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North Miami, FL

North Miami, FL

Get Relief from Depression Without Taking a Pill! TMS Therapy in North Miami

Depression is a serious illness, but it’s also a treatable one. For many people, however, standard treatments such as medication and lifestyle changes just aren’t enough. If you’ve tried these treatments without seeing any improvement, a treatment called transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) might offer some relief. You can find it at Hope Peace Recovery Treatment Centers, conveniently located in North Miami, Florida. TMS therapy has provided over 2,150,000 sessions to more than 65,000 people and can help you reclaim a life of joy.

What Is TMS?

TMS is a non-invasive depression treatment that is entirely drug-free. In TMS therapy, the prefrontal cortex of the brain is stimulated with a magnetic field. The prefrontal cortex is where emotions are regulated, and the magnetic stimulation helps these cells work more effectively.

When you have TMS therapy at HPR Treatment Centers, a technician will place an electromagnetic coil gently on your head and turn the device on. The coil sends electromagnetic pulses to your prefrontal cortex to help your brain regulate mood more effectively.

TMS therapy is a very 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 Is Drug-Free.

TMS is a drug-free treatment, so it can help people who:

  • Don’t benefit fully from anti-depressant medication
  • Can’t tolerate the side effects of medication
  • Want to avoid taking anti-depressant drugs

Anti-depressant drugs help many people, but not everyone benefits from them. If you’ve tried anti-depressants without success, or prefer to avoid taking medication, TMS therapy may be a good alternative.

2. TMS Is Non-Invasive.

There are other depression treatments, such as vagus nerve stimulation, deep brain stimulation, and electroconvulsive therapy. However, these involve invasive surgery or unpleasant procedures and require anesthesia. TMS therapy is an effective treatment that’s non-invasive and doesn’t require anesthesia.

3. TMS Treatment Is Almost Side-Effect Free.

Less than 5% of people who have TMS therapy discontinue the therapy due to side effects. For those people, there can be short-lived discomfort at or near the treatment site, during the treatment. This doesn’t usually last past the first week of treatment.

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How Long Does It Take TMS Therapy to Work?

Most people start to feel positive effects of TMS therapy within two or three weeks of starting treatment. Some people feel the benefits even sooner!

TMS therapy provides long-term effects, but booster treatments are sometimes needed to stay free from depression. If your depression requires booster treatments, you’ll likely need a few consecutive sessions per year. For most people, insurance covers the costs of booster treatments.

Does Your Insurance Cover TMS Therapy?

TMS has well-documented success at treating depression, so it’s covered by most insurers. If you’re not sure whether your insurance covers TMS, you can call us at HPR Treatment Centers for a complimentary insurance verification! Just call 1-800-741-9786 to confirm your insurance pre-approval.

Get Your Life Back with TMS Therapy at HPR Treatment Centers in North Miami

If you’re in or near Miami, FL and want to learn more about how TMS can help treat your depression, call us at 1-800-741-9786, or contact us online to receive a callback soon.

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What Else Should You Know about TMS Therapy in North Miami?

What to Expect During Your First Appointment

At your first appointment you’ll spend around 15 minutes completing paperwork, then meet with the HPR Treatment Centers psychiatrist for up to 45 minutes. They will review your medical and mental health history and discuss TMS treatment with you. At this meeting you’ll have a chance to ask any questions you have. We want you to have all the information you need to make a confident decision.

How Long Is the Treatment Schedule?

For most people, a course of TMS therapy for depression lasts four to six weeks. When you become an HPR Treatment Centers patient, you’ll receive a written schedule that covers your entire course of treatment, so you’ll be able to make any accommodations you need in advance.

Are You Eligible for TMS?

Most people with depression can benefit from TMS, but some people may be ineligible for treatment for reasons that don’t relate to the treatment itself. If you have any kind of non-removable metal in your head, you’ll generally be ineligible because the metal reacts unfavorably with magnetic energy. If you have any of the following, you may be ineligible for TMS:

  • A medical device, such as a cochlear implant, deep brain stimulator, or vagus nerve stimulator
  • Shrapnel or bullets
  • A facial tattoo with metallic or magnetic ink
  • Some dental work (Most is acceptable.)

How Long Is Each TMS Treatment?

A single session of TMS therapy at HPR Treatment Centers in Miami takes 18 to 19 minutes. A typical course of treatment is four to six weeks, with up to five sessions a week.

Getting to HPR Treatment Centers in North Miami

North Miami, FL

1065 NE 125th Street
Suite 300
North Miami, FL 33161
Phone: 305-745-7956

 

Monday8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Wednesday8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Thursday8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Friday8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Getting to HPR Treatment Centers in Miami

From Downtown

Many people who have TMS therapy at HPR Treatment Centers in Miami live in or near the city. Getting to HPR Treatment Centers in Miami is a drive of 20 to 30 minutes from the city center, depending on your route and traffic:

  • From S Miami Avenue, turn right onto SW 25th Road, then right onto I-95 N. Take Exit 10A, and merge onto NW 6th Avenue. Turn right onto NW 125th Street, and continue on to find your destination on your left.
  • Or, from S Miami Avenue, turn right onto SW 25th Road, then right onto I-95 N. Take Exit 8B to NW 103rd Street. Continue on NW 103rd Street, then turn left onto NE 6th Avenue. Turn right onto NE 119th Street, then turn left onto NE 10th Avenue. Turn right onto NE 125th Street to arrive at your destination on the left.

From Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport

The closest airport to north Miami is Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport. From here, it’s a drive of around 20 minutes to HPR Treatment Centers, depending on your route and traffic:

  • From the airport, turn onto NW 41st Avenue, then turn right onto Musick Street. Turn right onto Curtiss Street, then left onto NW 42nd Avenue. Turn left onto NW 135th Street, then right onto NW 7th Avenue. Turn left onto NW 125th Street, and continue to your destination on the left.
  • Or, from the airport, turn onto NW 41st Avenue, then turn right onto Musick Street. Turn left onto Curtiss Street, then continue onto Langley Road. Turn left onto NW 37th Avenue, then right onto NW 151st Street. Turn right onto NW 22nd Avenue, then left onto NW 135th Street. Turn right onto NW 7th Avenue, then turn left onto NW 125th Street. Continue on NW 125th to find your destination on the left.

Depression affects every aspect of your life, making you feel that happiness and joy are out of reach. TMS therapy at HPR Treatment Centers could give you that happiness back. To learn more about this Miami depression treatment, call our clinic at 1-800-741-9786, or use our online contact form. We’ll reach out to talk about the treatment and confirm your insurance pre-approval.

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