Achieve TMS is the leading provider of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation depression treatments. With over 800 patients treated and countless success stories, we’ve brought hope back to those who have been suffering in silence."


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The Leading Depression Treatment Provider for San Diego County Effectively treating depression can be an elusive goal.  For decades science has devoted much time and treasure attempting to discover the most efficacious treatment protocols for tackling this serious mental health condition. Typically, the research has lead to the common prescribing of medication (selective serotonin reuptake…


Treating Teen Major Depression with TMS

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Aids Teens in Depression Relief The tumultuous years of adolescence makes teens particularly vulnerable to experiencing a major depressive disorder (MDD).  Fluctuating hormones, social dramas, genetics, and family strife can fuel the mood disorder, culminating in social isolation and an inability to function in normal activities. Teen depression should be taken very…


TMS a Safer Treatment Option than ECT

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation vs. Electroconvulsive Therapy Brain stimulation therapy is certainly not a new therapeutic option, making its modern debut in the mid-19th century when Michael Faraday first attempted to stimulate nerves and the brain using electromagnetic induction.  In the nearly 200 years since, the science behind electromagnetic treatment methods has been constantly evolving. Electroconvulsive…


Aetna Joins the List of Coverage for TMS

Major insurers on board to treat depression with TMS Millions of people who have health insurance through Aetna now have the opportunity to utilize the promising deep transcranial magnetic stimulation (dTMS) treatment option for medication-resistant depression. This announcement comes on the heels of TRICARE also approving coverage for dTMS therapy this past May, and many…

Comparison between neurostimulation techniques repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation vs electroconvulsive therapy for the treatment of resistant depression: patient preference and cost-effectiveness. Patient Prefer Adherence. 2016;10:1481-1487.

Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a common disorder, widely distributed in the population, and is often associated with severe symptoms and functional impairment. It has been estimated that 30% of MDD patients do not benefit adequately from therapeutic interventions, including pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. Treatment-resistant depression (TRD) is generally defined as a failure to achieve remission, despite therapeutic interventions.


The Healing Power of the Magnetic Pulse

How TMS can Rebalance Brain Chemistry and Treat Depression What an amazing and mysterious organ the brain is.  With its 86 billion neurons—those cells that act as a telephone in tandem with the neurotransmitters, the chemical messengers that act as the phone line—it is no wonder that with all these messages buzzing along our neural…