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T&C Compounding provides customized pain solutions according to your needs

Town & Country Compounding has what you need for pain

T&C Compounding knows managing pain is a complex and personal battle, finding the best solution to get through the day. Depending on the individual, different approaches suit certain people. Finding that balance can be a challenge, but T&C Compounding works directly with your physician to find the right fit.

In today’s age, pain medications have a diverse strength and can affect the body differently. It is important to know what your body can handle and abstaining addiction is essential. That’s why T&C works with individuals to find the best pain solution; with the appropriate dosage, strength and form. We appreciate your interest and welcome any questions, comments, or feedback.

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)

Experts globally have been recommending the utilization of Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) for the treatment of Chronic Pain and Autoimmune Disorders. T&C Compounding LDN Experts are experienced and always up-to-date in the most advanced formulation of the non-opioid treatment. They work with you and your provider to find the perfect treatment.

T&C Vitamins & Supplements Recommended for Pain Management & Inflammation

Know Your Options When it Comes to Pain

With today’s epidemic of opioid addiction & abuse, the utilization of natural non-opioid alternatives has become more desirable & in-demand.

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Town & Country Compounding Pharmacists’ Expertise in LDN & Ketamine Pain Management

Town & Country Compounding Pharmacists’ Expertise in LDN & Ketamine Pain Management

Town & Country Pain Management expert, Ann Shin, PharmD shared information regarding compounded LDN and ketamine microdosing at the Pennsylvania Pain Society Annual.. Read More →
Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Titration Kits

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) Titration Kits

Doses for LDN are very individualized, and one dose does not fit all. Because of this, we offer titration kits so patients can.. Read More →
Addressing Topical Pain Management with Expert Pharmacists

Addressing Topical Pain Management with Expert Pharmacists

Pain is perceived differently by everyone. Pain can be short term, long term, severe, or mild, but whatever type of pain you are.. Read More →


A review article published in The Journal of General Practice by Branvold and Carvalho (2014), researches compounded transdermal pain medications versus oral. Their research supports the superior advantages of transdermal.

A review article published in The Journal of Opioid Management Since the number of prescriptions for opioid medications have continued to rise, there have been questions about the safety of using opioids in pain management. This review clarifies the current state of opioid use and discusses alternative transdermal analgesic therapies in pain management.


Medications are not one-size-fits-all, and at T&C Compounding, we formulate medication specific to the individual. Pain can be triggered differently between people, depending on the injury or condition, and thus must be treated with medications that best suit the situation. For example:

  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • osteoarthritis
  • fibromyalgia
  • cancer
  • multiple sclerosis
  • stomach ulcers
  • AIDS
  • gallbladder disease.
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Chronic pain
  • Ordinary aging of the spine
  • Traumatic injury
  • A congenital condition such as curvature of the spine
  • Being overweight, which puts excess strain on the back and knees
  • Nerve damage

Multiple Forms Available

Topical/ Transdermal

Topical/ Transdermal

Topical/ Transdermal

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)

Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN)

Low Dose Naltrexone

For treatment of chronic pain, Parkinson’s, Arthritis & More.

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Town & Country Compounding has the most advanced, state-of-the-art equipment and most current knowledge, to provide you with the pain management medications that you need. We understand the limits that pain has on your happiness, and we take pride in helping to alleviate that discomfort.

Pain Examples

Topical Pain Management

Topical pain management has become a popular approach to treating localized pain. Whether the pain is due to arthritis, muscle trauma, neuropathic issues, or a host of other possible causes, the topical pain approach can be very beneficial.

The initial advantage of localized topical pain management was to minimize systemic distribution of opioids and other systemically acting analgesics to minimize their adverse effects. However, the utilization of various oral nutritional agents, along with the topically applied agents, can significantly improve overall pain management.

Sport Injury/Muscle Overuse

Pain from sports injury or overuse can be greatly improved with the usage of a nutritional product such as Inflam-Enz along with topical therapy. The once daily dosage of Inflam-Enz provides for convenient inflammatory management. Neuropathic pain is always challenging to treat. However, incorporating oral nutritional support, along with a topical cream approach, will greatly expedite remission and improve outcomes. Inflamed, hyperactive nerves are one of the major signs of neuropathic pain. Studies have shown that Acetyl-l-carnitine can positively impact nerve pain using multiple mechanisms of action. Alpha lipoic acid (ALA) 300 mg is another nutritional supplement with a documented track record for treating neuropathy. A unique approach to addressing nerve pain is to enhance body stores of the essential neural antioxidant, glutathione. The combination of glutathione found in Liposomal Glutathione 250 mg along with methylcobalamin found in Methyl B-12 Lozenges 3,000 mcg can help to improve nerve function and protect the nerve cell from additional damage.