Find out if you're at risk for Peripheral Artery Disease.

If left untreated, PAD could result in amputation, stroke and even death.

You could be at risk for (or already have) Peripheral Artery Disease.

PAD affects 1 in 20 adults over age 50. That rises to 1 in 5 for people over age 65. But age isn’t the only factor that can increase your risk for this silent and potentially limb- and life-threatening disease. In fact, you may already have symptoms of PAD and not know it.

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Risk Factors

  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Kidney disease
  • High cholesterol
  • Personal history of smoking
  • Family history of PAD or cardiovascular disease
  • Physical inactivity
  • African Americans and Native Americans at higher risk

Signs & Symptoms

  • Leg fatigue while walking
  • Mild to severe leg pain, especially after walking
  • Numbness or tingling
  • Leg cramping at night
  • Lower-extremity sores that don’t heal
  • Changes in the appearance of your legs
Many times, the symptoms of PAD are mistaken for symptoms of other conditions, even by doctors. For this reason, and because of the serious consequences of PAD, it’s critically important to either rule it out or detect and treat it.
Get Screened.

Do you have Pad?

Peripheral Artery Disease, the narrowing of peripheral arteries due to plaque buildup, is a significant health risk that often goes undetected, undiagnosed and untreated. Worse, its consequences include functional impairment, nerve damage, non-healing wounds, disability and limb amputation.

PAD is detectable and treatable…if you get screened in time.

PAD is associated with an increased risk of stroke, heart attack and cardiovascular death. Screening can also lead to diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease that could save your life.

Dr. Kent Hootman, Vascular Interventional Radiologist at Modern Vascular in Albuquerque, NM, peripheral artery disease specialist
Dr. Kent Hootman
Vascular Interventional Radiologist
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Get the most advanced treatment from industry-leading experts.

Today, treating PAD is more advanced and less invasive than ever, thanks to the latest modern capabilities. At Modern Vascular, these state-of-the-art methods are our focus…and the commitment behind our name.

Our doctors—fellowship-trained, board-certified vascular interventionists—use minimally invasive endovascular (“within the blood vessel”) procedures to increase blood flow to vital tissues. One of only a handful of U.S. practices with the skill and capabilities to open small blocked arteries (such as in the foot, ankle and toes), our doctors each have more than 20 years’ experience and are dedicated to saving limbs and lives.

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7800 Constitution Ave. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110

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