Use as directed.
*Easy Twist Cap only available
on Voltaren tubes 3.5 oz or larger
Text: Introducing Voltaren Arthritis Pain
VO: When you have arthritis pain, you need relief where it hurts.
VO: Voltaren Arthritis Pain gel is the first full prescription strength nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory gel now available over the counter.
Text: First full prescription strength
VO: Voltaren targets pain directly at the source for powerful arthritis pain relief.
VO: The joy of movement
Text: The joy of movement
Read the label and use the enclosed dosing card. Do not use on more than two body areas at the same time.
Using the dosing card, apply the following amounts:
Upper body areas (hand, wrist, elbow): 2.25 inches
Lower body areas (foot, ankle, knee): 4.5 inches
Rub gently into affected area. It is intended to be used 4 times a day everyday for up to 21 days. With 4-times-a-day use, you may start to feel relief within a few days. Stop use and ask your doctor if pain gets worse or lasts more than 21 days.
Find out how prescription Voltaren Gel—now available over the counter—helped these arthritis patients get back to doing the things they love and why an orthopedic surgeon prescribes it.
Packaging shouldn’t be a pain. Voltaren comes with the Arthritis Foundation Commendation for the Easy Twist Cap.*
*Easy Twist Cap only available on Voltaren tubes 3.5 oz or larger
*without consulting a physician.
Tylenol Arthritis Pain: Do not use for more than 10 days unless directed by a doctor.
Aleve Pain Reliever Caplets: Do not take for more than 10 consecutive days for pain or 3 days for fever unless directed by a doctor.
Voltaren Emulgel™ is a specialized formula that’s made with a combination of gel and cream. This enables the active ingredient—diclofenac—to penetrate deep at the site of pain. When applied to the skin, Voltaren Emulgel™ creates a cooling and moisturizing effect.
Diclofenac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that is often used to treat arthritis pain. It falls in the same class of drugs as naproxen (Aleve). Diclofenac works by temporarily blocking the production of pain-signaling chemicals called prostaglandins.