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      TMS Therapy NYC

      TMS Therapy NYC

      Non-Invasive Therapy to Alleviate Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety

      Depression hits you like a ton of bricks. The constant weight of it leaves you feeling hopeless with no light in sight at the end of the long tunnel. If you relate to this overwhelming feeling, we are here for you.

      At the Kellman Wellness Center in New York City, we use the latest innovative technology, such as Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), to treat major depressive disorder, anxiety, and other behavioral health conditions.

      As a leading clinic for behavioral health in New York, we are here to uncover the root cause of your depression or anxiety and ultimately give you HOPE that you CAN overcome these challenging times.

      If you are struggling with depression and or anxiety and conventional medications and treatments have failed, call (212) 717-1118 or contact us online to schedule your first consultation and see if TMS Therapy is right for you.

      What is TMS Therapy?

      Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a non-invasive procedure that uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain to help control mood and boost the brain's neurotransmitter levels.

      It has been used successfully to treat depression and anxiety in many of our NYC patients, even when other treatments, such as medication, have not worked.

      Unfortunately, conventional medications for depression help only a percentage of patients and often come with side effects. TMS eliminates side effects and is far more successful at treating depression and anxiety.

      How does TMS work?

      This painless procedure involves the use of an electromagnetic coil, which delivers a safe repetitive magnetic pulse or rTMS, thereby stimulating the regions of the brain that controls mood and depression.

      Although the underlying physiological mechanism by which this therapy works is not entirely understood, it is believed that it works by activating the part of the brain that has decreased activity in depression, resulting in improved mood.

      What does TMS Therapy Treat?

      Although TMS is FDA-approved to treat depression, a wide variety of clinical research is underway, looking at other applications for its use. Some practitioners, including the Kellman Wellness Center, are using it to successfully treat other conditions such as:

      • Anxiety
      • Bipolar disorder
      • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
      • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
      • Pain management
      • Neurodegenerative disorders like Alzheimer’s Disease and Parkinson’s Disease

      If you are dealing with any of the above conditions and have yet to find a doctor who will uncover the root cause, and provide symptom relief, call today to speak with one of our TMS specialists.

      Call (212) 717-1118 or contact us online.

      Why Choose TMS Therapy for Depression and Anxiety?

      Although this is a relatively newer therapy, Harvard Medical School estimates that approximately 50-60% of people with depression and anxiety, who have failed to see improvement with medication, do see a meaningful clinical response with TMS.

      Further, about one-third of these patients experience complete remission, meaning their symptoms have completely gone away. However, it is acknowledged that while most patients feel significantly better faster or for many months after the completion of their initial round of treatment, some patients will require subsequent, follow-on treatments.

      There is a plethora of additional studies that prove how effective TMS therapy is. An extensive review, recently published in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, was conducted by 17 expert clinicians. This review included 119 clinical, published studies on TMS and its use for depression and anxiety. They determined that these multiple randomized, controlled trials and associated literature support the safety and clinical efficacy of rTMA as an antidepressant therapy.

      Here at the Kellman Wellness Center, we take a multifactorial approach to treating depression and anxiety by combining TMS and IV Therapy. IV Therapy has been proven to be a safe and effective treatment for anxiety and depression in individuals where conventional medications have failed. The combined treatment provides powerful results, which are a game-changer for people suffering from depression and anxiety.

      Benefits of TMS Therapy

      At the Kellman Wellness Center, we do not stop until we understand the root cause of your condition. This is what sets us apart from other traditional doctors.

      We are treating the cause and not just covering up the symptoms. Once we uncover the deeper issues at hand, we apply advanced knowledge and techniques to bring you to a complete recovery.

      Part of what makes our treatment so successful is we focus on the metabolic function of the brain. TMS Therapy is just one of many healing modalities we offer our patients due to its profound healing benefits.

      • Non-invasive
      • Non-sedative
      • FDA- Approved to treat depression and anxiety
      • TMS is revolutionary with zero side effects
      • Does not interfere with your ability to drive like some medications
      • May eliminate the need for medication
      • Proven to be effective for treating depression, anxiety, and neurological disorders when medication has failed
      • High success rates
      • Long-term results
      • As high as 70% of patients experience complete remission
      • TMS is evidence-based, with over 30 clinical trials of proven success
      • Majority of patients experience results within several weeks

      At the Kellman Wellness Center, we combine Science + art, and biological plausibility + knowing how the brain functions to get your health where it needs to be.

      Additional Treatment Options for Anxiety and Depression

      We look for other causes that may be contributing factors to your depression and anxiety.

      • Heavy metals
      • Toxins
      • Nutritional deficiencies
      • Hypothyroidism
      • Inflammation
      • Microbiome issues

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      Dr. Kellman is the author of several books that are known around the world. To learn more about the brain and microbiome connection, check out his publications: The Whole Brain and The Microbiome Diet.

      Request Your Consultation Today!

      If you’ve found our page, you're here for a reason. You deserve to heal at the deepest level with the support of one of the top clinics for depression, anxiety, and neurological disorders in New York.

      Call our office at (212) 717-1118 or contact us online today!



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