For some people, no amount of cutting, burning, peeling, or freezing will stop the lesions from coming back. If this sounds familiar, board-certified podiatrist Joel Foster could help with Swift Microwave Therapy—a revolutionary treatment for persistent, painful, and unsightly warts.
What Is Swift Microwave Therapy?
Swift Microwave Therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses the body’s natural defenses. Instead of attacking the wart from the outside, short bursts of microwaves destroy the affected tissue and trigger an immune response at the site.
Plantar warts are caused by a virus. Usually, the body's immune system prioritizes its resources, only fighting severe conditions on the uppermost layers of skin. Many viruses and skin disorders thrive by staying below the immune system’s threshold for response.
With Swift, healthy cells rush to repair the damaged cells, sending antibodies that fight the underlying viral infection. As the infection begins to clear, the outward symptoms disappear, resolving the wart from the inside out.
Benefits of Swift Microwave Therapy for Warts
Swift offers many benefits over conventional wart therapies, including:
- Convenience. Short onsite treatment sessions—often just a few minutes—ensure minimal discomfort and disruption to daily life.
- Lack of downtime. No bandage, rest, pain medication, or time off work is needed after a treatment session.
- Safety. Microwave therapy is non-invasive and carries minimal risk of infection, side effects, or complications.
- Results. Swift has an 85% success rate, higher than any other traditional wart topical treatments or procedures.
- Long-lasting relief. As Swift resolves the infection rather than just removing the lesion, the warts are significantly less likely to recur.
Find Out if Swift Microwave Therapy Is Right for You
If you’ve tried everything to rid yourself of plantar warts, Swift Microwave Therapy could be the solution you’re looking for. Please call us today at 816-246-4222 or fill out our online contact form to request a callback.