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Make the right choice for your life and future and say “NO” to Depression and “YES” to a TMS clinic near you.

As the only trusted, comprehensive online TMS resource and clinic directory, let us help you find a TMS clinic near you. Reconnect with the world. This life-giving treatment can bring about long-term relief from debilitating symptoms. It’s time to stop letting life pass you by.

What are the Benefits of TMS Therapy?

(transcranial magnetic stimulation)

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TMS offers long-term remission from depression

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TMS does not cause any systemic side effects

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TMS does not require any sedation or medications

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TMS is an easy 3-to-36-minute treatment with no downtime

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TMS therapy is covered by most insurance plans

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TMS stands for transcranial magnetic stimulation, and is FDA-approved for the treatment of major depressive disorder (MDD) and obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).

TMS is an effective treatment when medications have not been effective or when side effects are intolerable. Unlike medications, TMS does not cause undesired systemic side effects and offers long-term remission from symptoms.

FDA-approved TMS Therapy Systems are covered by most health plans, including Medicare and Tricare.

TMS is free from side effects often associated with antidepressant medications. The most common side effects include temporary discomfort at or near the treatment site and headache. These symptoms typically resolves after the first few treatment sessions.

How Much Will TMS Therapy Cost Me?

TMS is covered by most commercial and government insurance?

TMS is covered by most insurance plans for the treatment of major depressive disorder when medications and therapy have been ineffective. Some insurances are beginning to cover TMS for other conditions, such as obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), but it is recommended to always check with your specific plan prior to starting TMS treatment. A prior authorization is often required, which is generally obtained by your TMS clinic provider.

Your out-of-pocket cost for TMS therapy treatment?

Your out-of-pocket will depend on your insurance deductible, visit copay and/or coinsurance under your mental health plan. It is important to determine how much of your deductible and maximum out-of-pocket has been met with your plan prior to starting TMS treatment. You may be responsible for the remainder of your deductible and any copay or coinsurance that is applicable until your maximum annual out-of-pocket is met.

When TMS therapy is not covered by your insurance?

TMS therapy is not typically covered by insurance when receiving treatment for conditions that are not yet FDA-approved. TMS treatment is also not covered by insurance for patients with the following active conditions and/or disorder: substance use disorder, eating disorder, seizure disorder, and various other neurological conditions. If your TMS doctor offers the SAINT treatment protocol (theta burst), you should check with your insurance plan to be sure this treatment protocol is covered. Theta burst is an accelerated TMS treatment protocol that significantly shortens the treatment time to a few days as opposed to the standard treatment, which is a total of 20-36 treatment sessions over a period of approximately 4-6 weeks. Some insurances cover specific theta burst protocols, such as the SAINT.

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