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While mass-produced medications suffice for some, there are others that require out-of-the-box solutions. Compounding is a great way to meet your unique health needs! 

Whether you have allergies to certain ingredients in your medication, need a different dosage form or strength, or simply want to experience the difference customization

can make, we can compound your medications for your specific needs.

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Millions of people from every age and background, experience some form of hormonal imbalance during their lifetime. Unbalanced hormones can affect more than just your mood; they can cause a host of unpleasant symptoms, including:

  • Weight Gain

  • Hot Flashes

  • Low Libido

  • Painful Intercourse

  • Infertility

  • Low Energy

  • Night Sweats

  • Irregular Menstruation

  • Anxiety

  • And More​


There are many mass-produced hormone treatments on the market today. However, every person’s body and their individual hormonal makeup is different, and each requires a unique balance of hormones. Through compounding, our expert team can adapt your regimen to fit your body and hormone levels.


Bio-identical hormones have the exact chemical structure as the hormones in the human body. Our team can use hormones that match what your body makes naturally, increasing effectiveness of treatment. We will work with you and your healthcare provider to determine the hormone amount, dosage form, and medication strength that works best for you. 

Medication compounding

Compounding is simply making custom medicine for your unique needs. It is great for not only solving issues with discontinued meds or allergic reactions (dyes, preservatives, lactose, etc.); it is also an ideal solution to improving the taste or making it easier to take. If the delivery form of your prescription is a hard pill to swallow, you may benefit from a cream or a gel. Other delivery forms include:

  • Solutions

  • Suppositories 

  • Suspensions

  • Sprays

  • Oral Rinses

  • Lotions

  • Lollipops

  • Troches and Lozenges

  • Capsules

  • Powder Insufflators 

  • Transdermals



A caring gastroenterologist working closely with a compounding pharmacist can provide the compassionate, customized care a patient deserves. 

Our most common colon and rectal formulas help with anal fissures and pain, hemorrhoids, IBS/Ulcerative Colitis/Chron's, Skin Repair, and Anal/Rectum spasms.

With colon and rectal medicine, there are a variety of dosage forms including:

  • Ointments

  • Creams

  • Gels

  • Suppositories

  • Enemas

  • Rectal Rockets

We understand how hard it can be to struggle with colon and rectal issues which is why we do our best to compound medications based on your personal needs. 

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The anxiety-inducing culprits are ingrained in our culture— the ominous whirring of a dentist’s drill, the shiny steel of sharp instruments. Tooth pain or not, some patients simply cannot get past the anxiety associated with dental work, but we’re here to help!


With dental compounding, we can help you fight these fears and lessen the physical discomforts involved in a trip to the dentist and help ease your anxiety. Some of the concerns we can help address include:

  • Procedural Anxiety

  • Pain Relief

  • Dry Socket Treatments

  • Fluoride Treatments

  • Gum Disease

  • Plaque Removal

  • Oral Ulcers

  • Canker Sores

  • Tooth Whitening

  • And More!

From an eight-year-old getting a cavity filled to an 80-year-old getting fitted for dentures, each patient is unique and may benefit from custom-compounded medication. Our team can create these medications in the dosage and form that is best suited for your needs. 


Pain is the most common symptom for which individuals seek medical help. Acute pain easily can evolve into chronic pain, which can become difficult to treat. Whether it's short-lived or chronic, physical or neuropathic, living with pain shouldn't be something you have to accept. Because patients vary in size, symptom, and pain tolerance, and the pain itself varies in location and degree, it's important that treatment varies, too.

Compounding provides that needed tailored treatment. Our team can help address an assortment of chronic conditions, including: 

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Migraines & Headaches

  • Nerve Pain

  • Muscle Pain

​​Studies show that some commercially manufactured pain medications can be habit forming and may have negative side effects, such as drowsiness, dizziness, and stomach irritation. When compounding, we can keep that in mind and work to minimize those effects.​

Compounding offers an alternative to traditional oral medications by formulating relief through high concentrations of localized topical treatment. Because the solution is being delivered exactly where the pain is, it has the potential to cut down on the amount of medication needed and reduce side effects normally experienced with oral options. 


Does your little one fight you when it’s time to take medicine? You’re not alone. Kids refuse to take their meds for all kinds of reasons: color, texture, or even just because they know it’s medicine. They don’t feel well, and bad-tasting or hard-to-swallow medicine makes everything worse.

That fight makes med time a battle that’s hard to win, and it sometimes means that kids fall behind on their medication regimen and don’t feel better as quickly as they should. But it doesn’t have to be that way. While there’s no guarantee that taking medicine ever will become an entirely pleasurable event, there are some ways to help.

Children are especially suited for custom compounded prescriptions. For various reasons, commercially manufactured drug forms sometimes may not meet the needs of every child. Working closely with a compounding pharmacist, your child’s pediatrician can prescribe medications for:

  • Pain relief

  • Respiratory disorders

  • Oral thrush

  • Diabetes

  • Head lice

  • Diaper rash

  • Skin disorders

  • Cold sores/fever blisters

  • and much more!

From flavored medicine to unique dosage forms, customized strengths, and ingredients—our compounding solutions put the "mmm" in medicine! 


Whether you’re a workout enthusiast who needs to soothe aches and strains, a high school player recovering from a sports injury, or a weekend warrior trying to ease pain during the work week, compounding can provide serious benefits for every kind of athlete.

Sports medicine compounding – the best way to get back in the game.

Our pharmacists can combine various drugs into a single dosage form to combat nerve pain, customize topical antifungal medications, or formulate special preparations to heal blisters or calluses.

Just like a football player and a marathon runner require different training programs, their body types may require different amounts of medication to speed recovery or treat muscle pain. Yet commercially available products often come in a limited variety of strengths. Compounding offers a way to calibrate the exact amount of medication to a certain need and body type, resulting in more accurate dosing.

Oral anti-inflammatories, muscle relaxants and other medications can result in gastrointestinal side effects. Topical medications allow the drug to bypass the gastrointestinal tract and potentially minimize those side effects. Our pharmacists can prepare custom topical creams, transdermal gels or solutions that may not be commercially available. By treating the pain at its trigger point, relief and recovery can be strengthened.


Anyone who has pets knows that they are valued members of the family. And like any other family member or friend, we don’t like to see them hurting. But have you tried every trick in the book to get your pet to take their medicine? 


No more! Turn something YOU hate into something THEY crave by getting the medication compounded to fit your pet’s unique needs. A few reasons you may want to consider compounded meds are:

  • Improving taste

  • Altering medication strength

  • Altering delivery form

  • Preparing discontinued formulas


Some mass produced medications are simply not fit for your pet. Most commercially available medications are formulated based on averages that may not represent your pet. Just like people, your pet may be particular with the form of medication they are willing to take. Turn med time into treat time and ask us about veterinary compounding!


Hormonal imbalance can affect men as easily as it can women, leaving you feeling like a stranger in your own skin. Some of the side effects you may experience include: 

  • Erectile dysfunction

  • Low libido

  • Loss of zest for life

  • Prostate and bladder health

  • Aches and pains

  • Fungal infections, such as athlete’s foot or jock itch

  • Hair loss

  • Excessive sweating

  • Chronic bad breath

  • Aging skin


We can help restore your natural balance through supplementation of the hormone testosterone, which has been shown to relieve the symptoms of andropause. Of course, not all men are the same – different men need different amounts of testosterone to help address their individual symptoms. The value of hormone replacement through pharmacy compounding is its ability to fit your unique body and hormone levels, resulting in better accuracy and a healthier balance.

Whether it's andropause "male menopause" or impotence—we're here to help you restore your balance!

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Fighting acne that just won’t clear up? Dealing with scars that still haven’t faded? Not ready for wrinkles to tell strangers your age? No matter the skin condition you’re battling, there’s a custom compounded solution for you!

Our expert compounding pharmacists collaborate with your physician to create custom skin treatments designed for your skin. From scars and burns to stretch marks and more, we’re here to help you feel confident, outside and in.

We precisely compound medications into cosmetically appealing topical creams, sprays, and powders, and also create customized oral dosage medications.

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