Treat with Confidence
Swift is the pioneering microwave therapy system for verrucae.
With treatment Success rates of 84% and over, Swift provides a precise and easy way of treating verrucae and other benign skin lesions and is the worlds leading Verrucae treatment!
How Microwaves Work
Microwave energy rapidly elevates tissue temperature and creates precise, localised cell destruction.
Infected tissue can exist several millimetres below the surface and can often be difficult to treat using traditional methods, resulting in either untreated tissue or significant damage.
Swift delivers a precise, highly controlled energy dose. As microwaves travel into the tissue, water molecules begin colliding and creating localised heat energy – quickly destroying all infected tissue within a predetermined depth.
In a short amount of time the treatment is complete and the healing cascade begins immediately. Treated tissue is quickly replaced, repaired and regenerated.
Swift Case Study
Got a question?
Swift is a new technology, developed in the UK, which has been licenced for the general treatment of skin lesions in Podiatry and Dermatology. Swift uses microwave energy which is delivered through a special probe applied to the skin to treat the affected tissue.
Like many treatments for skin lesions, some minor discomfort may be experienced. Before treatment your podiatrist or dermatologist may decide to reduce the lesion with a blade. Pain levels vary from person to person but most people undergoing Swift liken it to a pain similar to an injection or a scratch, lasting 2 – 3 seconds then quickly subsiding.
We often advise local anaesthetic to ensure we can give the best treatment without any pain! This is a personal choice though.
In some cases the treated area may feel sore but will not prevent you undertaking normal daily activities
This is dependent on how you respond to treatment. In some cases, you may need more than one treatment (these can be from 14 days to over a month apart depending on the response). Your Podiatrist or Dermatologist will be able to discuss this with you.