What Does a PAD Diagnosis Mean, and What Are My Options? What Is PAD? PAD, or peripheral artery disease, is a disease of the peripheral arteries—arteries that supply blood to the outer areas of your body, in particular, the legs. The key trigger is a buildup of plaque (fatty deposits) in the arteries of your … Continue reading I’ve Been Diagnosed with PAD
What do diabetes, arteries and peripheral arterial disease have in common? People with diabetes who have uncontrolled blood sugars for a long time are at high risk of developing blood vessel damage and peripheral artery disease (PAD). However, not every person with diabetes develops PAD. Results from the Framingham Heart Study show that up to … Continue reading How Does Diabetes Injure the Arteries to Cause Peripheral Arterial Disease?
Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD), also known as Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), affects 8 to 12 million people in the United States, especially those over 50. This article will help provide valuable information about the causes of this disease. Please share with someone you care about. Plaque formation in your arteries While there are various causes of Peripheral … Continue reading How Did I Get Peripheral Vascular Disease?
What Are Drug-Eluting Balloons? Drug-eluting balloons, or DEBs, are balloons coated with medicines (like paclitaxel) to improve the patency of the narrowed blood vessels in peripheral arterial disease (PAD). These balloons coat the inner walls of the affected blood vessels and prevent them from getting blocked again. Hence, scientific experts also refer them to as … Continue reading Drug-Eluting Balloons to Treat Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)
The Link Between Diabetes and PAD What is the link between peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and diabetes? The presence of diabetes can greatly enhance your risk of developing peripheral arterial disease. It is, however, unclear how many people with PAD have diabetes. The Framingham Heart Study revealed that 20% of people with symptomatic PAD have … Continue reading Peripheral Arterial Disease and Diabetes
Is Treatment for Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) Right For You? Painful muscle cramping in hips, thighs or calves when walking, climbing stairs or exercising? Pain goes away when you rest? Coldness in your lower leg or foot? Leg numbness or weakness? Wondering if Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) treatment is right for you? Download our FREE PAD … Continue reading Get Your FREE PAD Check List
Vascular disease affects the blood vessels (arteries or veins) that supply and drain blood to and from the body parts respectively. These pipe-like vessels can become prone to disease due to a variety of factors. Although the signs and symptoms of the venous and arterial disease are completely discrete, it is important that you spot … Continue reading Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD): How to Recognize PVD in Loved Ones and How You Can Help
Precision VIR’s Dr. Jaryd Stein was featured on THE STAYING YOUNG RADIO SHOW to discuss Peripheral Vascular Disease. The fast-paced, 1-hour weekly show brings listeners new and exciting information about health, medical breakthroughs and longevity. This exciting and informative show has been educating radio listeners since 2010. Show Snippet – Segment 1: Meet Dr. Jaryd Stein … Continue reading Dr. Jaryd Stein Featured on Radio Show for Peripheral Vascular Disease
Is finding the best peripheral arterial disease doctors in Dallas important to you? Read Lenny’s story! Lenny*, a very pleasant 68-year-old from Dallas, was diagnosed with peripheral arterial disease (PAD) by his cardiologist. Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) is when there is significant amount of calcium and plaque that develops inside the arteries causing them to … Continue reading Peripheral Arterial Disease Doctors in Dallas: One Man’s Story
How Diabetes & Peripheral Arterial Disease Are Related: Over 10 million Americans are affected by Peripheral Arterial Disease also known as Peripheral Artery Disease or PAD. While PAD can happen in anyone, diabetes & peripheral arterial disease are related because diabetes is one of the strongest risk factors associated with the disease. The longer someone has … Continue reading Diabetes & Peripheral Arterial Disease PAD