Depression affects almost 15 million adults in the United States and many suffer with the illness because they either don’t seek treatment or have had unsuccessful depression treatments. Fortunately, depression is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain and TMS therapy can help. TMS depression treatments are non-invasive, non-medicated with no side effects. TMS depression treatments are also covered by some insurance providers. Contact us at 877-447-6503 for a free consultation.

Why Do So Many People Suffer from Depression?

Depression is a global problem. To better understand depression’s worldwide impact, consider the following statistics: Globally, more than 300 million people deal with depression symptoms, according to the World Health Organization. Approximately 17.3 million U.S. adults have suffered at least one major depressive episode, the National Institute on Mental Health reports. At least one in…

Can Joining a Depression Support Group Help Your Recovery Process?

Joining a support group sometimes helps individuals overcome their depression symptoms. In fact, there are many reasons why individuals dealing with depression benefit from joining a support group, such as: A depression support group shows a person is not alone. Isolation often fuels depression symptoms. Fortunately, joining a depression support group helps individuals struggling with…

How Successful is TMS

How Successful is TMS?

As a TMS Technician, I am often asked “how successful is TMS?”. Fortunately, we can confidently answer this question. Over the past few years, TMS research from across the globe has shown astonishing success rates. Research from Tel Aviv University reveals that TMS, medications, and psychotherapy combined, delivers a 75% response rate, where response is…

Comparing Side Effects and Impact of Depression Treatments

Comparing Side Effects and Impact of Depression Treatments

There are several modalities to help those suffering from depression, but what has the best result with minimal impact on other dimensions of health? Common depression medications prescribed by physicians are associated with a plethora of unwanted symptoms including, but not limited to, anxiety, sexual dysfunction, weight gain and insomnia. Another more invasive depression treatment…

The Mindset of Wellness

The Mindset of Wellness

I have seen incredible things occur in my seven months of being a member of the Achieve TMS team. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) treats and manages the symptoms of depression in a way that allows the patient to cope better. The degree of symptom relief varies patient to patient. Some patients achieve complete remission from…

Potential Use of TMS for Depression in Special Populations

Potential Use of TMS for Depression in Special Populations

Potential Use of TMS for Depression in Special Populations General Considerations Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is increasingly being utilized as a treatment option for depression, and with this comes a need for a conversation about special groups that may need and benefit from this treatment. More than 35 randomized control trials have been published reporting…

Think Positive, Feel Positive: A Story of Overcoming Depression through Mindfulness and dTMS

Nepalese poet, researcher and author of “Quote Me Everyday”, Santosh Kalwar, is quoted saying, “We are addicted to our thoughts. We cannot change anything if we cannot change our thinking.” This simple statement given by Santosh is the absolute basis of a rapidly growing field of psychology called, Positive Psychology. My name is Brandyn Roach…