Compounding Pharmacy

Medication and Prescription Compounding

Compounding refers to the creation of customized medication, specially tailored for the patient’s ease of usage. Considering that different patients may have difficulties ingesting medication due to allergies within the ingredients, an unfavorable taste, the inability to swallow pills, the need for an unavailable dosage, or a lack of commercial availability; compounding is a potential solution to a multi-faceted issue. By changing the medication to a liquid, cream, ointment, gel as well as changing  the flavoring of the liquid to make it more palatable, medication can seem less of a punishment and more geared toward solving an underlying medical condition! 

Now available at our Compounding Pharmacy:

Atropine 0.025% 0.01% 0.02% 0.05%  Eye Drops

Treatment to slow down progression of PEDIATRIC MYOPIA

Learn more about our Medication Compounding for Dentistry 

Learn more about our Medication Compounding for Pets

Consider the following list of compounding techniques and services:

Transdermal and Topical Formulations

Especially in cases where a patient has difficulty swallowing reformulating a drug as a transdermal gel or cream changes the route of ingestion to absorption through the skin. Administered by massaging the medication into the back, wrist, or another appropriate area, transdermal administration is a safe alternative used to replace expensive, inconvenient, and painful intravenous therapies and injections, and is also useful for patients who present with nausea or chronic and persistent illness.


Troches are lozenges that are placed between the cheek and gums to dissolve. This route of ingestion allows medication to be absorbed through the lining of the cheek as opposed to the gastrointestinal tract. This form of ingestion provides a faster rate of drug absorption into the bloodstream.

Creams, Ointments, and Sprays

Creams, ointments, lip balms, metered nasal or sublingual sprays, and non-aerosol topical sprays can be used to apply medication directly to the affected site. Insufflators are ideal for applying medications in powder form to hard-to-reach areas such as the ear canal. It is possible compound cosmetically appealing creams, ointments, and gels containing the specific medications needed to treat each patient's unique problem.


Capsules can be compounded to contain multiple compatible active ingredients or in numerous colors or sizes to simplify dosing schedules.


Suppositories remain a popular dosage form. Unique designs such as the "rectal rocket" facilitate simultaneous internal and external administration of medications to treat hemorrhoids and other conditions.

Talk to your physician or healthcare provider about compounding options that can work for you and your family.

Enexia Specialty has Nationally Certified Technicians and Pharmacists to serve you. You may contact us online, in-person or by phone at the location in your area.

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