Blog Articles

Rapid Depression Relief with Stanford's SAINT Treatment

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.
Jul 30th, 2022

FDA Cleared Brainsway Deep TMS for Anxious Depression

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.
Oct 30th, 2021

Anxiety during Covid and Beyond

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.
Jan 23rd, 2021

12 Tips to Reduce and Prevent Tinnitus (including TMS)

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.
Jan 10th, 2021
Medications that can cause tinnitus

9 Types of Medications that can cause 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.
Jan 1st, 2021

Covid-19 and TMS

We are taking precautions to do TMS in a safe and effective manner given the risks of the pandemic. We are providing TMS treatments.
Apr 9th, 2020

Brainsway Deep TMS is Featured on CBS News

Check out the new Testimonials page with testimonials from actual patients. Here is a review by a patient at Houston West TMS. “I made the appointment with Dr. Drell and I had a ton of questions. He took the time to fully explain everything about TMS..."
Oct 24th, 2019

“TMS: A Top Down Process” Article

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....
Mar 20th, 2019