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Sports Medicine

People playing different types of sports

Participating in sports or fitness activities, at any level, can provoke an injury, muscle pain, self-consciousness about body odor and sweating, as well as bacterial or fungal infections from the locker rooms and showers. With such a range of issues that come up, there are a variety of different types of treatment options in the area of sports medicine. Many oral medications that are commonly used to manage sports concerns and injuries, such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), can cause undesirable side effects and negatively affect athletic performance. 

Coast to Coast Compounding knows that sports medicine is a field where medication innovation flourishes due to the constant demand for athletes to be bigger, better, stronger, and never down-and-out for too long. We are here to help you become the best athlete you can be by working alongside you and your healthcare provider to create a product that works best for you and your needs. 

Injuries and treatment

Sports Medicine Compounding

  1. Coast to Coast Compounding knows that commercially available products often come in a limited variety of strengths or have undesired side effects for athletes. Our compounding pharmacists can offer personalized treatments by utilizing the most appropriate ingredients, strengths, and delivery systems to provide you with the optimal product made with you in mind. Let us help you get back into the games and activities you enjoy even faster with the personalization of a compounded medication.
  2. We can take advantage of compounded medications by formulating them in a topical form to avoid side effects caused by common oral medications and applying what you need right where you need it. 
  3. Contact us to speak with one of our knowledgeable compounding pharmacists. We welcome your call and will make every effort to meet your needs with the help of your healthcare provider.

Man injured while playing basketball

Dosage Forms We Can Prepare

  1. Gels, creams, lotions, and ointments
  2. Capsules
  3. Powders
  4. Solutions, suspensions, and syrups 
  5. Suppositories 
  6. Lip balms

Person putting healing cream on bruise

Areas In Sports Medicine Where Compounding Can Help
  1. Blisters, corns and calluses 
  2. Heel spurs
  3. Plantar fasciitis 
  4. Excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), body odor and foot odor
  5. Fungal nail infection 
  6. Athlete’s Foot and fungal skin infection
  7. Arthritis and joint pain 
  8. Muscle pain, muscle spasms and leg cramps 
  9. Inflammation 
  10. Neuropathic pain 
  11. Warts 
  12. Bruises 
  13. Painful wounds 
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