East Valley

Low Dose Naltrexone Compounding Pharmacy in Mesa, Arizona
Low Dose Naltrexone Compounding Pharmacy in Mesa, Arizona 1024 536 Community Clinical Pharmacy

More people are discovering LDN Compounding or customized dosing and formulations of Low Dose Naltrexone as an alternative to opioid medications for addressing pain as well as a variety of potential uses such as autoimmune diseases and inflammation.

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Potential Benefits of Compounding: Allergen-Free Medication
Potential Benefits of Compounding: Allergen-Free Medication 1024 536 Community Clinical Pharmacy

Allergic reactions to medical compounds are common according to the American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology, and what might be concerning is that we can develop medical allergies.

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Compounding Pharmacy Near Me: Community Clinical Pharmacy – Serving Arizona’s East Valley
Compounding Pharmacy Near Me: Community Clinical Pharmacy – Serving Arizona’s East Valley 1024 536 Community Clinical Pharmacy

When cookie cutter solutions just don’t cut it for your pharmaceutical needs, the solution might have been near you all along. Here at Community Clinical Pharmacy, we have over 40 years of building relationships with local medical providers and patients in Arizona from Mesa to Chandler, from Tempe to Gilbert, and all over the East Valley.

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Dr. Sharzad Green: The East Valley’s Leading Hormone Specialist
Dr. Sharzad Green: The East Valley’s Leading Hormone Specialist 1024 536 Community Clinical Pharmacy

Sharzad Green, Pharm.D is Community Clinical’s very own expert pharmacist specializing in women’s health in Mesa, AZ. She has come a long way in becoming The East Valley’s leading hormone expert and now provides personalized care for women through advanced medication compounding.

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Menopause and Hormone Replacement Therapy
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If you are experiencing hot flashes and night sweats (also called vasomotor symptoms), you know how bothersome they may be. In some women vasomotor symptoms begin in the months leading to menopause. About 35-50% of perimenopausal women experience these symptoms.

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