Podiatrists brandish FDA-cleared PinPointe lasers to clear up irksome nail fungus in as little as one treatment
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Choose Between Two Options
$249 for a laser nail-fungus treatment for one foot ($750 value)
$449 for a laser nail-fungus treatment for both feet ($1,500 value)
After a consultation, podiatrists use the PinPointe laser to scour fungal growth from nails in a treatment that requires no downtime. Results are seen within a few months, as clear, uninfected nails begin to grow in.
Laser Nail Therapy Clinic
In addition to removing tattoos, Professional Medical Corp's experienced doctors harness the photon-borne powers of the PinPointe FootLaser to painlessly and effectively whisk fungi from patients' nails. Additionally, the team helps clients safely and effectively manage foot pain through MLS laser therapy. Such therapies can treat pain associated with plantar faciitis, neuromas, arthritis, joint pain, sore muscles, post surgical swelling, and more. When used, MLS laser improves vascular activity, improves nerve function, boosts metabolic activity, and promotes faster healing.
The doctor was very patient and explained every aspect of the procedure. He answered all my questions and told me exactly what I needed to do in order to meet my expectations. So far, I am very happy with the end results !
Joni R. ·
April 24, 2017
This is a great service. The doctor was very knowledgeable and gentle with my feet. I feel much better about the fungus condition on my feet. More people with this problem should take advantage of this opportunity.
Jo A. ·
May 19, 2016
Went well. The podiatrist was quite thorough. Be patient. It takes a while for results to show.