Can the Arterial Pump Help You?
Do you suffer from pain when you walk, cramping or 'Charley Horse' symptoms at night, numbness in your toes and feet, non-healing or slow-to-heal leg wounds, or poor circulation in your legs? You could be suffering from Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).
Treatment of PAD can range from minimally invasive treatments such as improved diet, exercise, and limited medication, to the most extreme situation, which is minor amputations. Early intervention is key to limb salvage. The Arterial Assist Compression Pump is designed to increase arterial blood flow in the small vessels in the toes and leg/calf, and it can be your answer to saving your limbs!
The Arterial Compression Pump is designed to be used 1-3 times a day, at your convenience, and most patients who suffer from the above symptoms see marked improvement within 1-2 weeks of daily use.
What Does it Treat
Patients and physicians are seeing the benefits of what Arterial Assist therapy can do. Arterial Assist therapy is intended to help the following:
- Intermittent Claudication
- Angioplasty/Stent Failure
- Arteriopathic Wounds
- Minor Amputations
- Rest Pain or Night Pain
Learn More About Peripheral Arterial Disease
Follow the link to learn more about the signs, symptoms and treatment of Peripheral Arterial Disease.
We Can Help
To learn more about Arterial Assist therapy and how it can help you or your patient, call us today.