Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) Patient Stories


Real people. Real stories.







What is PAD?

Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a common and often underdiagnosed circulatory disease where blood flow to the legs and feet is restricted by the narrowing of blood vessels due to plaque buildup.

Left untreated, PAD can lead to in amputation and put you or your loved one’s quality of life and long-term health at serious risk.

The good news is PAD can be treated. With an early diagnosis, you may have more treatment options and may have a better chance to reduce or eliminate your symptoms.

We are collaborating with leading experts to innovate and lead the way in treating PAD.


Number of People with PAD in the U.S. vs Other Diseases20-22

Number of People with PAD in the U.S. vs Other Diseases | amCharts


PAD is projected to affect 21,000,000 people in the U.S. by 2020.22

 

*2009-2012 data reported in 2016 AHA Statistics Update
**2010 report for all cancer of any site
***2010 estimate


Take charge

Talk to your doctor today if you or your loved one is experiencing symptoms of PAD or have any of the risk factors.

 Find a doctor who is experienced using CSI devices to treat appropriate patients with PAD