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Vascular Leg Pain & Discomfort Clinic: Uncover the Root Cause of Your Leg Pain or Discomfort:

Welcome to our Vascular Leg Pain & Discomfort Investigation Clinic. If you’re experiencing leg pain, cramp or swelling, it’s essential to determine the underlying cause to ensure appropriate treatment and relief, as it can be as serious as a vascular emergency like blood clots in Deep Veins (DVT), or a more chronic case of arterial or venous insufficiency. Our team of medical experts specializes in diagnosing and managing vascular leg pain. We offer comprehensive investigations to identify the root cause of your discomfort and provide personalized treatment options.

Why Choose Us:
Experienced Medical Professionals: Our team comprises highly skilled specialists with expertise in Vascular Ultrasound scans.
State-of-the-Art Facilities: We utilize advanced diagnostic equipment and cutting-edge technologies to ensure accurate and efficient investigations.
Personalized Care: We understand that each patient is unique, and we tailor our investigation plans to your specific needs, ensuring you receive the best possible care.
Timely Results: We prioritize efficient testing and provide prompt results, allowing for timely diagnosis and treatment planning straightaway.

Peripheral Arterial Doppler Ultrasound and ABPI: This non-invasive test uses high-frequency sound waves to assess blood flow in the arteries of your legs. It helps identify any blockages or narrowing that may be causing your leg pain.   

Learn more:
Leg claudication refers to pain or cramping in the legs that occurs during physical activity, such as walking, and is relieved with rest, also known as intermittent claudication, a symptom typically associated with peripheral arterial disease (PAD), in which case, a narrowing or blockage of the arteries that supply blood to the legs must be investigated.

The symptoms of leg claudication can vary but commonly include:
Pain, cramping, or aching in the calf, thigh, or buttock muscles during physical activity.
The pain typically subsides with rest.

If you are experiencing leg claudication or suspect you might have PAD, it is important to consult a healthcare professional for a proper diagnosis and appropriate management.