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Peripheral Arterial Disease Interventions

Peripheral arterial Disease (PAD) is a circulatory condition that reduces the blood flow to your limbs. Symptoms, which are sometimes dismissed as normal signs of aging, include:

  • Painful cramping in hips, thighs or calves when walking
  • Foot or toe wounds that won't heal or heal very slowly
  • A marked decrease in the temperature of your lower leg or foot particularly compared to the other leg or to the rest of your body

Our team of specialists can diagnose PAD and provide patients with a plan to treat it. In many cases, diet changes, increased physical activity and smoking cessation can help reduce or even reverse the symptoms of PAD. 

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) Resources

PAD can be treated through a combination of healthy lifestyle changes, including diet and exercise, or through surgery. Find out which is right for you.