You can choose a non-opioid topical pain medication as a safe alternative for muscle or neuropathic pain management.
Topical Pain Medications Have Been Helping Patients With Chronic Pain Resulting From These Conditions:
- Arthritis/Joint Pain
- Diabetic Neuropathy
- Migraine Headaches
- Muscle Spasms
- Neuropathic Pain
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Podiatric Issues
- Radiation Pain
- Rectal Spasms
- Sports Injuries
- Vaginal Pain
Topical compounded medications are compounded using non-opioid based ingredients combined with active ingredients that are enhanced into a base to permeate the treatment area1. Compounding pharmacists help patients with chronic pain management by compounding customized topical pain medications using a permeation-enhancing base.
Valor Compounding Pharmacy compounds pain medications, just as compounding pharmacists have made specialty topical compounded for decades2.
You should not accept pain as part of your daily life
Valor compounds topical pain medications in permeation enhancing bases, allowing simultaneous delivery of four active ingredients.
What Makes Compounded Topical Pain Medication Different?
The use of a transdermal cream often means the difference between treatment success or failure for patients unable to take medications in the common forms of orals or injectables. Application of cream to a localized area means a higher concentration at the site of application and lower the concentration effects throughout other parts of the body.
The benefit of a transdermal application includes a more direct path to the bloodstream3b. With the custom creation of topical pain medication, the likelihood of drugs mixing, and reducing the efficacy of one medication, is potentially reduced.
We offer multiple ways to order compounded medications. Select what’s convenient for you.
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1. American Academy of Pain Medicine. (n.d.). AAPM facts and figures on pain. Retrieved from http://www.painmed.org/paitentcenter/facts-on-pain/
2. Day, AJ, and Maria Carvalho. “Compounding & The U.S. Opioid Epidemic.” Apothagram, pp. 1–1. Summer 2018, www.pccarx.com/.
3a, 3b. “Lipoderm Transdermal Is Only Proven Base To Deliver Up to Four Medications At Once.” PCCA, 8 March, 2012. Professional Compounding Centers of America, www.pccarx.com/Documents/M-Files/98413_Lipoderm_PR_3-8-12.pdf. Press release, PDF download.