Patients

Compounding combines an ageless art with the latest medical knowledge and state-of-the-art technology, allowing specially trained professionals to prepare customized medications to meet each patient’s specific needs. Compounding is fundamental to the profession of pharmacy and was a standard means of providing prescription... Read More

Medical Professionals

Compounding helps provides a wide range of options not found within the limits of commercially-prepared medications Compounding provides an opportunity for the prescriber to provide the best possible care to their patients by opening a range of treatment possibilities not found within the limits of commercially- prepared... Read More

Veterinarians

Are you struggling to provide animals exactly the right dosage in a form they will accept? The Compounding Center has a solution. Did You Know? We can compound a dose that matches the size of the pet from gerbils to horses! The Compounding Center and Veterinarians work closely together to improve and maximize the...Read More

Latest Compounding News

Prescription Lyme Disease Therapies

There are still things that are unknown about Lyme disease, but great strides are being made. If you have or know someone that has Lyme disease, then you know a lot about it already. In recent years, Lyme disease has become a cause for intense public concern. Below, find out some facts about Lyme disease… View Article

Why Choose TCC?

The Compounding Center is your one stop shop for all things medical. Whether you are in the market for medical equipment or need a compounded prescription filled, our staff is ready to assist you with your needs. We take every step to ensure your satisfaction and want to meet your needs before you leave our… View Article

Going gluten free?  Watch for hidden sources of gluten!

Many people try to recommit to a healthier lifestyle after the turn of the New Year. If that’s been your goal so far these first few months, you may have been avoiding gluten. Millions of people in the US have some form of gluten intolerance, and many more have yet to be diagnosed.  Most people… View Article

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