What to Do When Leg Pain Persists Despite Conservative Treatment

It is time to explore other options.

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Diseased arteries in the legs and feet—a condition known as peripheral arterial disease (PAD)—causes leg pain and cramping when walking that forces the person to stop and rest. PAD is initially managed with medications, lifestyle interventions and exercise therapy designed specifically for PAD. Aspirin and clopidogrel (Plavix®) may be prescribed along with medications to manage […]
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