Podiatry Laser - for Different Podiatry Procedures - Toenail
fungus, Plantar Fasciitis / Fasciosis, Neuromas, Warts
Are you considering laser technology to improve your treatment
capabilities? Lasers are an important tool in many successful
podiatric practices. Dimed develops lasers offering ease of use and
great value for the podiatric community.
Advanced laser therapy in podiatry pushes the boundaries of
biology, physics and technology. From inception, Dimed Laser has
focused on the convergence and integration of laser technologies
for toenail fungus, plantar fasciitis / fasciosis, neuropathies,
wart removal and wounds.
The CHERYLAS Laser is a revolutionary Podiatry device, able to
generate high power levels from a portable lightweight design. It
is the most versatile Podiatry laser currently available on the
market, and outperforms much larger laser units with it’s
incredible 10 Watt – 15 Watt continuous power.
Laser Podiatry Treatment
From ingrown toenails and fungus to warts and foot pain,
podiatrists treat a range of conditions on a daily basis. Problems
with your feet can lead to pain, immobility and secondary health
conditions, such as infections. Foot discomfort affects the ability
to function normally, and fast, effective treatment is a top
priority. Laser podiatry treatment is a quick, minimally-invasive
procedure capable of treating a multitude of foot-related ailments.
What Can Laser Podiatry Procedures Treat?
Due to advancements in technology, laser podiatry treatment can be
used effectively to treat a variety of podiatric conditions.
- Warts. Laser treatment is safe and effective in the reduction and removal
of warts, particularly for patients who have not experienced
positive results from topical treatments.
- Ingrown toenail. A painful and very common foot condition, an ingrown toenail can
be removed with the help of laser podiatry treatment. Though
trimming the nail can temporarily relieve pain, a reoccurring
ingrown toenail can be removed at the root with laser treatment.
- Fungus. Depending on the specific diagnosis, fungal conditions of the foot
may be treated with topical medicine, laser treatment or a
combination of the two.
- Though non-invasive treatment options are available, laser
treatment provides many patients with relief for a variety of
conditions. Individuals experiencing warts, ingrown toenails or
fungus may want to discuss the availability of laser treatment
methods with their podiatrists.
What Are the Benefits of Laser Podiatry Treatment?
From expedited recovery to minimal risk, laser podiatry treatment
offers multiple benefits to individuals suffering with foot pain or
- Local anesthesia. Some patients are allergic to general anesthesia, while others
have difficulty recovering from anesthetization. Laser treatments
often only require local anesthesia, as opposed to general, and
require less recovery time.
- Less pain. Depending on the diagnosis, laser techniques can reduce the amount
of pain the patient experiences while healing.
- Less downtime. Unlike invasive surgeries, laser treatments are quick and usually
result in minimal downtime. Many patients can walk and resume
normal functioning the same day as the procedure.
- Minimal discomfort and scarring. When reviewing treatment options for podiatric conditions,
patients look for procedures with minimal side effects, including
pain and post-procedure scarring. Compared to alternative methods,
laser treatment results in minimal scarring and discomfort.
- Precise treatment. A benefit to patients, laser treatment allows a podiatrist to
specifically target the affected area and gain precise control over
the procedure. Unlike topical treatments, laser techniques enable
podiatrists to treat foot conditions at the point of origin.
|Laser Type||GaAlAs Diode Laser|
|Wavelength||810nm/ 940nm/980nm/1064nm/ 1210nm/ 1470nm|
|Maximum Power||15W/ 30W/ 60W|
|Operation Mode||CW, Single Or Repeat Pulse|
|Pulse Duration||10us- 3s|
|Repetition Rate||0.2Hz- 50KHz|
|Pilot Beam||Red Diode Laser Of 650nm, Power<5mW|
|Control Mode||True Color Touch Screen|
|Transmission System||Medical Fibers With SMA905 Connector|