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If you or a loved one is one of the many people suffering from depression who have found little or no relief from antidepressant medications, we urge you to consider TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) Therapy, a treatment option that is clinically proven to improve symptoms of depression when standard treatment has not helped, or has created too many problems.

TMS therapy does not have the unwanted side effects commonly associated with chemical antidepressants such as weight gain, fatigue, sexual dysfunction, or drug withdrawal symptoms when doses are missed. No medication is added to your body, so side effects on other parts of your system are minimal.

 A Brief Introduction- Our “Explainer Video”

Could TMS Become Your Alternative?

                         Understanding  TMS Treatment for Depression

Local TV Station Interviews Dr. Fleming and One of Our TMS Patients


TMS is recognized as an effective therapy for depression. Health insurance often covers TMS for the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder.

Scientific literature also supports the use of TMS for:

Anxiety
PTSD
OCD
Bipolar Disorder
Chronic Pain Disorders
Migraine Headaches
Tinnitus
Multiple Sclerosis
Auditory Hallucinations of Schizophrenia
Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia
Autism
Parkinson’s Disease
Smoking Addiction
Blepharospasm

 

 

 

 

 

These “off label” uses for TMS are not usually covered by insurance, but are available on a self-pay basis.


If you feel it’s time to stop medicating and start healing, join thousands of TMS patients nationwide who have greatly reduced or completely tapered off their medications after being treated with TMS therapy! Please take a few minutes to explore this site, then call us with any questions.

You can live without depression; and there is an alternative therapy for brain health.

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To schedule an appointment or for more specific information about how SCTMSC and TMS Therapy might be a good fit for you, go to our NEXT STEP page and complete the Online Patient History Form.

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