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Baylife Compounding

Prescription Compounding Pharmacy for Medication Product

Home Sports Medicine


Sportsmen have their own range of issues, which include different kinds of pain including shoulder pain muscular pain, and backache. Sports Medicine Compoundingsolutions provide answers to each pain and/or wound condition. Compounding, in principle, is a mix of ingredients and concentrates on the creation or preparation of Medicines by analysing the players body and prepares medicine based on the ingredients which are required by the individual.

We as sports medicine compounding pharmacy, work specifically on providing targeted Wound Care Medications also to sports player by developing/ exploring ingredients based on their diet, the daily regime, and the way the amount of medication the body needs. Every pain has a different cure but when it comes to sports therapy and of course it needs to be acting faster than usual to help players get back to their activities as soon as possible.

Since topical creams and transdermal gels are placed directly on the source of discomfort, it can start working right away. We carry products that can help with many different symptoms.

Do you have any of the following symptoms?

  • Pain
  • Nausea
  • Muscle Spasms
  • Leg Cramps
  • Lip Balms
  • Arthritis

How does compounding work?

Compounding pharmacies can produce unique dosage forms based on patient preferences and/or restrictions. Examples include dye-free, preservative-free, alcohol-free, and/or sugar-free forms of medications.

Many compounds are specialized medication combinations or liquid or cream forms of products that are not otherwise commercially available.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Compounding?

In general, compounding is a practice in which a licensed pharmacist, upon a physicians’ prescription order, combines, mixes, or alters ingredients of a drug to create a medication tailored to the needs of an individual patient.

A health care provider will prescribe a compounded drug when commercially available products do not meet your needs. Preparing a paste or suspension from crushed tablets is one example of compounding. Likewise, adding flavoring to medication is also compounding.

Is a prescription required?

Yes, a prescription order from a physician is required for the pharmacist to compound your medication to meet your specific needs.

Are compounded prescriptions covered by insurance?

Some health insurance plans cover compounded medications. Check with your insurance company to see if you have coverage. Many pharmacies are able to bill insurance companies directly for compounded medications. If unable to bill your insurance company, you may submit a claim form to your insurance company to reimburse you directly. Depending on the nature of the product, these medications may be just as affordable as your conventional prescriptions.

How does my medical provider play a role in compounding?

Many medical providers are aware of the practice of compounding, and they may work with your local compounding pharmacy to provide the right medication for you. Talk to your pharmacist or doctor today if you feel that a compounded prescription may be a better way to manage a health condition for you or your family member.

Does a compounding pharmacist have special training?

All pharmacists are taught in pharmacy school how to properly compound medications, and many compounding pharmacists have advanced training after pharmacy school graduation. Compounding pharmacists utilize their unique pharmacy skills, knowledge, and creativity to work with you and your prescriber to prepare medication in a dosage form that has been customized to your particular needs.

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday 09:30 AM - 05:30 PM
Saturday & Sunday Closed


Contact Us

  • Address 5665 Park St. N. St. Petersburg, Fl. 33709
  • Phone 727-440-9533
  • Fax 727-400-6948

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