The Center for Limb Preservation, with its experts in the treatment of PAD (Peripheral arterial disease), focuses on the treatment of Atherosclerotic Disease of the lower extremities. Peripheral arterial disease is common, affects 30 percent of all people over the age of 70, and results in decreased blood flow to the lower extremities, specifically the legs.

Within the center, we have gathered vascular surgeons, cardiologists, and interventional radiologists to develop optimal, evidence-based treatment plans focused on the individual patient and their functional goals. Treatments include basic and advance endovascular therapies — angioplasty, stents, atherectomy, and trans-tibial and pedal interventions — as well as conventional open bypass.

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