San Luis Obispo, or SLO, has something for everyone. Wineries, creek walks, a buzzing downtown scene, Cal Poly, and the Thursday evening Farmers Market. With the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Santa Lucia Mountains to the east, San Luis Obispo offers many options for activity lovers.
It’s hard to enjoy activities and venues and all that San Luis Obispo has to offer when you’re suffering from depression, and even harder when your depression therapy isn’t working well.
Now there’s new hope.
The Achieve TMS San Luis Obispo treatment center offers deep transcranial magnetic stimulation (dTMS), for depression. TMS depression therapy is a game-changer that is approved by the FDA. Many of our patients in the SLO area have found TMS treatment to be the most effective depression treatment they have ever had.
TMS depression treatment occurs in a series of twenty minute sessions where magnetic impulses are directed to the limbic system of your brain. There is no need for anesthesia, and none of the negative systemic side effects that come with drug treatments.
The process is simple. You come to our San Luis Obispo office, get your TMS depression therapy, and then return to normal daily activities.
Achieve TMS is America’s largest provider of deep TMS therapy for the treatment for depression. Stop the despair. Take the next step. Regain joy.
Give us a call at 877-447-6503 for a free consultation or email us at email@example.com to learn more.
Please use ER or call 911 for emergency and contact your insurance provider for additional resources and contacts for covered providers.
So far, within California, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation has been approved for use with treatment resistant depression by Anthem Blue Cross/ Blue Shield, Humana, United Health Care, Healthnet, and more. Please call us for a list of providers. We would be happy to help check with your insurance regarding pre-approval.
*Different people with various diagnoses are helped to differing degrees. Results vary. Official FDA Approval is currently restricted to depression but several other uses are awaiting approval.