INNOVATION COMPOUNDING BLOG
Introducing Intra-Articular Injections Conditions like osteoarthritis happen as a result of lost articular cartilage in major joints like the knee, shoulder, and hip. Additionally, osteoarthritis can reduce certain joint properties like elasticity and viscosity of the...read more
Spring is a wonderful time of year. It brings a variety of unique organisms that remind us of the cycle of life. One amazing example is the microscopic egg that develops into a larvae (caterpillar), and eventually a pupa (or chrysalis) that continues to mature until...read more
Spring is a wonderful time of year. It brings a variety of unique organisms that remind us of the cycle of life. One amazing example is the microscopic egg that develops into a larvae (caterpillar), and eventually a pupa (or chrysalis) that continues to...read more
Spring is a wonderful time of year, but for allergy sufferers it can mean several months of misery. The main culprit is tree pollen which can fill the air and lead to runny noses, itchy eyes, coughing and wheezing. The months of March and April are...read more
Stay on the level this Valentine’s The neurochemical reactions that occur when people fall in love are both complex and beautiful. At the heart of most social/sexual bonding is the hormone oxytocin, also known as the “love hormone”. Oxytocin works in...read more
Recent legislation in the form of HR 2871 (The Preserving Patient Access to Compounded Medications Act of 2017) aims to protect patients' access to personalized medications prescribed by physicians and compounded by pharmacists. This important piece of...read more
Member Alert: January 30, 2018 International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists (IACP) Urges Congress to Protect Patient Access to Compounded Medications IACP Vice President Shawn Hodges, PharmD Serves as Witness for Pharmacy Compounding at E&C Health...read more
You may know that vitamin C is an important vitamin found in all fruits and vegetables, but which cannot be produced by the body. You may also know that scurvy (a disease not just common among pirates) is caused by a severe lack of vitamin C and brings...read more
An IV Boost of Vitamins and Nutrients Decades ago, John Myers, MD, started the use of intravenous (IV) vitamins and minerals to treat his patients’ various medical problems like fatigue and infection. After his death in 1984, other practitioners began...read more
Applications for Heart Health “Chelation”—from the Greek chelè meaning “claw”—refers to the binding of metal ions to two or more atoms of a (claw-like) chelating agent, which includes citric acid, edetate disodium (EDTA), and phosphonates.1 This bonding...read more
HOUSTON – January 2018 – Shawn Hodges, PharmD, Innovation Compounding in Kennesaw, Ga., has been elected Vice President of the 2018 International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists (IACP) Board of Directors by the IACP membership. IACP is an association...read more
More and more integrative, holistic, and functional medicine practices have found that many patients respond better to IV nutrition when compared to traditional oral supplements. IV nutrition (or parenteral) therapies “are a rising trend in integrative...read more
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