Medicine Cabinet Audits

Cleaning the Clutter; Reducing the Risk

 

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Over the years, we tend to build up a collection of half-finished medicine bottles, expired or out-of-date prescriptions, or contraindicated medications. It's a normal consequence of the process of finding the ideal medical treatment protocol for your unique situation.

Our team is happy to check the contents of your medicine cabinet (or drawer, or cupboard) and properly dispose of any medications that are no longer appropriate.

Not only will this process reduce the clutter, it can also prevent serious -- even fatal -- situations from arising. While some medications will merely diminish in efficacy, others can be contraindicated to medications that you may currently be taking, and can cause sever reactions.  

You choose whether you want to bring the contents to us, or have one of our team members visit your home. We'll review the medications in relation to your current treatment protocol, and take the necessary steps to ensure that your medicine cabinet is safe, organized, and complimenting your treatment needs.

Contact us today to arrange for an audit. 

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