Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) Symptoms & Treatment

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) is a circulatory issue where narrowed arteries reduce blood flow to limbs. 

PAD is caused by narrowed arteries due to Atherosclerosis which is plaque build up in the arteries limiting blood flow to extremities. 

Many times these narrowed arteries are asymptomatic. However they can progress to cause pain with physical activity, pain at rest and/or cause non-healing wounds. 

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When to Seek Peripheral Arterial Care

Risk Factors for Peripheral Arterial Disease

Factors increasing risk include diabetes, smoking, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, obesity, and aging. 

PAD Symptoms: Know the Signs

Lower extremity cramping, leg pain, or fatigue during walking that is relieved with rest and returns when activity resumes.  In more advanced cases PAD can present with lower extremity pain at rest, non healing ulcers, and gangrene.

Complications of Severe PAD

Unchecked PAD may progress to critical limb ischemia, which occurs from severely limited blood flow to the leg, leading to leg pain at rest, wounds that won't heal, gangrene, and possible amputation (limb loss). 

When to See a Doctor for PAD

If you observe any PAD symptoms or are at high risk due to other conditions, it's crucial to consult a doctor. Early intervention ensures the best outcomes, preventing severe complications and maintaining your quality of life.

Effective Management for Peripheral Arterial Disease

PAD Evaluation : First Steps

Consultation includes a physical examination and Doppler ultrasound, and Ankle-Brachial Index tests. These determine the severity and exact location of blockages, guiding the most effective treatment approach.

Non-Invasive PAD Solutions

From exercise programs to medications like anti hypertensives and cholesterol medications, non-invasive treatments help manage PAD, improve circulation, and halt disease progression without surgical intervention.

Advanced PAD Treatment Options

For severe PAD, minimally invasive procedures such as angioplasty or stenting can be employed. These treatments restore blood flow, alleviate symptoms, and prevent complications.

Your PAD Care Specialist

Choose Premier Vascular & Interventional for unparalleled PAD treatment. Our state-of-the-art facility and expert team prioritize minimally invasive treatments, ensuring quick recovery with minimized risks. Experience personalized care with a patient-centered approach, ensuring the best outcome for your unique needs.

Diagnosing Symptoms and

Exploring Treatments

Delaying action on PAD symptoms can escalate risks. Restore health and prevent complications with personalized treatment options at Premier Vascular & Interventional. Ensure a healthier tomorrow by taking control today. Contact us to begin your journey to wellness.


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