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Podiatrist With Expertise In Warts Now Offers Saorsa Plantar Wart Treatment

Superior Foot And Ankle Centers, based in Marquette, MI, is pleased to share that they are now offering the new Saorsa wart removal system at all of their centers. Superior Foot & Ankle Centers provides complete foot and ankle care for the entire family, serving Marquette, Escanaba & L'Anse, and Upper Peninsula, MI. Learn more here:

The clinic states that the Swift plantar wart treatment typically requires 1 - 4 treatment sessions. The treatments themselves, however, are notably brief, especially since each wart only needs to be microwaved for a total of 2 - 3 seconds at a time (though this may be done repeatedly during a session). The clinic also wants to emphasize the following: while the microwave emission may cause some minor discomfort, the procedure is generally painless.

Many patients reported significant reductions in their plantar warts after just one treatment. Plantar warts are painful throughout the day as a result of the pressure that daily activities like walking, running, and other activities put on the soles of the feet, so patients are eager to have them removed. Given this inconvenience, many in turn are extremely appreciative of the Swift microwave therapy machine's effective and painless treatment.

Crucially, the Swift machine does not emit smoke or plumes, does not call for dressings or bandages, and does not require anesthesia, all of which contribute to its ability to provide cleaner wart treatments. Swift microwave therapy does not produce any odor either, making it a more attractive alternative to electrocautery and laser therapy equipment. Both the patient and the healthcare provider delivering the treatment are made safer as a result. Learn more here:

The Saorsa Swift microwave device has a precision-supporting design as well. The applicator on the device is used by the clinician to precisely point the microwaves at the troublesome area. Furthermore, it was ensured that the microwaves would travel directly to the target area rather than spreading laterally (as is typical in cryotherapy). The Swift device is also designed to stop thermal energy from penetrating more than 6.5 mm into the skin. The thermal energy typically only needs to penetrate the skin 3 - 4 millimeters deep when the clinician sets the treatment parameters on the generator.

Dr. Conway McLean of Superior Foot And Ankle Centers, a medical professional who took over Dr. Ken Tabor's practice in 2015, is a foot and ankle specialist in the Upper Peninsula. Dr. McLean has nearly three decades of experience treating foot and ankle conditions. He is Board-certified in wound care (APWH-CMETc), open surgery (ABFAS), and minimally invasive surgery (AMIFAS), and he has several areas of specialization. He also obtained Board certification in orthotic therapy (ABPO), both for adults and children.

Shockwave therapy and a musculoskeletal laser, both regenerative medical techniques, are two of the cutting-edge technologies that McLean uses to treat a variety of bone and joint issues. These are also advantageous for a variety of sports injuries. He uses a novel device to treat neuropathy, a common complication of diabetes. In order to achieve a nearly painless, long-lasting cure for ingrown nails, McLean also uses radio wave technology. The clinic’s podiatry team is leading the way in providing patient focused comprehensive care and offers minimally invasive foot and ankle surgery, shockwave therapy for pain, cold laser therapy for foot and ankle pain, FREMS therapy, Lunula laser technology for fungal toenails, digital x-ray, biomechanical analysis and functional orthotic (arch support) fabrication, diagnostic ultrasound, and physical therapy.

Recently, Superior Foot and Ankle Centers finished an expansion by opening a location in L'Anse Michigan. The new location includes all of the amenities and equipment found in the Marquette office. Former full-time professor in the department of surgery at the Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, Dr. McLean has lectured on wound care and surgery internationally. He still contributes to a number of publications, including the local daily newspaper's weekly health column.

Dr. McLean addresses a range of subjects, including nutrition, exercise, general medicine, and complementary and alternative medicine. On occasion, he writes about issues with the feet and ankles. Learn more here:

To learn more about Superior Foot And Ankle Centers and the treatments they offer, patients may visit one of their several locations or contact the clinic directly via phone or email.


For more information about Superior Foot And Ankle Centers, contact the company here:

Superior Foot And Ankle Centers
Dr. Conway McLean
(906) 225-7707
700 W. Washington St. Marquette MI 49855 United States


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