Concord MA Podiatrist Practice Now Offers Advanced Wart Treatment for Getting Rid of Plantar Warts
Concord Foot & Ankle Center, a podiatry practice in Concord and Westford, MA, is happy to announce that they now have the advanced Saorsa Swift microwave wart treatment machine for removing plantar warts. Plantar warts are benign growths that can be found on the sole, heel, or ball of the foot. And just like other warts, they are caused the human papillomavirus (HPV). The Swift machine is an FDA approved device with a specialized probe for directing low dose microwave energy to the plantar warts. The microwave energy increases the temperature of the affected tissue rapidly, which is then expected to stimulate the body’s natural immune response. More information about the practice can be obtained from their Facebook page at https://web.facebook.com/Concordfeetpodiatrist/?_rdc=1&_rdr.
The Saorsa Swift device is a cutting edge FDA cleared technology that has been shown to be highly effective in getting rid of plantar warts. It is through a special probe that a low dose microwave energy is delivered to the area that has bee infected by the HPV virus and this triggers the natural immune response in the body by elevating the temperature of the tissue. And to make sure that there is no risk of cross contamination, the Swift generator has an in-built sensor that will only enable operation when a new, unused tip is attached to the applicator.
The Swift procedure requires 3 to 4 treatment sessions and these are scheduled four weeks apart in order to ensure that they are in line with the natural immune cycle of the body. Every treatment session will only last for about 5 to 10 minutes. And the treatment will not cause any break in the skin and there is only minimal debridement, which means no bandages will be required. And patients can return to their daily duties immediately after the treatment. The Swift treatment has been observed to have a much higher efficacy when compared to other treatment methods.
It is important to note that treatment using the Swift machine is much faster compared to other treatments because of the use of microwave energy. And it allows for an accurate, highly controlled dose of microwave energy to a pre-determined depth into the skin. It is the pre-determined depth that sets the Swift treatment apart from other traditional treatments. There is no break on the surface of the skin nor any destroyed tissue at the point of application. This also means cleaner treatment since there are no bandages and no need for an anesthetic.
Concord Foot & Ankle Center was established with offices at Concord and Westford, MA, to provide quality podiatry care to informed patients in a convenient and comfortable setting. Their podiatrists are well-experienced and capable of effectively diagnosing and providing the necessary treatment. More about this podiatry practice can be gleaned from their Twitter page at https://twitter.com/concordfeet.
Sandra M. Weakland, DPM, is board certified in surgery and wound care by the American Board of Podiatric Surgery and American Professional Wound Care Association. She finished her surgical residency at the Carney Hospital in Boston, MA. She has been in private practice serving Concord for the past 20 years. She specializes in surgery, diabetic foot complications and wounds, and limb salvage for diabetics.
Dr. Summer G. Getzen, DPM, obtained his board certification from the American Board of Multiple Specialties in Podiatric Medicine. She earned her doctorate degree in podiatry from the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia. And she finished her rotating podiatric and surgical residency at St. Vincent’s Hospital in Worcester, MA. She has been practicing in Concord for the past 15 years.
Dr. Melissa Rossi, DPM, received his board certification in podiatric medicine from the American Board of Podiatric Medicine. She is also board qualified in forefoot and rearfoot surgery by the American Board of Foot and Ankle Surgery. She obtained her medical degree from Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia. She finished a three-year surgical residency at University Hospital in Newark, NJ. Her focus is on surgery, sports medicine, trauma, and diabetic limb salvage.
Those who are interested in plantar warts treatment can check out the Concord Foot & Ankle Center website at https://www.concordfeet.com/, or contact them on the phone or through email.
For more information about Concord Foot & Ankle Center, contact the company here:
Concord Foot & Ankle Center
Dr. Sandra M. Weakland DPM
54 Baker Avenue Extension, Suite 301, Westford MA 01742, United States