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Can I Use HSA/FSA Funds To Purchase An Anthros Chair?

The simple answer is yes.


You may be eligible to be reimbursed for your purchase of an Anthros ergonomic chair for the treatment of a medical condition if you have a Letter of Medical Necessity (LMN), with a health savings account (HSA), a health reimbursement arrangement (HRA), or a flexible spending account (FSA).


Please Note: Since every insurance carrier is different, the process of using your HSA/HRA/FSA funds will vary.


Letter of Medical Necessity

Get a LMN from a medical professional (MD, PA, NP, Chiropractor).  
Download our letter here.

Or book a meeting to get further help with getting a letter of medical necessity

Book a Meeting


Purchase Your Anthros Chair

Pay out of pocket for your Anthros chair or use your HSA/HRA/FSA card to purchase your Anthros chair online.


Submit Your Letter & Invoice

Submit your LMN and invoice to your HSA/HRA/FSA provider.


Get Reimbursed

Get reimbursed from your HSA/HRA/FSA funds (if paid out of pocket).*

*If reimbursement is denied, Anthros will give you a refund, no questions asked.


Need Assistance with Getting A Letter of Medical Necessity?

Pick a date and time on the calendar below to schedule a free call with one of our partner doctors for 1:1 help with getting a letter of medical necessity.

What is an HSA/HRA/FSA?


A Health Spending Account (HSA) is a kind of personal savings account that allows you to save pre-tax dollars to use for qualified medical expenses. This account is owned by you, there is no expiration date and non-used funds roll over year after year.


A health reimbursement arrangement (HRA) is a kind of health spending account provided and owned by an employer. The money in it pays for qualified expenses, like medical, pharmacy, dental, and vision, as determined by the employer.

  • Only your employer can put money in an HRA.
  • You don't pay taxes on money that comes from an HRA.
  • Your employer decides whether to let unused funds roll over from one year to the next.
  • Employers have more say in how HAs work and have more options to choose from than other health spending accounts.


A Flexible Savings Account (FSA) is an account that you put pre-tax dollars into to use for qualified medical expenses. The account is owned by the employer and unused funds at the end of the year are granted to the employer.


*If you pay out of pocket and reimbursement is denied, Anthros will give your money back; No questions asked.