Comprehensive Specialty Pharmacy Care

    MedsPack specializes in providing care for a number of conditions — but our number one specialty and priority is providing the best service to our patients while helping them gain access to the prescription medications they need.

    Conditions we specialize in at MedsPack:

    Asthma & allergy

    Allergic reactions occur when a substance enters the body that the body’s immune system identifies as an allergen

    Cardio vascu- lar disease

    Crohn’s disease is one of many chronic conditions characterized as an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

    Chron'S disease

    A chronic inflammatory bowel disease affecting the digestive tract lining.

    Endocrine disorders

    Endocrine disorders are disorders of the endocrine system.

    Hemophilia

    Hemophilia is a rare inherited genetic disorder characterized by the body’s inability to clot blood properly.

    Hepatitis C

    Hepatitis C is a virus that affects the liver. It is transmitted through exposure to infected blood.

    Immune system disorders

    Immune system disorders develop when the body’s immune system doesn’t work properly.

    Multiple sclerosis

    Multiple sclerosis is a chronic autoimmune condition that affects the central nervous system — the brain and spinal cord — and the optic (eye) nerves.

    Osteoarthritis

    Osteoarthritis is a type of arthritis characterized by deterioration of the cartilage in the joints.

    Osteoporosis

    Osteoporosis is a bone disease characterized by a loss of density in the bones, and bones that become porous and brittle.

    Psoriasis

    Psoriasis is an autoimmune skin disease that develops due to an overactive immune system.

    Rheumatoid arthritis

    Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease characterized by chronic inflammation of the joints.

    Ulcerative colitis

    Ulcerative colitis is one of many conditions known as inflammatory bowel disease.

    Asthma & Allergy

    Allergic reactions occur when a substance enters the body that the body’s immune system identifies as an allergen: allergens can be something you inhale, swallow, or touch. Once the body identifies an allergen, the immune system produces antibodies to “attack” it. The production of these antibodies is what causes an allergic reaction.

    Typically, allergens don’t cause serious reactions. But sometimes, an allergic reaction can cause asthma or can even be life-threatening. Patients with life-threatening allergies must take great precaution to avoid the allergen. They are oftentimes prescribed an adrenaline pen for emergency situations. When allergens cause asthma, this is referred to as allergic asthma. Allergic asthma is the most common form of asthma diagnosed in children and adults.

    Treatment of asthma & allergies

    The goal of asthma and allergy treatment is to reduce the number of allergic and/or asthma attacks, or prevent them altogether. Your doctor will work with you to identify triggers or allergens so that you can take appropriate steps to avoid them.

    Your doctor may prescribe daily medications that reduce inflammation in the airways to maintain the health of the bronchi (the tubes that carry air to the lungs). In case of a flare-up, fast-acting inhalers are used to quickly open up the airways.

    Specialty medications used to treat asthma & allergies Xolair

    Xolair is an injectable prescription medication used to treat moderate to severe allergic asthma. It is prescribed to patients aged six years and up who do not respond to corticosteroid asthma medications. Xolair is injected under the skin every two to four weeks by a doctor or a nurse.

    Specialty pharmacy delivery for asthma & allergy specialty medications

    TMedsPack offers free delivery right to your home or your doctor’s office of asthma and allergy specialty medications.

    Cardiovascular Disease

    Cardiovascular disease is a term given to a group of diseases affecting the heart and/or blood vessels (arteries and veins). Cardiovascular disease can occur for a number of reasons, including:

    • Deformity of the heart at birth
    • Atherosclerosis (narrowing or blockage of the blood vessels)
    • Damage to the muscles of the heart and/or its valves after being infected by certain bacteria such as rheumatic fever
    • Blood clots
    • Inheriting genetic risk factors

    Complications related to cardiovascular disease can include:

    • Stroke
    • Heart attack
    • Arrhythmia
    • Heart valve malfunctions
    • Heart failure

    Treatment of cardiovascular disease

    The goal of cardiovascular disease treatment is to prevent progression of the disease and reduce the risk of further complications. Cardiovascular disease is typically treated with prescription medications. However, sometimes patients require medical device implantation or corrective surgery to help manage symptoms and prevent further disease progression.

    Specialty medications used to treat cardiovascular disease

    Entresto

    TEntresto is an oral prescription medication used to reduce the risk of hospitalization and death in patients diagnosed with heart failure. Entresto works by improving the heart’s ability to pump blood throughout the body when the heart muscles have weakened.

    Praluent

    Praluent is an injectable prescription medication used to reduce blood levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol and therefore lower the risk of stroke and heart attack in patients diagnosed with cardiovascular disease. Praluent is injected under the skin every two to four weeks by a doctor or a nurse. It is prescribed in conjunction with dietary guidelines that are indicated by your doctor.

    Repatha

    Repatha is an injectable prescription medication used to reduce blood levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol and therefore lower the risk of stroke and heart attack in patients diagnosed with cardiovascular disease. It helps patients with an inherited condition that causes high LDL blood levels. Repatha is injected under the skin every two to four weeks by a doctor or a nurse. It is prescribed in conjunction with dietary guidelines that are indicated by your doctor.

    Specialty pharmacy delivery for cardiovascular disease specialty medications

    MedsPack offers free delivery right to your home or your doctor’s office of cardiovascular disease specialty medications.

    Crohn’s Disease

    Crohn’s disease is one of many chronic conditions characterized as an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Patients diagnosed with Crohn’s disease experience extreme inflammation in the deep lining of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. This inflammation can occur anywhere along the GI tract and interferes with the body’s ability to properly absorb nutrients. If not treated early-on, Crohn’s disease can cause malnutrition, bowel obstruction, or damage to the GI tract.

    Treatment of Crohn’s disease

    The goal of Crohn’s disease treatment is to reduce inflammation in the gastrointestinal system. By managing symptoms of Crohn’s disease, doctors hope to achieve and maintain remission to protect the health of the intestines and prevent any additional health complications.

    There is currently no cure for Crohn’s disease, but doctors aim to help patients manage symptoms and reduce the risk of further health complications. Treatments used to manage symptoms of Crohn’s disease include anti-inflammatories, immune system suppressors, nutritional supplements and therapies, and in some cases surgery.

    Specialty medications used to treat Crohn’s disease

    Cimzia

    Cimzia is an injectable prescription medication used to treat moderate to severe Crohn’s disease in adult patients who have not benefited from first-line treatments. Depending on the form of Cimzia prescribed, patients will either be trained on how to self-administer injections or Cimizia will be administered by a doctor or a nurse. Cimzia injections are administered under the skin initially every two weeks for two consecutive treatments, then injections are administered once every four weeks.

    Humira

    Humira is an injectable prescription medication used to help patients diagnosed with moderate to severe Crohn’s disease achieve and maintain remission. It is prescribed to patients aged six years and up who have not responded to other Crohn’s disease treatments. Humira is injected under the skin every two weeks. Patients may be able to administer Humira injections at home if allowed to do so by their doctor. Otherwise, Humira injections are administered by a doctor or a nurse.

    Otrexup

    Otrexup is an injectable prescription methotrexate medication used to relieve symptoms of Crohn’s disease and help patients achieve and maintain remission. Otrexup is prescribed when patients do not find relief with standard Crohn’s disease treatments. Otrexup is self-administered under the skin weekly. Patients are trained on how to administer Otrexup injections before use.

    Rasuvo

    Rasuvo is an injectable prescription methotrexate medication used to relieve symptoms of Crohn’s disease and help patients achieve and maintain remission. Rasuvo is prescribed when patients do not find relief with standard Crohn’s disease treatments. Rasuvo is self-administered under the skin weekly. Patients are trained on how to administer Rasuvo injections before use.

    Remicade

    Remicade is an intravenous (IV) prescription medication used to reduce and relieve symptoms of Crohn’s disease to help patients achieve and maintain remission. It is prescribed to patients aged six years and up who have not responded to standard Crohn’s disease treatments. Remicade is administered by a doctor or a nurse either in a doctor’s office or in a hospital setting. Doses are administered at certain intervals in the beginning of treatment, then administered once every eight weeks.

    Specialty pharmacy delivery for Crohn’s disease specialty medications

    Specialty pharmacy delivery for Crohn’s disease specialty medications

    Endocrine Disorders

    Endocrine disorders are disorders of the endocrine system. The endocrine system is a network of organs, called glands, that make, release, and regulate hormones in the body. Hormones are vital for nearly all functions of the body, including how the heart beats, bone strength, and even balancing one’s mood. Endocrine disorders develop when one of these glands either produces too much or too little of a certain hormone.

    Some examples of endocrine disorders include:

    • Diabetes
    • Growth hormone deficiency
    • Acromegaly (the production of too much growth hormone)
    • Thyroid deficiency and overactive thyroid
    • Polycystic ovary syndrome

    Treatment of endocrine disorders

    The goal of treatment for endocrine disorders is to restore hormonal balance and relieve symptoms of endocrine disorders. Treatments used to manage symptoms of endocrine disorders are typically oral and injectable prescription medications that correct a hormonal imbalance. If a hormonal imbalance is caused by an abnormal growth (either cancerous or noncancerous) on the gland, your doctor may recommend surgery to remove the growth.

    Specialty medications used to treat endocrine disorders

    Genotropin

    Genotropin is an injectable prescription medication used to increase growth hormone in children and adults diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency disorders. Genotropin is self-administered under the skin daily. Patients are trained on how to administer Genotropin injections before use.

    Humatrope

    Humatrope is an injectable prescription medication used to increase growth hormone in children and adults diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency disorders. Humatrope is self-administered under the skin daily. Patients are trained on how to administer Humatrope injections before use.

    Norditropin

    Norditropin is an injectable prescription medication used to increase growth hormone in children and adults diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency disorders. Norditropin is self-administered under the skin daily. Patients are trained on how to administer Norditropin injections before use.

    Omnitrope

    Omnitrope is an injectable prescription medication used to increase growth hormone in children and adults diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency disorders. Omnitrope is self-administered under the skin daily. Patients are trained on how to administer Omnitrope injections before use.

    Saizen

    Saizen is an injectable prescription medication used to increase growth hormone in children and adults diagnosed with growth hormone deficiency disorders. Saizen is self-administered under the skin daily. Patients are trained on how to administer Saizen injections before use.

    Specialty pharmacy delivery for endocrine disorder specialty medications

    MedsPack offers free delivery right to your home or your doctor’s office of endocrine disorder specialty medications.

    Hemophilia

    Hemophilia is a rare inherited genetic disorder characterized by the body’s inability to clot blood properly. People diagnosed with hemophilia are deficient in a specific substance, called a blood clotting factor, that allows it to clot properly. There are three types of hemophilia:

    • Hemophilia A: Deficiency of blood clotting factor VIII (8). Hemophilia A can be passed down from a parent to a child, but it can also occur due to spontaneous mutation (change) in a gene throughout a person’s life.
    • Hemophilia B: Deficiency of blood clotting factor IV (9). Hemophilia B can be passed down from a parent to a child, but it can also occur due to spontaneous mutation (change) in a gene throughout a person’s
    • Hemophilia C: Deficiency of blood clotting factor XI (11). Hemophilia C is passed down from the parents to a child

    When the blood is unable to clot properly, this can cause spontaneous bleeding and/or excessive bleeding following injuries or surgery.

    Treatment of hemophilia

    The goal of hemophilia treatment is to increase blood clotting factors, reduce the severity of bleeding, and reduce and/or prevent complications of excessive bleeding. Hemophilia is treated by intravenous infusion that replaces the missing blood clotting factor.

    Specialty medications used to treat hemophilia Specialty pharmacy delivery for hemophilia specialty medications

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    Hepatitis C

    Hepatitis C is a virus that affects the liver. It is transmitted through exposure to infected blood. Hepatitis C infection can be either acute (short-term) or chronic (long-term). In some cases, acute hepatitis C can develop into chronic hepatitis C. If not treated early-on, hepatitis C can cause serious health complications, such as cirrhosis and liver cancer.

    Treatment of hepatitis C

    The goal of hepatitis C treatment is to clear the hepatitis virus from the body and prevent acute infection from developing into chronic infection. Hepatitis C is treated using oral prescription antiviral medications.

    Specialty medications used to treat hepatitis C

    Daklinza

    Daklinza is an oral prescription medication used in conjunction with the prescription medication Solvaldi to treat patients diagnosed with chronic HCV genotype 3 (HCV-3). Daklinza should not be taken alone.

    MedsPack offers free delivery right to your home or your doctor’s office of hemophilia specialty medications.

    Harvoni

    Harvoni is an oral prescription medication used to treat patients diagnosed with chronic hepatitis, more specifically hepatitis C genotypes 1, 4, 5 and 6. It is prescribed to children at least 12 years of age and adults. Harvoni is most often prescribed alone, but in some cases is prescribed in conjunction with Ribavirin.

    Incivek

    Incivek is an oral prescription medication used in conjunction with Peginterferon Alfa and Ribavirin to treat patients diagnosed with hepatitis C genotype 1 who also have cirrhosis or another form of compensated liver disease

    Moderiba

    Moderiba is an oral prescription medication used in combination with Peginterferon Alfa to treat patients diagnosed with chronic hepatitis C. It is prescribed to children at least five years of age and adults.

    Olysio

    Olysio is an oral prescription medication used in combination with Peginterferon Alfa and Ribavirin to treat chronic hepatitis C genotype 1.

    Pegintron

    Peg-Intron is an oral prescription medication used in combination with Rebetol to treat chronic hepatitis C in patients with compensated liver disease. It is prescribed to children at least three years of age and adults.

    Pegasys

    Pegasys is an oral prescription medication used in conjunction with Ribavirin who have been diagnosed with hepatitis C and compensated liver disease. It is prescribed to patients who have not previously been prescribed or treated with Interferon Alpha Medication.

    Sovaldi

    Sovaldi is an oral prescription medication used in combination with Peginterferon Alfa and/or Ribavirin to treat patients diagnosed with hepatitis C.

    Technivie

    Technivie is an oral prescription medication used in combination with Ribavirin to treat patients diagnosed with chronic hepatitis C genotype 4, but do not have cirrhosis.

    Viekira Pak

    Viekira Pak is an oral prescription medication used alone or in combination with Ribavirin to treat patients diagnosed with chronic hepatitis C genotype 1. It is prescribed for patients both who have and have not been diagnosed with compensated liver disease.

    Zepatier

    Zepatier is an oral prescription medication used alone or in combination with Ribavirin to treat adult patients diagnosed with chronic hepatitis C genotypes 1 and 4.

    Specialty pharmacy delivery for hepatitis C specialty medications

    MedsPack offers free delivery right to your home or your doctor’s office of hepatitis C specialty medications.

    Immune System Disorders

    Immune system disorders develop when the body’s immune system doesn’t work properly. The immune system is the body’s protection against foreign substances, such as bacteria, parasites, viruses, and other substances that appear harmful. When the body recognizes a harmful substance, it acts to destroy it.

    When the immune system doesn’t work properly, it can:

    • Become underactive: When the immune system is underactive, the body’s ability to fight infections is compromised. This is referred to as immune deficiency disease.
    • Become overactive: When the immune system is overactive, it reacts to substances that are normally harmless. One example of this would be an allergic reaction.
    • Attack the body: When the immune system recognizes the body’s own tissues and cells as harmful, it attacks and damages the body’s own tissues — this is referred to as autoimmune disease.

    Treatment of immune system disorders

    The goal of immune system disorder treatment depends on the type of immune system disorder diagnosed. Treatment goals include:

    • Augmenting the immune system with immunoglobulin replacement therapy so the body can protect itself against harmful pathogens.
    • Suppressing the immune system with immunosuppressive medications so the body does not attack itself.

    Specialty medications used to treat immune system disorders

    Benlysta

    Benlysta is an intravenous and injectable prescription medication used to treat patients diagnosed with active systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), also referred to as lupus, an autoimmune disease. This medication can be administered either via intravenous (IV) infusion or under the skin via injection. Intravenous Benlysta is prescribed to patients five years and older, while subcutaneous Benlysta is only prescribed to adult patients. Patients receiving an IV infusion will have their medication administered in a doctor’s office or in a hospital. IV Benslysta is first administered once every two weeks for the first three doses, then once every four weeks for the remainder of treatment. Patients administering Benlysta subcutaneously will be trained on how to self-administer injections. Injections are administered on a weekly basis.

    Specialty pharmacy delivery for immune system disorder specialty medications

    MedsPack offers free delivery right to your home or your doctor’s office of immune system disorders specialty medications.

    Multiple Sclerosis

    Multiple sclerosis is a chronic autoimmune condition that affects the central nervous system — the brain and spinal cord — and the optic (eye) nerves. Multiple sclerosis develops when the body’s immune system attacks the fatty, protective layer around the nerves, called myelin. Without this protective layer, the nerves can become damaged and affect the way the brain sends signals to the rest of the body.

    Patients diagnosed with multiple sclerosis may experience stiffness and spasms of the muscles, difficulty walking, and blurred vision.

    Treatment of multiple sclerosis

    The goal of multiple sclerosis treatment is to slow disease progression, manage symptoms, and prevent relapse. Multiple sclerosis is treated with prescription medications that help reduce inflammation of the nerves and relax the muscles. Physical therapy is typically part of a multiple sclerosis treatment plan.

    Specialty medications used to treat multiple sclerosis

    Betaseron

    Betaseron is an injectable prescription medication used to reduce the number of flare-ups and relapses in adult patients diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS). Betaseron is self-administered under the skin every other day (every two days) using an automatic injection device.on how to administer Betaseron injections before use

    Copaxone

    Copaxone is an injectable prescription medication used to reduce the number of flare-ups and relapses in adult patients diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS). Copaxone is self-administered under the skin three times a week using an automatic injection device. Doses must be administered at least 48 hours apart. Patients are trained on how to administer Copaxone injections before use.

    Gilenya

    Gilenya is an oral prescription medication used to reduce the number of flare-ups and relapses in patients diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS). Gilenya is prescribed to patients 10 years of age and older and is taken daily.

    Tecfidera

    Tecfidera is an oral prescription medication used to reduce the number of flare-ups and relapses in adult patients diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS). Tecfidera is taken twice daily.

    Specialty pharmacy delivery for multiple sclerosis specialty medications

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    Osteoarthritis

    Osteoarthritis is a type of arthritis characterized by deterioration of the cartilage in the joints. It is the most common form of arthritis and can lead to grinding of the bones that cause further joint damage and pain. For this reason, osteoarthritis is oftentimes also referred to as degenerative joint disease. If osteoporosis affects the knees or hips, it can impact one’s ability to walk.

    Treatment of osteoarthritis

    The goals of osteoarthritis treatment are to reduce pain, slow or stop the progression of the disease, and maintain functionality of the joints.

    Osteoarthritis is treated with anti-inflammatory and pain relieving medications. Physical therapy is typically part of an osteoarthritis treatment plan.

    Specialty medications used to treat osteoarthritis

    Euflexxa

    Euflexxa is an injectable prescription medication used to achieve pain relief for patients diagnosed with osteoarthritis in the knees. It is prescribed to patients who do not respond to first-line treatments such as physical therapy and pain medication. Euflexxa injections are administered by a doctor.

    Gel-One

    Gel-One is an injectable prescription medication used to achieve pain relief for patients diagnosed with osteoarthritis in the knees. It is prescribed to patients who do not respond to first-line treatments such as physical therapy and pain medication. Gel-One injections are administered by a doctor.

    Monovisc

    Monovisc is an injectable prescription medication used to achieve pain relief for patients diagnosed with osteoarthritis in the knees. It is prescribed to patients who do not respond to first-line treatments such as physical therapy and pain medication. Monovisc injections are administered by a doctor.

    Orthovisc

    Orthovisc is an injectable prescription medication used to achieve pain relief for patients diagnosed with osteoarthritis in the knees. It is prescribed to patients who do not respond to first-line treatments such as physical therapy and pain medication. Orthovisc injections are administered by a doctor.

    Supartz

    Supartz is an injectable prescription medication used to achieve pain relief for patients diagnosed with osteoarthritis in the knees. It is prescribed to patients who do not respond to first-line treatments such as physical therapy and pain medication. Supartz injections are administered by a doctor.

    Synvisc One

    Synvisc One is an injectable prescription medication used to achieve pain relief for patients diagnosed with osteoarthritis in the knees. It is prescribed to patients who do not respond to first-line treatments such as physical therapy and pain medication. Synvisc One injections are administered by a doctor.

    TSpecialty pharmacy delivery for osteoarthritis specialty medications

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    Osteoporosis

    Osteoporosis is a bone disease characterized by a loss of density in the bones, and bones that become porous and brittle. The bones are made up of living tissue. Just like all living tissue, bone tissue is broken down and replaced throughout one’s lifetime. When bone tissue is broken down faster than it is replaced, the bones become more fragile and are more likely to fracture or break from a fall and even minor bumps.

    The risk of developing osteoporosis may be higher in patients diagnosed with the following disorders:

    • Endocrine disorders, like diabetes
    • Immune system disorders, like lupus
    • Multiple sclerosis
    • Rheumatoid arthritis

    Treatment of osteoporosis

    The goals of osteoporosis treatment are to reduce bone loss, prevent fractures, and control pain. Osteoporosis is treated with medications that either slow the rate of bone loss or augment bone formation. Physical therapy is typically part of an osteoporosis treatment plan.

    Specialty medications used to treat osteoporosis

    Boniva

    Boniva is an oral prescription medication used to prevent and treat osteoporosis in women after menopause.

    Gel-One

    Gel-One is an injectable prescription medication used to achieve pain relief for patients diagnosed with osteoarthritis in the knees. It is prescribed to patients who do not respond to first-line treatments such as physical therapy and pain medication. Gel-One injections are administered by a doctor.

    Forteo

    Forteo is an injectable prescription medication used to prevent or reduce the risk of fracutures in men and postmenopausal women who have been diagnosed with osteoporosis. Patients are trained on how to use the delivery device before use. Forteo is administered under the skin daily

    Prolia

    Prolia is an injectable prescription medication used to prevent or reduce the risk of fracutures in men and postmenopausal women who have been diagnosed with osteoporosis. Prolia injections are administered by a doctor.

    Reclast

    Reclast is an intravenous prescription medication used to prevent or reduce the risk of fracutures in men and postmenopausal women who have been diagnosed with osteoporosis. Reclast is administered via an IV infusion..

    Specialty pharmacy delivery for osteoporosis specialty medications

    MedsPack offers free delivery right to your home or your doctor’s office of osteoporosis specialty medications.

    Psoriasis

    Psoriasis is an autoimmune skin disease that develops due to an overactive immune system. Psoriasis is characterized by scaly, thick, red patches of skin that form as the result of skin cells being produced too rapidly.

    Treatment of psoriasis

    The goal of psoriasis treatment is to inhibit rapid skin cell growth. Psoriasis is treated using a variety of treatment methods , including:

    • Phototherapy
    • Topical treatments
    • Oral medications
    • Injectable and intravenous medications

    Specialty medications used to treat psoriasis

    Cosentyx

    Cosentyx is an injectable prescription medication used to manage symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. It is also used to relieve symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis. Cosentyx is self-administered under the skin. Patients are trained on how to administer Cosentyx injections before use.

    Enbrel

    Enbrel is an injectable prescription medication used to manage symptoms in patients diagnosed with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. It is also used to relieve symptoms in patients diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis. Enbrel is prescribed to patients four years of age and older. Enbrel offers a range of options for injection administration. Patients are trained on how to administer Enbrel injections before use. .

    Humira

    Humira is an injectable prescription medication used to manage symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis. It is also used to relieve symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis. Humira is self-administered under the skin. Patients are trained on how to administer Humira injections before use.

    Methotrexate

    Methotrexate is an oral prescription medication used to alleviate symptoms in patients diagnosed with severe psoriasis that causes debilitating symptoms. Methotrexate is typically prescribed when the patient has not responded to other treatments. It is prescribed to adults and sometimes to children.

    Otezla

    Otezla is an oral prescription medication used to manage symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis who are candidates for phototherapy. It is also used to relieve symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis.

    Remicade

    Remicade is an intravenous prescription medication used to manage symptoms in patients diagnosed with chronic severe plaque psoriasis. It is prescribed to children at least six years of age and adults and is also used to relieve symptoms in patients diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis. Remicade is administered intravenously for two hours under the care of a healthcare professional. After the initial doses, patients receive infusions once every eight weeks.

    Simponi

    Simponi is an injectable prescription medication used to treat patients diagnosed with new or active psoriatic arthritis. Simponi is administered under the skin once monthly. Patients are trained on how to administer Simponi injections before use.

    Stelara

    Stelara is an injectable prescription medication used to manage symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. It is also used to relieve symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis. Depending on the form of Stelara prescribed, patients will either be trained on how to self-administer injections or Stelera will be administered by a doctor or a nurse. After the initial doses, Stelara injections are administered once every 12 weeks.

    Taltz

    Otezla is an oral prescription medication used to manage symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with moderate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis who are candidates for phototherapy. It is also used to relieve symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis.

    Specialty pharmacy delivery for psoriasis specialty medications

    MedsPack offers free delivery right to your home or your doctor’s office of psoriasis specialty medications.

    Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease characterized by chronic inflammation of the joints. Autoimmune diseases occur when the body attacks itself by mistake. Although rheumatoid arthritis typically only affects the joints, it can also attack the blood vessels and certain organs.

    Treatment of rheumatoid arthritis

    The goal of rheumatoid arthritis is to reduce inflammation and swelling in the joints to relieve pain, maintain joint mobility, and avoid damage to the joints and possibly to other organs. Rheumatoid arthritis is treated with prescription oral, injectable, or intravenous anti-inflammatory medications, disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs), and immunosuppressants. In some cases, patients may choose to have surgery to increase joint mobility and relieve pain. Physical therapy is typically part of a rheumatoid arthritis treatment plan.

    Specialty medications used to treat rheumatoid arthritis

    Actemra

    Actemra is an intravenous and injectable prescription medication used to treat patients diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. This medication can be administered either via intravenous (IV) infusion or under the skin via injection. Patients receiving an IV infusion will have their medication administered in a doctor’s office or in a hospital. Patients administering Benlysta subcutaneously will be trained on how to self-administer injections.

    Cimzia

    Cimzia is an injectable prescription medication used to treat patients diagnosed with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. Depending on the form of Cimzia prescribed, patients will either be trained on how to self-administer injections or Cimzia will be administered by a doctor or a nurse.

    Cosentyx

    Cosentyx is an injectable prescription medication used to manage symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. Cosentyx is self-administered under the skin. Patients are trained on how to administer Cosentyx injections before use.

    Prolia

    Prolia is an injectable prescription medication used to prevent or reduce the risk of fracutures in men and postmenopausal women who have been diagnosed with osteoporosis. Prolia injections are administered by a doctor.

    Enbrel

    Enbrel is an injectable prescription medication used to manage symptoms in patients diagnosed with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. It is prescribed to patients four years of age and older. Enbrel offers a range of options for injection administration. Patients are trained on how to self-administer Enbrel injections before use.

    Humira

    Humira is an injectable prescription medication used to manage symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. Humira is self-administered under the skin. Patients are trained on how to administer Humira injections before use.

    Kevzara

    Kevzara is an injectable prescription medication used to manage symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. Kevzara is self-administered under the skin once every two weeks. Patients are trained on how to administer Kevzara injections before use.

    Kineret

    Kevzara is an injectable prescription medication used to manage symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. Kineret is self-administered under the skin daily. Patients are trained on how to administer Kineret injections before use.

    Otezla

    Otezla is an oral prescription medication used to manage symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis.

    Otrexup

    Otrexup is an injectable methotrexate prescription medication used to manage symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. Otrexup is self-administered under the skin. Patients are trained on how to administer Otrexup injections before use.

    Rasuvo

    Rasuvo is an injectable prescription methotrexate medication used to relieve symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. Rasuvo is self-administered under the skin. Patients are trained on how to administer Rasuvo injections before use.

    Remicade

    Remicade is an intravenous prescription medication used to relieve symptoms and help prevent further joint damage in adult patients diagnosed with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. Remicade is administered via intravenous (IV) infusion by a doctor or a nurse either in a doctor’s office or in a hospital setting. Doses are administered once every eight weeks.

    Rituxan

    Rituxan is an intravenous prescription medication used in conjunction with methotrexate to treat adult patients diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. Rituxan is administered by a doctor or a nurse either in a doctor’s office or in a hospital setting. Infusions are administered once every four to six month.

    Simponi

    Simponi is an injectable prescription medication used in conjunction with methotrexate to manage symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. Simponi is self-administered under the skin once monthly. Patients are trained on how to administer Simponi injections before use

    Stelara

    Stelara is an injectable prescription medication used to manage symptoms in adult patients diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. Depending on the form of Stelara prescribed, patients will either be trained on how to self-administer injections or Stelera will be administered by a doctor or a nurse.

    Xeljanz

    Xeljanz is an oral prescription medication used to treat adult patients diagnosed with moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. Depending on the prescription, Xeljanz is taken once or twice daily.

    Specialty pharmacy delivery for rheumatoid arthritis specialty medications

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    Ulcerative Colitis

    Ulcerative colitis is one of many conditions known as inflammatory bowel disease. Ulcerative colitis is considered an autoimmune disorder because the body mistakenly attacks cells in the lining of the colon and/or the rectum, causing chronic inflammation. Long-term inflammation can cause sores along the digestive tract, diarrhea, and weight loss and can cause serious health complications.

    Treatment of ulcerative colitis

    The goal of ulcerative colitis treatment is to reduce inflammation in the colon, prevent further damage to the gastrointestinal tract, and improve the quality of life for the patient.

    Ulcerative colitis is treated with injectable or intravenous prescription anti-inflammatory medications and immunosuppressants.

    Specialty medications used to treat ulcerative colitis

    Entyvio

    Entyvio is an intravenous prescription medication used to achieve and maintain remission in adult patients diagnosed with moderate to severe ulcerative colitis. Entyvio is administered via intravenous (IV) infusion by a doctor or a nurse either in a doctor’s office or in a hospital setting. After the initial doses, Entyvio is administered once every eight weeks.

    Humira

    Humira is an injectable prescription medication used to achieve and maintain remission in adult patients diagnosed with moderate to severe ulcerative colitis. Humira is self-administered under the skin every other week, after initial doses. Patients are trained on how to administer humira injections before use.

    Remicade

    Remicade is an intravenous prescription medication used to achieve and maintain remission in children and adults diagnosed with moderate to severe ulcerative colitis. Remicade is administered via intravenous (IV) infusion by a doctor or a nurse either in a doctor’s office or in a hospital setting. After the initial doses, Remicade is administered once every eight weeks.

    Simponi

    Simponi is an injectable prescription medication used to achieve and maintain remission in adult patients diagnosed with moderate to severe ulcerative colitis. Simponi is self-administered under the skin once every four weeks, after the initial doses. Patients are trained on how to administer Simponi injections before use.

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