FOX4: Metro man with chronic disease avoids amputation thanks to new trial procedure at Saint Luke’s

One Kansas man facing amputation of his legs is getting a rare opportunity to avoid that thanks to a new procedure at Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute

After undergoing several procedures at other hospitals with no success, Harold Spillman underwent the LimFlow procedure at Saint Luke's, saving both of his legs.

FOX4 talked to Dr. Matthew Bunte, an interventional cardiologist at Saint Luke's, about the innovative treatment for severe peripheral artery disease (PAD).

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