Get Relief from Depression Without Taking a Pill! TMS Therapy in Glenview
Depression is a treatable mental illness, but the standard treatments aren’t effective for everyone. Many people try anti-depressant medication along with lifestyle changes, but don’t experience any benefit. If you’ve tried these treatments without success, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) may be able to help. TMS is a depression treatment with a proven track record of success, with 2,150,000 sessions provided to over 65,000 people. Hope Peace Recovery Treatment Centers in Glenview, Illinois offers TMS therapy, a treatment that could help you find your way back to a full, rich life.
What Is TMS?
TMS is a drug-free depression treatment that doesn’t involve any invasive procedures. When you have TMS therapy at our Glenview office, you’ll sit comfortably in a chair, and a technician will place an electromagnetic coil gently on your head. When they turn the TMS device on, the coil will send painless magnetic pulses to stimulate your brain.
This works to relieve depression because the magnetic pulses stimulate the prefrontal cortex, the part of the brain where mood is regulated. The prefrontal cortex doesn’t work as effectively in people with depression, but TMS therapy helps it get back to normal activity levels.
TMS therapy is a highly effective depression treatment, as our patient testimonials show.
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How is TMS Different from Other Depression Treatments?
TMS therapy is different from other treatments for three important reasons:
1. TMS Therapy Is Drug-Free.
TMS therapy is completely drug-free, so it’s ideal for people who:
- Don’t benefit fully from anti-depressant medication
- Can’t tolerate the side effects of medication
- Don’t want to take anti-depressant drugs
Some people who try anti-depressants don’t see any benefits. When anti-depressants aren’t appropriate, TMS therapy can be a good alternative.
2. TMS Therapy Is Non-Invasive.
Some other depression treatments, like deep brain stimulation, vagus nerve stimulation, and electroconvulsive therapy, can be effective. The problem is, these are invasive, involving unpleasant procedures, surgery, and/or anesthesia.
TMS therapy is different because as well as being drug-free, it’s also completely non-invasive. When you have TMS therapy, you sit comfortably in a chair. You can even relax and listen to music or watch TV!
3. TMS Therapy Is Nearly Side-Effect Free.
Fewer than 5% of people discontinue TMS therapy because of side effects. For those people who stop having treatment, the most common side effect is temporary discomfort at or near the treatment site, during treatment. This discomfort usually subsides after the first week of treatment sessions.
Stories from Our Patients
Find out how Kristi found hope and healing after 45 years of struggling with depression and ineffective treatments.
Relief from depression is only part of what you can expect at TMS Centers of America. You’ll also build relationships with professional, caring, and compassionate staff.
Just because you’ve suffered from anxiety and depression all of your life doesn’t mean you have to live with it forever. See how TMS is changing lives every day.
If I could go back and talk to my depressed self, I think that all I’d really say is don’t wait. Don’t waste those months. Just do it. Make that change.
After the treatments were over, I realized that there was an accumulating sense of well-being, and that was something I had never experienced before. I was happy! I felt well!
I was in and out in 45 minutes and drove myself to and from. I had no side effects, wasn’t sleepy, and didn’t have an upset stomach. I actually had energy after a few treatments.
Hope starts here. Find out if TMS is right for you.
How Long Until You See the Effects of TMS Therapy?
Most people who start TMS therapy notice positive changes within the first two to three weeks. For some, it happens even sooner!
The benefits of TMS therapy are long-term, but some people need to have booster treatments to maintain the effects. For most, a few consecutive treatments a year is enough to stay depression-free. Most insurance companies cover booster treatments.
Does Your Insurance Cover TMS Therapy?
Most insurance providers cover TMS therapy for depression treatment. This FDA-approved treatment is clinically proven for depression.
If you’re not sure whether your insurance covers TMS therapy, don’t worry! Call HPR Treatment Centers for a free insurance verification. Call us at (877) 748-4843, and we can confirm your treatment pre-approval within minutes.
Get Your Life Back with TMS Therapy at HPR Treatment Centers in Glenview
TMS therapy is an advanced depression treatment available in Glenview, IL. If you want to learn more about how TMS can help you, call us at (877) 748-4843, or contact us online to receive a callback.
What Else Should You Know about TMS Therapy in Glenview?
What to Expect During Your First Appointment?
You’ll take around 15 minutes to complete some paperwork, and then meet with an HPR Treatment Centers psychiatrist for an interview. This will take around 45 minutes. The psychiatrist will review your medical and mental health history to confirm your eligibility for TMS therapy. You’ll also have the chance to ask questions. Our goal is to help you make a decision you feel confident about.
How Long Is the Treatment Schedule?
When you become one of our patients, you’ll receive a written schedule of all your appointments to make it easier for you to plan your treatment calendar.
The full course of treatment is up to six weeks with up to five sessions a week, then a three-week period of less frequent sessions.
Who Is Eligible for TMS?
Most people with depression can benefit from TMS therapy, and most people are eligible. The main reason you might be disqualified is if you have non-removable metal in your head. This can include:
- A medical device, such as a vagus or deep brain stimulator, or a cochlear implant
- Shrapnel or bullets
- A tattoo on your head or face that uses magnetic or metallic ink
- Some dental work (Most is okay.)
How Long is a TMS Treatment?
Each treatment session at HPR Treatment Centers takes 18 to 19 minutes.
Dr. Terry Hanusa
a psychiatrist, is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Advocate Lutheran General Hospital and NorthShore University Health-Evanston Hospital. He received his medical degree from Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He is one of 21 doctors at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital and one of 59 at NorthShore University Health-Evanston Hospital who specialize in psychiatry.
Getting to HPR Treatment Centers in Glenview
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Getting to HPR Treatment Centers in Glenview is a short drive of 7 to 10 minutes from the downtown area:
- On Glenayre Drive, head south, and make a U-turn at Westview Road. Turn right onto Glenview Road and then left onto Wagner Road. Turn left onto E Lake Avenue, then right onto Sunset Ridge Road. Turn left onto Woodlawn Avenue, then left onto N Waukegan Road to arrive at your destination on the right.
- Or, on Glenayre Drive, head south and make a U-turn at Westview Road. Turn left onto Glenview Road and then right onto N Waukegan Road. Turn right onto E Lake Avenue, then left onto Huntington Drive. Turn left to stay on Huntington Drive, then turn left onto Topp Lane. Turn left onto N Waukegan Road to arrive at your destination on the right.
From O’Hare International Airport
Glenview’s nearest airport is O’Hare International. From here, it’s a drive of 20 to 30 minutes to HPR Treatment Centers in Glenview, depending on your route and traffic:
- On I-190 W, head southwest, and take Exit 2B for US-12 S. Merge onto US-12 E, then onto I-190 E. On I-190 E, take Exit 1C for I-294 N. On I-294 N, take Exit 48 for Willow Road, then turn right onto Willow Road. Turn right onto N Waukegan Road to arrive at your destination on the right.
- Or, on I-190 W, head southwest, and take Exit 2B for US-12 S. Merge onto US-12 E, then onto I-190 E. On I-190 E, take Exit 1C for I-294 N. On I-294 N, take Exit 42B for Touhy Avenue. Keep left to merge onto W Touhy Avenue. Turn right onto Des Plaines River Road, then right onto E Oakton Street. Turn left onto N Waukegan Road. Turn right onto E Lake Avenue, then left onto Huntington Drive. Turn left to stay on Huntington Drive, then turn left onto Topp Lane. Turn left onto N Waukegan Road to arrive at your destination on the right.
Depression shrinks your world, making it hard to take pleasure in things you used to enjoy. TMS therapy may be able to help you rediscover your zest for life and your enjoyment in work, family, and your hobbies. To learn more about TMS therapy for depression, call HPR Treatment Centers at (877) 748-4843, or fill out our online contact form. We’ll reach out to talk about the treatment and to confirm your insurance pre-approval.
- Glenview, IL