Podiatry Laser Therapy Available to Patients in North Central, WV

Laser therapy treatment is an innovative procedure we use to treat toenail fungal infections, plantar warts, and spidery veins. We are the only area provider to offer Laser Therapy. Our laser is FDA approved and we are experienced in providing this specialty service to a 6 county area in North Central West Virginia. We proudly serve Barbour, Harrison, Lewis, Marion, Taylor and Upshur Counties of WV. Traditional treatments for fungus infections involve oral medications or topically applied medications. Oral medications may need to be taken for up to 12 weeks and require blood testing for monitoring liver function. Topical treatments may need to be applied daily for a year and may not be an effective treatment option for every patient. Laser therapy treatment has proven effective when traditional treatments have failed. For more information on our laser therapy treatment options contact us and ask to speak to our laser therapy specialist.

Podiatry Laser Therapy Helps Patients Suffering from Toenail Fungal Infections

Toenail Fungal Infection (Onychomycosis) is a very common infection caused by a fungus. Fungi thrive in warm damp environments which makes feet very vulnerable to develop a fungal infection. You may notice your nail has become thick and discolored. The most common complaint is unsightly nails. Most of the time Onychomycosis does not cause pain but it can develop to cause thick misshapen nails that hurt with walking or standing. The infection may start at one nail and spread to others. It can also be spread to fingernails. Keep your fungal infection from spreading by contacting our laser therapy specialist today.

Laser Therapy podiatry services for patients with toenail fungus in Bridgeport & Weston, WV

Podiatry Laser Therapy Proven Effective in Treating Plantar Warts

Plantar warts are a growth of skin caused by the HPV human papilloma virus. The growth of skin has a callus appearance. This hard growth is painful with walking or standing. Plantar warts can develop anywhere on the foot, but it is most common for them to develop on the soles of the feet. The growth is commonly seen on the balls and heels of the foot. Our specialized treatment can help you get back on your feet. Contact us today to learn more about our innovative specialized treatment options.

Podiatry Laser Therapy Visibly Decreases Spidery Veins

Spidery veins are engorged capillaries that lie close to the skin surface. Spidery veins look like spider webs or branches from a tree. Spider veins usually do not cause pain. Noticeable areas of red, purple, or blue discolored patches are seen. Most people have treatment for spidery veins for cosmetic improvement. If you are considering laser therapy for your spidery veins contact our office and request an appointment with our experienced laser specialist.