Category: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

‘Depression Helmet’ Therapy, an Alternative Treatment

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Treating Depression Through Deep TMS ‘Helmet’ Therapy First it was the Cymbalta. Oh, how much hope one has when leaving the doctor’s office with a potential lifesaving prescription in hand. After suffering in silence with serious depression, all hopes for relief are pinned to a drug that might just change life for the better. Until … Read more

dTMS on In Style TV featured on the We TV Channel Nationally

Watch the video above to see the nationally broadcasted segment on deep TMS! This was done on In Style TV on the WE TV Channel and it shows some of the highlights of this groundbreaking treatment.  

Is TMS an Invasive Treatment Method?

Is TMS an Invasive Treatment Method? - Achieve TMS

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) was first developed in 1985 when physicist Anthony Barker introduced TMS technology to the world of neuropsychology. Based on the premise established over a hundred years prior by Michael Faraday that magnetic fields have an impact on electricity and plasma, TMS technology has been researched for several decades, and has been … Read more

Treating Depression When Medication Doesn’t Work

Treating Depression When Medication Doesn’t Work

By Scott West, M.D. | Jun. 22, 2018 The recent, tragic deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain are a reminder of the battle so many of us are fighting, often silently. Depression doesn’t discriminate, and even celebrities are a part of the 320 million people around the world living with depression. I’ve met many of these individuals in my … Read more

MythBusted: Breaking the Code on Depression Treatment

Breaking the Code on Depression Treatment

On August 11th, 2014 legendary comedian and movie star Robin Williams took his own life after quietly battling major depression for several decades. His suicide took the world by total surprise for one reason – nobody thought Robin Williams was depressed. He never showed any signs, at least in the public eye. He was universally … Read more

TMS Therapy Success Stories

TMS Therapy Success Stories

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Safe and Effective Treatment for Depression Nothing spells S U C C E S S  like results, so when it comes to finding a treatment for major depression that actually produces positive results the news should be shared far and wide.  Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is an alternative therapy for treating individuals with major depressive disorder (MDD) … Read more

How Successful is TMS?

TMS Therapy Success Stories

TMS: a Safe and Effective Treatment for Depression Nothing spells SUCCESS like results, so when it comes to finding a treatment for major depression that actually produces positive results the news should be shared far and wide.  Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is an alternative therapy for treating individuals with major depressive disorder (MDD) who have been deemed treatment-resistant.  After … Read more

Postpartum Depression Treatment in Massachusetts

Postpartum Depression Treatment in Massachusetts

Helping Mothers Recover from the “Baby Blues” Clinical depression rates among women are double those of men, often explained as the result of hormonal changes women experience starting with puberty.  Although hormonal fluctuations are a significant contributing factor to the high rates of depression among women, life circumstances and general life stressors can compound the … Read more

Alternative Treatment for Severe Depression

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Treatment for Severe Depression Using TMS Therapy First it was the Cymbalta.  Oh, how much hope one has when leaving the doctor’s office with a potential lifesaving prescription in hand.  After suffering in silence with serious depression, all hopes for relief are pinned to a drug that might just change life for the better.  Until … Read more

TMS Treatment and Depression Therapist Working Together

TMS Treatment and Depression Therapist Working Together

Depression treatment over the past 50 years is still not meeting the needs of patients. Rates of depression in the U.S. continue on an upward trajectory, with over 15 million Americans suffering from a major depressive episode annually, according to data provided by the National Institute of Mental Health. The hope for a cure for … Read more

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