Change your mind,

Change your life.

TMS is an FDA-approved treatment for depression and anxiety that uses gentle magnetic pulses to stimulate the brain.


A better way to treat depression

TMS therapy is a highly-effective treatment for depression using simple magnetic stimulation to activate a dormant area of the brain connected to depression.

Who is a good fit for TMS therapy?

Find out if TMS therapy is right for you

You've tried medications

Most insurance companies are looking for about one or more antidepressants that didn't work because of either side-effects or a lack-of-effect.

You've tried therapy

Insurance companies also approve patients who have tried at least 6-8 weeks of therapy but still suffer from depression.

You still have depression

If you've tried medication and therapy and you still have depression which doctors call "treatment-resistant" and TMS is the best option.

Is TMS right for me?

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Covered by all major insurances

Highly Effective

TMS has been FDA-cleared to treat depression, anxiety, OCD, and smoking addiction.

Covered by Insurance

TMS therapy is now covered by all major insurers including Medicare.

Available Near You

TMS is typically performed at a nearby mental health clinic and is widely available.

Here's what others have had to say.


Medications were unsuccessful

"I've dealt with depression and anxiety for many years. Medications were not successfully managing my symptoms. TMS really helped to get my symptoms under control."


Speaking about her daughter's struggles

"My fourteen-year-old daughter had been diagnosed with OCD, anxiety and depression, and medicine wasn’t working for her... I definitely saw an improvement in my daughter’s depression symptoms after a week or so of treatment. We are grateful to the staff there, and for the overall experience!"

Here are some common questions about TMS

What does TMS stand for?

TMS, or transcranial magnetic stimulation, is an alternative treatment for a variety of mental health conditions, but it is most commonly used to treat major depression and anxiety. This non-invasive therapy involves using a targeted magnetic field to stimulate under-active neurons in specific parts of the brain. TMS therapy typically takes about 6 weeks and is over 70% effective for providing long-term relief from depression symptoms.

How does TMS work?

Depression is caused by a lack of sufficient activity in the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, essentially the front left part of your brain. When this area is working properly, the entire brain lights up, creating an improved mood, working memory, and selective attention. TMS works by using magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain. This is done by placing a magnetic coil near the head, which produces magnetic pulses that stimulate the nerve cells in the targeted area.

Is TMS right for me?

TMS may be a good option for individuals who have not responded to traditional treatments for depression, such as medication and psychotherapy. It is important to speak with a mental health professional to determine if TMS is right for you.

What is TMS like? Do I feel anything?

During TMS treatment, you can sit comfortably and perform passive activities like reading a book, watching TV, or listening to music. Most patients report that TMS treatment feels like a gentle tapping sensation on the skull. Some patients experience a tingling or scalp sensitivity at the stimulation site during treatment, which can typically be mitigated by placing the device at a slightly different angle.

Are there any side effects?

The most commonly reported side effects of TMS therapy include mild headache, scalp discomfort during stimulation, and lightheadedness, all of which are typically resolved shortly after the treatment session or within the first week. Many patients report no side effects at all.

Is TMS covered by insurance?

Yes, TMS therapy is covered by almost all major insurance companies, depending on your insurance plan. Insurance plans can also have requirements for coverage, such as a prior history of antidepressant medication use or therapy treatments.

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