VIDEO: Triad Foot Center Stays a Step Ahead with New Technology!
We know when it’s time to refresh their technology. Just as patients look for up-to-the-minute styles of shoes and sandals for spring and summer, we are always on the lookout for the most current techniques and newest technologies.
Many updated procedures are less invasive, making recovery time shorter than ever before. We now offer Extracorporeal Pulse Activation Technology (EPAT) for patients with foot pain caused by plantar fasciitis. This in-office treatment uses special acoustic pressure waves, applied with an external applicator, to increase blood flow, stimulate cell metabolism, and speed up healing of a strained plantar fascia ligament in the foot. Not only does this method create healing from the inside out, but it also relieves the pain other standard treatments leave unresolved.
Unsightly toenail fungus has often been treated with messy topical applications, as well as oral medications. New laser treatment offered at Triad Foot Center for nail fungus can help eliminate the common symptoms, like thickening or discoloration, while allowing the new nail growth to come in healthy.
Up until recently, bunion surgery has been followed by an intensive recovery time, but we are the first podiatry practice in the Triad to offer the “Cinderella Procedure.” This advanced surgical procedure creates better stability and less downtime for bunion sufferers than any previous treatments available. Thanks to an improved incision technique, patients have only minimal scarring, which means never having to compromise on footwear choices.
Staying a step ahead of ordinary practices and finding the best new solutions for foot ailments means that we are always working to help get patients back on their feet. We have offices in Greensboro, Asheboro, and Burlington. To learn more, contact us today!
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