Peripheral Artery Doppler

Reliable Peripheral Artery Doppler in Patchogue, New Hyde Park & Hicksville

Simplifying Critical Arterial Blockage Detection

Peripheral Artery DopplerBlockages in the arteries or blood vessels restrict blood flow to the arms or legs, increasing stroke and heart attack risk. Brookhaven Heart’s Peripheral Artery Doppler, also known as an arterial duplex, uses ultrasound technology to identify potentially dangerous blockages easily and effectively.

Benefits of an Arterial Doppler Ultrasound

In addition to serving as an easy, noninvasive way for your doctor to get a picture of your arterial health, a Peripheral Artery Doppler, or Arterial Doppler Ultrasound, operates with a high level of efficiency and accuracy to locate potential blocks or clots. These benefits make the arterial duplex a highly popular diagnostic method.

Why Detection Matters

While many people attribute leg pain and stiffness to general aging, sciatica or other conditions, such discomfort in the limbs is also a symptom of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD), a potentially serious circulatory disorder that occurs when arteries in your extremities narrow due to plaque buildup or other causes. Using a Peripheral Artery Doppler, your Brookhaven Heart doctor can determine whether your leg pain is linked to dangerous blood flow blockages associated with PAD, and can then work with you to come up with an appropriate, effective treatment plan.

Call or Email Brookhaven Heart

The experts at Brookhaven Heart are happy to answer your questions about how Peripheral Artery Doppler might help you improve your heart health.

In Patchogue, call us at (631) 654-3278.

In New Hyde Park, call us at (631) 654-3278.

If you prefer, you can use our online form.

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