Medical Equipment

Our experienced pharmacists and medical care professionals at Doug's Compounding Pharmacy seek to provide the most comfortable living conditions for our pharmacy patients. Sometimes this comes in the form of custom compounded medications, and sometimes this comfort comes in the form of durable, custom-fitted medical equipment and orthotic braces.

We provide a wide variety of medical equipment and orthotic braces, including:

  • Bath benches
  • Grab bars
  • Elevated toilet seats
  • Freestanding commodes
  • Compression hosiery & socks
  • Walkers including four-wheeled walkers with seats
  • Wheelchair rental & sales
  • Seating & wheelchair cushioning
  • Crutches
  • Ankle splints & braces
  • Arthritis supports
  • Back supports
  • Elbow supports
  • Hernia supports
  • Knee braces
  • Pediatric supports
  • Thumb & hand splints
  • Wrist supports & braces
  • Personal emergency response systems
  • Lift chairs

All medical equipment is made of superior quality and materials, by name brand companies. We offer a variety of quality, reputable orthopedic products in addition to a wide selection of Jobst compression hosiery, supportwear and Jobst Sensifoot diabetic socks.

To learn more about the many durable medical products, braces, and accessories we carry, please contact Doug's Compounding Pharmacy directly at (217) 379-3684.

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137 N. Market Street •  Paxton, IL 60957  •  Toll Free: 877-642-3684
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