Podiatrist Specializing In Warts Now Providing Saorsa SWIFT Planters Wart Treatment
Carrollton, TX based Lawler Foot and Ankle is now providing Saorsa’s brand new SWIFT treatment method for dealing with plantar warts. Patients can now be scheduled for a fast, painless and less invasive procedure to deal with plantar warts. Learn more about the clinic and their range of services at the following link: https://lawlerfoot.com/.
A plantar wart (also referred to as verruca) is a wart that often occurs on the bottom of the foot or toes. Symptoms of plantar warts include small, fleshy growths on the bottom of the foot, which may be rough or grainy; hard, thickened skin where a wart has grown inward; black pinpoints in the center of the growth (which are clotted blood vessels). Often, they can present multiple times in a single area. Plantar warts can result in pain when pressure is applied on them, making walking a difficult task.
In about a third to two-thirds of cases, plantar warts will go away without specific treatment; however this can take up to a few years. Dealing with them immediately will necessitate treatment, but the problem with treating plantar warts with traditional methods, such as salicylic acid, cryotherapy, chemo-based fluorouracil or bleomycin and surgical removal, is that they can all be painful and require multiple sessions.
However, Saorsa’s SWIFT technology has proven itself to be quite effective, with great results compared to conventional methods when it comes to dealing with plantar warts. The SWIFT device uses state-of-the-art technology to deliver precise, highly controlled microwave energy into the problem area of the skin. This works to stimulate the patient’s body into a healing response and treat plantar warts at their source. This virtually painless procedure is a quick, clean, and non-invasive option with little or no recovery time.
Plantar warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Like any virus, warts are spread through contact. The virus enters the body through tiny cuts or cracks on the bottom of the foot. This can occur when walking barefoot on surfaces where the virus is present. The virus thrives in warm and moist environments, making locker rooms and swimming pools a common source of infection. Other risk factors include having had prior warts, poor immune function and so on.
According to Lawler Foot and Ankle, it can take as long as six months to develop a wart after the skin has come into contact with the virus, making it difficult to identify the source of the infection. People can reduce their chances of contracting a wart by avoiding walking barefoot, especially in public spaces. Keeping the feet clean and dry can also help. However, these strategies can only go so far.
Dr. Kelly Lawler of Lawler Foot and Ankle says, “If you find yourself affected by plantar warts, you will find that the SWIFT treatment method is the best way to deal with it. Since the SWIFT method uses microwave energy that does not break the surface of the skin and instead penetrates the tissue to a predetermined depth, there is minimal debridement, ensuring the skin is clean and left without any scarring. The procedure can also be done in sessions lasting only as long as 5 to 10 minutes and has practically no recovery time. If you have plantar warts and want them gone, feel free to get in touch with us, and we can discuss how SWIFT can help you.”
The services provided by Lawler Foot and Ankle have earned them a lot of praise from their patients. Kevin R.says in their 5-Star Google review, “I had my first visit with Dr. Lawler, and I was very impressed. She was very kind, thorough and professional in diagnosing my issue and going over my options for treatment. She explained everything in an easy-to-follow way and did not rush through the appointment. I was also brought back a couple minutes before my scheduled appointment time, which is always appreciated. I’m happy I decided to schedule an appointment with her and will go back if the need arises.”
Those seeking the services of a reliable podiatrist should visit Lawler Foot and Ankle. Interested parties can learn more about the clinic from their website. Dr. Kelly Lawler encourages prospective patients to get in touch with the team via the contact form on the clinic’s website. Alternatively, the clinic can be reached through their phone number or email address.
For more information about Lawler Foot and Ankle, contact the company here:
Lawler Foot and Ankle
Dr. Kelly Lawler
1428 W Hebron Pkwy, #130, Carrollton, Texas 75010, United States