DON’T SUFFER WITH PAIN
While there is no magic, cure-all drug for pain, Innovation Compounding provides many options for addressing your particular symptoms.
Chronic pain, if left unchecked, can result in an inability to work or maintain health insurance. Don’t succumb to chronic pain; instead, address your symptoms using a custom-formulated treatment option made just for you.
Medications can be formulated just for you and are:
- High quality
- Customized for you
- Low in side effects
- Safe with other medications
- & Affordable!
We take each of our patients’ needs into consideration when deciding on treatment options. Strengths and doses of our pain management therapies can be made for your particular needs.
Innovation Compounding specializes in the use of topical gels as an additional method of managing pain when oral therapies are no longer an option. Transdermal therapies come with many advantages, including avoidance of the gastrointestinal tract, bypassing drug and food interactions, as well as the ability to combine multiple drugs into one product.
For more information about topical pain gels or other pain management therapies, talk with your doctor or connect with one of our pharmacists.
Some conditions may be associated with pain arising from a discrete cause, such as post-operative discomfort or another malignancy; there are also conditions in which pain constitutes the primary problem, such as neuropathic pains or headaches.
Unrelieved pain can accrue numerous costs, which include longer hospital stays, increased rates of re-hospitalization, increased outpatient visits, and decreased ability to function normally—all of which can lead to lost income and lapsed insurance coverage.
According to a recent report from the Institute of Medicine, “Relieving Pain in America: A Blueprint for Transforming Prevention, Care, Education, and Research,” pain is a significant public health problem that costs our society at least $560-$635 billion annually, an amount equal to about $2,000 per U.S. citizen. This includes the total incremental cost of health care due to pain ranging between $261-$300 billion and $297-$336 billion as a result of lost productivity (based on days of work missed, hours of work lost, and lower wages).