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Dr. Woo to Attend 2019 Clinical TMS Society Annual Meeting (Feb. 21-Feb. 23)


Madison Ave TMS & Psychiatry attending 2019 CTMSS Annual Meeting

We are happy to announce that Dr. Woo will be attending the Clinical TMS Society’s annual meeting of 2019 in Vancouver from Thursday, February 21 until Saturday, February 23.

This gathering of TMS researchers, industry experts, and the most experienced providers of transcranial magnetic stimulation is world-renowned for its workshops, demonstrations, and the latest developments in depression treatment with TMS. Visit the Clinical TMS Society’s page for more information about the meeting and how you can register. 

We look forward to seeing you there!

Dr. Woo has been seeing patients in private practice since 2002, always with the goals of combining evidence-based medicine with psychodynamic psychotherapy and collaborating with other mental health professionals to ensure the best possible outcomes for his patients. He has been certified to administer TMS at his practice since 2017. His greatest clinical interests include helping patients suffering from depression, anxiety, and obsessive compulsive disorder.

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