We help all adults with solutions to support their health and well being, not only those suffering from illness and disease
Fructose malabsorption is a gastro-intestinal disorder, characterised by the inability to absorb fructose efficiently. This will usually induce bloating, cramps, osmotic diarrhoea along with other symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and can be seen in about 50% of fructose malabsorbers.
The majority of people take months, even years to properly understand how methylation works and why a functioning methylation cycle is crucial to good health.
It is important to maintain adequate levels of vitamin K. This fat soluble vitamin plays a vital role in many important metabolic pathways
Compounding is a practice that can benefit people throughout their lives and is not limited to the proportion of the population that is suffering from illness and disease. Engaging with your integrative practitioner(s) and Kingsway Compounding can play a vital role in helping to maintain your overall energy levels to achieve balance and avoid illness to be at your absolute optimum.
Common Challenges for Adults
In today’s society, we face many challenges with our health. There are a lot of sources of information as to the role that different lifestyles, diets and general stress play in the role of a person’s health.
Below are a few challenges that adults may face:
1. Not all commercial medicine is tailored to avoid patient allergies and sensitivities.
A patient may be allergic to or intolerant of one (or a few) ingredients commonly found in the commercially manufactured form of a medication. Allergy-inducing ingredients can include:
At Kingsway we create personalised medication, formulated to give the patient the treatment they need while leaving out the problematic ingredient.
2. Finding the right solution for pain management that does not have adverse effects in the long term.
Pain is the most common symptom for which individuals seek medical help. Acute pain easily can evolve into chronic pain, which can become difficult to treat. Many commonly prescribed, commercially available pain relief medications help the symptoms associated with chronic conditions but they can also result in unwanted side effects such as drowsiness, dizziness or stomach irritation.
Struggling through chronic pain or the side effects of pain medication does not have to be a daily activity. Every individual is unique, and the types of pain experienced can be equally diverse.
By working with a compounding pharmacist, your healthcare provider can prescribe treatments tailored specifically for your pain management needs and incorporating alternate dosage forms, combined formulations and strength variations.
3. Playing sports and maintaining a healthy, active and balanced lifestyle often involves recovery.
Professional athletes often rely on topical compounds and agents to help them recover from game aches and pains. Their symptoms may result from fatigue or due to the natural action of their movements.
A major secret to their success, and what keeps them injury free is that they are proactive at working in conjunction with their integrative practitioners and pharmacy compounders.
The beauty is that these services are no limited to professionals. Whether you are a health enthusiast looking to soothe aches and pains, a high school player recovering from a sports injury or play a weekend sport and want to ease recovery during your work week, we at Kingsway Compounding can provide a solution for you.
Sports medicine compounding is the best way to keep you in the game!
Conditions for Adults
We work with practitioners who treat patients with a broad spectrum of disease, disorders and conditions. Being a provider of tailored, personalised and individualised medicine allows us to provide solutions that are not readily available. For a full and complete list or areas that we can treat, be sure to check out our Patient Conditions page.
To discuss solutions for specific conditions, you should attain information through a one to one consultation either over the phone or in person with a qualified health professional. Don’t hesitate to call our free hotline on 1300 564 799 to have a discussion with one of our qualified pharmacists.