Simply put, compounded medication is “made from scratch” or tailored to meet an individual patient’s specific needs.
A compounding pharmacist may be able to combine various drugs into a single dosage form to combat nerve pain, customize topical antifungal medications, or formulate preparations to heal blisters or calluses.
There are many foot conditions that need to be treated such as Plantar Fascitis, Tendinitis, Bunions, and Peripheral Neuropathies and we can compound many different customized formulations for those foot conditions.
Men have unique health concerns that can benefit from medications prepared by a compounding pharmacy. This is why we offer custom medication therapies in a variety of dosage forms for every man’s specific health issues, including testosterone replacement, fertility, andropause and erectile dysfunction.
Our compounding specialists work together with patients and prescribers to provide customized bio-identical hormone replacement therapy that provide the needed hormones in the most appropriate strength and dosage form to meet each patient’s specific needs.
In many cases, children don’t want to take their bad-tasting or hard-to-swallow medication, which is why we work with your doctor and child to customize their prescriptions — making them palatable, easy to manage, and effective.
Veterinary medicine compounding offers you a better way to medicate your pet. Custom medication compounding allows you to give your pet the exact dose they need, in a dosage form that works best for you — and your pet.
Taking care of a loved one is difficult enough without having to worry about medication. We want to be there for you and your family for every stage of life. Let us work with you to explore compounding options for your loved one.
As part of the Professional Compounding Centers of America (PCCA) and the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists (IACP), our pharmacists have been extensively trained in compounding techniques and exclusively use ingredients from FDA-registered and inspected facilities. Our compounding pharmacy must comply with the regulations set forth by the State Board of Pharmacy. The State Board of Pharmacy sets and enforces regulations for compounding, just as it does for traditional pharmacy.
Our goal is to work with your doctors to bring you high-quality compounded medications at an affordable rate. We accept prescriptions from licensed prescribers via a hard copy, fax, or by phone. By law, we are not allowed to dispense any compounded medications without an authorized prescription from a licensed prescriber. Questions? Feel free to call us!