Quality and Consistency
We don’t just serve our patients! Our state-of-the-art compounding services are also available to physicians. Our on-site pharmacy offers personalized treatment in a variety of dosage strengths and forms to make it as convenient as possible for our clients.
Our primary focus is getting the desired results for our clients. We feel our experience and consistency sets us apart. Our pharmacists have been helping patients with customized solutions for years from our state-of-the-art compounding facility located in Spring, Texas which features an accredited clean room.
Our compounded medications and vitamins are made to order. We make every effort to fulfill your request in a timely manner (typically within 48 business hours). However, if you are out of refills please contact us a week in advance so we can contact your physician for additional refills. Most providers require 48-72 hours turnaround time.
Vitamins are essential for the body to function normally. They play a crucial role in physical and mental development and in the prevention and cure of various health problems. Each type of vitamin actually refers to a group of compounds called vitamers that perform a particular biological or chemical activity associated with that vitamin. There are thirteen vitamins required by our bodies for biochemical functions and for the performance of many roles in the body. For most of us, it is difficult to synthesize organic compounds in adequate amounts with our regular diet.
Men and Women can have unique health issues that can benefit from customized medications prepared by a compounding pharmacy.
A drop in testosterone levels is a natural result of aging. Around the age of 30, men’s levels of testosterone start to slowly decline. This drop-in testosterone, while natural, can have negative implications on vital bodily functions. Testosterone aids in building muscle, bone density, sex drive, and the production of sperm and red blood cells. This lower level of testosterone production can also be caused by other underlying health factors, like chronic medical conditions, diabetes, obesity, and other hormonal conditions. Fortunately, in most cases, this condition is treatable.
Low testosterone can cause:
Changes in sexual function, like reduced sexual desire, fewer spontaneous erections, and infertility.
Changes in sleep patterns.
Physical changes, including increased body fat, reduced muscle bulk and strength, decreased bone density, body hair loss and low energy.
Emotional changes consist of a decrease in motivation or self-confidence, feeling sad or depressed and trouble concentrating or remembering.
Testosterone in Men
Testosterone helps men maintain:
- Bone density
- Fat distribution
- Muscle strength and mass
- Facial and body hair
- Red blood cell production
- Sex drive
- Sperm production
Testosterone in Women
Testosterone in women helps:
- Produce new blood cells
- Enhance libido
- Increase lean muscle mass
- Increase endurance
- Influence follicle-stimulating hormones that can affect reproduction
Erectile Dysfunction is the recurring inability to reach or maintain an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. ED can range from an inconsistent ability or complete inability to achieve an erection to having the ability to only sustain an erection for a brief period of time. It is normal for men to have the occasional difficulties reaching or sustaining an erection. However, the possibility of ED should be considered if a persistent inability or difficulty is present more than 25% of the time.
In the United States, as many as 30 million men are affected by ED. The possibility of having ED increases with age, although it may arise any time during a man’s life. Erectile dysfunction can have a broad range of causes including underlying health conditions that limit blood flow to the penis or sustained damage to the nerves in the area.
It’s not always clear what diet is best for you! Men’s and women’s bodies hold and lose fat differently. Women, on average, hold more weight than men and in various areas of the body. It is imperative to maintain the essential nutrients your body requires when restricting food intake. This is where we come in.
Weight management is becoming more and more common throughout the United States. The levels of obesity are higher than any point in history. This isn’t isolated to the United States either, as many countries are experiencing the same trend. According to a report published by the Institute of Health Metrices and Evaluation, “Since 1980, the prevalence of obesity has doubled in more than 70 countries and has continuously increased in most other countries.”
Being overweight can increase your risk of:
- Heart Disease
- High Blood Pressure
- Some Cancers
- Gallbladder Disease and Gallstones
- Breathing Problems (Sleep Apnea and Asthma)
- Fatty Liver Disease
Another great option for weight loss is a medication-assisted diet. This is especially effective for those who lack the energy or time to start a rigorous workout routine, or for those who are working out and need help with appetite control. A medication-assisted diet may be just the edge you need. We will tailor the medication to your specific goals and challenges with weight loss.
The medication will help control your appetite, burn fat and increase your energy level.
Medication-Assisted Diet includes:
- Full Clinician Work-Up
- Lab Tests and Results
- 1 Month of Medication
- B-12 Shot
- Personal Diet Planning