Customized Medications

Treatment Tailored to Your Needs

                               

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Pharmaceutical compounding is the process whereby we customize medications that provide you with a personalized treatment option that meets your specific treatment needs.

Sometimes patients don't respond well to medications mass-produced by pharmaceutical companies. They many not tolerate certain components of the drug, or they may find that slightly different combinations or ratios of ingredients are more effective. Patients may also require drugs that have been discontinued or are not commercially available.

Essentially, the compounding process can allow us to prepare specific dosages or topical formulations that are just right for you. Whether it's providing you with an alternative delivery format that's more convenient for you (for example, if you have trouble swallowing pills), or a single-dose formulation that helps reduce the number of pills you're required to take, we are happy to explore what options are available to you.

Not every medication or treatment is a candidate for compounding, but we are always happy to work with you to ensure that you get the maximum value of your treatment plan, at the greatest level of convenience possible.

Contact our pharmacists today for more information.

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