Compounding is the practice of preparing personalized or custom medications by mixing, combining or altering two or more chemicals to create a medication tailored to the need of an individual patient. This practice dates back to the origins of pharmacy, but compounding’s presence in the pharmacy profession has evolved throughout the years. Within the last three decades, compounding has experienced a comeback, as modern technology, innovated techniques and research have allowed more pharmacist to customize medication to meet specific patient needs.
The “one size fits all” that was created by the manufactures meant that some patients needs were not being met. There are several reasons why pharmacist compound prescription medications. Patients are:
Custom compounding solutions can assist with women’s health issues of all ages. MedX Pharmacy has the ability to customize medications for women’s health that include:
MedX pharmacy can help with many health issues that affect men of all ages. Many men have concerns about:
MedX Pharmacy offers dermatology compounding services. MedX can work one on one with your physician to create a personalized medication to fit your skin care needs. Our customized compounded medications can treat:
Compounded pain creams, gels, sprays, and ointments are now helping reduce pain. When you are in everyday pain it can disrupt your life. MedX Pharmacy wants to help you create a pain regimen that works for you. Whatever formula you need we can work with your doctor to get you relief. Most common types of pain:
Podiatrist and other healthcare professions encounter many issues that compounded medications can help resolve. MedX Pharmacy can create unique formulas with the physician to meet the patients needs. Some common issues:
Animals are a part of the family and at MedX Pharmacy we understand the importance of your pet. When your pet is sick you want the best possible treatment. We can work together with the veterinarian to help create a custom medication that fits your pet’s needs. Medications that can be compounded are, but not limited: