TMS Therapy

TMS is a noninvasive, FDA approved therapy that creates a pulsed electromagnetic field and is targeted at specific areas of the brain that are underactive in certain conditions, such as depression.

This non-invasive therapy is pain free, and each session lasts between
20 and 35 minutes. Patients can relax during the treatment, there are no drugs to administer, and there is no recovery time after each treatment, so patients may continue their daily activities once they leave the office.

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Medication Management

Medication management is essential in helping patients to enjoy their best quality of life possible, while avoiding over-medication which can lead to side effects and dependency.

Doctors aim to provide the correct dose of a single medication, or ideal combination of medications, that create a sense of well-being and allow a person to live their life to the fullest.

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Telepsychiatry is a mode of psychiatric treatment that has developed over the last decade or so.  This method utilizes videoconferencing technology to make treatment more accessible to more patients in more settings than ever before.

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Substance Abuse

Substance abuse is a challenging mental illness that can be debilitating for the person who is suffering from it and detrimental to their loved ones as well.  Over 20 million people are addicted to alcohol or opiates, and this is a devastating trend.  This mental illness has a genetic component, though there is no single gene that encodes for this issue; instead there are several genes that may make a person more likely to be challenged by addictive tendencies.

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Disorder Resources

Anxiety Treatment

Drug & Alcohol Abuse


Depression Treatment