TMS

Conquer depression. Control obsessive thoughts and behaviors. Ease anxiety symptoms. TMS has been proven to effectively treat depression, anxious depression, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. It is offered in our Port St. Lucie, Florida office. 

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Deep TMS

What is TMS?

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) has been FDA-cleared and clinically proven to improve symptoms for treatment-resistant patients with depression. It is non-invasive and there are no systemic side effects commonly associated with medication.

TMS directly targets areas of the brain responsible for mood, stimulating activity that has been shown to alleviate the symptoms of certain mental health conditions. Years of safety data support non-invasive TMS treatment.

  • FDA-Cleared & Clinically Proven Treatment for Depression
  • Targets Areas of the Brain Affected by Depression
  • Safe, Non-Invasive Treatment

How Does TMS Work?

A trained technician will ensure you are seated comfortably, carefully place the helmet on your head, and administer the painless treatment.

You simply relax while electromagnetic impulses are delivered directly to the area of the brain that can stimulate dopamine release.

There is no downtime: You can resume daily activities immediately after each treatment session.

  • Sit Comfortably in Our Chair
  • Relax while Receiving the Painless Treatment
  • Resume Daily Activities

How Do I Get Started with TMS?

Before your TMS appointment, you will have a free consultation to determine if treatment is appropriate for you. We will also verify your insurance coverage. For your first appointment, our physician will conduct a medical screening.

Once cleared for treatment, a treatment plan will be customized to your specific needs. Sessions are about 20 minutes and you are able to drive afterward.

  • Have a Free Consultation with our Physician
  • We Verify Your Insurance
  • Treatment Begins

What Our Clients Say

“When I was introduced to TMS, I was skeptical yet intrigued. After the first week of my treatment, I began to notice how my sleep patterns had changed for the better.

As I entered my third week of TMS, I felt like a fog had been lifted completely. Things were looking up, and my perception of my personal problems did not hold the same weight it had used to.

I’m truly grateful I took the suggestion and started TMS. It’s genuinely improved all aspects of my life. Today, I look forward to waking up and tackling each day the best I can.

Thank you, iMind. for allowing me to be the best version of myself.”

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Kevin D.

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