Meeting Your Needs with Custom Medications
Compounding uses the latest pharmaceutical knowledge and requires specialized training as well as state-of-the-art equipment. Most pharmacies are not equipped to handle the requirements for this type of technology. The Compounding Pharmacy is the only compounding-only pharmacy in Hickory, North Carolina. Let us show you how we can meet your health needs.
- Prescription medications
- Natural medicines
- Nutritional supplements
- Veterinary pharmaceuticals
We look forward to serving you and answering any questions you may have.
The Compounding Pharmacy Has Made Or Has The Capability Of Making Compounded Medications Capsules
In The Following Categories: *
Medicated Lollipops, Lozenges, Popsicles
Nasal Sprays & Solutions
Otic Solutions & Suspensions
Sugar Free Formulations
*As you may have noticed, The Compounding Pharmacy does not display a list of specific medications that we have compounded on this web site. This is due to the regulatory environment related to compounding. The 1997 FDA Modernization Act (Modernization Act) specifically took away the right of any compounding pharmacy to advertise specific products. On April 29, 2002 the U.S. Supreme Court overturned the compounding section of the Modernization Act, and we are currently allowed to advertise specific products. So why don't we?
The Supreme Court affirmed the right for our freedom of speech in a commercial environment. We agree that we should have this right. However, we also understand the reasons why the FDA did not want pharmacies to advertise compounded products. So while we are technically able to advertise products we choose not to. A big difference.
While the Modernization Act is not current law, we believe several portions of this act were good for compounding and we choose to abide with these sections even though we do not have to.Â As an example, the Modernization Act allowed the FDA to create a list of drugs that should not be compounded. You have our assurance we will not produce any drug that was on the FDA's list not to compound.