TMS for the Treatment of Chronic Pain

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a safe, non-invasive, drug-free, and FDA-approved procedure that has been recognized to be successful at relieving major depression. This groundbreaking technology works in a way that allows electromagnetic pulses to stimulate nerve cells in the brain, causing an effect that aims to control one’s mood and minimize chances for depression… Read More »

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Why We’re Talking About Mental Health More Than Ever Before

Compared to years past, we’re talking about mental health more than ever before. As the negative connotation around mental health continues to lift, people are becoming more comfortable talking about a variety of mental health struggles and realizing that many others are dealing with similar issues. Here are a few reasons why people are talking… Read More »

Can Gratitude Help Combat Depression Symptoms?

Depression is often treated using a combination of different therapies. Your doctor may recommend pharmaceutical options like antidepressant medications, a cranial therapy such as Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) or Transcranial Magnetic Therapy (TMS), or talk therapy such as cognitive-behavioral therapy. However, there is a simple (and often overlooked) addition to your prescribed treatment regimen which may… Read More »

Why Are Women More Likely to Have Depression?

Depression is a mood disorder that predominantly affects women more than men. While this condition can impact every area of a woman’s life— especially physical, mental, social wellbeing—it’s important to know that this is not a rare illness. The National Mental Health Association states that about one in every ten women will experience symptoms of depression during their… Read More »

How TMS Could Help You Overcome Your Fears and Phobias

In recent years, TMS has become increasingly mainstream as a safe, effective treatment for depression. But researchers are realizing that the applications of TMS reach far beyond depression alone. Recent studies suggest that TMS may be used to treat a spectrum of anxiety disorders ranging from social anxiety disorder to acrophobia (the fear of heights).… Read More »

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