Reduce Diabetic-related Amputations

Diabetic Coordination of Care

Coordination of Care for Diabetes Patients with PAD Reduces Amputations   It is estimated worldwide that every 30 seconds a leg is amputated and 85% of those are due to …

November is Diabetes Awareness Month

The Diabetes PAD Connection

Diabetic Foot Care:  Avoiding Diabetic Amputations   November is Diabetes Awareness Month, and knowledge of Diabetes, its risks and symptoms are very important to everyone who may be susceptible to …

Dr. Leschak Interventional Radiologist for Modern Vascular, Best Peripheral Artery Disease Treatment Specialist 2020-USA(1)

Interventional Radiology

Using Interventional Radiology to diagnose and treat Peripheral Artery Disease. IR uses minimally invasive, image guided procedures to treat vascular disease. These treatments pose minimal risk to patients, reduce recovery …

PAD, Its a silent disease

It’s A Silent Disease

When Peripheral Artery Disease initially presents, it’s a silent disease. There are no symptoms early on that your arteries are becoming stiff and narrow. Usually it’s not until you’ve engaged …

September is PAD Awareness Month

Awareness of PAD is Low

September is Peripheral Artery Disease Awareness month but awareness for the disease is still very low. Peripheral arterial disease (PAD)affects the arteries carrying blood away from the heart. PAD occurs …

Diabetes, neuropathy and PAD

A Growing Epidemic

Diabetes has been a growing epidemic over the past 30 years due to the introduction of corn syrup and high sugar substrates to our diets. But hereditary and cultural influences …

Signs of PAD

The signs of Peripheral Artery Disease vary based on age, weight, and lifestyle choices, and there is only about a 50% chance that you will experience noticeable symptoms. These symptoms …

Listen to Your Heart.

Imagine that your body is a well-designed machine, and that your heart is the pump that (literally) keeps the machine running. Now consider how your body might communicate if your …

Ask your Doctor!

Are you experiencing intermittent leg pain or cramps during routine movement, walking or climbing up stairs? This could be a symptom of peripheral artery disease, and one of the most …