Uptown Chemist Compounding Pharmacy
Today’s personalized lifestyle approach to medicine requires a more contemporary approach to healthcare and wellness. Compounding pharmacies such as the Uptown Chemist, in Naples, are serving the no-one-size-fits-all niche with customized and personalized medications that treat specific needs. In order to improve Southwest Florida’s quality of life, this family-owned and locally operated compounding pharmacy not only creates customized medications, but also integrated wellness plans via relationships with local doctors.
A compounding pharmacy specializes in the preparation of prescriptions by mixing raw ingredients to formulate a medication that is made exclusively for a patient based on the requirements of a physician. The products created by compounding are endless and can serve to optimize the health and treatment of individuals. Traditional pharmacies dispense standardized commercial medications manufactured by a pharmaceutical company.
Compounding pharmacies can dispense commercial medications, as well as compound medications. They are all regulated by the State Board of Pharmacies of their respective states. However, no pharmacy is regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Reputable compounding pharmacies use ingredients that are sourced from an FDA-approved chemical house.
Handcrafting customized medications while offering personalized wellness consultations in their state-of-the-art laboratory and community pharmacy setting, Uptown Chemist compounding specialties include hormone restoration therapy, wound care, pediatrics, pain management, autism, oncology, thyroid imbalance, men’s and women’s health, hospice and sexual dysfunction.
Uptown Chemist is located at 2700 Immokalee Rd., Ste. 24, in Naples. For more information, call 239-431-4217 or visit UptownChemist.com.
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