Screening for Peripheral Arterial Disease
Peripheral Artery Disease is common and treatable. The key is recognizing the warning signs so it can be treated early before it progresses. In the early stages, PAD can present no symptoms at all. Which is why it is important to schedule an endovascular consultation with an American Endovascular affiliated physician who can conduct a thorough examination to assess whether you’re currently suffering from PAD, or at risk in the future.
Watch the videos from the interview with Dr. Shams:
- Who is at risk for Peripheral Artery Disease?
- Why should a patient get a PAD screening?
- What are some warning signs or symptoms that you should get a PAD screening?
- Why are there so many amputations in the United States when there are alternative treatments?
- What do you feel is the most important thing for patients to understand about PAD?
Request a consultation at your nearest American Endovascular center today.
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