Peripheral Artery Disease Treatment in Washington

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Washington State PAD Treatment Locations

Peripheral Artery Disease Treatment in Washington

If you’re over 40 , overweight, or have other contributing health issues, the pain and swelling in your legs might not be just natural signs of aging. Something far more debilitating could be the cause of your limited mobility and increased discomfort.  

Peripheral artery disease (PAD) is caused by a buildup of excess fat and cholesterol  in your arteries that restricts circulation, especially in the legs. PAD affects more than 8 million Americans over the age of 40, and it often goes undetected because symptoms may not occur until blood flow has decreased to dangerous levels.

Understanding your unique risk factors for developing PAD is critical. If you are a smoker, have high cholesterol, or have diabetes, your chances of developing PAD are significantly higher. Besides leg pain and swelling, other PAD symptoms include:

  • Fatigue, heaviness, tiredness, cramping in the leg muscles (buttocks, thigh, or calf) 
  • Difficulty walking or climbing stairs 
  • Leg pain that goes away at rest
  • Restlessness in the legs and/or feet that disturbs sleep
  • Slow or non-healing wounds on the legs or ankles
  • Color changes in the skin of the feet, including paleness or blueness.
  • A lower temperature in one leg compared to the other leg.
  • Poor toenail and leg hair growth

If you have any of the above risk factors or have experienced any of the symptoms listed for PAD it’s critical to contact a vascular specialist to analyze your risk. 

Minimally Invasive PAD Treatment in Washington

At USA Vascular Centers, our Washington PAD specialists will diagnose your symptoms and contributing factors as well as prescribe individualized PAD treatment. Treating the root cause of your leg pain can give you noticeable improvements.

Doctors  know  much more about PAD than they did years ago, so you don’t have to be concerned about painful surgeries or long recovery times. Outdated peripheral artery disease treatments included hospitalization and stitches; in comparison, we perform our non-surgical PAD treatments in-office, and they only take two hours or less. That means following treatment, you can go home to recover in the comfort of your home.

Effective and lasting PAD treatment requires personalized vascular care that includes the following non-surgical approaches:

  • Atherectomy
  • Stent Placement
  • Angioplasty

If you are at risk for PAD or are experiencing related symptoms, l et one of our experienced Washington vascular specialists start you on a treatment plan that can  restore your active lifestyle.

Looking for a PAD Treatment Specialist in Washington?

Unfortunately, PAD is a progressive condition that will only get worse over time. Why not talk about your vascular health care with one of our experienced vascular doctors who can answer all of your questions about diagnosis and ?  about the latest life-changing vascular treatments.

Book Your Vascular Treatment in Washington Today

Getting started with your PAD care is easy. Request an  appointment with one of our Washington vascular specialists today or call (888) 773-2193 to learn more.

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