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Peripheral Artery Disease: The Effectiveness of Walking Therapy

Walking therapy and supervised exercise have been shown to improve walking distance for people with peripheral artery disease. A recent study has also suggested that supervised walking may be as effective as leg stents or bypass surgery for some people with PAD! Read more about the benefits of supervised exercise here.

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