Pain Management compounding for some patients may be more effective for easing their pain and addressing it more sustainably and effectively.
There has been a serious epidemic that has hit our society with respect to the abuse of opioid pain medication. Addiction is a real danger, which has led medical practitioners and their patients to turn to other alternatives in pain management.
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Physicians work with compounding pharmacies for a variety of reasons. Patient needs differ, after all, and their individual needs should be addressed. Providers have been turning to compounding pharmacies for decades, especially when patients are not getting results from commercially produced medications, or maybe those medications include ingredients that contain allergens. On many occasions, a certain medication has been discontinued and must be custom made in a compounding pharmacy, like Eastern States Compounding.
Compounded medication is ideal for patients with specific needs. The medication that they require may no longer exist or their options may be limited because they may have adverse reactions to certain ingredients.
This is especially important to consider in pain management if providers were to improve the quality of their patients’ lives, who may be suffering from chronic pain.
Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) has gained popularity in addressing chronic pain associated with fibromyalgia, Crohn’s disease, multiple sclerosis, & complex regional pain syndrome
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