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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

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.

  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, 

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