Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is a narrowing or blockage of the arteries that limits blood flow to your extremities, caused by plaque buildup. PAD is a common problem and generally occurs in the legs.

Common Signs and Symptoms of PAD:

  • Leg pain with walking, relieved with rest
  • Leg numbness or weakness
  • Sores/wounds on your legs or feet that are slow to heal
  • 30-50% of patients with PAD have no signs or symptoms

 
Listen as Vascular Physician, Frank Vandy, MD, shares more information about PAD and hear how Roger's PAD treatment improved his quality of life.