Need help with your depression? Get results with TMS therapy. Contact or visit Success TMS in Greenfield, Wisconsin.
Even though depression is a treatable mental illness, the standard treatments don’t work for everyone. If you’ve tried traditional depression treatments, such as medication and lifestyle changes, but haven’t felt any benefits, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy might be just what you need.
In partnership with American Behavioral Clinics, Hope Peace Recovery Treatment Centers in Greenfield, Wisconsin offers TMS therapy, a treatment with a proven track record of success in treating depression. More than 2,150,000 sessions of TMS have been provided to over 69,000 people, and this treatment could help you too.
American Behavioral Clinics (ABC) has established a reputation of providing caring and compassionate psychiatric and behavioral health services. We are committed to quality care with specialized services that provide a full continuum of psychiatric & behavioral health care.
TMS is a non-invasive and drug-free depression treatment. In a TMS therapy session, a technician places an electromagnetic coil gently on your head. They switch the TMS device on, and the coil sends magnetic pulses to the prefrontal cortex of your brain.
TMS therapy works by using this electromagnetic energy to stimulate your prefrontal cortex. This part of the brain regulates mood. In someone with depression, it’s less active than normal. TMS stimulates the prefrontal cortex and improves how it regulates mood.
Our patient testimonials prove that TMS therapy is a very effective treatment for depression!
TMS is different from other treatments in three significant ways:
TMS therapy is an effective depression treatment for people who:
Anti-depressants help many people, but they don’t work for everyone. If you don’t benefit from medication or can’t tolerate the side effects, TMS could be a viable option.
There are other depression treatments like deep brain stimulation, vagus nerve stimulation, and electroconvulsive therapy. But these involve invasive surgery or unpleasant procedures, and require anesthesia. TMS therapy is effective, non-invasive, and doesn’t require anesthesia.
Fewer than 5% of patients stop having TMS therapy because of side effects. The most common side effect is discomfort at or near the treatment site while the treatment is happening. This discomfort usually subsides after around a week of treatment.
Most TMS patients notice improvements in their mood within two or three weeks of starting treatment. Some notice positive results even earlier than this!
TMS therapy provides long-term benefits, but you may need booster treatments once in a while to stay free from your symptoms. If you need them, it’s likely that only a few consecutive sessions a year will be necessary. In most cases, insurance covers booster treatments.
TMS has documented success treating medication-resistant depression, so most insurers cover the procedure. If you’re not sure about your insurance, get in touch with Sucess TMS Treatment Centers around Milwaukee for a complimentary insurance verification. Call us at 855-943-3232 to confirm your insurance pre-approval.
Your first appointment at Sucess TMS Treatment Centers is an assessment with two parts. First, you’ll spend 15 minutes completing paperwork, and then you’ll meet with our psychiatrist for up to 45 minutes.
At the meeting the psychiatrist will review your medical and mental health history and answer any questions you have about the treatment. Be sure to ask questions and mention any concerns you have. We want to help you make a confident decision about your treatment!
When you become our patient, we’ll give you a written schedule of all your appointments, so you can make any accommodations you need to.
The full course of treatment is typically up to six weeks, with up to five sessions a week, then three weeks of treatments at a less frequent rate.
Most people who have depression are eligible for TMS therapy. The main issue that might disqualify someone is the presence of non-removable metal in the head or face. This can be a problem because the metal may react unfavorably with magnetic energy. Non-removable mental can include:
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Many people who visit the Sucess TMS Treatment Centers in Milwaukee live in or near the city. Getting to our Layton Avenue location is a 15- to 20-minute drive from the city center.
The main airport in Milwaukee is General Mitchell International Airport. From the airport, a drive of 10 to 20 minutes will get you to the Sucess TMS Treatment Centers location on Layton Avenue.