Huntington Beach is known as one of the country’s premiere surfing locations. Centrally located between Los Angeles and San Diego in Orange County, Huntington Beach is renowned for having one of California’s best beaches, and a local culture and economy built on outdoor activities, water events, and more.
But like many cities in the United States, Surf City and some of its residents face serious struggles. While known for one of the most beautiful beaches in the state, Huntington Beach has also seen an alarming increase in overdoses, along with the rest of the country. Homelessness continues to be a problem that Orange County faces, and recent years have seen a rise in rates of depression and anxiety.
We at Achieve TMS encourage the residents of Huntington Beach to seek out help and take the first step towards a happier life. At this location, we serve as a provider of depression treatment, helping those in need address this condition and overcome its debilitating impact. We work hard to provide effective depression treatment services to people who do not respond to traditional treatment options; our services are designed to bring hope to patients seeking an alternative approach and a safe, FDA-approved treatment.
Over the last few years, research has consistently pointed to an increase in major depressive disorder among all age groups, especially teens. While devastating and debilitating, depressive disorders can be successfully addressed through a wide range of interventions including antidepressants, counseling, and therapy.
However, there are times when conventional treatment methods do not help a patient find relief from depressive symptoms. Some people do not respond to antidepressant medication, and some find therapy and counseling lacking.
Achieve TMS helps these patients through Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS). TMS has proven effective in numerous clinical studies, while remaining completely non-invasive with no lasting side effects. When applied to patients with treatment-resistant depression, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) can be a very effective method of treating depression. Sessions last 20 minutes, and are scheduled five times a week, for about 6 weeks. For most patients, completing the program results in a marked improvement in their condition, and over a third of patients report a complete remission of depressive symptoms.
Our TMS therapy in Huntington Beach consists of sessions that last about 20 minutes. For the duration of the session, the patient sits in a comfortable chair, wearing a cushioned helmet containing an H-coil through which magnetic pulses are directed into a specific portion of the brain to depolarize neurons, stimulate blood flow, ultimately relieve depressive symptoms. Patients relax in the treatment chair and watch television, listen to music or meditate as a professional attendant oversees daily treatments.
Most patients report a tapping sensation, and no lasting side effects. TMS therapy is especially effective in patients who have tried other forms of treatment with little to no success or meaningful impact.
Achieve TMS is the most trusted provider of deep TMS therapy in Huntington Beach and the rest of America for the treatment for depression. Stop the despair. Take the next step. Regain joy.
Give us a call at 999-999-9999 for a free consultation or email us at email@example.com to learn more.
So far, within California, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation has been approved for use with treatment resistant depression by several insurance providers. Insurances that we’re in network with include Cigna, Anthem Blue Cross, Magellan, Tricare, Blue Shield of CA, Blue Shield Federal Employee, Optum, Aetna, MHN, Healthnet, Beacon, Prime Health Services, Provider Select, and Medicare. We are also in network with First Health National Network, specific to Claremont and San Diego. Please call us for a full list of providers. We would be happy to help check with your insurance regarding pre-approval for TMS therapy in Huntington Beach.
*Unfortunately, Medi-cal currently does not cover TMS treatment. Please contact your Medi-cal provider to inquire further.