Specializing in the latest state-of-the-art methodologies for painless and effective foot and ankle remedies.
Introducing the Swift Wart Treatment Method
Here at Total Podiatry of SW Florida, we are very excited to announce that we have a brand new and effective treatment for surface-based skin lesions, primarily warts. The Swift Methodology delivers microwave energy into the site of a wart. This causes heat and disruption in that area, which leads to cells emitting signals that get picked up by the immune system. When the immune system arrives on the scene, they identify the virus as an intruder and start to attack it. Swift is a cutting-edge, FDA Cleared technology that has proven to be highly effective in the removal of plantar warts. It delivers low-dose microwave energy through a specialized probe that targets and effectively treats the underlying HPV virus by stimulating a natural immune response in the body. Therefore, we’re addressing the root cause, not the symptom.
Introducing the Swift® Cutting-Edge Treatment for Plantar WartsNow available at Total Podiatry of SW Florida
The console delivers a precise, highly controlled energy dose to a pre-determined depth into the skin at the affected area. The immune system normally ignores the layers of skin where warts form, but this immune therapy technology works to quickly build up an immunity to the strand of HPV causing your wart. In short order, the virus is cured and your body can start re-growing new, healthy tissue.
Using this handheld tool, we deliver lower-power microwave energy to the layers of skin surrounding the wart. Usually, the tool is applied for a 2 second interval, 5 times. The microwaves excite water molecules and generate heat and friction, which in turn draws in proteins and activates your immune system.
Suffering from Plantar Warts in right here in SW Florida? Well now, Plantar Warts have met their match!
Dr. Alphonse Tribuiani is the #1 Plantar Warts Foot Doctor / Podiatrist, specializing in the Swift Wart Method
Plantar warts are skin growths found on the bottom of the foot or toes caused by a strain of human papillomavirus (HPV). Plantar warts are not harmful to the body and many will go away on their own after some time. Depending on the location, however, plantar warts can cause some discomfort and often look like a small, hard growth on the bottom of your foot. Because of the pressure caused by the wart being on the bottom of the foot, they can grow inward and leave only the hardened skin over a noticeable spot as a clue. There are sometimes black dots which people refer to as “wart seeds,” though in reality the black dots are caused by clotted blood vessels. If the warts are causing you pain or are spreading (creating a cluster of plantar warts), you will most certainly be interested in the new, revolutionary Swift Wart Removal System available at Total Podiatry of SW Florida!