Philadelphia, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/23/2019 -- The staff and doctors from the PA Vascular Institute are committed to providing the highest quality care using state-of-the-art technology and the best treatment options available. This medical center has provided hope and help to patients dealing with a wide range of medical conditions and diseases. By regularly diagnosing and treating these conditions, the PA Vascular Institute has become a leader in healthcare services. Throughout the winter of 2019, the PA Vascular Center is booking consultations with patients suffering from peripheral arterial disease (PAD).
PAD affects approximately 8.5 million people across the country. This medical condition is caused when plaque buildup creates a narrowing or blockage of blood vessels. While PAD can affect the entire body, it usually tends to manifest in the blood vessels of the ankles, legs, or feet of patients. The peripheral artery disease treatment in Philadelphia at the PA Vascular Institute focuses on treating patients who suffer from PAD in the legs. This treatment helps restore blood flow in the arteries previously blocked by plaque buildup.
Symptoms associated with PAD can range from mild to insignificant. However, all patients should expect to experience some type of leg pain while walking, sudden temperature shifts, and even sores or wounds that heal more slowly than usual. Through minimally invasive procedures, the doctors at the PA Vascular Institute are able to provide treatment options for those suffering from PAD.
Patients suffering from peripheral arterial disease are encouraged to seek diagnosis and treatment at any PA Vascular Institute medical center located in Philadelphia, King of Prussia, and the Lehigh Valley. To schedule a free consultation, patients should call this PAD treatment center in Philadelphia at 800-614-7294.
About Pennsylvania Vascular Institute
Pennsylvania Vascular Institute strives to bring patients only the best healthcare services in the New Jersey and Pennsylvania area. With four convenient locations in Philadelphia, King of Prussia, and the Lehigh Valley, PA Vascular Institute treats those suffering from circulatory issues including peripheral arterial disease, fibroid disease, and offers various procedures for spider veins, back pain, and cancer care.
To learn more about Pennsylvania Vascular Institute, or to schedule an appointment, please visit their website https://www.pavascularinstitute.com/.
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