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News 4 Tucson: Magnetic therapy helps woman recover from depression

For 65-year-old Claudia Bradley, a trip to her psychiatrist is a journey out of the darkness. “Depression for me is like being in a dark hole,” Bradley says. “There is no sunlight and there is no end to the darkness [..]


WOWK 13: South Charleston doctor treats depression without pills

  “Major depression, I didn’t even want to be around myself, that’s how bad it was,” said Kathy Abbot. Kathy Abbot describes her old life; before she started getting Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation or TMS therapy to treat her depression…that’s when [..]


WFAA: Clinic using magnet therapy to treat depression

A few months ago, even a trip to the park with her little boy would’ve been a chore for 37-year-old Lelah Harwood, because of depression. “It’s affected everything,” Harwood said. “Relationships, jobs — every part of my life.” Read more [..]


48 News: TMS helps patients with depression

A popping noise is heard at Asbury Family Counseling Center in Madison.  A gentleman sits in a chair with a device the size of a cupped hand on the side of his head.  This is the sound of progress when [..]


Wisconsin State Journal: New form of depression therapy

A new brain stimulation therapy for depression is coming to Madison this week. Transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS, uses a magnetic coil positioned on the head to activate targeted brain cells. Read more at host.madison.com