Peripheral Artery Disease, also known as PAD, is a common yet serious condition, affecting 1 out of every 20 Americans over the age of 50. PAD is the narrowing of the peripheral arteries, commonly affecting the arteries in the pelvis and legs.
A Complex Case of Peripheral Artery Disease At USA Vascular Centers
Each case of PAD is unique in its own way. Our vascular specialists use a customized treatment approach depending on the age, health condition and medical history of the patient. Argio’s story is one of those inspiring acts of patient care & treatment that happens […]
What is Vitamin K?
The benefits of Vitamin K are very useful for maintaining good overall health. Vitamin K is a nutrient that plays an important role in building bone health and good blood clots, yet most people are not getting enough of it in their diets. There are two different forms of Vitamin K, K1 […]
If you’ve ever heard about the effects of smoking, you probably know how bad for your health it can be. At USA Vascular Centers, we think its important that our patients understand the value of their health and want to emphasize the importance of making healthy choices. Read Bradley’s stories and learn about the true […]
Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a condition that describes the buildup of plaque in the arteries, also known as atherosclerosis. If left untreated, the build-up of plaque can cause arteries to harden and narrow. This makes it more difficult for blood to travel through the body, especially to the legs and ankles. PAD most commonly […]