IONTOPHORESIS ~PHONOPHORESIS~ ULTRASOUND

Are you using the correct Medications to treat your Patients?

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Jayson Pharmacy And Compounding Center
197 Franklin Avenue
Franklin Square, NY 11010
TEL {516} 437-0166 FAX {516} 437-0180

Do you use Dexamethasone, Lidocaine, Acetic Acid, Potassium Iodide or Sodium Chloride in conjunction with your electro therapy treatments?

Are you using the correct forms of these medications to optimize your patients’ healing process? If you use injectable forms of these drugs, the answer is probably No!
At Jayson Pharmacy we specialize in the preparation of topical medications for use with electro therapy.

We customize the vehicle of our solutions to compliment the type of electrode used by the
therapist to obtain maximum benefit from the buffering system which is designed to reduce skin irritation.
None of the solutions we compound are formulated with injectables.
Commercial products designed for parental use are NOT suitable for iontophoresis due to the presence of numerous extraneous ions which by ionic competition will dramatically reduce the transdermal transfer of the therapeutic ion.

We also prepare: Dexamethasone, Hydrocortisone, Lidocaine and other medications in Cream, Gel, Lotion and Ointment forms for Iontophoresis, Phonophoresis, and Ultrasound.

~Please speak to our Compounding Coordinator Louis Today~

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Jayson Pharmacy and Compounding Center
“Meeting the Needs of Physical Therapists and their patients for Over 30 Years”

Posted By JAYSONPHARMACY on October 19, 2007 at 21:28:23:

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