Do you have any dead skin on your feet that leaves you insecure when you look at it? Have warts on your feet developed, and you’re unsure how to get rid of them? Cryotherapy could be the answer you’re looking for. Meaning “cold therapy,” our team at Great Neck Family Foot Care can administer cryotherapy to allow for the condition of your feet to find improvements. For more information about this type of therapy, please continue reading.

What Does Cryotherapy Involve?

Cryotherapy is a non-invasive form of treatment that allows patients to receive care with a limited chance of complications. It involves exposing the affected area of the foot to frigid temperatures for several minutes. Our team of expert podiatrists are well versed in administering this and can use it to improve your current situation. It can help with a variety of problems, so be sure to ask us if cryotherapy is right for you.

What Can It Be Used For?  

One of the significant benefits of undergoing cryotherapy sessions is the number of conditions it can be used to help with. When you’re having a foot problem, our team will evaluate it and determine if cryotherapy could be the solution. Examples of what this form of treatment can be used to help with include:

  • Excess amounts of dead skin
  • Plantar warts
  • Plantar fasciitis
  • Nerve pain
  • General swelling and inflammation  

The Benefits Of Cryotherapy

At Great Neck Family Foot Care, our team understands how important maintaining the health of one’s foot is. That is why cryotherapy is but one of the many beneficial treatment services we offer at our facility. There are many benefits to be had from undergoing this form of care, including the below:

  • Pain relief and muscle healing
  • Elimination of aesthetic issues
  • Reducing inflammation
  • It is non-invasive
  • Minimal recovery time is needed    

Contact Us

Cryotherapy is a form of treatment regularly utilized by our podiatrists here at Great Neck Family Foot Care. If you believe this form of therapy could help you, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We’ll perform a full assessment of the current issue to determine if cryotherapy is the treatment answer to your ailment. To get this process started, be sure to contact our team today.