Patients often feel trapped when their depression doesn’t respond to traditional methods of treatment such as pharmacology and therapy. Depression is a treatable disease. Traditional methods are not your only
The History of TMS
The use of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) on the brain has been studied in depth since the 1980s, but it’s only been since 2008 that the FDA cleared TMS as
The Impact of TMS on Sleep
Almost everyone has trouble sleeping at some point. Worries from the day can stick in your mind and keep you from taking the break your brain needs to mentally recharge.
The Cost-Effectiveness of TMS
The cost-effectiveness of TMS is a critical factor when deciding on your depression treatment options. Recovery is important, and those who are struggling with mental illness want to reach remission
Are Response Rates of TMS Related To Age? Updated 2022
Those seeking an effective treatment for depression may wonder if TMS is right for them. A common question before beginning treatment is, “Are response rates of TMS related to age?”
The Risks of TMS: Fears vs. Facts
Depression can be debilitating and difficult to manage. People who struggle with depression exhibit structural irregularities in the parts of the brain that regulate emotion, as well as abnormalities in
Can TMS Treat Generalized Anxiety?
Everyone worries sometimes. We live in a demanding world, and occasional stress is normal. But if your anxiety is acute, prolonged, or interferes with your daily life, you may be
Is TMS Painful?
Depression is so painful that people suffering with it often want nothing more than to feel better. With TMS being an increasingly popular method of treating depression, people want to
What Patients are Saying about Mid City TMS
At Mid City TMS, from managing anxiety to treating depression, our TMS treatments have proven to be extremely effective at helping people overcome depression. Here is feedback we have received
How Does TMS Work?
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a high-performance depression treatment that has been FDA-approved for over ten years. This non-invasive, non-convulsive procedure is performed during sessions that last 30 to 45