Discover the Benefits of Cryotherapy Ablation

Living with a painful buildup of tissue in your foot (neuroma)? This painful and debilitating condition affects people of all ages, and traditional treatments aren’t always effective. That’s why more patients are turning to Arch Foot Care for cryotherapy ablation. 

This revolutionary procedure delivers excellent pain-relieving results for people living with Morton’s Neuroma and other tissue buildups. Don’t wait to enjoy long-term pain relief—talk to the cryoablation experts at Arch Foot Care today. 

What is Cryotherapy Ablation?

Cryotherapy ablation is a minimally-invasive procedure that uses cold temperatures to destroy abnormal tissue. During the procedure, a probe is inserted into the affected area, and liquid nitrogen or argon gas is used to freeze and destroy excess tissue. As the tissue thaws, it’s absorbed by the body, leaving behind healthy tissue. It’s a fast, safe, and effective method for treating Morton’s Neuroma and other painful tissue buildups in the foot.

The Benefits of Cryoablation

Cryotherapy ablation can help people of all ages who are living with Morton’s neuroma. Some of the distinct benefits include:

  • Foot pain relief: Using extremely cold temperatures, cryoablation destroys the abnormal nerve tissue responsible for creating pain signals in the foot.
  • Surgery-free relief: Cryoablation is a minimally invasive procedure that can be performed in an outpatient setting. There’s no hospitalization required!
  • Quick recovery time: Unlike traditional treatments like surgery, cryoablation has a quick recovery time. Most people return to daily activities within a few days.
  • High success rate: Cryoablation is proven to reduce pain caused by Morton’s Neuroma. There’s less scarring and tissue regenerates more naturally after the procedure.

Cryoablation FAQs

Wondering if cryoablation is right for you? When you’re ready to take the first step toward long-term pain relief from neuroma, the caring medical team at Arch Foot Care is ready to answer your questions. Here are answers to some of the most common questions about cryoablation:

Where is cryoablation performed?

At Arch Foot Care, we perform cryoablation in-house at our comfortable, accessible clinic. There’s no need to visit a hospital or other inpatient setting.

What conditions benefit from cryoablation?

Cryoablation is used to successfully treat a variety of conditions, including Morton’s neuroma, some types of cancer, and certain skin conditions.

How long does the procedure take?

The procedure takes only 2-5 minutes and is relatively pain-free. After the procedure, you’re encouraged to reduce activity, ice, and elevate the area for the rest of the day.

Does cryoablation hurt?

The cryoablation procedure is nearly pain-free. After the procedure, most patients can manage any pain that occurs with a NSAID or Tylenol.

Schedule a Cryoablation Appointment

Cryotherapy ablation is an effective, minimally-invasive treatment option for people living with Morton’s neuroma. With benefits like surgery-free pain relief and quick recovery times, it’s no wonder why this treatment has gained popularity in recent years. 

If you’re considering cryotherapy ablation as a treatment option, talk to the caring medical team at Arch Foot Care to determine whether it’s right for you. With our help, you can enjoy long-term pain relief and get back to living your life!

Dr. Patel

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