Swift Microwave therapy is a state-of-the-art technology proven to successfully remove plantar warts. The key to eliminating warts from your foot is getting rid of the HPV Virus. So rather than attacking the symptom which is the wart, Swift targets the root cause, the HPV Virus. Swift uses microwave energy which is delivered through a special probe applied to the skin to treat the wart. This microwave energy triggers your body’s natural immune response which essentially uncloaks the HPV Virus. This healing process is referred to as Immune Modulation™. For more information about Swift and this innovative technology please visit their website.
Though some minor discomfort may be experienced, most patients undergoing Swift therapy describe the pain level as being similar to an injection or a scratch lasting only a couple of seconds before quickly subsiding. Unlike traditional treatments there is no scraping, cutting, burning (with salicylic acid) or freezing of the skin involved and frequent repeat visits are not necessary. Immediately after the quick procedure patients can return to their typical daily activities.
This varies by patient as it depends on how you respond to the Swift treatment. Adults typically require 3-4 treatments, 4 weeks apart, while children typically require 1-2 treatments for a successful plantar wart removal.Book a Wart Treatment
Swift Microwave Therapy is very safe. Microwaves have been in clinical use for over 30 years with applications for cancer treatment. The Swift system operates at very low energy levels, less so than most laser and electrocautery treatments. In fact we interact with microwaves constantly in our daily lives through standard wifi, cell phones, bluetooth and cordless phones.Contact Us
Warts are lesions caused by a virus. They often appear as raised bumps with a rough texture. Warts can appear anywhere on the body. When they occur on the soles of the feet, they are referred to as plantar warts.
Plantar warts are usually hard and flat, with a rough or grainy surface, and may grow beneath a thick layer of skin or a callus.
Children and teenagers seem to be more susceptible to warts than adults, although some people seem to be immune. People with weakened immune systems and those who have previously had warts are also more susceptible.