Depression disconnects you from what matters. Family and friends. Your passions. Your life. Some mood disorders can permanently disengage parts of your brain, making it hard to see the way out. Salience uses transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), a uniquely better, non-invasive treatment for reconnecting your neural networks.
TMS safely uses MRI strength pulses to strengthen and enhance the neural networks often associated with depression. Using magnetic pulses to stimulate parts of the brain related to mood, TMS safely treats the neurological cause of depression: disengaged neural pathways.Learn More
While medications manage symptoms, Salience TMS treatment targets the networks associated with depression and mood disorders. By forming positive neural pathways, patients experience long-term, sustainable relief from their depression symptoms.Learn More
Several weeks into the treatment, my mood started to shift for the better… I was finally able to get back to the things I love: running, writing, and hanging out with friends.— John S. View More
Every connection matters. Depression occurs when your brain’s vital areas become inactive. TMS reconnects neural pathways in specific networks within the brain. More importantly, it reconnects you to your life.See how depression works
With over 250,000 treatments performed and an over 70% positive response rate, our FDA-approved treatment has a track record of reconnecting patients with their lives.
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What Does TMS Treatment Maintenance Look Like?
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is an FDA approved, effective, and proven treatment for …
What Does TMS Treatment Feel Like?
We at Salience often get many questions regarding what TMS Treatment feels like and if there are any physical or …
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