Kansas Podiatrist And Foot Care Clinic Is Now Offering Microwave Treatment For Plantars Warts

The Saorsa Swift Microwave plantar warts removal system is now available at the Community Foot Clinic Of McPherson in McPherson, KS. Readers can find out more about the clinic by heading over to its website at https://kansasfootclinic.com/.

The Saorsa Swift Microwave Treatment System delivers energy into the body through the use of microwaves that are produced inside a unique, compact generator. The treatment has no side effects. However, it cannot be administered to patients with pacemakers or metal implants. Compared to other popular plantar warts treatment options such as cryotherapy, laser ablation, and salicylic acid, the Saorsa Swift Microwave Treatment is relatively pain-free. The microwave energy is controlled to a great degree and it only penetrates the body to the extent that the medical professional allows. This ensures that only the affected area is treated and all other tissues are left unharmed. Most lesions are resolved with 2-3 treatments, with gaps of 4 weeks between treatments. The treatments themselves also only last around 10 to 15 minutes saving the patient valuable time.

Swift Microwave Therapy for Plantar Wart Treatment

Though the Saorsa Microwave Treatment System is a new technology (it was introduced in 2019), the results are clear as day and podiatric specialists around the country are raving about how easy it makes treating plantar warts and how much their patients love the quick pain-free treatment experience. Microwaves are safe as they have been used to kill cancer-causing cells for over 30 years. Moreover, microwaves are a form of non-ionizing radiation which means that they don’t cause damage to a person’s DNA. Readers who want to find out more about Kansas clinic offering the revolutionary microwave-based plantar warts treatment in McPherson, KS, can head over to its Twitter page at the link: https://twitter.com/mcphersonfoot.

Traditional techniques for dealing with plantar warts may require anesthesia or bandaging of the affected area. Cryotherapy relies on forming blisters that shed away after some days. It is imprecise and can end up harming healthy tissue. The same applies to laser ablation and electrocautery. The latter two also create a plume that is hazardous to both the patient and the clinician. The Swift System creates no smoke, plume, or smell leading to a cleaner and overall safer plantar wart treatment alternative. Moreover, the Swift device has been designed to ensure microwaves travel in straight lines with no lateral spread. The microwaves also penetrate the skin only to a maximum depth of 6.5 mm and are mostly restricted to between 3.5 and 4 mm.

Apart from the brand new microwave-based treatment for plantar warts, the Community Foot Clinic of McPherson also offers treatment for conditions such as bunions, flat feet, Charcot foot, nerve pain and numbness, foot & ankle arthritis, Achilles Tendinitis, heel spurs, plantar fasciitis, Athlete’s foot, ingrown toenails, toenail fungus, ankle sprains, shin splints, toe and forefoot fractures, and turf toe (sprain of the big toe). The clinic’s other foot care services include laser treatment, custom orthotics, balance braces & fall prevention, and steroid injection therapy for foot and ankle pain.

The clinic’s spokesperson talks about the importance of seeking foot care help from a qualified professional by saying, “Feet are a lot more complex than they look. If your feet or ankles are in pain, you deserve care from a doctor who specializes exclusively in this region of the body—all day, every day.”

The head of Community Foot Clinic of McPherson, Dr. Trent Timson has been serving the local community and surrounding areas with high-quality, compassionate foot care for nearly 20 years. He specializes in athletic foot care, wound care, heel pain, surgery, pediatric care, and foot care for seniors.

Community Foot Clinic of McPherson is located at 316 W. 4th Street, McPherson, KS 67460. It can be contacted at the phone number (620) 241-3313 for appointments. Its working hours are from 8 AM to 12 PM and from 1 PM to 5 PM on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Readers can stay updated with the news and announcements from the clinic by following it on its Facebook page at https://web.facebook.com/CommunityFootClinicMcPherson.


For more information about Community Foot Clinic Of McPherson, contact the company here:

Community Foot Clinic Of McPherson
Dr. Trent Timson
316 West 4th Street, McPherson, KS 67460, United States
1005 North B St. Herington, KS 67449, United States
108 S. Main Street Hillsboro, KS 67063, United States