On September 22nd, the SAVE (San Antonio Vascular and Endovascular) Clinic will be hosting resource fairs and free screenings throughout various districts of the San Antonio area. Learn more about the importance of vascular health and meet with medical professionals for a free vascular disease screening.
The Save Clinic was established by Dr. Lyssa Ochoa, Board Certified Vascular Surgeon, to serve the need for compassionate, personalized, advanced vascular care to the growing population of San Antonio. By combining lifestyle change education, optimal medical management, and tailored advanced vascular and endovascular techniques, SAVE strives to provide early diagnosis of vascular disease, prevent its progression, and offer state of the art interventions when needed.
Event: Resource Fair and Free Screening for PAD Awareness Month
DATE OF EVENT: September 22nd, 2022
TIME OF EVENT: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
LOCATION OF EVENT: There will be seven event locations throughout San Antonio. See below to find the event within your district.
District Councilman: Mario Bravo
D.R. Semmes Family YMCA at TriPoint – 3233 N St Mary’s St, San Antonio, TX 78212
District Councilman: Jalen McKee-Rodriguez
Davis-Scott Family YMCA – 1213 Iowa St, San Antonio, TX 78203
District Councilwoman: Phyllis Viagran
Southside Lions Senior Center – 3303 Pecan Valley Dr, San Antonio, TX 78210
District Councilwoman: Dr Adriana Rocha Garcia
Miller’s Pond Community Center – 6075 Old Pearsall Rd, San Antonio, TX 78242
District Councilwoman: Teri Castillo
Westside Family YMCA – 2900 Ruiz St, San Antonio, TX 78228
Westside Family YMCA
District Councilwoman: Melissa Cabello Havrda
San Antonio Food Bank – 5200 Enrique M. Barrera Pkwy, San Antonio, TX 78227
District Councilwoman: Ana Sandoval
Woodlawn Lake Community Gym – 1103 Cincinnati Ave, San Antonio, TX 78201
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Peripheral Artery Disease is a condition that affects millions of people.
Peripheral artery disease, or PAD occurs when there is a buildup of plaque, or fatty deposits, inside the arteries that carry blood to your legs and feet.
Many people have not heard of this condition. PAD often goes unnoticed because people assume their leg pain is due to soreness or arthritis. However, if your legs are healthy, you shouldn’t have chronic leg pain.