Next Group Therapy starts February 6th. Learn More.

A recent study has found that repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) is effective in treating depression. The results showed that the majority of patients experienced a significant reduction in symptoms, with some even achieving complete remission.

Are you interested in Group Therapy? Groups offer a safe space for sharing ideas, helping others who are going through similar struggles and can promote social skills and group accountability. Click to read more.

The combination of TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) treatments and Ketamine Infusions is gaining national attention as a powerful way to alleviate Treatment Resistant Depression. For more information or to schedule an assessment call or text us at 330-754-4844.

Psychiatry at Ascend: Tamara Bowling, PMHNP discusses Spravato, TMS, and Oral Medications

How does psychiatry work? What methods help psychiatrists and psychiatric nurse practitioners decide on a diagnosis? Nick Angelis, CRNA asks Ascend Health Center’s newest NP all about mental health. [Music] ... Read more


Dr. Scaperato from Integrity Chiropractic here in Fairlawn and Nick Angelis, CRNA list their favorite supplements for digestion, mental health, a strong immune system, etc. They spend an excessive amount ... Read more

Creative Calm Coaching

Paula what is your Background in Healthcare  My background in healthcare now spans 20 years. I have worked in a variety of healthcare settings. I have been a Registered Nurse since ... Read more

Death Doula Kacie

Death Doula Kacie sat down with nurse anesthetist Nick Angelis to talk about processing death and grief without emotional trauma. PTSD is a growing problem, but how do we talk ... Read more

Inpatient Psychiatry

Dr. Amador, CEO of #SunriseVistaBehavioralHealth, shares about #psychiatric hospitalization–when it’s appropriate, how to benefit from inpatient care, and what the alternatives are. Pricey retreat centers and the “Troubled Teen Industry” came up as ... Read more

Group Therapy

What are the benefits of group therapy? Who should attend? Starting Tuesdays at 5:30pm beginning February 20th for 10 weeks, we’re hosting a growth-focused group at Ascend. Anyone can join, ... Read more

Perspectives on Pain

Dr. Scaperato and CRNA Nick Angelis talk about the causes and treatments for pain. How much of it is psychological, and if so, what’s the best treatment if a patient ... Read more


Physical Therapist Amy Mcmillan joins Ascend Health Show to talk about the top 10 causes of dizziness. If vertigo and similar symptoms affect you or someone you love, tune in ... Read more

Art Therapy

Draw something and feel better about your life. How is art therapy different from Painting with A Twist, other than less alcohol? We talk to Jenna from our friends Carve Your Own Path. She’s an accomplished psychotherapist and certified art therapist. Most of our conversation is a common theme for both of our practices: what can people do on their own so they need to visit us less frequently? When words fail us, art and creativity help us express and know ourselves–no skills required.

Rooted Pelvic Wellness

In this conversation, Nick Angeles, a nurse anesthetist, interviews Rachel Russell, an occupational therapist specializing in pelvic floor therapy. They discuss the importance of the mind-body connection in relation to pelvic floor health and overall well-being. Rachel explains that pelvic floor issues can affect both men and women and discusses various conditions she treats, such as pre and postnatal care, interstitial cystitis, and pain management. They emphasize the significance of relaxation techniques, particularly breathwork, in addressing pelvic floor dysfunction. Rachel emphasizes the long-term commitment required for pelvic floor therapy and the need for ongoing self-care.
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