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During treatment, magnetic pulses are delivered through a magnetic coil to stimulate nerve cells in the part of the brain controlling the mood. Repeated stimulation of this area of the brain can have an antidepressant effect on people suffering from Major Depressive Disorder (MDD). TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) therapy has been recommended by the American Psychiatric Association since 2010 for treatment of major depressive disorder.

It may furthermore be used as an adjunct treatment of adult patients suffering from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).

TMS - transcranial magnetic stimulation therapy
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  •   An alternative to antidepressants
  •   Series of pulsed magnetic stimuli to the brain
  •   FDA cleared for the treatment of MDD
  •   FDA cleared for adjunct treatment of OCD
  •   Non-invasive treatment – no anesthesia
  •   Free from common antidepressant drug side effects
  •   Does not affect cognitive function and is not to be confused with ECT (Electro Convulsive 
  •   Patients are able to resume daily activities right after treatment
  •   May be used with or without antidepressant (determined by physician)
  •   For use in outpatient settings

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Clinical TMS courses

Several courses are available to help you stay updated on the latest within the clinical field of TMS. Not only are the courses held at top-ranking universities, where you are taught by world-renowned neuroscience researchers, you also get a chance to network with your peers around the world.  

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Caution: TMS treatment may not be effective or appropriate for all patients. Even though TMS has few side effects compared to antidepressants, additional side effects may occur. Treatment should only be carried out by a licensed physician or trained technicians supervised by physicians. Please consult MagVenture and relevant scientific literature to learn more about the treatment and any potential risks.

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Dr. Simon Patry, University Institute of Mental Health, Quebec, canada

TMS is a safe, secure and effective treatment with few secondary effects and no deleterious effects in the brain.

Read full interview here.

Customer testimonial:

I was astonished with the results for treatment-resistant depression. A significant number of people got better.

Dr. Rustin Berlow, American Brain Stimulation Clinic, California

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