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Understanding Peripheral Artery Disease: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment Options

Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) is a common and growing condition in the United States. It affects millions of Americans and results from narrowing blood vessels in the legs due to the buildup of fatty plaque called atherosclerosis. If left undiagnosed and untreated, PAD can lead to serious health issues such as critical limb ischemia, heart …

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Celebrating Patient Recognition Week: Your Heart and Veins

Did you know that February 1 is Patient Recognition Week? This is a time to celebrate and recognize the importance of healthcare and its impact on our lives. This year, we’re focusing on our hearts and veins’ role in our overall health and well-being. As we celebrate Patient Recognition Week, it’s important to take the …

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Don’t Believe Everything You Hear: The Top 5 Myths About Veins And Vascular Health

There are many myths and misconceptions about veins because they are often viewed only as cosmetic issues. We want to set the record straight here at Premier Heart and Vein Care.  Here are the top 5 myths about veins and vascular health: Only Older People Have Vein Problems Wrong! The truth is that anyone can …

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American Diabetes Month: How Exercise Can Improve Heart Health

No one is too old or young to start caring for their hearts. Heart health plays a crucial role in your overall health. The heart pumps nutrient-rich blood throughout your body, provides oxygen, and removes waste and toxins. Giving blood to the heart is a crucial function of veins. Our bodies could not function without …

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