Plantar Warts, Wasaga Beach, ON

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We provide effective and trouble-free solutions for stubborn plantar warts.

Are you dealing with the pain and frustration of plantar warts? A plantar wart is a small growth that appears on the ball of your feet, your heel, or other weight-bearing areas. The continued pressure on the wart causes it to grow inward through a hard thick layer of skin. You’ll recognize them by hard callused skin over a well-defined spot and the appearance of many tiny black pinpoints.

Plantar Warts in Wasaga Beach, Ontario

Though there are many treatments available, plantar warts are infamous for being stubborn, growing back or spreading. Here at Abbott Foot & Ankle Clinic, we have invested in a safe and effective solution for plantar warts. The technology is called Swift Verruca and Wart Treatment; it uses precisely directed microwave energy to create a thermal reaction which generates an immune response. This response then triggers your body’s natural immune system to fighting off the wart itself.

There are many benefits to this form of treatment:

  • Efficient – You can effectively treat one or multiple warts in one session.
  • Painless – No anesthetics are needed and post treatment pain is very rare.
  • Fast – The treatment process involves only three 2-second applications to each area.
  • Minimal disruption – This process usually only requires between 1-3 treatments to completely remove warts, meaning less time at the doctor. There’s also no need for further self-treatment at home and clients can continue their normal activity right after the appointment.

If you are in the Wasaga Beach, Ontario area and want to finally get rid of your bothersome plantar warts, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We look forward to providing you with the solutions you need.

At Abbott Foot & Ankle Clinic,  we treat plantar warts to residents of Collingwood, Wasaga Beach, Owen Sound, Stayner, Meaford, Thornbury, Creemore, The Blue Mountains, and surrounding areas in Ontario.