Pain is actually the most common symptom for which people seek medical help. However, there are many different types of pain, which is an important consideration when choosing the most effective compounded pain medications or other therapies. For example, individuals may be suffering from nerve pain or muscular pain and inflammation. That’s why FountainRx offers an array of compounded pain medications and other drugs for individuals living with chronic (ongoing) and acute pain due to all types of health issues.
The recent opioid epidemic has revealed the addictive nature of many pain medications, and has led to a shift away from prescribing these dangerous drugs. Individuals and physicians looking for safer treatment options often consider compounded pain medications as a viable alternative to these drugs. One of the most promising options is the use of topical pain medications. Topical delivery (applying a medicine directly to the skin) is a method to relieve pain that is both effective and non-addictive. Side effects and drug interactions are also greatly reduced with these treatment options.
Many health conditions can be successfully and safely treated with our compounded pain medications. These include arthritis, neuropathic pain, sports injuries, shingles, chronic pain, fibromyalgia, temporomandibular joint disorders, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, gout and vascular diseases.
FountainRx staff members understand the challenges associated with managing this issue, and provide compassionate support to individuals living with chronic pain.They also have extensive knowledge of the various treatment options available.
Living with chronic pain is a daily challenge, and it’s not an issue that many individuals who don’t suffer from these symptoms can easily understand. That’s why it’s important for you to reach out to groups and organizations for support and help. The following resources may be valuable to you if you live with chronic pain:
> The American Chronic Pain Association
> Arthritis Foundation
> National Fibromyalgia Association
> National Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Association