P.A.D. stands for Peripheral Arterial Disease, which is the narrowing and hardening of arteries in the legs because of fatty deposit build-up. Signs of P.A.D include numbness or tingling in the legs, loss of hair on toes or feet and cramping in the legs that feels better with rest. The risk factors are diabetes, high blood pressure and history of coronary artery disease. If you have experienced any of these symptoms and have not had a regular P.A.D. screening in the past year, call the Genesis NurseLine today to schedule your free screening!