63-year-old Judy Turner was suffering from leg pain, swollen toes, and her legs had turned black and blue. She was even having trouble walking around her house. When she went to the doctor, they found an artery leading to her leg that was 99% blocked due to peripheral artery disease (PAD). Luckily doctors spotted it in time and was able to perform a peripheral angiogram and angioplasty to remove the blockage. “Anybody that sees their foot start to look like that, don’t wait too long because they can amputate. They thought they were gonna have to amputate mine,” Judy said. Read more about Judy’s story here.
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