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Compounded Medications for Anti-Infective Wound & Skin Treatments

Health on South Rx offers customized topical wound care treatment options to help deal with various skin infections. A topical application for skin treatments allows for dose maximization at the application site. Our topical wound care preparations help create an ideal environment that keeps bacteria out while promoting wound healing.


Talk to our pharmacists about our Bassa-gel base options for treating infections. This gel is specially formulated to deliver antibacterial and antifungal medications topically. In addition, since it is water-based, you can easily wash it off with water, making wound care more convenient for patients and caregivers.

Compounded Solutions for Nail Infections

Want to get rid of toenail infections instead of constantly hiding your feet? Infections in your nailbeds can be fungal in nature. Often, they can also be caused by bacteria or even a combination of fungi and bacteria. We offer treatment options to cover a wide range of infections. Our topical toenail infection treatments are formulated to be applied directly to the areas of concern. We use ingredients to ensure the medication penetrates through your nail bed and work on getting rid of the infection.

Compounded Pain Creams

Health on South Rx offers compounded pain creams as an alternative treatment option. Oral pain medications have side effects that patients can avoid by using a pain cream instead. Our pharmacists can consult with your prescriber to suggest customized pain cream formulations to best address your needs. You might benefit from pain creams if:


  • You have tried other oral pain treatment options, and they have not been successful

  • You want to avoid oral pain meds due to ulcers or other GI issues

  • You want to avoid oral narcotic pain medications


We offer formulations that are covered on many insurance plans. Our pharmacists can help prescribers by giving therapeutic recommendations based on the type of pain you are experiencing and your prescription insurance coverage.

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