Peripheral Artery Disease Treatment in West Virginia

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West Virginia PAD Treatment Locations

Peripheral Artery Disease Treatment in West Virginia

What you may have assumed was a natural part of aging might be something more serious. Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) is a disease that often goes undetected but can progress into a life-altering condition. . PAD occurs when the flow of blood to your limbs is restricted by excess fats and cholesterol that create buildup on the walls of your arteries. A vascular specialist will have to diagnose PAD, but signs include changes in skin color, coolness in one leg compared to the other, slow hair and nail growth, and pain in your feet, hips, and legs. 

The disease also increases your risk for heart attack, stroke, and other life-threatening health problems if left untreated. People who smoke or used to smoke, have high cholesterol, diabetes, increased blood pressure, or a personal history of vascular disease are at greater risk for experiencing PAD.

If you have PAD symptoms, our West Virginia PAD treatment centers can help stop the disease’s progression by diagnosing its severity and recommending a treatment solution that fits your individual needs — but it’s essential to contact us before your PAD worsens. Our vascular specialists are experienced in utilizing non-surgical interventions. With effective  treatment, your daily activities and weekend excursions can be more comfortable and enjoyable again.  

Non-surgical PAD Treatment in West Virginia

If you live in West Virginia and suffer from pain and other symptoms of PAD, or have health conditions that put you at risk, we offer the most advanced, minimallyinvasive PAD treatments available. That means most treatment sessions take only a couple of hours, so there’s no need for an overnight stay.

We offer the following non-surgical  treatment options in West Virginia:

  • Angioplasty
  • Stent Placement
  • Atherectomy

Our advanced methods require no general anesthesia or stitches, so you’ll experience minimal discomfort as well as a quicker recovery. Our treatment goals are patient-centered: reduce symptoms, improve your quality of life, and prevent health risks like heart attack and stroke.

The appropriate PAD treatment can improve blood circulation in your legs, ease your pain, and make physical activity more enjoyable. The latest PAD treatments and our personal approach make USA Vascular Centers the provider of choice for people with PAD. 

Looking for a PAD Treatment Specialist in West Virginia? 

We understand traveling miles to find a top-rated vascular center can be frustrating; that’s why we have countless centers across the nation to make accessibility our number one priority.

You can count on our West Virginia PAD specialists for the guidance and support you need to make an informed decision about your vascular health care.You are welcome to visit our West Virginia PAD treatment centers to learn more about how our AAAHC-accredited vascular treatments can help you live a more active life.

Book Your Vascular Treatment in West Virginia Today

As West Virginians, we know living an active, healthy life is of utmost importance to you.

With hat said, we want to help you and other people with PAD in West Virginia enjoy activities without  pain, fatigue, or other symptoms. You don’t have to live life with limited mobility and ignoring your symptoms is not an effective solution for PAD. Take control of your health by scheduling an appointment with one of our West Virginia vascular specialists. Book an instant online appointment or call (888) 773-2193 today.

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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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