Learn More About Peripheral Artery Disease

Doctor to Discuss Common Circulation Condition and its Treatment

People who want to learn more about proper circulation within the body and information about the common and treatable circulatory condition known as peripheral artery disease, or PAD, can attend the free community presentation, “Strained Circulation: What is PAD?”

Glenn Huth, MD, of Appleton Cardiology, will discuss how PAD can limit blood flow to the heart, brain and limbs, and even impact a person’s ability to walk. The condition, which often goes undiagnosed, can be treated through exercise, diet and smoking cessation.

The free, one-hour program begins at 6 p.m. on Tues., April 9, in the Ironwood Room at Appleton Medical Center.

To register for this free presentation, visit www.thedacare.org or call ThedaCare On Call at (920) 830-6877 or (800) 236-2236, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Each person must register separately.

ThedaCare (www.thedacare.org) is a community health system consisting of five hospitals: Appleton Medical Center, Theda Clark Medical Center, New London Family Medical Center, Shawano Medical Center, and Riverside Medical Center in Waupaca. ThedaCare also includes ThedaCare Physicians, ThedaCare Behavioral Health, ThedaCare At Work and ThedaCare At Home. ThedaCare is the largest employer in Northeast Wisconsin with more than 6,175 employees. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter!