What is compounding?

Compounding is the combination of art and science to make a personalized medicine. In every area of medicine, there are some patients who don't respond to traditional methods of treatment. Sometimes they need a medication at strengths that are not manufactured by drug companies. Sometimes they simply need a different method of ingesting a medication.

With a written prescription a compounding pharmacist  can address many patient dosing problems by customizing a medication to a specific need. When we pally available. For patients, a compounded medication may be life changing.  Not sure how to write a compounded prescription? Prescribers Click Here

Personalized medicines We Specialize In



Our compounding professionals can prepare:

  • Personalized  dosage forms a custom dose of each medication for each individual.
  • Medications in dosage forms that are not commercially available, such as transdermal gels, troches, “chewies”, and lollipops.
  • Medications free of problem-causing excipients such as dyes, sugar, lactose, or alcohol.
  • Combinations of various compatible medications into a single dosage form for easier administration and improved compliance.
  • Medications that are not commercially available because of an increased demand or chemical shortage.
  • Low dose naltrexone
  • Progesterone suppositories 

How to choose a compounding pharmacy:

  • Our staff have received annual training regarding personalized medications.
  • State of the art equipment.
  • State of the art delivery devices.

Our compounding team can formulate suitable medications as sublingual drops, nasal sprays, lollipops, rectal solutions and suppositories. Click on the area below to learn how we have personalized solutions for Hormone Replacement Therapy, Dermatology, Pain, and Pediatrics. 

How To Write A Compounded Prescription
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If you or your prescriber need assistance in sending us a compounded prescription just call us and we will be willing to help you or your doctor get the personalized medication you need.