Total Life Care Compounding is the drug compounding department of Lake Side Pharmacy. We provide highly specialized and unique options for your medication needs. Our pharmacists work directly with your healthcare provider to create the right combination of therapies to increase your quality of life. At Total Life Care Compounding by Lake Side Pharmacy, we go the extra mile to be sure you get the medication that your doctor prescribes by billing your insurance and offering free overnight shipping to ensure you can begin your therapy as quickly as possible.
We specialize in the following:
Pain is derived from a combination of events like tissue damage, nerve injury, and inflammation. Chronic pain requires a multi-disciplinary approach to help alleviate symptoms. Depending on the specific patient and their pain condition, providers often use multiple drugs from different classes to treat pain.
Using many of the same drugs taken orally for pain, TLC blends these Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs) with the transdermal cream Lipoderm®, which is the highest quality and most thoroughly studied transdermal cream in the marketplace. It delivers APIs through the skin directly to the tissue sites bypassing the sluggish GI Tract. This potentially minimizes the side effects patients may experience when taken these drugs orally.
A scar is a natural part of the healing process. Total Life Care offers customized compound topical gels designed for many different scars and stretch marks. Using Pracasil® as the base gel, we combine multiple APIs to develop specific formulas to help a patient’s individual needs.
Regardless if the scar is old or new, we have a solution for you.
Nasal irrigations that contain antibiotics or antifungals exhibit a benefit for the user in the eradication of certain bacteria and fungi. These delivery methods have also been observed to help eliminate infections that are in the prescence of biofilms in the nasal passages and sinus cavities.
We use Loxasperse™ and combine pre-determined API’s to form a dry powder that’s dispensed into a capsule. A nebulizer is then used to deliver these medications deep within the sinus cavities for patient relief.
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