Podiatric practices love lasers for their versatility. The therapy handpiece is utilized to treat any type of pain, inflammation, arthritis, infections or wounds. Meanwhile, the surgical ablation handpiece handles warts and ugly, unsightly nails. Additionally, the 7mm handpiece is designed for ugly, unsightly nails.
Pain, Inflammation, and Arthritis
- Anti-Pain (Analgesic)
- Accelerated Tissue Repair & Cell Growth Promoting faster healing
- Faster Wound Healing
- Immediate Increased Range of Motion
- Improved Nerve Function
- Improved Vascular Activity
- Increased Metabolic Activity
- Reduced Fibrous Tissue Formation (Scars)
- Trigger & Acupuncture Point Stimulation
Wounds and Infections
Wounds and infections do not always respond well to conventional treatments. Diabetic / neuropathic patients have unique problems we gladly address. We have before /after pictures showing dramatic results coupled with clear, concise protocols. As the Physician, you’ll destroy the bacteria inhibiting / preventing proper healing whilst enlisting a cascade of healing mechanisms the body naturally employs. Lasers are a catalyst to promote ATP production in the mitochondria and oxygenation of the cells enabling and promoting rapid cell regeneration.
Mosaic and Discrete Warts
Warts may be excised (works like a CO2 laser) or treated in several sessions working through the layers (works like a Flashlamp pulse dye laser).
Toenail Fungus / Ugly Nail Syndrome
Toenail infections are often treated with Lamisil. Patients often don’t want to or cannot take oral medication or it simply didn’t work. A simple 12-minute pain-free, pleasant treatment addresses the syndrome for 10 toes. To see before and after nail results please click HERE.
FAQ: Treating Ugly, Unsightly Nails
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