Transdermal (trans = through, dermal = skin) medications are an excellent alternative for people who might have digestive disorders, trouble swallowing, or for poor blood flow due to diabetes and other conditions.

By applying the medication right where it hurts, you receive quick relief. The cream doesn’t have to be broken down in your stomach before it goes into your blood stream and then throughout your entire body before a small amount finally finds that injury. Topical Creams treat that injury right away, reducing the pain and inflammation quickly.

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Transdermal Pain Creams?

Make the smart shift from Oral medication to Transdermal Pain Creams.

Targeted topical delivery of medication right to the affected areas, treating pain directly at the source.

High concentration of effective meds in targeted areas.

Multiple ingredients for optimal pain relief.

Fewer risks and side effects because the creams do not circulate through the body, avoiding first-pass metabolism and GI Upsets.

Less likelihood of interaction with other meds the patient is taking and increased patient compliance.

Virtually no risk of dependence and addiction.



Targeted delivery—cream is applied right to the affected area.

FDA approved.

Because cream is applied locally, it works more quickly.

Greater patient compliance with medication regimen, therefore better results.

Easier to take for people who have trouble swallowing—again leading to greater compliance.

High drug concentration in tissue that requires analgesia.

Multiple ingredients with complementary modes of action.

Penetration-enhancing anhydrous silicone base.

More effective than pills for people with digestive disorders.

Work more efficiently in people with poor blood flow due to diabetes, other conditions.

Custom compounded to physician’s specs according to patient needs. Not one-size-fits-all.


Because compounded creams are used externally and because they contain no opiates, they are non-addictive.

Fewer side effects because they are applied locally.

Less chance for stomach upset because they are not taken internally.

Less chance of interacting with other meds to either potentiate or inhibit their effectiveness.

Reduces systemic absorption of active drug for greater drug safety, less interaction.

No GI irritation such as can occur with NSAIDS.

No ulcers such as can occur with NSAIDS.

No constipation such as can occur with opiates.

No sedation such as can occur with muscle relaxants.


Most insurance plans cover these meds.

We have a network of compounding pharmacies across the US and can provide NDC compounded medications that will be shipped directly to the patient.

We also offer scar-reduction cream.

We also offer anti-inflammatory, itch-reduction cream.

Frequently Asked Questions

What kinds of conditions can be managed?

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.

What are the added benefits of Pain Cream versus other forms of pain treatment?

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.

Is there a risk of drug dependence when using Pain Cream?

The topical application method significantly reduces the risk of dependence and addiction.

Does Pain Cream have any side effects?

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).

Is it safe to use Pain Cream with other medications?

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.

We have a network of compounding pharmacies across the US and can provide NDC compounded medications that will be shipped directly you the patient.

We also offer scar-reduction cream and anti-inflammatory, itch-reduction cream.