Turn to Pharmaca for your compounded prescription needs.
Compounding is the practice of preparing customized medications to meet specific patient needs. Working in partnership with your doctor, our specially trained pharmacists can create a personalized medication in a dose and form that helps achieve better results.
Compounded prescriptions can also ensure your medications are free of gluten, common allergens or other fillers.
Which prescriptions can be compounded?
There are many different types of prescriptions that we can compound at our Pharmaca pharmacies.
Using cutting edge technology and new techniques have allowed us to expand our compounding offerings. We can provide some of the most common prescription compounds, including:
- , including plant-based hormones in a variety of dosage forms
- medications like muscle relaxants and anti-inflammatories, which can be prepared topically to target pain at the site, without common side effects
- to address esthetic and therapeutic concerns
- Adrenal dysfunction and thyroid support
Many types of non-sterile dosage forms of different prescriptions can be made for specific needs, including creams, ointments, solutions, syrups, capsules, suppositories and troches.
Even pets can benefit from compounded prescriptions
Working closely with your veterinarian, our pharmacists can turn medications into flavored treats, chewy tablets or even topical gels that make giving your pet medication as easy as rubbing their ears.
Were the compounding experts!
Compounds are filled at our state-of-the-art Compounding Centers, enabling us to compound each medication to the prescribers exact specifications. We are proud members of the Professional Compounding Centers of America, and our facilities are USP 800 compliant.
How does it work?
Simply drop off your compound prescription at , or have your doctor phone it in. Someone from the Pharmaca compounding team will call within 24 hours to discuss your prescription and answer any questions you may have.
Then you can decide whether to pick it up at the pharmacy or have it shipped directly to your home (additional fees may be required).
Some insurance plans cover compound prescriptions; please check with your insurance plan to determine coverage.