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Podiatry Compounding

Podiatry is the study, treatment, and diagnosis of disorders of the lower legs, ankles, and feet. Believe it or not but over 90% of adults that are suffering from arthritis and 25% of those adults with diabetes, are suffering from problems related to their feet, ankles, or lower legs. Some of the common symptoms include neuropathy-caused numbness or sensitivity, poor circulation, pain, and swelling.

Treating Foot Problems through Compounded Medicines

It is common for us to create unique solutions and formulations to treat the unique needs of many of our patients. We only use formulas that have been tried and tested over years of experience and training. We can do a number of things in order to treat the condition you are suffering from such as adding penetrant enhancers in order to improve the absorption thus the effectiveness of medications that are topically applied. We can also combine many different medications into one in order to make it more convenient for you to take and administer. We can also do a synergistic effect as well when we use different medications at the same time.

Podiatry Compounding
Compounding: Noblesville Pharmacy can personalize your medication so that it will meet your unique needs

Getting good results depends more on just the kind of medication you are using but also on the base and preparation method that are being used. Here are some of the many preparations that we are able to compound for podiatry. In order to determine what your exact needs are, please consult your doctor or compounding pharmacists in order to find out the medications, strength, and the form of the dosage that will prove to be the most effective for you.

  • Hydrocortisone

  • Ketoprofen 10% Topical Gel

  • Glycophate Cream

  • Itraconazole in DMSO Solution

  • Fluconazole/Ibuprofen Topical Gel

  • Ketamine/Gabapentin Transdermal Gel

  • Urea 40% Ointment

  • Phenytoin Topical

  • KOH Solution – 5% and 10%

To get the compounding services you need now, please do not hesitate to call us up at 317-231-5252.

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