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TMS Therapy Treatments

What treatments are available to help you or someone you love beyond traditional methods? TMS therapy may be the light at the end of the tunnel.

Learn More About
TMS Therapy 

Did you know that depression is the leading cause of disability in the United States among people ages 15 to 44? It’s an all-too-common mental illness, often treated by first-line treatments, such as antidepressants (SSRIs) and various versions of psychotherapy. But, what happens when a patient’s depression is stubborn and first-line treatments fail to take significant hold?

Finding the right medication or therapist can be like rolling the dice time and again. In fact, two-thirds of patients suffering from depression don’t find adequate relief from the first antidepressant they’re prescribed. Sadly, each subsequent medication tried is less likely to help than the one prior. That’s why there are alternative treatments that sit on the cutting-edge of tomorrow’s standard, like TMS Therapy.

Learn More About TMS Therapy 

Did you know that depression is the leading cause of disability in the United States among people ages 15 to 44? It’s an all-too-common mental illness, often treated by first-line treatments, such as antidepressants (SSRIs) and various versions of psychotherapy. But, what happens when a patient’s depression is stubborn and first-line treatments fail to take significant hold?

Finding the right medication or therapist can be like rolling the dice time and again. In fact, two-thirds of patients suffering from depression don’t find adequate relief from the first antidepressant they’re prescribed. Sadly, each subsequent medication tried is less likely to help than the one prior. That’s why there are alternative treatments that sit on the cutting-edge of tomorrow’s standard, like TMS Therapy.

TMS, or Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Therapy is a noninvasive form of brain stimulation targeted to help depression. All devices used during TMS treatment operate completely outside of the body and affect the central nervous system’s activity by applying powerful magnetic fields to specific areas of the brain involved in the phenomenon of depression. Although there’s no long-term cure to depression, TMS Therapy has been proven to alleviate symptoms— with one-third of patients experiencing remission months after their final TMS treatment.

How does
TMS therapy work?

TMS, or transcranial magnetic stimulation, Therapy is a non-invasive form of brain stimulation targeted to help depression.  NeuroJust uses devices during the TMS treatment that operate completely outside of the body by applying precise magnetic waves to specific areas in the brain involved in the phenomenon of depression.  TMS therapy has been proven to reduce the symptoms of depression for over 2/3 of patients and remission of depression for nearly half of patients lasting at least 12 months after treatment.

The NeuroJust
Experience

Experience a new way to look at your depression treatment options.  When you enter a NeuroJust medical center, you get the feeling as if you’re entering a medical spa, not just another waiting room.  

Whether seeking your transformation at our state-of-the-art facility or in our luxury mobile treatment van at your doctor’s office, we create an atmosphere of ease, relaxation, and comfort.  You’ll feel right-at-home, as we work together to improve your quality of life by decreasing or removing your depression symptoms.

Frequently Asked Questions
for Patients

How does the TMS device work?

The patient sits comfortably in a chair, while the device emits magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain to improve symptoms of depression.

Is TMS treatment covered by my insurance?

TMS is a comfortable noninvasive procedure, and is covered by most major medical insurance providers including Medicare and Tricare (certain limitations apply) with very limited side effects – you can return to normal activities right away!

How long does a TMS treatment session take?

The treatment lengths vary from 3 min to 19 min.

What is the success rate of TMS therapy?

Clinical studies have shown that over two-thirds of patients see significant improvements with depression symptoms while nearly half of patients experience complete remission.

What are the side effects of TMS therapy?

Side effects are very minor, most patients can resume normal activity immediately after the treatments sessions.  No sedation required. Minor side effects include:

  • Minor discomfort during treatment; these events are transient and occur during treatment course and do not occur for most patients after the first week of treatment
  • Tingling sensation
  • Minor headache
  • Lightheadedness
  • Very rare cases of seizure; less than 1 in 60,000 patients
Who is qualified for TMS Therapy?

If patients experience depression on a scale of 2+, they are able to qualify for TMS Therapy; however, you must be administered a test by a medical health professional.

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