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Diclofenac Sodium

DICLOFENAC is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). The 1% skin gel is used to treat osteoarthritis of the hands or knees. The 3% skin gel is used to treat actinic keratosis. The lowest GoodRx price for the most common version of diclofenac sodium is around $23.75, 59% off the average retail price of $59.01. Compare NSAIDs.
Voltaren Gel Coupon - Voltaren Gel 100g of 1% tube of gel

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Do Topical Medications Voltaren, Pennsaid, and Flector Work for Pain?

Dr. Sharon Orrange - April 30, 2015

Joint pain from arthritis, an injury, or overuse often requires the use of anti-inflammatory medications. Many people hate taking pills by mouth because they can be hard on the stomach and kidneys. But do the topical options work? What are your options and which is the best?

Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) topical options:

In the United States, three topical NSAID products are approved to treat pain including Voltaren Gel (diclofenac sodium 1%), Pennsaid topical solution (diclofenac sodium 1. See More

Voltaren Gel: Behold the Awesomeness

Dr. Sharon Orrange - November 27, 2013

Voltaren 1% gel has a huge fan base, rightly so. Voltaren 1% gel (topical diclofenac) works as well as anti-inflammatory pills for hand and knee pain due to arthritis, with way fewer side effects. Let’s get this straight. Yep, results from 34 studies were reviewed and the topical anti-inflammatory Voltaren gel alleviated pain in the hands or knees more often than oral NSAIDS (ibuprofen, advil, naproxen as examples). See More

Move Over Voltaren Gel: Herbal Remedy Traumeel Is Just as Effective in Ankle Sprains

Dr. Sharon Orrange - August 30, 2012

A topical ointment or gel is always more appealing than a pill for musculoskeletal pain. You can target the area, and you don’t have to deal with as many side effects. With the recent shortage of Voltaren gel, the widely-used prescription topical anti-inflammatory, this study comes at the perfect time.

The homeopathic ointment Traumeel out-performed Voltaren gel on ankle sprains. Ankle sprain is the most common ligament injury caused by sports and other physical activity and here is what we found out: Traumeel proved equal to Voltaren gel (diclofenac gel 1%) in achieving pain reduction and improved joint function in patients with acute ankle sprain. See More

Dude, Where’s My Voltaren Gel?

Dr. Sharon Orrange - March 27, 2012

Many arthritis sufferers are in a panic over the shortage of Voltaren gel (diclofenac sodium gel) and I get why they are worried. Voltaren gel is a prescription topical anti-inflammatory gel used for all kinds of arthritis pain: rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and osteoarthritis of the knees, hands and hips. People who have stomach issues from taking anti-inflammatories by mouth can bypass that problem with Voltaren gelSee More

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