Peripheral Arterial Disease(PAD)/Peripheral Vascular Diseases (PVD)

Deep Vein Thrombosis: A Dangerous but Treatable Problem

Statistics regarding deep vein thrombosis indicate that every year, about one in 1,000 people will develop this condition. Generally, we have a 2% to 5% chance of experiencing DVT in our lifetime. For this reason, it is beneficial to understand the risk factors involved in this vascular problem and what to do if symptoms occur. …

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Can Peripheral Artery Disease be Reversed?

Peripheral artery disease, known as PAD, can cause debilitating symptoms. It is estimated that nearly 9 million Americans are affected by this condition, making it an important health issue for adults of all ages. At Vascular Institute of Virginia, we focus on offering the most conservative, successful treatments for patients affected by PAD. Here, we …

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What Do Slow-Healing Wounds On Your Legs Mean?

We all get the occasional cut or scrape. However, when a wound on the leg does not heal, a medical examination is in order. Many people chalk-up slow healing wounds to getting older. As we age, our skin gets thinner and we may bruise or bleed more easily. We understand this logic. We hear it …

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