Looking for a Cure for Depression? TMS Therapy is the New Treatment to Try

Every year, 9.5% of U.S. adults suffer from depression – this statistic is nothing to take likely, but there is light at the end of the tunnel, as this number can be reduced with mental health services and solutions. That said, mental health is on the minds of many, and with new technology emerging, there are opportunities for those suffering from mental health illnesses to approach the recovery process in a new light.

A New Horizon Awaits

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, or TMS therapy, is an FDA-approved treatment that has proven to be effective when others have failed or did not help as much as required. TMS for depression is a revolutionary treatment which stimulates the prefrontal cortex of the brain, the area which controls depression and mood. Using highly targeted, non-invasive, painless repetitive magnetic pulses, TMS treatment is changing lives, and in many cases, saving them.

Comfort is Key

While prescribed medication is beneficial to some with depression, many anti depression myths are out there, claiming that a pill is a cure-all. Even if medicines do help, the depression may linger. And if medications are completely ineffective, patients long for an alternative. There’s no longer a reason to give up – there is a solution that has proven successful.

TMS therapy is the answer, delivered in a soothing environment, using equipment similar in strength to an MRI machine. More than 80% of patients at NeuroSpa TMS have responded well to this treatment – a stunning statistic. Treatment lasts less than 20 minutes per session, leaving room in the day for all the to-dos and activities. This non-invasive form of treatment is a peaceful escape that feels relaxing and rejuvenating.

Are You Dealing with Depression?

Women are diagnosed at twice the rate of men when it comes to depression. Although this is the case, the mental disorder does not discriminate. Anyone can suffer from depression at any age, no matter their socio-economic status, ethnicity, gender, etc. While onset is most prevalent in one’s mid-20s, depression can hit at any time, be it for an identifiable reason or out of the blue.

If you are depressed, it is time to do something about it. The stigma surrounding mental health makes many people keep their depression hidden, which only makes the problem more profound. There is nothing shameful about this common struggle, and the sooner it is recognized, the better chance for a cure.

Is TMS Like ECT?

Electroconvulsive therapy, ECT is more invasive than TMS for depression. The difference between TMS and ECT is that ECT can have side effects, such as memory problems and cognition difficulties. Plus, TMS does not require sedation, there is no post-treatment downtime, and is safe and effective.

NeuroSpa TMS Therapy Centers for Treating Depression

 At NeuroSpa TMS Therapy Centers, we treat our patients with the utmost care. The spa-like atmosphere is inviting and relaxing. Our experts are well-trained in TMS treatment.

We encourage you to see a professional to get a proper diagnosis. Working with a mental health specialist can give you the tools and techniques to overcome your depression, along with this innovative TMS therapy treatment.

We have several locations throughout Florida for your convenience and accept many major health insurance plans. More than 2 million treatments have been successfully administered at NeuroSpa TMS Therapy Centers, with patients seeing improvements in their depression, more than half of whom have achieved complete remission.

This blog post is meant to be educational in nature and does not replace the advice of a medical professional. See full disclaimer.

Works Cited


The Johns Hopkins University, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Johns Hopkins Health System. (n.d.). Mental Health Disorder Statistics. Johns Hopkins Medicine. https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/wellness-and-prevention/mental-health-disorder-statistics#:~:text=Approximately%209.5%25%20of%20American%20adults%20ages%2018%20and,women%20are%20equally%20likely%20to%20develop%20bipolar%20disorder 

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