Who offers tms therapy?

Research has shown that approximately 1 in 2 patients will experience a significant reduction in depressive symptoms after using EMT, and 1 in 3 people will achieve complete remission of major depressive disorder (MDD).

TMS therapy

is offered at our Oconomowoc Silver Lake outpatient center. If you have questions related to EMT therapy, please contact our admissions department at Oconomowoc (262-646-441). Patients with any type of non-removable metal on the head (with the exception of braces or dental fillings) should not receive EMTR.

Patients are asked to stop using Wellbutrin before starting TMS and to refrain from alcohol consumption during the course of their EMT treatment. And unlike electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), RTMS doesn't cause seizures or require sedation with anesthesia. You can also talk to your EMT technician whenever necessary if you have any questions during or after your treatment. Repetitive TMS is usually used when standard treatments, such as medications and psychotherapy (psychotherapy), don't work.

The Neuro Wellness TMS Centers of America team has a passion for helping its patients cultivate a happier, more fulfilling life with comprehensive psychiatric services offered in a comfortable environment. One part of what makes deep TMS so convenient is the fact that it is a non-invasive procedure that doesn't require hospitalization or anesthesia. The effectiveness of EMTR may improve as researchers learn more about the techniques, the number of stimulations needed, and the best sites in the brain to stimulate. Researchers are currently conducting clinical trials to evaluate who will benefit most from RTMS therapy.

RTMS has not been associated with many of the side effects caused by antidepressant medications, such as gastrointestinal upset, dry mouth, sexual dysfunction, weight gain, or sedation. After completing a series of RTMS treatments, standard treatment for depression, such as medication and psychotherapy, may be recommended as ongoing treatment. More moderate than other options, the risk of side effects from the use of EMT is lower than with electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) and pharmacotherapy. CNY TMS Psychiatry also offers shorter treatment protocols where treatment can be completed in just a few days for those who qualify.

In addition, many insurance companies seek to offer Deep TMS to their customers due to its growing popularity. Unlike vagus nerve stimulation or deep brain stimulation, MRTS does not require surgery or implantation of electrodes.