One of the questions my patients are most eager to ask me when they start their depression treatment is, “How long does it take to recover from depression?” My answer to them is always, “It depends on the patient.” Every patient is different and therefore recovery time depends on a…

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TMS is clinically proven and FDA-approved to treat treatment-resistant depression, OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder), and pain associated with migraine headaches with aura. (1,2,3) Many clinical trials also show that TMS is effective in relieving symptoms of anxiety, ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder), and traumatic brain injury. (4,5,6)…

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TMS has been gaining a lot of attention for its ability to relieve depressive symptoms for people with treatment-resistant depression, and for its potential to treat patients with other conditions like anxiety and PTSD. TMS uses magnetic pulses to stimulate the brain to relieve depressive symptoms. As with any new…

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Prescription antidepressants, in combination with talk therapy, are typically the first line of treatment prescribed for depression, but they’re also associated with several side effects that can deter patients from wanting to take them.  For patients who do not like the idea of taking antidepressants because of the side effects,…

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Major depressive disorder affects more than 16 million adults in the United States. (1) Standard therapies for major depression include antidepressant medications and talk therapy. However, many patients don’t find relief from depressive symptoms with traditional treatments — this is referred to as treatment resistant depression (TRD). The acknowledgment that…

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