Does TMS Therapy Have Side Effects?

TMS, or Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, is a safe, non-invasive, and effective treatment that uses MRI-strength pulses to treat the cause of mood disorders like depression. There are little to no side effects of TMS therapy. If patients do experience side effects, the most common ones that patients tend to experience are: Nausea Mild Headaches Mental…

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What Does TMS Treatment Maintenance Look Like?

Patient sitting in TMS Therapy Chair Treating

What Does TMS Treatment Maintenance Look Like? Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is an FDA approved, effective, and proven treatment for treatment-resistant depression. Salience TMS Neuro Solutions remains on the cutting edge of TMS treatment with demonstrated, successful results for patients completing treatment. Additionally, we are committed to helping patients beyond their original treatment course with…

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What Does TMS Treatment Feel Like?

Psychiatrist explaining TMS to a patient

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 lingering side effects. The short answer? TMS Treatment is well-tolerated, low risk, and there are no known long-term side effects. In reading more about TMS treatment, you’ll see why…

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6 Myths about TMS Treatment Debunked

Myths about TMS Treatment – Facts about TMS Treatment – TMS Treatment Info – Salience TMS Neuro Solutions

Myth #1. TMS Treatment is not covered by insurance and cost too much. TMS Treatment is widely covered by most of the major insurance companies out there. At Salience TMS, we accept most major insurance providers. Cost of treatment is on a case-by-case basis, but before treatment begins, your patient advocate will verify coverage and…

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TMS vs. ECT: What You Need to Know

TMS vs ECT: What's the Difference Between TMS and ECT? Which is More Effective, TMS or ECT? – Salience TMS Neuro Dallas – Fort Worth

Many people confuse Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Treatment with Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT). Confusing the two is understandable as both are forms of treatment used to help patients with depression, but this is the only thing that these have in common. While ECT uses an electrical current to stimulate the entire brain, TMS Treatment uses a…

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