Results Of TMS
After a full course of treatment, patients usually notice a significant reduction in depression symptoms, as well as improvements in anxiety, appetite, pain and lack of energy. In clinical trials of over 10,000 treatments, approximately one out of every three patients experienced complete symptom relief after a nine-week treatment.
To learn more about the advanced benefits of treatment with TMS, and to determine if this procedure is right for you, please call us today to schedule a consultation.
As with any course of treatment, short-term side effects are a possibility. This is what you may experience after TMS:
- Facial spasms
- Scalp discomfort
These side effects subside within 24 hours. There are no long-term side effects.
Unlike other depression treatments, such as medications, TMS is NOT associated with the common side effects of weight gain, sexual problems, sleepiness or memory loss. It is also much less invasive than deep brain stimulation, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) and other alternative treatment options for depression.
TMS is FDA approved.*
Insurance will cover TMS for those diagnosed with Major Depression Disorder (MDD) if the patient meets certain criteria. Please click here to see the Medicare criteria. All other insurances reference these criteria and add their own specific criteria. Please contact your personal insurance agency for coverage options.
Out-Of-Pocket is also an option, and there are financial support options available:
Paid through your healthcare flexible spending account.
Med Loan Finance.com helps secure financing. You can visit www.medloanfinance.com for more information or apply for the loan at https://www.medloanfinance.com/creditapp.asp?did=8789
Family, friends or other support
*TMS is currently only approved for depression, however, there is evidence that this procedure can be effective for treatment of a wide range of brain disorders, including dystonia, migraines, Fibromyalgia, Parkinson’s disease and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Researchers are currently working to determine the safety and effectiveness of TMS treatment for these conditions.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]