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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
Experience real relief with safe and effective TMS treatment.

TMS uses a magnetic pulse on the scalp to stimulate brain regions responsible for mood. By boosting activity in these areas, TMS allows new neural connections to form, giving patients with treatment-resistant depression the ability to think and feel differently.

A simple, straightforward process
1. Intake & Preparation

You may be referred to Heading for TMS treatment by your psychiatrist, or reach out to us directly for a consultation to determine your eligibility. TMS is typically prescribed for patients with hard-to-treat depression, who have not responded to oral antidepressants.

2. In-Person Consultation

Visit our treatment center for your in-person consultation. During this 1-hour session, you and a Heading clinician will discuss your history, current symptoms, and treatment options, including TMS. After scheduling your first session, you’ll tour the facility and meet other Heading staff.

3. Personalized Treatment

TMS treatment typically consists of 20-minute sessions that occur 5 days a week over a 6-week period. During sessions, you’ll relax in the treatment chair wearing a helmet that contains a magnetic coil. The technician will administer the stimulation to your scalp to target precise areas of the brain.

The science behind TMS

TMS uses a magnet similar to what’s used in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to stimulate neuron activity in underactive areas of the brain associated with depression. By sending repeated pulses to these specific areas of the brain, TMS “trains” neurons in those areas to fire differently and create new, healthier connections.

TMS has been shown to be effective for treatment-resistant depression, as well as for a range of other mental health conditions, including PTSD, generalized anxiety disorder, OCD, and smoking cessation.

Begin your journey

Interested in learning more? We offer two ways to get started:

  1. Get referred by your doctor or therapist

    Discuss our services with your provider and have them reach out.

  2. Schedule your consultation

    Complete our consultation form and an intake specialist will reach out.

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