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What is TMS Therapy?

TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) is a revolutionary therapy used to treat the symptoms of depression.

It gently stimulates the areas of the brain that cause depression symptoms.

Safe & FDA Approved

TMS is FDA Cleared and highly effective in treating depression.


You can now live free of anti-depressants and their side effects.

Covered by Insurance

Medicare and all majors insurance plans cover TMS therapy.

No Side Effects

TMS delivers depression treatment without systemic side effects.

6 Weeks to Happiness

Step 1 – Relax in our reclining TMS chair.
Step 2 – Allow the magnets to treat your depression.
Step 3 – Repeat for 6-8 weeks, less than 20 minutes per session.

In as little as 6 weeks, TMS therapy can provide you a future free of depression.

Life does get easier and it starts here, today with Success TMS.


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About Success TMS

An amazing 2 out of 3 people who undergo TMS treatment experience positive results.
At Success TMS, we strive to deliver the best medical care in the country combined with an approach dedicated to making each patient feel welcomed, loved and cared for.

We have one goal for all our patients: SUCCESS.

Meet the Team


  • How does TMS Work?
    TMS has been shown to produce changes in the activity of neurons of the limbic system, which is linked to mood regulation. The procedure consists of magnetic pulses inducing brain activity in the cells of that region. These pulses activate the limbic system cells to improve symptoms of depression. TMS is most often prescribed when other treatments for depression have not been effective.
  • Is TMS Safe?
    Yes. TMS is an FDA-approved treatment, which means it’s completely safe to administer to patients. It’s also non-invasive and virtually pain-free.
  • What are some TMS results?
    Many TMS patients experience an increase in mood, energy, and appetite, while also experiencing a reduction in anxiety. In clinical practice, nearly 70% of all patients respond to the treatment, and over 45% report remission of their depressive symptoms.
  • Who are good candidates for TMS?
    Patients who have failed to respond to antidepressants or psychotherapy are the ideal candidates for TMS. People who are not a good fit for TMS are those with metallic implants in ears or eyes, stents in the neck or brain, and other metal devices implanted in or near the head should refrain from undergoing TMS therapy.
  • What are the side effects of TMS?
    TMS therapy is a well-tolerated treatment for most patients, although it does not work for everyone. Side effects, while infrequent, can include headaches and neck pain.

Meet Dr. Lindsay Israel

Dr. Israel graduated from the University of Florida College of Medicine, General Psychiatry Residency program and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship program.

She has worked in community mental health, private practice, the HCA health system, and is a certified expert in Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) for clinical depression.

Dr. Israel has been providing TMS treatments in Florida since 2017, and has been very excited to offer her patients this non-medication, non-invasive treatment alternative which can relieve patients of the depression symptoms effectively, safely and with little to no side effects.


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