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SPORTS MEDICINE COMPOUNDING HAS UNIQUE WAYS TO TREAT SPORTS INJURIES

Patients at every level of sporting activity may benefit from sports medicine, whether they are injured playing catch with their children or pitching in the World Series. Any physical or sporting activity that involves the use of repetitive motion may possibly lead to aggravating or serious injuries as a result of overuse. Medoz Pharmacy believes that providing athletes of all ages and all sports with customized care is an important part of any personal training program.

Athletes know that the use of oral medications, to relax muscles and calm inflammation, can have negative effects on the body, particularly when taken over long term. Compounding pharmacists are able to create customized transdermal gels or topically applied creams that provide relief right at the source of the pain. For your nerve damage, pain and inflammation, we are able to create individualized topical formulations of transdermal gels or creams in varying strengths.

  1. Inflammation
  2. Pain in muscles or joints
  3. Damage to nerves
  4. Swelling
  5. Mild stress fractures
  6. Uses

The compounding specialists at Medoz Pharmacy know that over-the-counter medications and anti-inflammatory drugs may have unexpected side effects when used over long term. For this reason, we offer the personalized transdermal gels and topical creams which athletes so often request to treat the pain right at the source. We want you to know that at Medoz Pharmacy, our personalized athletic treatments are never one size fits all.

The following list is just a few of the preparations that we can compound for sports medicines. All formulations are customized to meet the unique needs of each individual; therefore, we can consider the athlete’s lifestyle and environmental factors when formulating medications. Our compounding professionals can choose the best base to administer the active ingredients, or consult with the prescriber to determine the most appropriate route of administration to solve a specific problem.

- Clotrimazole in DMSO solution
- Cyclobenzaprine/Ketoprofen transdermal gel
- Dexamethasone iontophoresis solution
- Fluconazole/Ibuprofen topical gel
- Ketamine/Gabapentin transdermal gel
- Ketoprofen 10% transdermal gel
- LAT topical gel
- Lidocaine/Hydrocortisone "rectal rocket" suppository
- Nutritional Supplements
- Rehydration Drinks

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