Swift Wart Therapy

A front view of the swift wart therapy machine

Swift currently has the highest success rate on the market for treating warts. 

What are plantar warts?

Warts are a viral infection from the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) that manifest as a growth on the skin. There are over 100 kinds of strains of HPV, but only a few cause warts on your feet. The others strains are more likely to cause warts on other areas of your skin & body eg. hands, face or genitals. A wart that you find on the sole of your foot is called a verruca wart or plantar wart, which is the most common warts we treat. However, we are also able to treat any warts from the elbows down to the feet. 

Plantar warts can be painful and are very contagious, and easily spread to other parts of the body or from person to person, so it's important to have it treated swiftly. 

What is Swift Wart Therapy?

Swift uses medical microwave technology that is highly effective in resolving warts and verrucae. The machine allows us to deliver a focused direct microwave signal to a pre-determined depth into the skin, ensuring only the wart is treated. This is what sets Swift apart from other treatmention options. As these microwaves travel to a pre-determined depth, they do not damage the surface of the skin and instead causes the infected wart tissue to release proteins that illict an immune response from the body, to fight and cure the virus. Therefore, over the course of treatments your body becomes immune to the virus compared to other treatment options that just kill the wart. 

It rapidly heats the infected tissue to 42-45ºC over 2 seconds and this is repeated 5-8 times. This sudden increase in temperature can cause discomfort, however, as Swift treatments are very quick, discomfort only lasts a few seconds. Once the appropriate dosage has been delivered, the client can walk out without dressings and in no/very minimal pain. 

The benefits of Swift Wart Therapy

There are multiple benefits that differentiate Swift from other plantar wart treatments:

The treatment process

1. Dermatological Assessment

During this appointment, the podiatrist will confirm the presence of a wart and take you through the various treatment options. If Swift is chosen, the first treatment can be administered on the spot, as you can walk out without pain or dressings.

2. Swift sessions - Most people only require 3 appointments

Each session will be administered 4 weeks apart until the wart is resolved. 

If you think you have a wart, book in to see one of our podiatrists to learn more about this modern treatment. 


Discover our other services & treatments

A physician holding a person foot and applying the shockwave machine handle to the bottom of their foot

Shockwave Therapy

Shockwave is a new and advanced, non-invasive treatment for painful foot and leg problem like plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinopathy, shin splints, knee pain & more.

Two hands holding two green custom foot orthotics

Custom orthotics

Custom foot orthotics are special shoe inserts that can help treat a number of common foot concerns. Our podiatrists recommend custom-made orthotics as these are designed specifically for your feet, helping to support the natural shape of your foot, and improve your overall posture and foot function.

Front view of two feet with the PACT machine treating a fungal nail on the big toe


Do you have a fungal nail infection? We recommend photodynamic therapy (PACT) as a great alternative to traditional nail lacquers and oral medications. It is a safe, effective, and pain-free treatment for your fungal nail issues.


Monday - 7:30am-6pm
Tuesday - 7:30am-6pm
Wednesday - 9am-6pm
Thursday - 7:30am-7pm
Friday - 7:30am-5pm
Saturday - CLOSED
Sunday - CLOSED

Ground Floor, 344 Queen Street,
Brisbane City QLD 4000



Monday - 7:30AM-6PM
Tuesday - 7:30AM-6PM
Wednesday - 7:30AM-6PM
Thursday - 7:30AM-8PM
Friday - 7:30AM-5PM
Saturday - 7:30AM-5PM
Sunday - CLOSED

Newmarket Village, 114/400 Newmarket Rd, Newmarket QLD 4051


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