Conditions We Treat
- Bipolar Disorder
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a novel form of Brain Stimulation used to treat patients whose condition(s) has not improved through conventional approaches.
Read about our patients' success stories. In a series of documented case studies by Dr. Stubbeman, see the effect of TMS as a treatment solution for conditions such as depression and tinnitus.
Latest News and Research
Magnetic Brain Stimulation Helps DepressionIf you or a loved one suffers from depression and you’re having success with anti-depressants or psychotherapy, you might try something called deep Trans-cranial Magnetic Stimulation or TMS...
For Veterans Some of the Deepest Wounds Are InvisibleSixty percent of veterans returning home suffer from hearing loss, tinnitus, or auditory disorders – now considered the most prevalent injury among returning veterans. This is according to the Hearing Health Foundation.
Prevalence of tinnitus and hyperacusis in children and adolescents: a systematic reviewTo systematically review studies of the epidemiology of tinnitus and hyperacusis in children and young people, in order to determine the methodological differences implicated in the variability of prevalence estimates and the influence of population characteristics on childhood tinnitus and hyperacusis.
May Is Better Hearing Month: Tinnitus Treatment Solutions Aims to Curb Noise-Induced Hearing Loss and Ringing in EarsThis May, Better Hearing Month, audiologists at Tinnitus Treatment Solutions (TTS) are encouraging people to protect their hearing...
Brain Stimulation May Help People with Eating Disorders“Anorexia nervosa is thought to affect up to 4 per cent of women in their life-time. With increasing illness duration, anorexia becomes entrenched in the brain and increasingly difficult to treat. Our preliminary findings support the potential of novel brain-directed treatments for anorexia, which are desperately needed,” stated Kings College researcher Professor Ulrike Schmidt.
Electrical brain stimulation enhances creativity: studyResearchers from the Georgetown University Medical Centre (GUMC) in US used Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) to stimulate an area of the brain known to be associated with creativity in combination with giving test subjects verbal cues to think more creatively.
Tracking the Risks and Rewards of Transcranial Magnetic StimulationFor the first time in many years, John Elder Robison entered a sixth-floor lab at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and settled into a chair. He was there to demonstrate — although not actually repeat — a procedure known as transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS, in which electromagnetic impulses are fired into carefully targeted areas of a patient’s brain.
Penn Research Reveals Brain Region Crucial for Using Boundaries to NavigatePart of what differentiates that scene from a face or an object is the fact that it has boundaries, and University of Pennsylvania researchers Joshua Julian, Russell Epstein, Jack Ryan and Roy Hamilton aimed to parse out which part of the brain helps perceive those borders. What they learned, through two experiments involving transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS,...