PERIPHERAL VASCULAR PAIN
Peripheral vascular pain is a disorder in which fatty deposits or calcium begin to clog artery walls, narrowing them and decreasing blood flow.
WHAT IS PERIPHERAL VASCULAR PAIN?
Common symptoms of peripheral vascular pain include pain in the legs and increased pain with doing physical activity, like walking. Peripheral vascular disease is often linked to aging, diabetes, and smoking.
Wondering if you might be suffering from peripheral vascular pain? Take our 30 second online Pain Assessment Tool to find out. One of our qualified team members will be in touch within one business day to discuss your pain.
WHO CAN GET PERIPHERAL VASCULAR PAIN?
When more conservative efforts like exercise or quitting smoking don't eliminate or diminish pain, peripheral vascular disease can be treated with medication management or surgical solutions.
If you suspect you have peripheral vascular pain, take our short Treatment Assessment Tool to tell us a little about what, if anything, you've tried to treat your pain. One of our qualified team members will be in touch within one business day to discuss possible treatment options.