Podiatrist in Pinellas Park Florida Offers New Warts (Plantars Wart) Treatment

May 04, 2022 at 22:48

Dr. Michele L Selsor, DPM, a podiatrist based in Pinellas Park, FL, is happy to announce a new and effective treatment for plantar warts and other surface based skin lesions. This is the Saorsa Swift microwave therapy for warts and other similar types of skin lesions. Plantar warts are particularly bothersome because of their location on the feet where they are subjected to pressure most of the time, which means they can be painful and uncomfortable while one goes through their daily chores. Just like the usual warts, plantar warts are caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). These are quite difficult to treat effectively from the surface because they have finger-like roots. Those roots can be difficult to effectively deal with on the surface. This is why the Swift device delivers a low dose microwave energy that penetrates deep to reach the roots. Those who would like to know more about the this new warts treatment device can check out Dr. Selsor’s website at https://www.drmicheleselsor.com/.

The Swift microwave therapy device delivers low dose microwave energy to the targeted area through a specialized probe that targets the HPV virus by stimulating the body’s natural immune response to fight the virus. Between three and four treatment sessions will be required, spaced four weeks apart in order to align with the natural immune cycle of the body. Each treatment session will only be 5 to 10 minutes long. There will only be limited debridement and there will be no bandages nor breaking of the skin.

Swift Microwave Therapy for Plantar Wart Treatment

Dr. Michele L Selsor, DPM, says, “Due to Swift harnessing the power of the patient’s immune system to target the root cause of the wart (HPV), efficacy is significantly higher compared to other treatment methods. It’s important to visit a podiatrist if you suspect or feel that you have a plantar wart and are seeking removal. The longer you wait to seek treatment, the more likely the wart is to persist. If you would like to get rid of your warts and/or explore Swift Treatment, please book a consultation with us by calling us on the phone.”

There may be some pain or discomfort felt that is akin to the pain of an injection or small scratch, lasting for just a few seconds before immediately subsiding. Some patients may feel some soreness after the treatment but not enough to hamper normal daily activities. The pain or discomfort is due to the rapid rise in temperature of the infected tissue over a two second dose of energy. The pain or discomfort will immediately cease once the energy delivery is stopped.

Dr. Michele L Selsor would like to advise patients to come in for a consultation if they feel or suspect they have a plantar wart and want to get rid of it. There are a number of common symptoms to look out for, including: pain felt when the sides of the wart are pressed; the feeling of “painful pebbles” in one’s shoes; warts appearing “yellowed” with a crust; presence of circular flat spot on the skin with a depressed portion in the middle; lesion on one’s foot that has changed color or is painful and bleeding; presence of small black dots; wart has reoccurred and multiplied after trying some treatments; presence of small black dots; poor sensation on the feet; not sure if the lesion is a wart; and discomfort that prevents the performance of regular activities.

Dr. Michele L Selsor was born and spent her childhood in Pinellas County and launched her private practice in 2001. She graduated from the University of South Florida and obtained her doctorate of podiatric medicine from Barry University School of Podiatric Medicine and Surgery in Miami Shores, Florida. She completed her two year primary podiatric medicine and surgical residency at the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital in Tampa, Florida. And she is a member of the Florida Podiatric Medical Association and the American Podiatric Medical Association.

Those who would like to know more about the podiatrist services offered by Dr. Michele L Selsor, DPM, can visit her website, or contact her on the phone or through email. They can also check out her Facebook page at https://web.facebook.com/MicheleLSelsorDPM?_rdc=1&_rdr.

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For more information about Michele L Selsor, DPM, contact the company here:

Michele L Selsor, DPM
Dr. Michele Selsor, DPM
727-321-9488
ai@harvestdemand.com
7744 66th Street North, Pinellas Park, FL 33782 USA

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