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Anderson PAD Rehabilitation

Treatment for Peripheral Artery Disease

Do you know someone who has, or have you been diagnosed with Peripheral Artery Disease (PAD) with claudication (pain caused by too little blood flow, usually during activity or exercise)? The PAD Rehabilitation Program at Anderson Regional Medical Center assists individuals in achieving and maintaining an optimal level of cardiovascular fitness.

What does PAD Rehab include?

Exercise—Participants receive individually tailored exercise program sessions for 30-60hand holding pain point on a leg minutes, 3 days per week, for a total of 12 weeks/36 sessions. Each session is supervised by trained health professionals.

Education—Participants and their family members learn more about PAD, risk factor modification and necessary changes to enhance quality of life.

Our goal is to help participants with PAD maintain their highest level of health.

Click here for more information about the Peripheral Artery Disease Rehabilitation Program.