While many people are familiar with the term “atherosclerosis” they are much less familiar with “intermittent claudication,” one of the main symptoms of peripheral artery disease that causes pain in the calf and upper thigh. Researchers say intermittent claudication is under diagnosed, undertreated, and dangerous. One way to decrease the pain symptoms the condition causes is by walking.

Recommended programs for treatment are detailed by researchers who recently published an exploration about the condition. Get the specifics in this full report.

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