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What is neuronavigated
TMS treatment?

Neuronavigated TMS treatment (nTMS) is computerised treatment targeting that uses a computer and sensors to ensure the coil is always placed in the right spot. We are the first multisite network to offer nTMS treatment.

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How neuronavigated TMS treatment works?

  • Head is mapped by a computer and sophisticated sensors.
  • The computer targets the same spot each time and tells the clinician when the placement is correct.
  • Your measurements are taken once and stored for each session.

How TMS treatment is usually measured?

  • A pen and ruler marks your scalp.
  • Clinician makes the measurements and places the coil based on the pen marking.
  • Must be remeasured every session.

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Want to see if you are eligible for TMS?

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