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What is TMS treatment?

TMS treatment (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) is a safe & effective treatment for depression, used by psychiatrists all over the world.

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What is TMS treatment?

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation,
TMS treatment or  rTMS is a safe and effective depression treatment. It uses a magnetic field  to activate the parts of your brain associated with positive mood.
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Contactless payment
Virtual waiting room
Optional Telehealth consultations
Cloud-based practise management
Contactless payment
Virtual waiting room
Optional Telehealth consultations

How does TMS treatment work?

The areas of a depressed brain associated with positive mood (the prefrontal cortex & limbic system) are less active in a depressed brain compared to a healthy brain. Naturally stimulating these areas with a magnet, may reactive them & reduce or eliminate depression symptoms

How does TMS treatment work?

The areas of a depressed brain associated with positive mood (the prefrontal cortex & limbic system) are less active in a depressed brain compared to a healthy brain. Naturally stimulating these areas with a magnet, may reactive them & reduce or eliminate depression symptoms
Cloud-based practise management
Contactless payment
Virtual waiting room
Optional Telehealth consultations

How effective is TMS treatment?

TMS treatment is more than twice as  effective as a third antidepressant¹²
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58%
37%
TMS
13%
14%
3rd Antidepressant
58%
37%
TMS
13%
14%
3rd Antidepressant

How effective is TMS treatment?

TMS treatment is more than twice as  effective as a third antidepressant¹²
58%
37%
TMS
13%
14%
3rd Antidepressant
Response
Remission
Rush 2006, Carpenter 2012

Does TMS treatment have any side effects?

Antidepressants

Weight gain
Sexual dysfunction
Sedation
Constipation
Insomnia
Dry Mouth
Emotional blunting
Rare mania

ECT

Memory loss
Confusion
Nausea
Headache
Muscle soreness

TMS

Tiredness
Mild headache
Scalp discomfort
Rare mania

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Can TMS cause seizures?

There is a rare risk of seizure, which is the same as many antidepressants.⁵ You will be screened for seizure risk factors and will not start treatment unless it is safe to do so.
TMS
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Antidepressants
0% - .4%

Montgomery 2005, Stultz et al 2020

How many sessions does
TMS treatment need?

A full course of TMS takes place over 4-6 weeks.

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30 minute sessions
3-6 visits per week
30 sessions in an acute course
20 sessions to determine a response
Maintenance Usually 1 per week or fortnight

Is TMS treatment the same as
“that shock therapy”?

That shock therapy is called ECT, or electroconvulsive therapy. ECT is an effective, evidence-based treatment for depression but has severe side effects due to applying electricity directly to your brain. TMS treatment also stimulates the brain but with a magnetic field that sets off your neurons off rather than directly stimulating them with electricity, meaning you have an effective treatment without any severe side effects. After TMS you can drive away straight after and go about your day.

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1. Rush, A. John, et al. "Acute and longer-termoutcomes in depressed outpatients requiring one or several treatment steps: aSTAR* D report." American Journal of Psychiatry16 3.11 (2006):1905-1917. 2. Carpenter,L. L., 1. Malhi, G. S., Bassett, D., Boyce, P., Bryant, R., Fitzgerald, P. B., Fritz, K., ... & Singh, A. B. (2015). Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists clinical practice guidelines for mood disorders. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 49(12), 1087-1206. 2. Rush, A. John, et al. "Acute and longer-term outcomes in depressed outpatients requiring one or several treatment steps: a STAR* D report." American Journal of Psychiatry163.11 (2006): 1905-1917. 3. Carpenter, L. L., Janicak, P. G., Aaronson, S. T., Boyadjis, T., Brock, D. G., Cook, I. A., ... & Demitrack, M. A. (2012). Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) for major depression: a multisite, naturalistic, observation nal study of acute treatment outcomes in clinical practice. Depression and anxiety, 29(7), 587-596. 4. Rossi, S., Hallett, M., Rossini, P. M., Pascual-Leone, A., & Safety of TMS Consensus Group. (2009). Safety, ethical considerations, and application guidelines for the use of transcranial magnetic stimulation in clinical practice and research. Clinical neurophysiology, 120(12), 2008-2039. 5. Stultz, D. J., Osburn, S., Burns, T., Pawlowska-Wajswol, S., & Walton, R. (2020). Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Safety with Respect to Seizures: A Literature Review. Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, 16, 2989Janicak, P. G., Aaronson, S. T., Boyadjis, T., Brock, D. G., Cook, I.A., ... & Demitrack, M. A. (2012). Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) for major depression: a multisite, naturalistic, observational study of acute treatment outcomes in clinical practice. Depression and anxiety, 29(7),587-596.