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If you experience leg pain that occurs when you’re active and then feel better when you rest, there’s a good chance you have peripheral arterial disease (PAD). Nirav Patel, DO,…

Venous ulcers typically appear around your ankle or lower leg. You will notice a shallow, red, open wound with uneven borders. Your venous ulcer may not cause pain until it becomes infected.

Chronic venous insufficiency is one of the most common vein diseases. This condition occurs when the valves or venous wall in your leg veins don’t allow blood to flow back up to your heart.

Spider veins are tiny veins that are close to the skin’s surface. As the veins enlarge, they may appear in the form of thin lines, webs, or branches. They take on a red, blue, or purplish appearance.

What causes diabetic foot pain? People with diabetes have a high risk of developing foot pain due to two conditions called peripheral neuropathy and peripheral arterial disease. Peripheral neuropathy (diabetic…

Varicose veins are enlarged, twisted blood vessels that bulge above the skin’s surface. Though many people view varicose veins as a cosmetic concern, they’re a sign that the veins are failing to maintain normal blood flow.