Topical pain creams combine multiple proven therapeutic ingredients. Topical creams are absorbed through the skin targeting the affected location.
Using oral pain killers and anti-inflammatory medications for a long period of time can cause serious health issues such as gastrointestinal problems. Applying topical pain creams can decrease a persons dependency on oral medication. Topical pain creams are applied directly onto the skin to treat the exact area of pain, which oral medications cannot do. The most common areas that topical pain creams are applied to are joints, neck, the lumbar region of the back, and the feet. Topical pain cream formulas are designed by the doctor specifically for their patients and compounded by our pharmacist.
- Read and follow directions carefully. If there is an insert, save it to refer to later.
- Never apply them to wounds or damaged skin.
- Do not use them along with a heating pad, because it could cause burns.
- Do not use under a tight bandage.
- Wash your hands well after using them. Avoid touching your eyes with the product on your hands.
Are there any side effects associated with topical pain relievers?
Side effects are uncommon. A rash may develop when the individual has surprisingly sensitive skin or an allergy to among the drugs inside the prescription. There is pretty small systemic intake with all the transdermal creams; consequently, the opportunity of negative effects is a lot lower than when the individual was taking the same drugs inside an oral shape. Unlike Oral NSAIDS, the transdermal cream never create any G. I. upset or problems.
The added benefits of Topical Compounded Creams makes them a top choice for patients and for doctors.