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Transcranial Magnetic Simulation

Why select TAC for your treatment?

Non-invasive With low side effects

TMS is an outpatient procedure that is well-tolerated for the majority of patients

FDA Cleared for Depression, OCD & Anxiety

TMS was FDA cleared for depression in 2008 and more recently for OCD and anxiety in depression

Covered by Most Private Providers

Most insurances will provide reimbursement for TMS as an second-line treatment

Our Approach

At TAC we are committed to providing our patients with evidenced-based interventional psychiatry procedures as part of our continuum of integrated supports. TMS has been recommended by the American Psychiatric Association since 2010 and FDA cleared since 2008 for the treatment of major depressive disorder. In 2020 Deep TMS was also cleared for treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder, and most recently anxiety in depression. Our clinic has both the MagVenture and Brainsway TMS machines ensuring our patients the widest range of FDA approved TMS treatments in the region. Our focus is the utilization of the most effective TMS technology in psychiatric medicine for depression, anxiety, and obsessive compulsive disorder. TMS works by delivering a series of repetitive, brief and highly focused magnetic pulses, used to stimulate specific neural networks in the brain associated with the condition being treated. This stimulation and strengthening these neural pathways helps restore more balanced brain activity. By coming to The Anxiety Center, you can be sure that you or your loved one will receive compassionate and effective care from experts committed to helping you achieve the best possible outcome.

Disorders that we treat

Know more about our special approach of the conditions that we treat

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Anxiety

General, Health, Social, etc.

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PANS & PANDAS

Pediatric Neuropsychiatric

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Mood Disorder

Bipolar, Depression, Disruptive

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Behavioral Disorders

Attention, Borderline, etc.

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Co-occuring

Co-occurring

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