A BREAKTHROUGH TREATMENT FOR WARTS & VERRUCA.
SIMPLE, FAST AND INCREDIBLY EFFECTIVE TREATMENT FOR WARTS AND VERRUCAE.
WHAT ARE WARTS?
Warts are a common contagious infection in the outer layers of the skin which are caused by HPV (Human Papillomavirus). They can spread to other areas of our body and from person to person. Warts are generally very difficult to get rid of as they are excellent at evading the body’s immune system.
DOES IT HURT LIKE OTHER WART TREATMENTS?
No! The Swift wart treatment is different. It is very quick. The rapid heating of the wart to 42-45ºC is a few degrees is warmer than a hot bath, but It only lasts 2 seconds x 5 times a session. It will not cause any tissue damage or post treatment burns, scars or pain. You will put your shoes back on, walk out of the treatments and not require and dressings or band-aids.
HOW MANY TREATMENTS?
We recommend a maximum of 3 treatments for swift therapy.
2 Seconds with 5 applications.
12 week follow up after final treatment with 10 Watts & 2 Seconds with 5 applications.
Case study 1: Middle aged male patient presented with 2 large lesions on left plantar forefoot and single large lesion on right foot. Lesions would regularly build up with overlying hyperkeratosis causing increased pressure. After 9 years with these irritating plantar warts, it took only 3 swift treatments and all three lesions had resolved.
Case study 2: Middle aged male Patient who was a local doctor in the area. Presented with a severely anhidrotic verruca lesion on the left plantolateral heel with significant deep fissuring. After 3 Swift treatments, the lesion was completely cleared within 12 weeks
Case study 3: 15-year old female patient presented with a lesion covering a majority of the left plantar metatarsal area, plantar 4th & 5th toes. An extensive medical history including an autoimmune liver disease saw her taking several different medications including an immunosuppressive. Over 4 years the lesion was increasing in size. Cryotherapy, laser, dry needling, acids (salacylic & monochloroacetic), and numerous at home treatments all failed. After 3 swift treatments and a 6 month review, the lesions had resolved.
Case study 4: 17-year-old male presented with approximately 140 verruca lesions on hands and feet. Over a 13-year period he had tried cryotherapy, salicylic acid, dry needling, and numerous over-the-counter treatments. After 5 swift treatments by the end of the year, all 140 lesions had resolved.