Compounding is the art and science of preparing customized medications for patients that are not commercially available. The practice dates back to the origins of pharmacy when a pharmacist used to make medication for each specific patient. Since the evolution of pharmaceutical manufacturing the role of the pharmacist has changed dramatically. However, in more recent years, prescription compounding has made a resurgence. Modern technology and innovative research has allowed the pharmacist to customize medications to meet the unique needs of patients. We can compound medication into many dosage forms such as creams, suspensions, lollipops, troches, capsules, suppositories, pet treats and more!

Our specially trained staff at Brewerton Pharmacy allows us to offer the unique advantages of a compounding pharmacy to the most important people we know, YOU, our friends and patients.

While the industry is geared for the needs of the masses, we at Brewerton Pharmacy are committed to individuals.  Our specially trained staff is eager to work with you and your physician to insure that the medication you require is tailored to your specific needs.

Benefits of compounding include relief from:                                                                        

  • Hormone Imbalance
  • Dietary Restrictions
  • Pain Management
  • Sports Injuries
  • Dermatological Conditions
  • Foot Ailments
  • Wound Care
  • Veterinary Challenges
  • Hospice Care
  • Special Pediatric Needs
  • Dentistry
  • Sinusitis
  • We can also make commercially unavailable or discontinued medications

What to ask your prescriber about compounding:

Prescription compounding is a rapidly growing component of many prescriber’s practices, but in today’s world of aggressive marketing by drug manufacturers, some may not realize the extent of compounding’s resurgence in recent years. Ask your prescriber about personalized medicine. Our compounding pharmacists are committed to providing high-quality compounded medications in the dosage form and strength prescribed by your healthcare provider. We can consult with your healthcare provider about ways to personalize a medication to meet your needs, and through the triad of patient, physician and pharmacist, can work together to solve your unique medical problems.