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More about Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) Screenings with Stroke Detection Plus


This screening measures the blood flow through the peripheral arteries in the arms and legs and checks for blockages from plaque. We are looking for a strong even blood flow. Hardening of the arteries (due to the plaque) weakens your blood flow and increases your risk of heart disease by 4-6 times. Many clients chose this test if they have diabetes, high blood pressure, or a history of coronary artery disease.


Example of client having peripheral arteries screened with our ultrasound machine

Learn More About Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)

Example of  fatty deposit build up from PAD

Early detection and screening is the best way to avoid heart attack, stroke, and other long term arterial problems from Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD). Schedule your screening today.

What are the Peripheral Arteries?

Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) mainly affects the arteries located in your arms, legs, and feet, as well as your kidneys and stomach. These arteries are responsible for the blood flow to those areas and can cause painful symptoms when this blood flow is stopped or weakened.

How does Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) Happen?

PAD is a lot like carotid artery disease in that fatty deposits build up in the inner linings of the artery walls, restricting blood flow. PAD often goes undiagnosed until painful symptoms start showing up - late detection could lead to increased risk of heart attack and stroke. If you are at risk, the American Heart Association recommends you take steps to detect this disease early so you can start a treatment program with your doctor.


Risk factors for PAD:


Symptoms that you may have PAD:



High blood pressure

Smoking & excessive alcohol use

High cholesterol

Poor diet

Heart disease

Lack of exercise


Family history


Pain during exercise, which is relieved during rest

Intense back or abdominal pain

Cold legs

Poor wound healing

Constant leg pain, tingling, burning or loss of sensation