Frequently Asked Questions About Pain Cream
A. Pain Cream can be used to treat a wide range of conditions, including upper & lower back pain, arthritic pain, musculoskeletal pain, neuropathic pain, diabetes-related pain, sports-related pain, muscle spasms, carpal tunnel syndrome, gout, tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, epicondylitis, tendinosis, trigeminal neuralgia, TMJ disorders, radiculopathy, and fibromyalgia.
A. Pain Creams are custom compounded to provide high local concentration of medication for targeted relief. This method also reduces systemic absorption of active drug, helping to reduce side effects, drug-to-drug interactions, and other complications which can limit dosage.
A. The topical application method significantly reduces the risk of dependence and addiction.
A. Pain Cream has fewer side effects than other pain medications and eliminates some of the most common complications of NSAIDs (GI irritation and ulcers), opiates (constipation) and muscle relaxants (sedation).
A. Yes, Pain Cream can be used in combination with most other medications and due to its transdermal administration causes far less interaction with other drugs. Always consult your physician about using Pain Cream in combination with other medications or treatments.
A. Yes, when used as directed.
A. Pain Cream is typically applied 3 to 4 times a day or as needed. Specific instructions will be provided with your medication when shipped.
A. Yes, in most cases Pain Cream can be used by children, but each case is unique. Your physician will assess when and how it is appropriate to prescribe Pain Cream for a child.
A. No, it can be stored at room temperature.
A. Yes, Pain Cream can be used with other skin products. Consult your pharmacist or physician.