What Is Swift Therapy?

Warts can be unpleasant and unsightly, and this is typically the case for regular warts. But unlike regular warts, plantar warts are not as easy to see and they can be much more painful because of their location, which also makes them more difficult to treat. Swift therapy is a modern approach that has proven very effective at removing plantar warts, you can learn more about the treatment by reaching out directly to Dr. Tina Boucher of the Central Connecticut Footcare Center in Meriden, CT.


Warts are usually small harmless growths that tend to appear on hands and feet. They are caused by a form of the human papillomavirus (HPV) and are very easy to transmit from one person to another, or to one part of the body to another. So it's important to practice care when treating them, especially with plantar warts. They can occur in people of all ages, although plantar warts are most common in young children.

Plantar Warts

For a regular wart, if there are no other issues associated with it, your doctor may recommend leaving it alone to heal on its own, though this will take time. But plantar wars usually appear on the soles of your feet so it's easier to encounter complications. They can grow inwards and become painful and difficult to spot at first. So if you notice any signs of plantar warts then it's important that you speak with your doctor.

Swift Therapy in Meriden, CT

Swift therapy for removing plantar warts uses low-dose microwave energy that targets the HPV virus itself and triggers your own body's immune system to respond. It can take a few procedures, between 3 and 4, which are spaced out to match your body's immune cycle. They each last only between 5 and 10 minutes with limited, if any, interruption to your regular activities.

If you are interested in exploring the benefits of Swift therapy and live in or near the area of Meriden, CT, you can schedule a consultation with Dr. Boucher of the Central Connecticut Footcare Center by dialing (203) 238-3668.

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