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NIMH Seeks Participants for fMRI Clinical Study

The National Institute of Mental Health is currently recruiting participants for a clinical study to see if using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to guide repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) helps locate the best area for treatment and to explore [..]


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 Featured in April 2017 Oprah “O” Magazine

Transcranial magnetic stimulations (TMS) is featured in this month’s Oprah “O” Magazine titled, “A Twinge of Relief”. The article notes the 2008 FDA approval of TMS for mildly treatment-resistant depression and outlines standard treatment information by Dr. Stephen Taylor, MD [..]


Greatday Houston Features Special on “No Pill, No Surgery, TMS Depression Therapy”

With May being Depression Awareness month, Greatday Houston, a daily KHOU talk show, featured NeuroStar TMS Depression Therapy on their May 18, 2015 Medical Monday series. Guests included Dr. Cathy Hart, Medical Director of a local TMS Therapy Center, and [..]


TMS—A New Technology is Zapping Depression

This month, Fox 40, WFTX-TV in Fort Myers, Florida featured special news coverage on TMS therapy and one women’s life changing experience. The special report was called “Latest Technology ‘Zaps’ Depression”. Diagnosed at 13 with medical depression, Jessica felt isolated, constant sadness [..]


TMS Therapy—How Depression Can be Treated Without Drugs

NewsChannel 3 in Virginia recently featured a medical segment on treating depression without drugs. The special, “Can Depression Be Treated Without Drugs?” documented a 35-year old patient and local newspaper reporter from Peninsula who suffered from depression most of her adult life, [..]


How Magnetic Pulses Can Help Depression Sufferers

WOSU, an Ohio State University radio station, recently featured Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, TMS, as a new depression treatment option that is showing success among some who have struggled with mental illness for years. The show and article highlights one patient’s [..]


US News and World Report Highlights TMS Treatment and One Woman’s Success Story

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation therapy continues to receive great media exposure as more and more success stories are shared. A recent December 15, 2014 Us News and World Report article detailed one patient’s success story and how transcranial magnetic stimulation, or [..]


Magnetic stimulation gains in depression treatment – Chicago Tribune Article

A machine that sends magnetic pulses into a patient’s brain has become the new frontier of depression treatment, promising to ease symptoms for those who have found little relief from medication or talk therapy. The treatment, known as transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS, is part of a wave of technologies that attempt to jolt the brain back to health. It caught on quickly after the Food and Drug Administration approved its use six years ago, and more than 25 Chicago-area hospitals and psychiatrists now use TMS devices.


WNEP 16 – Treating Depression Without Medication

Drug-free treatment for depression