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? We are starting a new group on Wednesdays at 5PM beginning on September 13th. Groups offer a safe space for sharing ideas, helping others who are going through similar struggles and can promote social skills and group accountability. Call or text Ascend at 330-754-4844.
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.
In this hour long video, we've grouped together our second season, before we switched our name to Ascend Health Center. 1. Navigating Complex Relationships with psychotherapist Barb Vetter from Calm the Waters. 2. Healing the Microbiome with Dr. Krywiak from Integrative Health Management. 3. Don't Use your Toaster in the Bathtub with Nick Angelis, CRNA--this episode serves as a medical disclaimer for Ascend Health Show and everything we do here.
In this episode of the Ascend Health Show, Nick Angelis discusses the importance of discerning quick fixes in the context of health and mental well-being. He emphasizes the need for individuals to educate themselves and seek professional guidance before making any decisions regarding their health.
This holiday season, how will you start difficult conversations with your children? Psychotherapist Rodney Long, LISW talks about how to discuss school shootings, sex ed, and other important topics. When kids feel free to discuss challenges as they occur, it becomes easier each time. As usual, Rodney and Nick spend most of this episode of Ascend Health Show laughing at each other.
Bethany Ortlip, FNP from Practical Healing discusses functional medicine and empowering patients with Nick Angelis, CRNA. Cutting-edge TMS, ketamine infusions–or breathing and eating better? What happens when we get too obsessed with our health? Chiropractors, naturopaths, nutritionists, psychiatrists–how much is too much?
How do the frontal lobe and limbic system affect trauma? Can we “unstick” the brain from painful memories without patronizing or justifying? Victoria Gutbrod, LPCC-S from Renew Counseling Ministries here in Fairlawn, Ohio, and Nick Angelis, CRNA discuss the latest research about our complex nervous systems. The brain can be reborn, and the spiritual imagery asks all manner of thought-provoking questions about God, Xanax, and the role of psychiatric and psychedelic care.
Nurses, doctors, teachers--all of us in the helping professions are facing a crisis. What do we do? How do we maintain the fire to help people without being taken advantage of or needing to be helped ourselves? Lisa returns to the show with a full list of resources from Carve your Own Path so we can live and thrive between the extremes of martyrdom and self-indulgence.
Therapist, Yogi, and Reiki Master Lisa Shaefer, LSW, LICDC-CS, RYT-200 from Carve Your Own Path, here in Copley, discusses yoga and addiction with nurse anesthetist Nick Angelis, MSN, CRNA. There’s a continuum in mental health between simple movement and posh inpatient rehab retreat facilities. As we continue to delve deep into spiritual topics on Ascend Health Show at the Wadsworth Community Television studio, common threads emerge. You’ll recall our last guest, Sonic Shaman, today’s energy practitioner, or, for our next show, a Christian trauma counselor from our friends at Renew Counseling Ministries.
Do I need Jesus or Xanax? Nurse anesthetist Nick Angelis discusses difficult topics as a Christian and a clinician with Hank the Sonic Shaman. The medical system can't answer spiritual questions. Unmet expectations can harm our mental health, substituting truth and sincerity for shallow self-righteousness. The first step is to know ourselves. Are Psychedelic and indigenous medicines reconcilable with faith and science? What about ketamine? With so much potential to heal, can it make people worse the way marijuana hasn't lived up to the medical hype?