Peripheral Artery Disease | Loyola Medicine

Treating Peripheral Artery Disease at Loyola Medicine

More than 10 million Americans have peripheral artery disease, or PAD. Symptoms include cramping, pain and tiredness in the leg, hip or buttock while walking. Loyola Medicine provides comprehensive diagnosis, treatment and management of PAD. Treatment mainstays are medications and lifestyle changes such as quitting smoking, walking and losing weight. In some cases, patients also may need procedures to open clogged arteries. For more information or to make an appointment, please visit or call 888-584-7888.