T&C Compounding Provider & Patient Events:
LDN & CBD Info Sessions
T&C Compounding’s very own, John Herr, RPh, will be speaking to the New Jersey Community about non opioid alternatives that are gaining popularity. Chronic Pain or Autoimmune Conditions can be taxing on quality of life, especially when an effective treatment has yet to be found.
John Herr, RPh
David Yeazel, MS, MPh
“The Utilization of Low-Dose Naltrexone (LDN) and CBD as a Novel Treatment Option for Chronic Pain”
Physicians & Patients Welcome!
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Speaker: John Herr, RPh
John Herr, R.Ph., FIACP, graduated from Saint John’s University in 1984 with a B.S. in Pharmacy. As a pharmacy student, John was launched into the trajectory that his career would follow when he began practicing compounding in 1983. Since that time, John has practiced in several different compounding disciplines, ultimately specializing in pediatrics, integrative medicine, pain management, and sterile compounding. John worked at several different retail pharmacies before he purchased an independent retail pharmacy in May of 2000. At Town & Country, John began to develop the pharmacy’s compounding business by serving the needs locally of patients in the community.
Speaker: David Yeazel, MS, MPh
David Yeazel brings a unique perspective to LDN, combining expertise in basic and clinical biomedical research, with its clinical applications to patient populations. After pursuing undergraduate studies in Psychobiology with Honors at Oberlin College, his initial research interests were within primatology, being awarded a Watson Fellowship for studies in comparative primatology in Africa and Asia. David currently serves as an advisor to the LDN Research Trust, an international non-profit organization dedicated to supporting ongoing research into how LDN can best help patients suffering from chronic pain, autoimmune, and mental health conditions.
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High Demand for Alternative Options in Pain & Autoimmune Conditions
You are invited to hear John Herr, RPH, Owner of Town & Country Compounding speak about how to improve quality of life for patients with chronic health issues.
Town & Country Compounding held chronic pain informational sessions earlier this year, and found patients responding positively & finding success with the new treatment options (LDN, CBD Oil, or a regimen utilizing both).
Expert John Herr, RPh and a special guest speaker will talk about the latest and greatest in exciting therapies (non-opioid, non-narcotic) for helping with chronic pain conditions as well as symptoms caused by autoimmune diseases.
The pharmacists at Town & Country Compounding have years of experience using natural options along with other non-opioid therapies and would like to share the information with you.
Patients and Providers are Welcome to the Informational Session.
This event serves to provide a forum for patients, that are suffering from chronic pain & painful symptoms of autoimmune disorders, to connect with peers going through the same difficulties. Providers also get to hear directly from patients and learn from the experts about when these treatments may benefit their patients’ needs.
Light Refreshments will be served.
New Jersey LDN Low Dose Naltrexone & CBD Experts will be addressing current research information of the effectiveness of each, and the possible indications of utilizing both for treatment of chronic pain & autoimmune conditions.
Finding the Right Fit to Treat Your Pain
Chronic inflammatory diseases are complex to treat and have an impact on a large number of patients. Since the 1990s, opioid prescriptions have been increasing in prevalence in chronic inflammatory and neuropathic conditions. However, most
What to Expect
In the Informative Session, John Herr, RPh, will explain alternative treatments for pain. You will learn about the alternative treatments that are available to treat chronic pain associated with:
– Chronic Pain & Inflammation
– Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis
– Rheumatoid Arthritis
– Crohn’s Disease
– Ulcerative Colitis