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Specializing in Peripheral Artery Disease

Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a common yet serious condition that affects the arteries in your legs and feet.
Specializing in Peripheral Artery Disease

Comprehensive Peripheral Artery Disease Treatment

Peripheral Artery Disease occurs when plaque builds up, it can cause blockages in these arteries, reducing blood flow and essential nutrients to your lower limbs. This can lead to pain and fatigue when walking, as well as skin changes such as discoloration or ulcers. It’s important to seek medical care if you experience any of these symptoms, as PAD can lead to serious complications if left untreated. With regular screening and lifestyle changes, however, it is possible to reduce your risk of developing this condition. Take a quick quiz to see if you are showing signs of PAD.

Vascular Advanced Care

When plaque build up in the arteries of a diabetic foot becomes severe, an outpatient procedure can be performed by a vascular specialist to remove it. This will help restore blood flow to the affected area and provide relief from painful symptoms. Additionally, it may speed up the healing process for any existing diabetic foot ulcers. If you have a diabetic foot and you are experiencing discomfort or pain, seek medical advice from your doctor to determine if a vascular procedure is right for you