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TMS Therapy

If your depression symptoms aren’t responding to medication or talk therapy, TMS Therapy might be right for you.

✓ Covered by insurance
✓ Painless and non-invasive
✓ Provides long-term relief

Book by Phone (720) 446-5775 Free TMS Consultation
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What is TMS Therapy?

FDA-Approved Depression Treatment

TMS is a technological breakthrough in depression treatment. It utilizes MRI strength magnetic pulses to stimulate areas of the brain that are underactive in patients with depression.

Covered by Insurance

TMS therapy is covered under most health insurance plans.

Non-Invasive

TMS is non-systemic (not through the whole body like medication) and non-invasive (not entering the body).

No Changes in Daily Activities

TMS does not require anesthesia or sedation, so patients can resume normal daily activities following each treatment. Treatment typically lasts for about 20 minutes.

Testimonials

Patient Success Stories

I received 36 treatments of TMS at BestMind. I am so grateful to Dr. Olsen for his care and treating me with TMS, which has helped me so much with my depression and anxiety. I appreciated that the clinic worked with my insurance, was flexible with my appointment times, and they made sure that I was comfortable during my treatments. But most importantly they were ALWAYS incredibly kind. TMS has changed my life and I highly recommend the team at BestMind Behavioral Health.
P.A.
TMS PATIENT
BestMind Behavioral Health treated me with extreme kindness and exceptional care. The staff was incredibly friendly and I felt very comfortable at each one of my sessions. They were flexible with my scheduling and allowed me to work my treatments around my time.
G.W.
TMS PATIENT

Is TMS Therapy Right For Me?

TMS may be recommended to patients who have tried prescription antidepressants without achieving the desired outcome or result. TMS therapy may or may not be prescribed along with drug therapy.

✓ Have you taken more than 1 antidepressant medication?

✓ Have medications failed to provide adequate relief from your depression symptoms?

✓ Have you experienced side effects from medication that outweigh the benefits?

If you answered yes to any of the above, it may be time to speak with a provider about TMS therapy.

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Effective Depression Treatment in 3 Easy Steps

Our providers are committed to providing quick, convenient and comfortable treatment sessions so you can get back to living your best life.

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Step 1: Recline

Treatment will take place at a BestMind location in one of our comfortable reclining TMS chairs.

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Step 2: Relax

Treatment lasts for 20 minutes. You will be fully awake and able to drive home afterward.

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Step 3: Repeat

Treatment is prescribed 5 days per week for 4-6 weeks for long-term relief from MDD and TRD.

TMS therapy is covered under most insurance plans, so treatment is easy and affordable.

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Anthem BCBS
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Cofinity
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First Health Network
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Humana
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United Healthcare
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Kaiser Permanente
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Medicare

How is TMS therapy different from depression medication?

TMS differs from traditional drug therapy because it uses MRI-strength magnetic pulses targeted only to specific regions of the brain that are known to be under-active in those diagnosed with major-depressive disorder or treatment-resistant depression. TMS activates and raises the levels of neurotransmitters in the brain – and can be used in conjunction with medication or as a stand-alone treatment.

Does TMS therapy hurt?

No, TMS therapy is typically regarded as painless, although few patients have reported mild discomfort during treatment.

Is there a recovery period after receiving TMS therapy?

There is no recovery time after TMS therapy - you may drive home from your session.

Is TMS the same as shock therapy?

No, TMS is quite different from shock therapy. Shock therapy sends electric currents into the brain to trigger a "reset,” while TMS therapy uses magnetic energy to stimulate specific areas of the brain in order to relieve depression symptoms.

Think TMS Therapy is right for you? Contact us today to get started.

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