Pain Management

headerPainHelping people feel well as they’re getting well.

Chronic pain is a thief. It steals time from work, family and friends and makes itself the focus of patients’ lives. Fighting pain requires a multi-faceted approach that is unique to every patient. ReCept pharmacists know this. Whether helping develop a treatment strategy or compounding medications, they’re ready to help patients keep pain at bay.

What Physicians Demand

  • Medications in Stock: You get the phone calls when your patients drive all over town. At ReCept, it's in stock.
  • Prior Authorization Assistance: To allow you to focus on your patients instead of the process.
  • Communication: Our electronic Status Update Form keeps you up-to-date on where your patients  are in the referral and reimbursement process.
  • PMP/Prescription Monitoring Program: Ongoing monitoring of patient prescription profiles to discourage drug diversion and patient "doctor shopping".
  • Single Source for Related Issues: For your chronic pain patients with related issues, ReCept is a full-line pharmacy
  • Compounding: The skilled pharmacists at ReCept can compound medications to your exact specifications.
  • Free Courier Delivery: If you desire, we can deliver medications to your office for medical billing or buy-and-bill purposes.

What Patients Deserve

  • Local: ReCept offers what no mail-order pharmacy can: One-on-one counseling, injection training, emergency medication management, and local pick-up or free home delivery.
  • Clinical Expertise: A pharmacy should be more than a medication supplier. Our experienced pharmacists not only understand pain management, they understand potential side effects and they can thoughtfully guide patients through treatment issues.
  • Reimbursement Assistance: Every patient deserves to receive the maximum benefit available from their insurance. ReCept pharmacists and technicians understand the sometimes complex world of insurance and can help patients decrease their out-of-pocket expenses without delaying the start of therapy.
  • Financial Assistance: For patients without adequate financial resources or insurance coverage, we work directly with foundations and manufactures to lessen the burden. This includes helping with co-pays, deductible assistance and dealing with the Medicare Part D “donut hole.”