What is compounding?

Pharmacy compounding is the ageless art and science of preparing customized medications to meet the specific patient's needs. Compounding combines innovative techniques, research and state-of-the-art technology, allowing specially trained professionals to prepare customized medications just for you. Historically, compounding was the customary means of providing prescription medications before pharmaceutical manufacturers began producing drugs in mass quantities. Today, as prescribers and patients realize the limited number of strengths and dosage forms available on the market, the demand for professional compounding has increased. With a physician's written prescription or consent, a compounding pharmacist can customize your medication just for you!



With all of the harmful effects that can wreak havoc on our skin, we are constantly learning new ways on how we can take care of it. Just as every person has their own skin type, they also have their own skincare needs. The pharmacists of Medical Center Compounding Pharmacy can create customized medications to combat various forms of dermatologic conditions to help meet each patient’s individual needs.

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Men's Health

There is a common misconception men may have about hormone replacement therapy: that it is strictly for women. Actually, andropause is a term used for male menopause and often times is a more gradual development than that experienced by women, but is just as real.

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Pain Management

Pain management is an issue many people face on a daily basis. Whether your pain is the result of a sports related injury or caused by a condition such as diabetic neuropathy or shingles, customized compounded therapies can help.

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When it comes to children and taking medication, we recognize the challenges that parents tend to face. Whether children resist taking medication due to a bitter taste, have difficulty swallowing tablets and capsules, or are fearful in injections, our compounding pharmacists and technicians can provide customized alternatives to those medications that are commercially made for adults.

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There is possibly no other part of your body that takes more abuse than your feet. They are also easy to take for granted… until they begin to hurt. Foot ailments can be extremely painful and even debilitating. Medical Center Compounding Pharmacy works closely with podiatrists to customize treatment options for various conditions of the foot and ankle.

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Sinus Therapy

Patients who suffer from acute or chronic sinusitis, nasal polyps or allergic rhinitis know what it’s like to constantly battle with sinus pressure, pain, excessive mucus and the inability to breathe well. Luckily, these patients can find relief at Medical Center Compounding Pharmacy.

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Urology involves the treatment of both the urinary tract and reproductive system. Whether you are looking to treat erectile dysfunction or testosterone deficiency, MCCP is your trusted source for compounding sterile injectables or other customized solutions.

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If you have ever nursed a sick pet, you know how unpleasant this time can be (and we are sure your pet would agree). Did you know that many medications can be compounded into a dosage form, so simple to administer, that all you would need to do is rub an ointment on your pet's inner ear?

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Women's Health

Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) is the natural process of restoring and maintaining hormone balance. As women age, their hormone levels begin to fluctuate and eventually decline, causing uncomfortable symptoms during menopause, pre-menopause or PMS

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Wound Care

Wounds produced by puncture, abrasion, or cutting as well as ulcerations, burns, and skin irritation each result in radically different types of wound. Each type of wound requires a careful evaluation, concern for scarring upon healing, and management of pain and pressure. Medical Center Compounding Pharmacy works with physicians to create a customized approach to treating and healing wounds.

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