TMS Applications

While TMS is FDA-approved for major depressive disorder and OCD, it is commonly used to treat other psychiatric conditions. CBH has experience using TMS for OCD, anxiety, traumatic brain injury, and addiction. Please contact us today to see if TMS may be an option for you.

TMS Treatment for Depression Safety FAQ

Is TMS Safe? Some Answers The more often that people hear about transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) being used to treat depression and anxiety, the more frequently the Calabasas Behavioral Health team hears the question: Is TMS safe? Consider these facts about TMS, in which magnets are placed on the scalp to gently stimulate sections of…
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TMS As An Alternative To ECT

The Use of TMS as an Alternative to ECT Patients with neurological conditions have an exciting treatment option today with the use of TMS as an alternative to ECT. Calabasas Behavioral Health administers a TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) program in its modern clinic at 23622 Calabasas Road. Under the guidance of Sarah Randall and Drs.…
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TMS Therapy for Depression HOPE Innovative Non Drug Depression Treatment SAFETY Safe, Effective and FDA-cleared FAMILY Family-center approach AFFORDABILITY Covered by most insurances   TMS Therapy An outpatient treatment that does not require anesthesia or sedation and has no systemic side effects Program for Success Our team is available to offer support and information for…
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Using TMS for Depression

Using TMS for Depression TMS for the treatment of depression is an effective alternative to conventional talk and drug therapies. TMS, or Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation therapy, involves the application of brief electrical stimulations to the prefrontal cortex, the area of the brain that affects mood. This FDA-approved method for treating major depression has been shown…
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TMS Therapy

TMS therapy is a safe and effective outpatient treatment for depression and does not require medication or invasive procedures. Read more about TMS therapy »
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PTSD Treatment

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Treatment Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is most commonly associated with military service, but it can develop from any traumatic experience or series of experiences. For example, events such as car accidents, natural disasters, violent crime, or child abuse may cause the development of symptoms such as flashbacks, hypervigilance disturbed sleep patterns,…
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Treating Depression with TMS

Treating Depression with TMS For decades, researchers have sought safe and effective treatments for depression. However, there is no single depression treatment which has been proven to work for everyone. Depression is often treated with antidepressant medications and psychotherapy; however, alternative treatments for depression are available. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapy is an alternative treatment for depression…
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TMS Therapy for Depression

About Depression and  TMS Treatment Depression is a serious medical illness affecting more than 14 million American adults every year1. Often a debilitating disorder, depression results in a persistent state of sadness or loss of interest or pleasure which interferes with an individual’s thoughts, behavior, mood, and physical health. Learn more about depression symptoms. In 2000,…
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TMS Therapy May Be a Preferred Non-drug choice for Postpartum Depression

A study at the Washington University School of St. Louis studied the effects of TMS Therapy on nine woman diagnosed with Postpartum Depression. click here to read more
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