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Should you be tested for Peripheral artery disease?

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is a growing health problem throughout the United States and according to the Center for Disease Control, nearly 75% of those who have PAD have not been diagnosed. Learn More

Apr 14th, 2019
Substitutes for Better Health

By now most Americans know in order to live a longer, more productive life they need to exercise regularly and make healthy food choices. Those who have been diagnosed with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) especially should make these changes. Read More

Mar 2nd, 2019
Take Control of Your Health

Being diagnosed with peripheral artery disease (PAD) means that you don’t have time to slowly ramp into a healthier lifestyle. Learn how to take control of your health

Jan 25th, 2019
Take Your Socks Off!

In these colder months of winter, it feels good to wrap up, put on some warm fuzzy socks and sit by a nice fire sipping a hot drink. It’s not typically the time of year to think about taking off your socks, but maybe you should. Find out more!

Jan 25th, 2019
Taking Steps to Better Health

If your legs or hips hurt when you walk, climb stairs or exercise it could be due peripheral artery disease (PAD). Click to learn more.

Jan 25th, 2019
Leg Pain Could Be Serious

Muscle cramping in your hips, thighs, or calves when you walk, climb stairs, or exercise could be a warning sign of a serious disease called Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD).

Aug 12th, 2018