Welcome to Greenbrook TMS

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Greenbrook TMS Therapy treats depression when medications are not enough.
You are not alone.


Greenbrook TMS Therapy:

-Zero downtime after treatment lets you go back to your day right away, including driving and working
-No drug-related side effects, such as weight gain or fogginess
-Conveniently located centers
-Covered by most insurance plans


Targeted treatment for Depression & OCD


Stand-alone treatment or alongside medication


Non-drug, non-sedating, and non-systemic


FDA-cleared and covered by most insurance plans

Every day, we're
helping our patients
rediscover life.

Patient Stories

Featured On Our TMS Therapy Blog

What Changes after Starting TMS Therapy?
At the basic level, depression causes changes in a person's mood and behavior. But if you've experienced depression, you know that depression can affect all facets of a person's life. People struggling with depression can find themselves having difficulty
5 Common Misconceptions About Depression
We’ve all heard the common health-related misconceptions or myths-- chocolate causes acne, carrots will improve your night vision, and cracking your knuckles gives you arthritis. Subscribing to these particular myths is relatively harmless, but other health-related misconceptions can have far more serious consequences. This is the case for depression—the myths surrounding it can prevent people from getting the help they need.
The Duality of Depression: High Functioning Depression Can be Difficult to Recognize
Can a depressed person be visually identified? Do people who suffer with depression manifest certain mannerisms, expressions or behaviors? Mainstream media has historically branded the face of depression as a person curled up in bed, sitting in a dark corner, crying themselves to sleep, or not having the energy to attend school or work. Depression does not always manifest in this overt classically characterized depiction. There are many people who struggle daily with depression, but their outward appearance and actions might not be so obvious.


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