The latest NeoVista MRI from Vanguard Specialty Imaging is redefining how patients with Thoracic Outlet Syndrome get treatment

March 04 00:36 2023

The machine is the result of Dr Scott Werden’s quest to make the diagnosis more accurate.

With cases of thoracic outlet syndrome on the rise, people are looking for solutions that help alleviate pain and restore their health. One clinic that is revolutionizing the way patients with thoracic outlet syndromes (TOS) are diagnosed and treated is Vanguard Specialty Imaging. Its founder Dr Scott Werden is one of the most eminent thoracic outlet syndrome specialists in the world who leveraged his experience of over two decades to perfect the patented NeoVista MRI. Thanks to the multiple refinements, The NeoVista® MRI now provides the most accurate and efficient testing compared to Radiology Imaging.

Dr Scott Werden, who has read thousands of studies on thoracic outlet syndrome, is driven to help patients with the rare disorder that causes blood vessels or nerves in the thoracic outlet to get compressed. This can cause numbness, pain, and weakness in the upper portion of a person’s body. After seeing patients suffering from the condition for a prolonged period, he first developed the NeoVista MRI and continued improving it. 

Talking to the media, Dr Scott Werden said, “Thoracic outlet syndrome can affect the lives of people and cause them a lot of pain. The symptoms are not diagnosed properly. They can also aggravate and lead to an aneurysm or a blood clot. Thanks to the comprehensive diagnostic process with the help of NeoVista®, MRI patients can get diagnosed in 45 minutes.”

Explaining what made their process different, he continued, “The machine takes pictures of every muscle variant, fibrous bands, the fat, the lung, the bones, the arteries then, the veins, and nerves. Moreover, with our proprietary method, we even evaluate the position of the critical structures of the shoulder that contribute to thoracic outlet syndrome. We measure the positions and the movements of the shoulder blade, the collarbone, and the first rib on each side to ensure there is no room for error and the thoracic outlet syndrome specialist has all the information they need to get the treatment started.”

Thanks to their results, the thoracic outlet syndrome specialist can recommend the best thoracic outlet syndrome exercises which help improve their conditions.

People with thoracic outlet syndrome symptoms who want to get a thoracic outlet syndrome test can visit their website today to learn more:

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