Treating the Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) Crisis

September 21, 2021Juan Carlos CorreaHealthTechHealthcarePAD

In today’s episode, our guest Dr. Juan Carlos Correa, the managing physician at Modern Vasculars Overland Park Clinic, talks about the new tools and new techniques that they do in a very simple outpatient setting to prevent amputation and restore hope in their lives.

The company is doing complex vascular treatment and interventions for their patients and continued to do so throughout the pandemic. They advocate for Peripheral Arterial Disease and mitigate the stigma underlying the disease in order to spread awareness and educate on proper treatment.

We’ll be discussing:

  • How Modern Vascular maneuvered the pandemic

  • The causes and symptoms of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)

  • The treatment of PAD

  • The amputation rate in the United States and the magnitude of the problem

  • The diabetes epidemic and the relation to PAD


[00:35] Background of Dr. Juan Carlos Correa

[02:30] Innovation and medical contribution of Modern Vascular’s Overland Park Clinic

[04:25] The Effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on Modern Vascular

[06:00] Overview of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD)

[08:46] Causes and symptoms of PAD

[16:00] The amputation rate in the USA and the magnitude of the problem

[17:45] Discussing the Diabetes epidemic

[19:55] How Modern Vascular helps PAD patients

[21:45] Rapid fire round

Links to Check Out:

Modern Vascular Website:

PAD Awareness Month: