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Your Toenails and Vascular Health

Your feet and toenails can say a lot about your health. For example, runners tend to have calluses; ladies who wore ill-fitting shoes in their youth tend to suffer from bunions later on; chipped paint on toenails indicates that a person is overdue for a pedicure. However, if you’ve noticed your toenails aren’t growing the […]

How Common is Asymptomatic PAD?

Arteries below the heart usually do not get as much attention as those leading to heart and brain. These peripheral arteries that do not supply blood to the heart and brain can become clogged just like coronary arteries. 

If there is a blood-flow blockage in your leg arteries due to plaque buildup, the condition is known […]

Benefits of Online Doctor Visits

Thanks to recent developments in telemedicine, you no longer have to physically visit a clinic to get vascular care. A virtual doctor visit allows you to get the relief you need from the comfort of your home. It improves the efficiency of care delivery, reduces expenses of healthcare, and can also help to prevent unnecessary […]

Calcium Deposits and Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD)

Calcium is an essential ion for many metabolic pathways in your body, neural activities and regulation of heart rate. The amount of calcium that you need everyday depends on your age, gender and other health issues. Talk to your doctor about the optimum level of daily calcium intake.

As calcium is transported through the bloodstream and […]

March 18th, 2020|Tags: , , , , |

USA Vascular Centers: Responding to COVID-19

There has recently been a lot of concern surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak. As medical professionals, our patient’s health and safety remain our top priorities. As major cities are being quarantined, we are working harder than ever to ensure our facilities are sanitized and disinfected properly. Our doctors, specialists, and front desk administrators are consistently sanitizing, […]

March 17th, 2020|Tags: , , , , , |

American Heart Month: Fight Off PAD and Heart Disease

February is National American Heart Month. National American Heart Month is a way for American’s to stay aware of the dangers of heart disease. PAD and Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) are both caused by a narrowing and blocking of arteries in critical regions of the body, also called atherosclerosis.

The CDC claims that heart disease is the number […]

High Cholesterol and Vascular Disease

Does High Cholesterol Cause Peripheral Artery Disease?
If you have high cholesterol, you need to take extra steps to ensure your maintaining a healthy life. This means eating healthy, getting proper exercise, avoiding inactivity, and not smoking. High cholesterol and vascular disease are both preventable conditions. If you maintain healthy cholesterol, you can significantly decrease your […]

February 12th, 2020|Tags: , |