Swift Therapy For Warts

Foot and Ankle Specialist & Podiatric Surgeon in Midtown Manhattan, New York, NY

What is Swift Therapy?

Swift wart treatment represents a pioneering solution in the realm of podiatry, offering an innovative approach to tackling persistent warts on the feet. Using the power of microwave technology, Swift treatment directs controlled energy to the affected area, targeting and eliminating the HPV virus responsible for warts. This non-invasive procedure is quick, typically requiring just a few short sessions, and boasts a high success rate. Furthermore, it spares patients the discomfort of traditional methods like freezing, salicylic acid, or surgical removal. With minimal post-procedure pain and no need for dressings, Swift wart treatment is rapidly becoming the go-to choice for many seeking an efficient, modern remedy for foot warts.

  • Minimal Discomfort
  • Highly Effective for Warts & Calluses
  • No Blistering or Wound Care
  • Return to your Active Lifestyle Immediately
  • Safe for All Ages

Swift Therapy Q&A

In order to deliver energy into the body, microwaves are produced inside a unique, compact generator. As soon as the treatment begins, Swift delivers a precise, highly controlled dose of microwaves that work within a pre-determined field – and no deeper. Water molecules within the tissue begin colliding and creating localized heat energy which targets the root cause of the condition.

Microwaves are a form of non-ionising radiation, which means that they can’t cause damage to the DNA of living things. The same fundamental technology that powers Swift, is also being used in the treatment of lung, liver, kidney and breast cancer in countries all over the world.

There are no harmful side effects to the Swift Treatment. The treatment is not recommended for patients with pacemakers and you should avoid interaction with metal implants. Do not point the Swift Applicator at the eyes or the testes.

Say Goodbye to Stubborn Warts.

Say Hello to Swift.


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