Transcranial Magnetic

Chemical-free relief from depression and OCD.

What is Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation?

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a chemical-free, non-invasive magnetic pulse treatment that stimulates mood regulation.  
TMS therapy uses a specialized helmet equipped with electro-magnetic coil configurations that emit pulses that activate neurons in specific regions of the brain known to regulate mood.

Why Choose TMS?

Depression affects roughly 1 in 10 adults and 30% of all depression cases are resistant to treatments like medication and psychotherapy.1,2  
TMS offers a powerful alternative to conventional treatments.  Research suggests approximately 50% to 60% of people with treatment-resistant depression experience a clinically meaningful response to TMS treatment.3  TMS is also an effective solution if you don’t want to risk side effects common to prescription medications.


Clinical Results of Deep TMS

81% of patients responded to treatment4
65% of patients achieved remission4

Clinical Results of Deep TMS

81% of patients responded to treatment.4
65% of patients achieved remission.4

TMS Protocols

Standard TMS

36 sessions in 8-10 weeks

Treatment schedule:
  • Delivered once per day over the course of 8-10 weeks (36 total), depending on your specific diagnosis protocol
  • Each treatment duration ranges from 8-22 minutes
Insurance coverage:
  • Standard TMS is approved and covered by most insurances

Accelerated TMS

50 sessions over 5 consecutive days

Treatment schedule:
  • 10 treatments per day, each spaced out by 50 minutes.
  • Each treatment duration ranges from 8-22 minutes
Insurance coverage:
  • Accelerated TMS is not covered by insurance

What TMS Treats

FDA-Cleared Treatments


TMS uses magnetic pulses to stimulate neurons in regions of the brain associated with depression.


TMS is an effective solution for diminishing the obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors that contribute to Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).

Smoking Addiction

TMS uses magnetic pulses to stimulate neurons in specific regions of the brain, reducing tobacco cravings and increasing cognitive control.

Off-Label Treatments

  • Bipolar Depression
  • Schizophrenia
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Anxiety
  • Neuropathic Pain
  • Neurocognitive Disorder (Dementia)
  • Tinnitus
  • Post-Stroke Motor Dysfunction
  • PTSD
  • Migraines
  • Multiple Sclerosis Fatigue Syndrome
  • Alcohol Use Disorder
  • Cocaine Use Disorder
  • Tension Headaches
  • Memory Enhancement
  • Post-Stroke Aphasia
  1. Goodwin, Renee, et al. Trends in U.S. Depression Prevalence From 2015 to 2020: The Widening Treatment Gap, 19 Sept. 2022, 
  2. Zhdanava M, Pilon D, Ghelerter I, Chow W, Joshi K, Lefebvre P, Sheehan JJ. The Prevalence and National Burden of Treatment-Resistant Depression and Major Depressive Disorder in the United States. J Clin Psychiatry. 2021 Mar 16;82(2):20m13699. doi: 10.4088/JCP.20m13699. PMID: 33989464
  3. Adam P. Stern, MD. “Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS): Hope for Stubborn Depression.” Harvard Health, 27 Oct. 2020, 
  4. Mitchell, Ross. “Deep TMS H1 Coil Treatment for Depression: Results from a Large Post Marketing Data Analysis.” BrainsWay, 25 Apr. 2023, 

Find out if TMS is right for you.