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New rTMS Study with Westmont College

On June 12, 2017,  TheraMind Center of Santa Barbara announced our role in a collaborative clinical research project with Westmont College.  This Independent Review Board (IRB) approved study, under the direction of Westmont’s neuropsychopharmacologist, Dr. Ronald See, aims to evaluate [..]

TMS Therapy is helpful after stroke

Non-invasive brain stimulation TMS Therapy may help stroke survivors recover speech and language function, according to new research in the American Heart Association journal Stroke. tms-therapy-new-yorkFor anyone who has been a victim of a stroke, cared for a victim of [..]

Magnetic Brain Stimulation Might Aid Stroke Recovery: Study Small trial found patients had faster recovery of lost language, speech skills

TMS may bring remission in bipolar depression

By: BRUCE JANCIN, Clinical Psychiatry News Digital Network HOLLYWOOD, FLA. – Transcranial magnetic stimulation shows promise in highly treatment-resistant bipolar depression, a small observational study suggested. Most studies of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) have focused on treatment of major depressive disorder, [..]

WPTV5: Treating depression without drugs

For many people, the treatment of depression involves prescription drugs. But what happens if the pills don’t do the trick? Read more at wptv.com

The Telegraph: Magnetic pulses may help treat depression

The London Psychiatry Centre has adapted a technology known as Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, which focuses magnetic beams into the brain, to treat depression. Read more at www.telegraph.co.uk

Scientific American: Magnetic Brain Stimulation Could Ease Pain from Depression

Treating the brain with magnets went mainstream a few years ago, when the technique proved successful at relieving major depression. Now the procedure, repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), shows promise for another mysterious, hard-to-treat disorder: chronic pain. Read more at scientificamerican.com

Gainesville Sun: Device using electric pulses helping long-term depression sufferers

Elizabeth Bate used to go to bed at night praying she wouldn’t wake up in the morning. Bate has suffered from depression since 1974, the year her daughter was born, which threw Bate into postpartum depression. Read more at gainesville.com