MCLEAN, VIRGINIA--(Marketwire - Feb. 11, 2013) - TMS NeuroHealth Centers opens a second center in Bethesda, Maryland, enabling TMS NeuroHealth to work seamlessly with healthcare providers to provide the highest quality of care for patients in the Washington DC Metro area. "I am excited to be working with TMS NeuroHealth to bring TMS treatments to those suffering from Major Depressive Disorder. I look forward to delivering outstanding patient care through this collaboration," explains Dr. Michael Knable.
"Our goal is to deliver the highest quality of care for patients, and to provide affiliated physicians with qualified staff in a state of the art medical facility," explains Bill Leonard, President of TMS NeuroHealth Centers. "Expanding our services to a new location within the Washington DC Metro area widens our ability to provide patients with access to TMS therapy and to help them achieve success in battling their depression."
TMS NeuroHealth Centers is a network of centers offering TMS Therapy with its first center in Tysons Corner, Virginia. Dr. Niku Singh, Medical Director of TMS NeuroHealth Centers, Tysons Corner, and one of Washingtonian Magazine's Top Doctors in psychiatry for 2012, has been treating people with depression for a decade. Dr. Michael Knable, Medical Director of TMS NeuroHealth Centers Bethesda and was recently elected as a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association (DFAPA). Both locations are offering TMS Therapy, the most advanced targeted therapy that stimulates the area of the brain affected by depression.
TMS therapy is a non-drug, FDA cleared, non-invasive medical treatment for patients suffering with depression. It uses highly focused magnetic pulses to gently stimulate the area of the brain that controls mood. This specific area has been identified as underactive in people who suffer from depression. Stimulation leads to the release of chemical neurotransmitters, relieving the symptoms of depression. Each treatment is a 30-40 minute outpatient procedure; typically administered five days a week for 4-6 weeks in its acute phase. TMS Therapy is a proven form of treating depression when patients are suffering from side effects of medication and have not benefited from initial antidepressant medication.
About TMS NeuroHealth Centers
TMS NeuroHealth Centers are medical centers dedicated to helping those affected by neurological disorders live better lives. TMS NeuroHealth Centers provides patients with medical expertise and the latest medical technology in the field of neurology and psychiatry. TMS NeuroHealth has the expertise to help patients with the insurance reimbursement process. The first TMS NeuroHealth Center opened in Tysons Corner (McLean, Virginia) in November 2011. For more information, visit www.tmsneuro.com.