Dr. Pearl has expanded his aesthetic service to include laser removal of spider veins. Laser removal is an easy, fast, and effective way to treat superficial veins. Advances in technology have helped to develop many different lasers which use focused beams of light. In the treatment of spider veins, the wavelength of light is targeted […]
Here’s an example of an immediate effect of EPAT on tendon healing with a fibrous defect in the Achilles’ tendon that reduced in size immediately after treatment.
Hamstring injuries take a notoriously long time to heal sometimes as long as 3- 6 months. This is a video of Dr. Pearl receiving an EPAT treatment for his hamstring injury suffered while playing soccer. Stay tuned for an update!
Making the decision to use new technology for your medical condition such as laser all depends on your age, genetics, and medical condition. Sometimes a treatment won’t work if you do not meet their biological qualifications. Experiences can vary greatly with patients, and the personal experience of one patient will not always translate to your […]
With summer coming many patients are coming in embarrassed about showing their feet at the beach or pool because of fungal or unsightly toenail. One new solution available at Arlington Foot and Ankle is a nail resin called KeryFlex. KeryFlex Nail Restoration is a safe, nonsystemic in-office application that restores the appearance of patient’s natural […]
Summer is here! Spider vein laser removal can be performed in a series of treatments to temporarily improve the appearance of spider veins during pool season. Laser treatment is performed in a series of two to three treatments and is performed on smaller spider veins. Don’t be afraid to show off your legs this summer! […]
Although most cases of plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis are able to be cured conservatively require advanced treatments. In the past with chronic and acute foot and ankle pain, the lithotripter, a special machine that generates shockwaves, was used. However due to more convenience, EPAT is currently used to treat these conditions as an alternative. A podiatrist directs low frequency […]