Transmagnetic Stimulation for Depression

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Trans-Magnetic Stimulation for Depression

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a treatment that targets key areas of the brain that are less active in people with moderate to severe depression.

TMS is a non-invasive procedure that uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain to improve symptoms of depression, and it’s typically used when other treatments haven’t allowed you to experience remission from your depression.

TMS is also being used for ADD, PTSD and is rapidly being considered by insurance companies for coverage outside of the current provision for moderate to severe depression. Our Fayetteville office uses a state of the art machine that performs TMS in a 20 minute or less session compared to the older less efficient models other medical offices use in the Syracuse area which may take up to 45 minutes or more for treatment and are not as precise in identifying the treatment area.

As a clinically proven treatment for Major Depressive Disorder, your TMS care may be completely covered by most major health plans. Our team has seen tremendous results with this treatment and have patients who have volunteered to talk with you by phone to share their results with you.

Fill out this form to see if you qualify for this unique, state-of-the-art treatment.

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