At Emerald Psychiatry, we offer compassionate and comprehensive psychiatric care. Hear how TMS therapy has helped our patients. I am currently 44 years old and have suffered from depression since elementary school. Through past attempts to feel joy and experience life, I have been on several different meds.
Emerald Psychiatry & TMS Center can help.
How Does TMS Work to Relieve Symptoms of Depression?
We have strict 'clean' policies in place and see one patient at a time by appointment only. Secure Payment and Subscriptions. For Patients. TMS is a brief outpatient therapy session lasting about 20 minutes when performed for depression treatment. Patients sit in a comfortable reclining chair, while the TMS Certified Psychiatrist performs the 'mapping' session location of the area to be treated , and the TMS Certified Technician performs the daily sessions under the care of the physician. TMS Therapy Program. Working with you toward your new journey in life, we weave our Mind Your Mental Health Therapy into your program helping you to achieve an optimal outcome and in. New life starts with a vision and desire from the debilitating symptoms of depression and anxiety or other mental health condition. From the moment you walk through our door, we begin the process of working with you to formulate an engaging treatment that fosters optimal outcomes and sustained relief.
Here is what our patients say about TMS therapy.
My medications were no longer working, and I was desperate to find another solution. Going into my first treatment, the internet and my doctor provided expectations such as the procedure, treatment effectiveness, reaction times and side effects. How it works? The TMS device contains a magnetic coil that pulsates to stimulate neurons in the region of the brain associated with depression. Because the treatment involves magnets, you cannot wear any metal jewelry, hair clips, etc. Discuss any metal implants in your head with a doctor — they will advise if you are a candidate based on the location of the implant.
Two and a half years ago, I lost my brother to suicide. I was going through the grief process which is very, very hard, but then the grief process turned into depression which took on a life of its own. This last time my depression was so bad, and I was so low, I was ready to take my own life. Then I had gotten a referral to Dr. Drobnick and he suggested I start with TMS. And believe it or not, after 3 treatments, I felt better. Then my mood dipped again, but I continued with treatments, and I started feeling better again. I started treatment 8 weeks ago and I still feel great!