Peripheral Vascular

Peripheral vascular specialists focus on treating vascular disorders and diseases that occur outside of the heart. Peripheral vascular disease (PVD) is a progressive circulation disorder in which narrowed blood vessels cannot deliver adequate blood flow. Organs and extremities supplied by these vessels–such as the brain, heart and legs– may not receive enough oxygen and nutrients for ordinary function. The legs and feet are most commonly affected.

If you are experiencing any symptoms related to the following conditions, contact Diagnostic & Medical Clinic today to schedule an appointment with one of our peripheral vascular specialists.