Pharmacy compounding is the art and science of preparing customized medications for patients. Its practice dates to the origins of pharmacy. Compounding declined over the past several decades but is now gaining popularity to fill gaps where manufactured medications do not meet patients’ needs. Modern technology, new research and innovative techniques have enabled pharmacists to craft high quality custom compounds for patients.
The Food and Drug Administration has stated that compounded prescriptions are both ethical and legal if they are prescribed by a licensed practitioner for a specific patient and compounded by a licensed pharmacy.
Our experienced team of compounding pharmacists and technicians works closely with prescribers to customize prescriptions and formulate individualized medications for their patients.
Our pharmacy is regulated by the Texas State Board of Pharmacy and utilizes advanced technology and adheres to stringent and comprehensive standards to ensure that products meet the quality you expect and deserve.
Backed with advanced technology and a comprehensive inventory of chemicals and formulas, Drug Crafters can compound practically any medication.
From topical creams and troches to injections prepared in our Clean Room, our experienced team can prepare medication for a variety of needs and applications, including:
- Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy
- Pain management
- Otic (for the ear)
- Medication flavoring
- Sports Medicine
- Wound and scar therapy
- Creams, gels, ointments
- Liquid preparations
- Topical or nasal sprays
- Troches or Rapid dissolve tablets
- Injectables (hormones/nutraceuticals/supplements/peptides)
- Pellets (hormones single or combinations)
Please contact us for more information about our compounding services.
Compounding connects patients, physicians, and pharmacists in finding short and long-term prescriptions to achieve wellness. It is our answer to the need for customized medicinal care.
What Do You Need?
Call us at 214-618-3511 and discuss your medication needs today.