Greenbrook TMS NeuroHealth Centers was recently featured in an article from the Frederick News-Post out of Frederick, Maryland. The article profiles one of our patients, Liz Buckman. Liz, originally an Arlington resident, had been suffering from depression and anxiety for much of her life. She had tried different medications and other forms of therapy. She even moved away from her home town to see if a that might help. But even after her move, she was still experiencing the depressive symptoms that had troubled her for so long. At one point, she decided she had enough and needed to find a way to feel better. She recalls that “One day, I looked in the mirror and just thought, ‘I can’t do my life anymore. It was too much. I looked in the mirror and thought, ‘I’m either going to explode or die, or I’m going to have to rebuild myself.’”
It wasn't until her doctor recommended that she try Trancranial Magnetic Therapy (TMS Therapy) that Liz was able to find relief. Like many of our patients, she started experiencing a lessening of her symptoms about halfway through her treatment period (a typical treatment takes place over the course of 4-6 weeks).
Now, Liz is feeling better than ever. She says that “Suddenly I can feel joy. I have joy in my life that I didn’t feel before.” We applaud Liz for sharing her story and seeking out help.
If you or a loved one has been suffering from depression and found that medication has not helped, TMS Therapy may be right for you. Schedule your free consultation today.
If Covid-19 and social isolation are heightening your symptoms of depression, Greenbrook TMS therapy may be able to help. At Greenbrook, we specialize in TMS therapy — an FDA-cleared, non-invasive treatment for treatment-resistant depression and OCD without harmful side effects. See if TMS therapy is right for you by clicking here to take a brief assessment: