What is Compounding?

Pharmacy compounding is the art and science of preparing personalized medications for patients. Pharmaceutical ingredients are mixed together in the exact strength and dosage form specified by the physician. This method allows the compounding pharmacist to work with the prescriber to customize a medication to meet the patient’s specific needs.

What Types of Prescriptions Can be Compounded?

Compounded prescriptions are ideal for any patient requiring unique dosages and/or delivery devices. Compounding applications can include:

•   Hormone replacement therapy (HRT)
•   Topical Sinus Therapy
•   Biotoxin Illness
•   Pediatrics
•   Pain management
•   Dentistry
•   Dermatology
•   Gastroenterology
•   And many more!

Our Compounding Pharmacists Can Prepare:

•   Transdermal creams and gels
•   Capsules, tablets and troches
•   Suppositories, suspensions, and sublingual drops.
•   Medications free of problem-causing excipients such as alcohol, sugar, lactose, dyes, gluten and preservative free.
•   Combinations of various compatible medications into a single dosage form for easier administration and improved compliance.
•   Medications that are not commercially available.

How do I obtain a compounded prescription?

Compounded preparations require a prescription from a licensed physician. Your physician can simply call or fax in your prescription to our pharmacists to start the process.  If your physician needs more information regarding a specific compound, possible dosage forms, and ingredients our qualified compounding pharmacists are available to consult. Our main goal is the satisfaction of our patients and our dedicated and professional staff is here to help with any questions you may have.