How it Works
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation is a noninvasive procedure that uses magnetic pulses—similar a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine—to awaken parts of the brain that are underactive in depressed people. .
Approximately 60% to 74% of people with depression experience a clinically meaningful response with TMS. About one-third (1/3) of these individuals experience a full remission, meaning that their symptoms go away completely.
How Safe is TMS
TMS is exceedingly safe procedure. The most common side effect is mild headaches t. A consultation to insure optimal medical safety is conducted by our Psychiatrists of medical doctor for each patient.