Pain may result from inflammation or changes to the nervous system due to injury or disease. Commonly reported types of pain include lower back pain, severe headache or migraine, neck pain and facial pain. Chronic pain refers to pain conditions that persist due to a disease or injury that remains in the nervous system. This type of pain may affect a patient for weeks, months or years.
Each pain sufferer’s experience of pain is unique , requiring a customized plan with pain medicine to treat each individual’s condition and needs. The most commonly prescribed pain medications are typically orally administered. However, with the current opioid environment and the side effects associated with oral medications - dizziness, drowsiness, GI issues, constipation, nausea, sedation, decreased cognition, dry mouth, etc. - compounding with topical pain medications are a great solution to combine multiple types of medications together, target absorption without the side effects seen with oral medications, provide ease of administration and offer less frequent dosing. Ask about our non-opioid pain medication.
Commonly requested formulas are to treat: