Micheall, gaining new ground every day at 63

Micheall spent decades, literally, on her feet working at the drugstore. At 51, the pain in her foot intensified. It became difficult to walk, and she grew increasingly inactive. When she dropped a piece of firewood on her foot and developed an unhealing wound, she couldn’t figure out why. She had peripheral artery disease (PAD), and the arteries in her leg that provide blood supply to the foot needed to be treated.

Her doctor used the Diamondback 360® Peripheral Orbital Atherectomy System (OAS) to open the artery and increase blood flow to the foot. She was discharged that same day. Now, Micheall has returned to doing the things she loves the most: cooking, being active and enjoying her family.

 

Results may vary.
The accounts given are genuine and documented. Each story represents a unique individual experience and does not provide any indication, guide, warranty or guarantee as to the response other people may have to CSI technologies.

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