Continue reading to learn more about poor circulation and PAD, including: the risk factors and symptoms, what causes these conditions, the diabetes connection, warning signs to watch out for in your loved ones, treatment options and preventative measures you can take. You can also learn if you’re at risk by taking our quiz!
(current or former)
High Blood Pressure
Personal/Family History of Heart Attack or Stroke
*If you are over 50 years old, are experiencing leg pain, and have one or more of the risk factors above, you should consider requesting an appointment for a P.A.D. screening*
PVA’s highly trained physicians have helped thousands of PAD patients, offering the latest treatments available. We specialize in diagnosing and treating patients with every type of vascular disease, and we are dedicated to providing personalized and comprehensive care to every patient. It’s why we’re the region’s leaders in vascular care.
From prevention to life-saving procedures, trust the highly-specialized physicians at PVA for the expert and compassionate care you and your loved ones deserve. 15 state-of-the-art locations across San Antonio and South Texas, plus convenient virtual telemedicine appointments
If you are a diabetic over 50 years old, and you have one or more of the symptoms or risk factors noted above,
contact the vascular experts at PVA for a circulation evaluation.
Visit us at one of our 15 convenient locations throughout San Antonio and across South Texas, or enjoy a virtual telemedicine appointment in the comfort of your home. Appointments are readily available.
In its simplest form P.A.D. means that blood is not flowing normally through your arteries. P.A.D. can also be referred to as peripheral vascular disease, atherosclerosis, hardening of arteries or lack of circulation to extremities. But most often P.A.D. manifests itself through leg pain.
Founded in 1975, Peripheral Vascular Associates (PVA) has now become one of the largest vascular groups in the nation. Our team of physicians, staff, and administrators all work together to ensure that we provide the best vascular care for every patient, every day. We are committed to educating the community about vascular diseases, their causes, symptoms, and treatments that are available to you. Make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest news in vascular health.