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compounding_pharmacistPain management is a branch of medicine employing an interdisciplinary approach for easing the suffering and improving the quality of life of those living with pain.

The compounding solution for pain management

Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage or described in terms of such damage. Struggling through chronic pain problems like arthritis, fibromyalgia, migraine, headaches and nerve and muscle pain does not have to be a daily activity. Theres a better solution: pharmacy compounding, a customized option for pain management. Every individual is unique, and the types of pain experienced can be equally diverse. By working with a compounding pharmacist, physicians can prescribe treatments tailored specifically for the patients pain management needs. Many commonly prescribed pain relief medications cause stomach irritation and other unwanted side effects. Compounding can provide alternate methods of delivery by combining the ingredients of traditional oral pain medications in a

· Topical gel/Cream
· Spray form that can be applied directly to the site of pain
· Application sticks (varied in size)
· Capsules
· Tablet triturates
· Injectables
· Flavored/unflavored troches
· Lozenges

Topical pain relievers

A specially prepared compound that combines several medications into a single topical gel ready to be applied directly to affected areas can eliminate these multiple products. Because patients vary in size, symptoms and pain tolerances, commercially available medications often do not provide appropriate dosage strength. Through compounding a physician and pharmacist can customize a medication to the exact amount needed by the patient. Development of transdermal gels capable of supporting multiple classes of drugs while enhancing penetration and subsequent delivery of drug entities across the skin barrier allow for a noninvasive, convenient, and relatively adverse-event free mechanism for accomplishing this tailored care.

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