Podiatrist Now Offering Brand New SAORSA Plantar Wart Treatment For Warts

Ankeny, Iowa based Foot and Ankle Center of Iowa is pleased to announce that they are now offering Saorsa’s brand new SWIFT treatment method for dealing with plantar warts. The team of. podiatrists at Foot and Ankle Center of Iowa are dedicated to providing their patients with innovative, superior foot and ankle care. Learn more at their official website: https://footanklecenteriowa.com/.

As the clinic explains, plantar warts are small, fleshy growths that appear at the bottom of the foot. These warts, which may be rough or grainy, cause hard thickened growths and can cause a lot of pain when the affected person walks. While warts do often fade away on their own, it can take a lot of time to do so. In fact, according to the team of foot and ankle care specialists at Foot and Ankle Center of Iowa, it can even take years.

Plantar warts are caused by the HPV virus. The virus can enter the body through small cuts or other weak spots at the bottom of the feet, and since the HPV virus thrives in warm and moist environments, those who frequent locker rooms and swimming pools are very susceptible to being infected. Factors such as a previous history of warts, a poor immune system and other factors can also significantly increase the risk of plantar warts.

Plantar warts are not a serious health concern, but they may still be painful. Therefore, the foot and ankle clinic says that it is wise to deal with them as soon as possible. Prior to the introduction of the SWIFT treatment, plantar warts were often treated with rather outdated methods. The most common methods for removing plantar warts, such as the use of salicylic acid, cryotherapy, chemo-based fluorouracil or bleomycin and surgical removal, can be painful, invasive and require multiple sessions to complete with a poor success rate.

This is not the case with Saorsa’s SWIFT technology. In the short time since it was introduced, SWIFT has established itself as a very reliable and effective option to deal with plantar warts. The SWIFT method uses state-of-the-art technology to deliver precise, highly controlled microwave energy into the affected area of the skin, and in doing so, stimulates the patient’s body into healing itself and fights the plantar warts at their source.

Since the SWIFT method uses microwave energy, the actual surface of the skin of the foot is not broken. The microwave beam simply penetrates up to a predetermined depth at which it can reach the root of the plantar wart. This ensures minimal debridement and results in a quick procedure (with sessions lasting between 5 to 10 minutes). It is also virtually painless, affording patients a clean, and non-invasive option to deal with their plantar warts that has practically no recovery time. Learn more here: https://www.facebook.com/FootAnkleCenterIowa.

Dr. Paul Dayton, DPM, from Foot and Ankle Center of Iowa, says, “If you have suffered with plantar warts for any amount of time, you know that they can have a significant impact on your day-to-day life. Treating them can be very frustrating, since traditional methods are not very successful, and are oftentimes very painful. Thankfully, with the new SWIFT technology, that is not the case anymore. With SWIFT, the treatment is quick and has minimal discomfort with a very high success rate. If you are interested in learning more and seeing if this may be a good treatment option for you, our team is here to help and get a consultation scheduled for you!”

With years of training and experience in both adult and children’s foot and ankle conditions, Foot and Ankle Care of Iowa strives to not only take care of patients, but to exceed their expectations. They offer a wide range of foot care that includes treatments for bunions, hallux limitus/rigidus, ankle sprains, fractures, arthritis, flat foot, hammertoes, heel pain, ingrown toenails, sports injuries, tendinitis, warts, sesamoid pain, and childrens foot deformities. They are also a Lapiplasty® 3D Bunion Correction Elite Center.

Those who want to learn more about Foot and Ankle Center of Iowa should visit their website. Appointments for a consultation can be scheduled through the website or by calling 515-639-3775. The team of foot and ankle specialists at Foot and Ankle Center of Iowa, comprised of Dr. Paul Dayton, Dr. Mindi Dayton, and Dr. Jesseka Kaldenberg-Leppert, is here to help their patients feel better and to live their best life free from foot and ankle pain. Foot and Ankle Center of Iowa also maintains a social media presence and can be found on both Facebook and Instagram. Find their Instagram page here: https://www.instagram.com/footanklecenteriowa/.

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For more information about Foot and Ankle Center of Iowa, contact the company here:

Foot and Ankle Center of Iowa
Paul D. Dayton DPM
(515) 639-3775
mdayton@footanklecenteriowa.com
3720 North Ankeny Boulevard, Ankeny IA 50023, United States

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