CUSTOMIZED MEDICATION FORMULATED SPECIFICALLY FOR YOUR NEEDS
We have an in-house pharmacy compounding lab right here in our store.
Our pharmacy compounding department offers a variety of additional services to accommodate individualized prescription needs.
About Our Compounding Department
Our Pharmacy Compounding department offers customized medication for each individual’s specific needs. Compounding involves mixing medication and preparing a specially made formula. We make our compounds in our pharmacy laboratory right here inside our store.
Who Can Utilize Our Service
Our compounding service is available to ALL of Pennsylvania. We ship to you if needed at a flat rate of $5 or, if you are within Lawrence County you are eligible for delivery ($4 standard delivery fee applies).
Are you experiencing pain? Are you tired of side effects from oral medication? We can help!
What We Specialize In
We specialize in topical pain formulations, hormone imbalance, Low Dose Naltrexone, even veterinary compounds for your pet.
Topical pain formulations target the specific site of pain without systemic side effects. Some of the conditions involving topical pain that we treat are diabetic neuropathy, arthritic pain, muscle spasms, neuropathic pain, and migraines just to name a few.
Learn more about topical pain formulations here.
Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) has many uses including, but not limited to autoimmune diseases such as arthritis and lupus, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, etc. Learn more about LDN by watching the brief video below and you can also view and/or download a detailed brochure here.
Compounding is an option for your pet, too!
Veterinary compounding involves adding flavoring to
help ease the medication taking process, like triple fish
and roasted chicken which are sure to please
your furry friend!
Compounding medicine allows you to choose from the different types or forms available which allows us to accommodate your individual needs and preferences. For example, compounded medication can be in the form of a cream, lozenge, capsule, suppository, liquid, etc. Pharmacy compounding offers you medications that are not available in traditional pharmacies or commercially.
How to Get Started
Our compounding pharmacists complete a comprehensive review with you to identify the best approach for your specific needs. We then reach out to your physician to recommend a formula tailored specifically for you. Once your physician approves your recommended prescription formula, our pharmacist will then conduct a full consultation, including proper use of your new medicine and expectations.
Compounding Department Hours
Contact us today for your comprehensive review! If you prefer we reach out to you, please provide your contact information below and we will be in touch.