Integrative Treatment for all Types of Warts

A wart (also known as verruca vulgaris) is an abnormal growth on the skin caused by a virus called the human papilloma virus (HPV). This virus infects the top layer of skin (known as stratum corneum), usually entering the body through Damaged skin producing an elevated, round or irregular shaped growth called wart. Occasionally these warts disappear spontaneously within months or years.

IAD is a well-established name for wart treatment in India. Through years of research and practice, the medical team of IAD has developed a distinctive mode in warts removal treatment and offers integrative treatment for warts in Kerala by providing overall benefits in the treatment of the condition.

Warts may get infected to other parts of the body. They even spread from one person to another person by sharing personal things. Warts can grow anywhere on the body. Warts are called by different names indicating the anatomical site of their presence or shape of the lesion. Examples; filiform warts are small and the lesions look like spikes plantar warts occur on soles and could be painful because of the pressure. They look diverse and appear on different parts of the body. Children and young adults are usually affected with this disease.

Genital warts: Genital warts usually appear in the groin, genital or anal areas. They can be of different sizes and shapes. Some look like flat white patches, and others are elevated, cauliflower-like growths.
The diagnosis of the condition usually done by a physical examination. Different types of approaches are available to treat warts and the treatment method varies on the severity and nature of the condition.

Integrative Treatment for Warts offered at IAD

Larger and multiple growths are initially treated by allopathic topical medication, chemical or electric catheterization and then subjected to the oral preventive homeopathic medication. Then the patient is analyzed thoroughly as per the homeopathic guidelines. Homeopathic treatment for warts is also found to be one of the most effective treatment methods.

The case is then discussed among the multi-disciplinary team of doctors comprising of Ayurveda physician and Allopathic dermatologist. Oral drugs are prescribed with advice to avoid some of the food and toiletry items which can slow down treatment result. The major aim of the treatment is to remove warts completely without leaving even a scar.

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