available for the injury or medical problem, referred by our Doctor.

 

Email below shows conditions that need to be met to claim from Private Health Funds for Medic 2000 Tens machines.

 

From:
Sent: 9 April 2019 9:42 AM
To: medic.2000@bigpond.com
Subject: Health Fund Rebate for EV-906B TENS Machine

Dear Steve Gordon,

 

  1. I'm interested in buying the EV-906B TENS Machine.

  2. I have contacted my Health Fund and they advised me that they will give me a rebate if the following conditions are met:

  3. My doctor give me a written referral

  4. The company must be Australian.

  5. I need a tax invoice, stating clearly that the product is a "TENS Machine"

  6. Can you please confirm that you are an Australian company; and that you will  supply me with an invoice that meets the Health Fund requirements.
     

Kind regards
Belinda

FROM BUPA: It is important to note that Bupa does not pay benefits where:

  •  TENS machines are purchased by postal order or on the web;

  • TENS machines are purchased at a booth whether the booth is located at a festival, convention, expo, shopping centre or other temporary location.

Another Email below showing conditions that need to be met to claim from Private Health Funds for Medic 2000 Tens machines.

From:
Sent: 9 April 2019 9:42 AM
To:
Subject: Health Fund Rebate for EV-906B TENS Machine

Dear Steve Gordon,
 

  1. I have purchased the EV-906B TENS Machine. Im green-store (buyer), last night 08.09.19 around 10pm.

Order number: 08-03842-88128

  1. I have contacted my Health Fund and they advised me that they will give me a rebate if the following conditions are met:

  2. My doctor has given me a written referral. I am 4 days post op of a knee reconstruction and 8 weeks post opp of an arm reconstruction. I need the machine urgently for arm rehab.

  3. The company must be Australian.

  4. I need a tax invoice, stating clearly that the product is a "TENS Machine"

  5. Can you please confirm that you are an Australian company; and that you will supply me with an invoice that meets the Health Fund requirements?
     

Kind regards

Tania.

 

Dr Tania

PRIVATE HEALTH RECEIPT EXAMPLE