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Left untreated, PAD can lead to amputation

Learn more about PAD and take control of your health

Whether you recently were diagnosed with peripheral artery disease (PAD) or you have concerns that you or a loved one might be at risk for the disease, you probably have a lot of questions.

Even if you are already pretty educated about PAD or have spoken with your health care professional about it, you still can learn more. Treatment options and techniques are constantly advancing.

Don’t wait — learn as much as you can about PAD and talk to a health care professional about the disease. Use our Find a Doctor tool to locate a PAD specialist near you, and schedule an appointment today.

On this website, you will find:

PAD facts

Information about its Symptoms and Risk Factors

Descriptions of PAD Treatment Options

A downloadable PAD checklist

Ideas for how to talk to your doctor

Regular articles

Americans over age 50 have PAD8

Many Americans not seeking treatment for PAD6

25% Undergoing Treatment
75% Not Undergoing Treatment

PAD-related amputations annually performed in the U.S.3

Talk to Your Doctor

Only a health care professional can diagnose you with PAD. Our Symptom Quiz can help guide the conversation about your treatment options.

Take the Symptom Quiz

Click below to take the interactive Symptom Quiz. You can print your answers out and take them with you to a doctor to help guide your conversation about PAD.

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