Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a condition in which peripheral arteries (most commonly those in the lower legs) become narrowed and restrict blood flow. Sufferers have an increased risk of stroke, heart attack, and limb amputation.

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Many people lose limbs each year due to peripheral artery blockage. Among those living with limb loss, the main cause is vascular disease (54%) – including diabetes and peripheral artery disease.

At Cardiovascular Institute of the South, we believe that early diagnosis and treatment can prevent disability and save limbs and lives. Through the development of non-surgical treatments and the advancements of leading-edge technology, patients can be assured that each case is thoroughly reviewed, and all available treatment options are considered.

 

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