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TMS: Blending human connection with science-based care in treating your depression.

What is TMS?

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a safe, non-invasive treatment, cleared by the FDA, to help treat depression in patients who have not found relief with standard treatments.

TMS works by using short, magnetic impulses to stimulate underactive nerve cells in brain regions known to regulate mood, helping to reset brain chemistry.

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Partners in Your TMS Journey

Our Team

Our Team

From our patient navigator, who eases the paperwork process with a “heart-led, mind-driven” approach, to our dedicated team of providers and technicians, we provide you with the best possible care. We believe in treating you as a whole person, not just your diagnosis

Meet some of our technicians who will be your daily contact, providing personalized service through the 6-week treatment now.


Our TMS treatment remission rates for depression collectively are significantly higher than that of published studies. In fact, during 2021*:

  • 71.07% of our patients responded with at least a 50% improvement in depressive symptoms
  • 60.78% of our patients experienced remission in depressive symptoms
*Mindpath Health, Jan-Dec 2021, 204 patients; clinical outcomes may vary by patient characteristics, treatment, and other factors.


TMS as a brain stimulation treatment is truly innovative in the neuroscience field and can be a hopeful solution for your mental health care.

We want to provide the best in clinical TMS, but we also want to do more – we are propelling the field forward by doing research to optimize TMS outcomes. To learn more, email us here.

Hear from Our TMS Patients & Providers

Click below to learn about our patient and provider experiences with TMS, and how they have seen the real hope TMS can offer for hard-to-treat depression.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is TMS safe?

Yes, treatment is safe, FDA-cleared, and non-invasive. TMS takes place in our comfortable offices, does not require anesthesia, and you can resume normal activities immediately.

Is it painful?

For most patients, TMS does not hurt. Once the machine is operating, you may hear clicking sounds and feel tapping sensations on your forehead.

Am I a good candidate?

To qualify for TMS you must meet these 3 criteria:

  1. Have any Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) without psychotic features
  2. Tried and failed at least two antidepressants
  3. Have history of evidence-based psychotherapy (doesn’t have to be current)
What should I expect?

To undergo TMS, you will first receive a consultation with our patient navigator to determine your specific needs. If you are qualified as a candidate, you will proceed to a clinical evaluation before starting treatment, which consists of 36 sessions, 20-40 min per session.

Is it right for me?

TMS can be a helpful form of supplementary therapy if you have not found relief from other treatments. However, TMS should not be used, if you have:

  • A history of seizures
  • Any metal implants in or near your head
  • Any electronic devices in your head or body (such as a pacemaker)
  • Been diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Experienced any psychosis or neurological conditions
  • Active suicidal ideations
  • Current alcohol or drug abuse
Are there side effects?

While side effects are possible, most are mild and should diminish after each session. These may include: 

  • Headache 
  • Discomfort near treatment area 
  • Tingling, spasms, or twitching of facial muscles 
  • Lightheadedness 
How will I know that it is working?

If TMS works for you, you will see your symptoms improve or even go away completely. This may take a few weeks into or after treatment.

Does TMS treat anything other than depression?

Yes, TMS can also help with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), and smoking addiction. Currently, only select locations offer to treat these conditions.

Do all locations offer TMS?

Currently, TMS is offered in California and North Carolina. Call 855-501-1004 with questions.

Does insurance cover TMS?

Yes, TMS is covered by most insurances and varies by state. Call 855-501-1004 with questions.

Where can I find more information?

Call 855-501-1004 with your questions or visit “Resources” below.

How can I get started?

Complete the Schedule a Consultation form below and a team member will be in touch shortly.

Schedule a Consultation

To see if you are a candidate for TMS, please complete the form below to schedule a consultation. If you have questions or concerns, call 855-501-1004.

TMS Resources

What a Typical TMS Treatment Looks Like

Anyone considering Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) will likely have a ton of questions about what to expect during their treatment series. Here is a quick overview of the process

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Common Questions About Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a safe, non-invasive treatment for people ages 18 years and older who have been diagnosed with major depressive disorder.

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Partnering with your doctor on TMS

Partnering with Your Doctor on TMS

Anyone considering Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) will likely have a ton of questions about what to expect during their treatment series. Here is a quick overview of the process

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