Greenbrook TMS Therapy is a non-invasive, non-drug treatment using FDA-cleared TMS devices indicated for individuals diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), otherwise called Depression who have failed to received satisfactory improvement from anti-depressant medication.
TMS Therapy is contraindicated in individuals with implanted metallic devices or non-removable metallic objects in or around the head.
The Greenbrook TMS Therapy process ensures the highest quality of patient care. Once you fill out a Consultation Form or receive a referral from your Doctor, we will reach out to schedule your Complimentary Consultation. During the Consultation, a Greenbrook Patient Consultant will meet with you to learn your medical history and insurance information. Patients who are ready to begin treatment will then meet a Greenbrook Psychiatrist for a Pre-Assessment, during which the Psychiatrist will determine your candidacy for TMS Therapy. Viable candidates will then begin their treatment.
Have a question about TMS therapy, depression, or mental illness? Use #AskGreenbrookTMS on any social media channel to submit your question. Our care team will post answers to the most frequently asked questions.
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I'm on medication but I'm still depressed. Should I try TMS?
I'm not depressed, but I've been sad for a long time. Can TMS help me?