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
Comparison between neurostimulation techniques rapid transcranial magnetic stimulation vs electroconvulsive therapy for the treatment of resistant depression: patient preference and cost-effectivenessAim: The most effective treatment alternatives for TRD are hospitalization, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). Here we compared the clinical effectiveness of ECT and TMS, including success rates...
Mental health: Teens test magnetic therapy for treatment-resistant depressionShe is one of 11 adolescents who have participated in Monash Health's study of a therapy called repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS). They are still recruiting and aim to reach 40 participants before tallying the results.
Magnetic therapy treatment may significantly improve tinnitus symptomsMagnetic therapy treatment may significantly improve tinnitus symptoms. Already being used for patients with depression, transcranial magnetic therapy (TMT) may also benefit those with tinnitus.
TMS Treatments for Depression are on “Front Page”, with host James Earl Jones for Public TelevisionIn an engrossing upcoming segment of "Front Page", with host James Earl Jones (Star Wars), a team of experts in the field of psychology will explain TMS treatments for depression and how it compares to other treatments
Magnets offer hope for major depression; study underway with youthBeacon Medical Group in South Bend is one of ten sites nationwide now testing transcranial magnetic stimulation on adolescents between the ages of 12 and 21. TMS is already FDA-approved for people 21 and older.
Danbury Woman Shines Light On Non-Invasive Treatment For DepressionDanbury resident Martha Rhodes knows firsthand how difficult it is to beat depression. And now Rhodes is bringing awareness to a non-invasive treatment for depression called Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation.
Transcranial direct current stimulation may activate the human cerebral cortex, study showsThe notion that low levels of electrical stimulation applied to the scalp, barely enough to create a mild tingling sensation, could activate the brain is a relatively new and somewhat controversial idea.
Stimulating possibilities arise from brain studyThe University of Queensland and QIMR Berghofer scientists have found that transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) can alter activity beyond the stimulated region and throughout the connected networks of the brain.