Peripheral Artery Disease Treatment in Illinois

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Illinois PAD Treatment Locations

Peripheral Artery Disease Treatment in Illinois

A strange pain in your legs while walking. A cramp in your forearm when you write a note. A strange sore on your foot. These may be considered unusual symptoms on their own, but when experienced together, they could indicate Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).

The most common cause for PAD is hardening of the arteries caused by plaque buildup. This occurs when cholesterol or fatty deposits build up on the walls of your arteries, preventing proper blood flow to your lower extremities.

One in four people with  PAD experience cramps or pain in their limbs, making walking or climbing stairs difficult. Other signs of this common arterial disease include a change in skin color on the legs, coolness in one leg compared to the other, numbness or tingling sensation, slow leg hair or toenail growth, and non-healing sores on the legs. However, it’s important to know that some people won’t experience any symptoms, which makes self-diagnosis almost impossible. PAD symptoms will worsen if the disease isn’t treated. Plus, hardened arteries contribute to heart disease, so you run a higher risk of heart attack or stroke with an advanced case of PAD.

In addition to symptoms, you should be aware of the risk factors for PAD. These include high blood pressure or cholesterol, obesity, smoking, age, and a family history of PAD or another vascular disease. A vascular specialist can help determine if you have PAD symptoms or risk factors. 

Illinois residents come to us for state-of-the-art peripheral artery disease treatment that can help prevent the progression of the disease. . When you visit, one of our highly-recommended PAD specialists will conduct an exam and discuss your  condition with you to make a diagnosis. From there, you’ll get an individualized treatment plan designed to give you the best results for your  needs.  

Minimally Invasive PAD Treatment in Illinois

Illinois residents rely on USA Vascular Centers for experienced, high-quality care. We specialize in effective, minimally invasive PAD treatments for patients who seek symptom relief or have risk factors associated with the disease. 

We also offer ease and convenience to make treatment as comfortable as possible. You don’t need to stay in a hospital or care facility overnight — our treatments only take a couple of hours, and you won’t need general anesthesia or stitches. By utilizing non-surgical techniques, our Illinois vascular specialists are able to eliminate the risks associated with surgery. Lastly, minimally invasive treatments offer quick recovery.

We perform these minimally invasive treatments in Illinois:

  • Angioplasty
  • Stent Placement
  • Atherectomy

Depending on the patient, treatment can provide  symptom relief, minimized pain, improved blood circulation in the extremities, and perhaps best of all, a return to normal life. 

Looking for a PAD Treatment Specialist in Illinois?

Our Illinois centers are home to vascular specialists with expertise in peripheral artery disease treatment. Their knowledge in vascular health care means you get top-quality, patient-centered care.

Schedule Your Vascular Treatment in Illinois Today

Trust us to treat your peripheral artery disease with compassion and the most advanced, non-surgical techniques. Make an appointment with one of our Illinois specialists by calling (888) 773-2193 or booking an online appointment.

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If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to give us a call or make an appointment online.  We’re here to help.  (888) 773-2193


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Timely detection and treatment of PAD can improve the quality of your life; help you keep your independence and mobility; and reduce your risk of heart attack, stroke, leg amputation, and even death.

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