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THE

VERRUCA CLINIC

N  O  R  T  H  E  R  N      I  R  E  L  A  N  D

BREAKTHROUGH TREATMENT NOW AVAILABLE

F E E T   &   H A N D S   T R E A T E D
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Welcome

The Verruca Clinic NI is based in bt8podiatry, Belfast and Lisburn Podiatry clinic, Lisburn. With over 30 years experience in podiatric care we are excited to offer Swift therapy which is a new innovative treatment for Verrucas. We are confident that we provide the most successful, verruca treatment available today.

The Verruca Clinic NI has a team of Podiatrists and a children's Nurse working together to ensure that your experience here is professional and safe. 

Swift is new technology which has been licensed for the general treatment of skin lesions in Podiatry and Dermatology. Swift uses microwave energy which is delivered safely through a special probe applied to the skin to treat the affected tissue.

Why treat with Swift?

  • Most effective Verruca treatment 

  • Minimal pain compared to other verruca treatments

  • Short treatment time

  • No dressings post treatment

  • No anaesthetic required

  • Return to normal activities straight after

What is a Verruca?

A Verruca is a viral infection that can affect the feet. The virus that causes these lesions are known as the Human Papilloma virus (HPV). These may appear as raised lumps, they may have tiny black dots in the centre, sometimes they may appear as a cluster known as mosaic Verruca. A Verruca can be painful to walk on at times depending on the affected area. If your verruca is spreading or painful it would be recommended to see a podiatrist for an assessment and diagnosis. Verrucas may be treated in different ways with over the counter medications and with acids or cryotherapy but these treatments are less predictable and not as effective.

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What Happens at my Assessment?

Detailed Medical History

History of Verruca

Discuss Appropriate

treatment options

Diagnose Verruca

Commence Treatment

or

Book to Commence

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