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any advice about jogging or running with peripheral artery disease?

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Dr. Marshall Solomon
47 years experience Podiatry
Try walking: It may be in your best interest to try walking first to see if you develop any intermittent claudication. Over all walking may be better for you.
Answered on Dec 30, 2016
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