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Vascular podiatry is an exciting new specialty, overlapping with the diabetic and high-risk foot, providing early diagnosis and best treatment for life and limb-threatening circulation disease, working in collaboration with hospital vascular teams, set in accessible community clinics.

Peripheral Artery Disease, can cause poor circulation in the legs, feet, and ankles. Podiatrists examine the blood flow in the lower limbs and while this may sound potentially painful, most vascular tests used by podiatrists are actually noninvasive and fairly painless. Examples of vascular tests that a podiatrist might use include the ankle-brachial index, which measures the blood pressure at your ankle and at your arm and then compares the two readings, or the Doppler ultrasound, which uses sound waves to visualize your blood flow on a computer screen.