Summer Is Not Always an Easy Walk in the Park
Summer months are a great time to get out for a walk in the park. For some people, it can come easier than others. For some, even just a few minutes of walking can cause pain or fatigue. This could be a sign of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD). PAD, a circulatory problem in which narrowed arteries […]
What Is Causing My Leg Pain?
Peripheral Artery Disease & Leg Pain In patients who are normally active, symptoms of pain, weakness and swelling in the legs can be the first sign of Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD). It is not normal to have pain in your legs with activity. This suggests that a blockage has formed reducing the blood flow in […]
Is Physical Activity Causing My Pain?
Leg pain one experiences with walking could be due to multiple causes. While fatigue or generalized weakness are common reasons this may occur, there are a number of other potential etiologies. Peripheral arterial disease, or PAD, often manifests itself as pain one experiences after walking. The pain is caused by blockages in the arteries limiting […]