PAD Awareness Month

Saving Lives and Limbs

Saving Lives and Limbs

September is PAD Awareness Month

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) affects an estimated 10 million Americans. Yet, it is widely misunderstood by the public and often goes undiagnosed. PAD is treatable, and with early detection of the disease, it is believed that millions could avoid serious health concerns related to PAD.

What is Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)?

Peripheral artery disease is the narrowing of the arteries that carry blood away from the heart. The leading cause of PAD is plaque buildup, called atherosclerosis. It is most common in the legs and feet, but people can also develop it in their arms. It can lead to skin changes, leg pain, wounds that don’t heal, and poor muscle perfusion.

Learn more about PAD here.

The diagnosis and catheter-based treatment of many arterial conditions are performed in our state-of-the-art facility located in Thornton, CO. These office based procedures are safe, cost-effective and convenient and are designed to enhance the patient experience with a constant focus on quality. Our expert team of vascular specialists are dedicated to providing personalized care and the latest advancements in arterial disease treatment.

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Schedule a consultation and take the first step towards managing arterial disease effectively. Together, we can help you regain control of your vascular health and enjoy a more active, fulfilling life.