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Medication made for you.

What is Compounding?

Pharmacy Compounding is the art and science of creating a customized medication for patients when commercially available medications do not fulfill their needs.

Collier compounding starts with the highest quality bulk ingredients, skillfully combining them using state of the art equipment to make preparations that meet your unique needs. Oral suspensions and solutions, capsules, lozenges, creams, gels, ointments, and suppositories are personalized just for you.

Learn more about the variety of wellness programs we offer at Collier Compounding.

Wellness Programs

Pain Management

Collier Compounding works with patients and physicians to compound specialized medications for those suffering both chronic and acute pain.

Custom topical creams that combine several different active ingredients may be applied directly to the affected area to block pain right at the source. Using topical medications applied directly to the site of pain reduces many side effects to lower levels than those seen with oral medications. Interactions with other medications and conflicts with chronic conditions are reduced as well.

Hospice

We understand the special needs of hospice care and work with hospice staff and your physician to find the best option for treatment.

Compounding for hospice care includes specific products to improve quality of life including oral and topical medications. We can also customize dosage forms to best suit the condition and unique needs of the patient.

Veterinary Needs

Through veterinary compounding we can provide customized medications – like tuna or chicken flavored pills or transdermal creams that can be applied directly to your pet’s ears – that are best suited for both you and your pet.

If your pet needs medication, we’re here to help!

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