Verrucas can be painful to walk on and painful to treat using traditional methods.
Verrucas are a type of wart which affect the sole of the feet and look like small rough bumps, sometimes with a black dot (blood vessel) in the middle. They can be painful to walk on and painful to treat using traditional methods.
Low level laser therapy is a virtually pain free verruca treatment for patients of all ages, including those who are pregnant.
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Our consultants have high standards to meet, often holding specialist NHS posts and delivering expertise in complex sub-specialty surgeries. Many of our consultants have international reputations for their research in their specialised field.
You will have a formal consultation with a healthcare professional. During this time you will be able to explain your medical history, symptoms and raise any concerns that you might have.
We will also discuss with you whether any further diagnostic tests, such as scans or blood tests, are needed. Any additional costs will be discussed before further tests are carried out.
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Our dedicated team will also give you tailored advice to follow in the run up to your visit.
Often 5-10 sessions are recommended and each session is 30 minutes long and approximately two weeks apart.
Your verrucae will be re-assessed at each session to check the progress and the treatment programme tailored as necessary.
Patients will leave with medical tape covering the treated area and are advised to continue applying tape in between treatments for 50% of the time, leaving time for the skin to breathe in between applications.
The treatment described on this page may be adapted to meet your individual needs, so it's important to follow your healthcare professional's advice and raise any questions that you may have with them.