PAD (peripheral artery/arterial disease) means clogged arteries in your legs. PAD develops when your arteries become blocked with plaque – fatty deposits that limit blood flow to your legs and feet.
PAD may cause:
- Heaviness, cramping, or pain in the leg muscles after a short walk
- Pain in your legs or feet while resting
- Sores, wounds, or ulcers on the toes, feet, or legs that are slow to heal
Unfortunately, PAD cannot be cured, but the DETOUR procedure may improve blood flow and control your symptoms.
If you have questions or would like to see if your patient qualifies for this clinical study, contact:
Maria Myslinski, RN or Matthew Bizak, RN
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