Chronic Leg Pain – A Symptom of Vascular Disease

Each year, 11% of U.S. adults suffer with chronic, daily pain but only a fraction of them seek a doctor's diagnosis for it. Ignoring leg pain could be a grave mistake, because it could be an early symptom of vascular disease.

Any type of leg pain could be cause for concern. Leg pain can occur in the foot, ankle, knee, behind the knee, thigh, down the back of the leg, or in any part of the leg. The pain can range from a dull aching to an intense stabbing sensation.

Leg pain can occur in one or both legs. It can occur at night, while lying down, or while running or exercising, depending upon the cause. No matter when or where you feel leg pain, if the pain is chronic, you must see a doctor for a proper diagnosis.

What Conditions Could Be Causing Your Leg Pain?

If You Have Chronic Leg Pain, Call Us Now

For good health and peace of mind, schedule a consultation with a vascular specialist to rule out PAD, CVI, and other conditions. At Maryland Vascular Specialists, we can help you get to the bottom of your leg pain and see what’s causing it.