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Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) Treatment in Atlanta

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Peripheral artery disease (PAD) can have a negative impact on your ability to live your best life. You could have a serious problem if your symptoms limit your mobility.

Fortunately, you can significantly reduce and even eradicate debilitating complications with safe, effective PAD treatment in Atlanta.

The team at Georgia Endovascular is committed to providing compassionate care and personalized interventions that deliver excellent outcomes. 

We specialize in minimally invasive techniques for peripheral artery disease. Here is how our team can help you recognize and address your symptoms.

How Is Peripheral Artery Disease Diagnosed?

PAD is usually discovered through clinical history and physical exam. Non-invasive screening studies such as an Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI) can detect PAD as well. An ABI measures the circulation in your upper and lower extremities, comparing the blood pressure between your arms and legs. PAD will lower the blood pressure in your legs relative to your arms due to blocked arteries. 

Additional tests are available if abnormalities are discovered during the ABI. Our specialists can conduct arterial ultrasound, Computed Tomography (CT) or Magnetic Resonance Angiography (MRA) scans to help us understand the degree to which your PAD has advanced. Once we analyze the results of the exams, we will develop your treatment plan.

What Treatments Are Used for Peripheral Artery Disease?

The team at Georgia Endovascular is committed to providing the least invasive, most effective PAD treatments. We are equipped with next-generation technologies that allow us to address complex venous disorders successfully with minimal discomfort.

We provide the following interventions

These minimally invasive therapies do not require major incisions, stitches, or hospitalization. You can go home on the day of your procedure.

These procedures involve inserting a thin tube called a catheter into a blood vessel in the groin area or lower leg. X-day is injected for an angiogram which shows a map of the arteries as well as any areas that are narrowed or obstructed. Special wires and catheters are used  to navigate toward any area of narrowing or obstruction. During angioplasty, a balloon is introduced into the artery and inflated to dilate narrowed or blocked parts of an artery to restore normal blood flow. During atherectomy, highly specialized devices are used to remove or vaporize arterial plaques inside an artery. During stent placement, a narrow mesh cylinder is inserted for the same purpose. Stents are used when the artery does not maintain a sufficient diameter after treatment such as angioplasty and atherectomy.

Innovative, Effective Treatment for Vascular Disorders at Georgia Endovascular

PAD-related symptoms shouldn’t be ignored. Please seek medical assistance if you are experiencing complications consistent with PAD.

Our team of specialists is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality of care. We invite you to make an appointment today.

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