Stanford has done a pivotal study of accelerated TMS treatment for depression using multiple Intermittent Theta Burst Treatments over a five day period, called Stanford Accelerated Intelligent Neuromodulation Therapy (SAINT for short). Read more below.
Brainsway Deep TMS has been cleared by the FDA for the treatment of comorbid anxiety symptoms in adults with Depression. Reducing anxiety symptoms greatly improves a person's quality of life and helps lessen the burden of depression.
The Brainsway Deep TMS device has been FDA cleared for a 3-minute treatment for Depression. The Theta Burst 3 minute treatment was shown to be as effective as the current 19-minute treatment protocol. This offers more convenient treatment options.
Brainsway Deep TMS received FDA Clearance for treating smoking addiction in 2020. With only a few treatment options available to help people quit smoking, it is great to have another safe effective option available.
Life can be extra stressful during a global pandemic. Fear of disease and death have been primal fears since the dawn of man. It is extremely important to take care of your physical and emotional health. Here are some suggestions to help you cope.
Tinnitus or Ringing in the ears is the perception of various noises in your ears or head that can't be heard by others. Tinnitus can cause a lot of distress in some people. This blog offers some Dos and Don'ts for reducing or preventing tinnitus.
Here's the buzz and it is not in your ears!
Tinnitus can be upsetting to people and contribute to depression and anxiety. Here are 9 medication classes that can cause Tinnitus and how TMS may a treatment option for people with Tinnitus.
Ongoing Research in Personalized Treatments for Depression
From NEWYORK-PRESBYTERIAN NEWSLETTERS
Full Article can be found here: https://www.nyp.org/newsletters/prof-adv/psych/new-tms-center-focuses-on-depression
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An excerpt from the article explaining what TMS is trying to change:
There are cortical and sub-cortical loops, or circuits, and generally with depressed patients, they have a lack of cortical control, or sort of decreased top down functioning....