Attention and Custom Solutions to Ease Menopause Symptoms From
Dr. Summer Regel
The latest addition to our staff, Dr. Summer
Regel holds a doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of
Tennessee, Memphis. She is also a board certified
pharmacotherapy specialist. Her specialized training, as well as
practical experience, puts her in the unique position to
recognize, respect, and work to control the symptoms of
menopause in women. Summerís focus at Regel PharmaLab is
tailoring a medication regimen that meets the individual needs
of each patient. This service begins with an initial
consultation and continues with consistent patient follow-up.
This allows therapy to be manipulated in order to achieve
"I feel great. My
emotional wellbeing is very much improved. My husband even has
commented on the positive difference.
I have very few hot flashes. Thanks
again for what you do."
Your medications are mixed according to your unique
requirements. We are able to help you get well when
off-the-shelf medicines are not the answer.
A Compounding Pharmacy Can Help Your Family in Many Ways
We are different from traditional pharmacies in
that, working along with your physician, compounding
pharmacies offer customized medications to serve your individual
treatment needs. No two people are alike and sometimes
off-the-shelf dosages, delivery methods, or formularies are not
appropriate for your special needs. Or, your physician may
prescribe something that is not available or hard-to-find.
Now you can obtain professional service and medications from a
family-owned, Memphis area compounding pharmacy.
At Regel PharmaLab, A Memphis Compounding Pharmacy, You Can
Obtain Many Customized Medication Options
Because compounding is as much of an art as a science,
compounding pharmacies often specialize in particular areas.
We can provide individualized prescriptions for many areas of
health care but have dedicated a proactive focus on the
more about how your family can benefit.
With Josh Regel,
I keep hearing that I should be
more concerned about how much Vitamin D I am getting. Why?
If you have listened to any health news lately you have probably
heard the buzz surrounding Vitamin D. For years people did not
pay much attention to this vitamin known for strengthening
bones, but now scientists are finding that the implications of a
deficiency may have much more harmful effects. In general, some
of us, may be able to get enough from mid day sun exposure. But
for many, getting adequate amounts through food or normal daily
activities may be impossible. With all the new research it's
important for you to become educated on how much Vitamin D you
and your family should be getting, and take steps to ensure that
it's adequate. The consequences could be significant.
Why should you have your Vitamin D level checked?
Why is Vitamin D important?
Deficient levels of Vitamin D have been studied and are related
to diseases including osteoporosis, depression, cancer, diabetes,
increased blood pressure, and joint pain.
Where does Vitamin D come from?
How much Vitamin D do I need?
Healthy adults and adolescents who regularly avoid sunlight
exposure indicates a necessity to supplement with 1,000 IU -
5,000 IU of Vitamin D daily.
How do I get 1,000 IU to 5,000 IU daily?
Consume 10-50 glasses of milk daily.
Consume 2-10 Multi-vitamin tablets daily.
Spend 20-30 minutes in the midday sunlight daily.
Consume 1 capsule of Vitamin D 1,000 IU or 5,000 IU daily.**
How I do get information about my Vitamin D level?
Obtain a 25-hydroxyvitamin D test from your physician.
How do I ensure adequate levels of Vitamin D from
Take 1,000 - 5,000 IU per day for 2-3 months, then obtain
another blood test to determine your Vitamin D level. Adjust your dosage so that blood levels are between 50-80 ng/mL
Where can I obtain the appropriate Vitamin D supplement?
We carry both Vitamin D 1000 IU and Vitamin D 5,000 IU
supplements. Download our free brochure to
learn more about
Vitamin D supplements or call us today for more information.
Regel PhamaLab owners Josh and Summer Regel.