Depression, along with other diagnosed mental health conditions like obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are on the rise globally. As a first-line, individuals with these conditions typically participate in a combination of talk therapy and taking prescribed medications, such as antidepressants.
After countless attempts with traditional treatment approaches, some people have difficulty attaining adequate or meaningful symptom relief. Maybe talk therapy just isn’t enough; or your medication protocol leads to undesirable side effects. If this is the case, there is another effective, FDA-approved treatment option that has helped thousands of people living with depression and other mental illnesses.
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) therapy is an innovative , non-invasive, local treatment for depression, anxiety, and OCD. While antidepressants may alter the brain chemically, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy uses magnetic fields to stimulate underactive nerve cells in the brain. At Oasis TMS, we use a top-of-the-line, FDA-approved device to direct magnetic energy pulses to the portion of your brain affected by depression or other mood disorders.
As a result, TMS therapy can painlessly revitalize areas of the brain responsible for mood control while improving communication within the central nervous system. Each Therapy protocol is customized to the patient’s diagnosis and individual needs and symptoms. TMS trials have shown to produce lasting, positive effects on brain function in people who have otherwise experienced a form of treatment-resistant mental illness.
Oasis TMS offers a welcoming environment where providing relief from depression and other mood disorders is our top priority. Start taking the first step toward feeling better. Call us today at (502) 742-8182 to schedule an appointment.
Feel free to call our office if you would like to know more. An associate will answer any questions you may have regarding insurance coverage, TMS therapy costs, payment options, and what to expect from the TMS therapy process.
TMS Therapy Is Accepted By Most Insurance Providers
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