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TMS Therapy: Frequently Asked Question #2

November 8, 2016|TMS Therapy

Since we introduced Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy for depression at our Financial District office, we’ve received many questions about the service. We’ll be answering some of the most common questions in a weekly series on our blog. Here’s our second Q & A:

Who is TMS Therapy for?

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy is for for patients who continue to experience depressive symptoms despite therapy and anti-depressant treatment or those who are unable to tolerate anti-depressant medications due to the side effects they experienced.

If you agree with two or more of the following statements, you may be a candidate for TMS Therapy:

  • Depression symptoms continue to interfere with my daily life.
  • I am not satisfied with the results I get from depression medication.
  • I have had, or have worried about, side effects from depression medications.
  • I have had to switch medications for depression due to side effects.
  • I am interested in a proven, non-pharmacological therapy for depression.

Want to learn more? Watch this video about an actual patient experience:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQypW7unzNU&feature=youtu.be

For more information about TMS Therapy services at Commonwealth Psychology Associates, please click here.

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