Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) provides relief for many individuals suffering from depression.  A common misconception about TMS is that it will “cure” depression. While it is true that individuals who receive TMS many not have reoccurring symptoms after the initial treatment, for others that may not be the case.

With the FDA approval of TMS as a treatment for depression, individuals now have the option to receive the treatment more than once. TMS is no longer an “all-or-nothing” option as a treatment for depression.

If medication is no longer working, but TMS does, it only seems reasonable for an individual to have the option to continue with TMS therapy beyond the initial treatment. The article below offers a first hand-account of what it means to have insurance cover the treatment. A man called this life-long coverage a “life-saver” because he will always have the option to receive TMS without having to come out of pocket for it.

Interested in learning more? Check out the article below.