TMS treatment is covered by most insurance carriers. Some insurance plans only cover the cost of treatment on a case-by-case basis. Before treatment begins, your personal patient advocate will verify coverage and review your insurance benefits with you, making sure you know the cost before getting started.
Your focus should be on reconnecting to your life, not your insurance. Our team navigates insurance coverage for you, handling everything, start to finish. First, during your no-cost consultation, we’ll connect on your insurance details and then our staff will explain all options for payment and coverage before treatment. While other providers take weeks to provide TMS approvals or make you pay in full up front, with our complete end-to-end system, our team typically only takes 4-7 business days, on average. We’ll work to get prior authorization and handle details so that you can focus on the path forward.
Most insurance companies cover TMS therapy for treatment-resistant depression. Our highly trained staff are experts in insurance authorization and work quickly to get advance approvals. Doing so avoids common healthcare headaches, like balance billing, uncertain costs, and unpredictable problems.Request an Appointment
We want you to focus on reconnecting to your life. Our process is transparent, with estimated costs presented up front – before treatment begins. We offer in-house financing, if needed.
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After a lifelong battle with depression and several medications that only half-way helped, I had very little hope left in finding a successful treatment of any kind. But after some hesitation, I finally decided to commit to TMS treatment.— Tracey C.