• P.A.D Warriors Tell All

    At The Way To My Heart's annual P.A.D. Warriors conference, P.A.D. Warriors shared their experiences and what patients, physicians, industry, and researchers need to know about this disease.

    How PAD Warriors Got Their Life Back Despite P.A.D.

    WebMD shared the amazing stories of perseverance of three The Way To My Heart PAD Warriors.

    Save My Piggies

    A series hosted by Dr. John Phillips where patients share their stories and critical lessons to help others thrive.

    In this episode:

    "Kim" Says NO to a 2nd Amputation

    "If I were to do it all over again I wouldn't have settled for amputation. I would've gotten a second opinion."

    How "Bonnie" Kicked Butt

    "My mother died in my arms at hospice due to lung cancer. On her dying bed she ask me to promise her that I would quit smoking and I made the promise. Little did I know that it would take me 20 years and 6 surgeries later to keep my promise to my mom...."

    Walking Out of CLTI

    In this discussion, A Canadian friend with P.A.D. shares her story of perseverance and pushing through the pain and walking her way to a natural bypass by growing collateral vessels with every step, she doesn't wish the journey on anyone. She impresses upon physicians the importance of listening to patients and not delaying treatment for lifestyle-limiting claudication and rest pain. Watch to the end as this inspiring woman, who thought she was only at the table to raise awareness of the experiences of CLTI Patients, gets the tables turned on her when a member of the physician panel provides a real-time revelation that could change her future.

    Let's Talk About Sex ...and P.A.D.

    "There is no sex drive when it comes to P.A.D. But there is hope."

    How This 93-Year-Old Woman Prevented Amputation

    This P.A.D. Warriors son found The Way To My Heart through a good human at medical device company, CSI. Our team connected her with a limb saver who used advanced endovascular techniques to restore flow clear into her foot and our Nurse Practitioner provided wound care support. She is now healed and walking without pain.

  • P.A.D. Patient Stories

    How P.A.D. Warriors Persevere!

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