There are several treatments for management of PTSD including pharmacotherapy, psychotherapy as well as non invasive transcranial magnetic stimulation
During depression awareness month, we would like to honor our veterans/ active military members. If you are a veteran or active military, we guarantee psychiatric evaluation within 14 days ! We respect what you do for our country therefore you are our priority!
We also offer 20% in procedures such as Non-Invasive, Non-Medication, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, for treatment-resistant depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD among other diagnoses. If you have any specific questions, we invite you to send us a message via our blog and we would be happy to assist you or by sending us an email at email@example.com
What Research Supports TMS Therapy for PTSD?
A study published in the journal Biological Psychiatry looked at TMS therapy for the treatment of patients with both major depressive disorder and PTSD, as these conditions often occur together. TMS was used to treat the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC), and patients received about 36 sessions over the course of several weeks.
The results show that one-third of patients experienced significant improvements in their symptoms. This is a lower response rate than for either condition alone, but this is understandable, given the greater severity of the illness. The researchers said the positive response is due to an increased connectivity between the prefrontal cortex and the amygdala.
A review of clinical research on TMS for PTSD alone highlight that the treatment is effective. One double-blind, controlled study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry found that TMS therapy offered relief to patients with PTSD. In separate research with war veterans, 70% of participants no longer met the criteria for PTSD after TMS treatment sessions.
Follow These Easy Steps.
Step One TMS Referral Go to VA:
Schedule an appointment with a VA provider (Primary Care, Psychiatrist, doctor, etc.)
Ask your provider to refer you to TMS Services of Vancouver for Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation through the Community Care program
Ask your VA care team to work with you to see if you are eligible for community care. Provide them with the following information:
IMPORTANT: Make sure VA confirms you are eligible and authorized before proceeding with step 2
Step Two Make an appointment with TMS Services of Vancouver:
Call us at 360-831-2276
TMS Services of Vancouver will follow up with the VA to receive your referral through the Community Care Program
FROM VA website: https://www.va.gov/COMMUNITYCARE/programs/veterans/General_Care.asp
I was severely depressed over a period of three years. I tried several antidepressants but nothing really seemed to work. I had a severe allergic reaction. My family was very poorly impacted by the whole problem of my depression. By the end of the TMS treatment, things were better than I could have imagined. After that sixth week, I was so excited that my life was starting to resume. It could actually get better and that I had more to look forward to.
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Elia Gonzalez-Rodriguez, M.D.
Pacific Phoenix Group