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Peripheral Arterial Disease Treatment in New Jersey

Don’t Accept Pain as Your New Way of Life

Peripheral arterial disease (PAD) affects around 20 percent of Americans over the age of 65. As cholesterol and scar tissue accumulates over the years, plaque builds up and begins to clog the arteries. This causes decreased blood flow to the lower body, leading to pain and even requiring further medical attention at times.

In addition to the discomfort, PAD increases the risk for:

  • Heart disease
  • Aortic aneurysms
  • Stroke
  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension

When faced with the symptoms of PAD many people simply assume the pain is part of the aging process and accept it as their new normal. However, there are many options available to you to combat the discomfort and better your overall health. If you are experiencing chronic pain in your legs, we urge you to contact our New Jersey vascular and endovascular surgical specialists at The Vascular Institute at AMI to learn how peripheral arterial disease treatment can help improve your daily quality of life.

We are available to meet with you at any of our three locations across New Jersey. Contact our Brick, Galloway, Cape May Court House or Vineland today at (877) 595-9512.

How to Recognize Symptoms of PAD

The most detectable symptom of PAD is cramping that typically occurs in the legs or hips and is often experienced when engaged in a physical activity such as exercising, or even simply walking. Additionally, you may feel numbness, tingling, or weakness in your legs or feet.

Other symptoms include:

  • Cold legs/feet
  • Burning or aching pain in feet/toes
  • Sore or wound on leg/foot that won’t heal
  • Color change in skin on legs/feet
  • Loss of hair on legs
  • Night pains in legs/feet that inhibits sleep

How We Handle PAD

During your appointment, our specialists will implement an ankle-brachial index (ABI) exam, an ultrasound that measures the blood pressure in your feet and arms and uses a ratio to detect the influence of PAD on your extremities. This method is entirely non-invasive and completely painless. In fact, the Vascular Institute offers free ABI screenings. We invite you to schedule your ABI test today so that we can start your peripheral vascular disease treatment tomorrow.

PAD Patient Forms

If you have a PAD appointment, please print and complete the following patient forms. Please bring the completed forms to your appointment.

Reach out to us at (877) 595-9512 today with any questions you may have. Our New Jersey endovascular experts look forward to hearing from you!

Providing the Highest Quality Vascular Care Possible

Why Trust AMI's Specialists?
  • Experts in
    Endovascular Care

    Our leading doctors have over 100 years of experience and expertise in minimally invasive vascular care.

  • State-of-the-Art

    Patients can receive state-of-the-art, progressive care at one of our four offices, conveniently located in New Jersey.

  • Free Peripheral Vascular (ABI) Screenings

    Early detection of a vascular condition affords us the ability to catch and treat the symptoms ahead of time.

  • Comprehensive Treatments & Procedures

    As AMI's Specialists, we perform a broad range of procedures to treat all types of vascular and vein disorders.