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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.

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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.

What is Ketamine?

Ketamine is a fast-acting anesthetic that is safe for treating chronic pain and mental health conditions. Patients suffering from depression, anxiety, alcoholism, PTSD, migraines, OCD, fibromyalgia, bipolar disorder, and other pain syndromes can find relief with ketamine treatment(s).

What is Spravato™?

SPRAVATO™, also known as esketamine, is a nasal spray that rapidly alleviates depressive symptoms and when used in conjunction with therapy, assists in rapid healing of treatment-resistant depression, major depressive disorder (MDD) and other mood disorders.

What is TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation)?

Transcranial magnetic stimulation, also know as TMS used focused magnetic pulses to improve brain activity. TMS is a clinically meaningful and effective treatment of depress (major depressive disorder). Treatment is non-invasive and does not require anesthesia.

Take the quiz below to see if Ketamine, TMS, or Spravato™ may be the right fit for you:

    Have you ever been diagnosed with major or clinical depression?

    Have you ever been diagnosed with bipolar disorder or mania?

    Have you tried two or more psychiatric medications or types of therapy in the past?

    Are you currently suffering with moderate to severe psychiatric symptoms?

    Are you open to trying a different type of treatment for your mental health and well-being?

    If you felt better, do you think it would help you to make changes in your life to improve it?

    What type of insurance do you have (if any)?

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