Patient Impact

Anne on stairs

Anne’s knee osteoarthritis is keeping her from morning runs

76% of patients wish they could control their pain better1

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Voltaren Arthritis Gel: strong on pain

Recommend Voltaren to help keep patients like Anne setting personal bests.

Anne touching knee

Recommend Voltaren for your patients with osteoarthritis pain and see the benefits.

Why Voltaren?



Clinically proven to treat pain caused by inflammation2,3



Deep at the source of pain5,6

Pain-on-movement reduction

Pain-on-movement reduction2,7

Improves mobility 2,3

Safety profile comparable to placebo

Safety profile comparable to placebo*2,3

*In placebo-controlled trials, adverse reactions were comparable to placebo. Application site reaction was the only AE that occurred in >1% of patients and with greater frequency for Voltaren® Arthritis Pain gel OTC vs placebo.

Anne running

For Anne, it’s not just movement, it’s getting back to her kind of life.

Recommend the #1 doctor-recommended topical pain brand†8 for patients like Anne and bring back their joy of movement.

† Based on surveyed doctors. Voltaren is approved for the use of arthritis pain.

Recommend Voltaren Arthritis Gel for your patients with osteoarthritis pain



Provide your patients with a sample and recommendation to help them better manage their arthritis pain.

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Discover Voltaren

Discover Voltaren

Voltaren Arthritis Pain Gel is approved for use for up to 21 days without consulting a doctor.

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Patient Resources

Patient Resources

Explore the educational materials on patient care using the Voltaren range of products.

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Drug Facts

Voltaren® Arthritis Pain Gel OTC Drug Facts

The drug facts contain all you need to know about dosing and administration.

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MOA molecule

How does Voltaren® Arthritis Pain Gel OTC relieve pain?

The science behind Voltaren® Arthritis Pain Gel and its MOA. 

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Treat OA

How to treat OA Pain?

The latest OA treatment guidelines from the American College of Rheumatology.

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