Each person is unique and many patient’s benefit from custom medications made just for them. Brashear’s recognizes that a pharmacy doing more for patient’s is what’s needed.
Compounding has been a part of pharmacy from it’s beginning. Compounding is widely used today in all areas of the industry, from hospitals to nuclear medicine to your hometown pharmacy such as Brashear’s.
Compounding’s resurgence in recent decades has benefited from advances in technology, quality control, and research methodology. The Food and Drug Administration has stated that compounded prescriptions are both ethical and legal as long as they are prescribed by a licensed practitioner for a specific patient, and compounded by a licensed pharmacy.
In every field of medicine, there are some patients who don’t respond to traditional methods of treatments. Those patients may respond better to strengths not available from drug manufacturers, or they simply need a different method of ingesting the medicine. Specialty compounding provided by Brashear’s Pharmacy meets these patient needs. Brashear’s Pharmacy provides a way for doctors to customize an individualized prescription for the specific needs of a patient.
- Female and Male Bio-Identical Hormones
- Low Dose Naltrexone
- Dermatological Conditions
- Pain Management
- Pulmonary (lungs)
- Sinus, Ear, Nose, Throat
- Sports Medicine
- Discontinued or Unavailable Medications
Medications can be custom made as capsules, oral liquids, torches and lollipops, creams, gels and ointments and suppositories.
Learn what the FDA say’s about compounding here. Our pharmacists’s are always available to speak with you and answer your questions about specialty compounding.
Brashear’s Pharmacy is able to take care of your furry family members.
We welcome prescriptions from your veterinarian treating your pets. We have years of experience in compounding medications flavored and formulated specially for animals.
We’re able to adjust both the flavor and the formulation to make it easier for pet owners.
Transferring your compound prescription is as easy as calling us today or using our online prescription transfer form here.