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MVP Treatment

McGinley Vascular Pressure Treatment is a patented procedure addressing functional vascular compression (CECS, PAES and TOS). Dr. McGinley is currently the only provider in the world offering this cutting-edge technique. With ultrasound and CT guidance, botulinum toxin is injected into a small segment of muscle that is compressing blood flow. The muscle is locally paralyzed allowing blood flow to resume normally. The patient is able to walk out of the office immediately after the procedure is completed.

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PHYSICAL
THERAPY

30-60

MINUTES

In-office procedure
Local anesthesia

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OFFICE
VISIT

Evaluation and treatment performed on the same day.
Fly in and fly out.

2

DAYS

Limited time away from competitive sports-can be fully unrestricted by 21 days post treatment

87%

SUCCESS
RATE

With high-level/elite athletes

Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome Caused by Functional Venous Outflow Obstruction

Joseph C. McGinley, MD, PhD had the honor to be featured in a recent publication in the Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine for his studies on treating Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome.

To read the full publication, click the button below.

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Diagnosis of Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome, Popliteal Artery Entrapment Syndrome, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome and a

Non-Surgical Treatment

A recent study analyzed 284 of Dr. McGinley’s patients receiving the MVP treatment. The detailed results are below. In summary, approximately 87% of patients were successfully treated with a 76% reduction in pain. For patients that needed two treatments, 43% had reduction in pain after first treatment.

 

If you are interested in learning more, you will find the full study below.

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If you suffer from
compartment syndrome
(CECS, PAES, TOS) of the arm,
click
here.