What is TMS therapy?

Think of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) as a way to take control of your depression without taking a thing. It’s a non-invasive, medication-free technique that uses magnetic fields to stimulate and activate the areas of the brain thought to be underactive in people with depression. It’s FDA-approved, covered by most insurance, and it’s proven to offer long-term depression symptom relief.

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The TMS difference

Let's start with what TMS doesn't have compared to other treatments. It's non invasive, and it doesn't involve medication, so there are no side effects. It's a different style of treatment; one with a different level of results.

What TMS does offer is an almost decade-long track record of success. More than 1,500,000 treatments have been administered to over 35,000 patients at institutions such as the Mayo Clinic, John Hopkins and more. So while it's not new, it's newly available to you at TMS Centers of America on a convenient, outpatient basis.

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How It Works

You get comfortable, and we get busy. While you watch TV or listen to music, we direct short pulses of energy to stimulate the region of your brain that deals with mood control and depression. The whole process takes less than 20 minutes.

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