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1. What is TMS?

Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) is a recognised treatment for depression and other neurological conditions.

Clinical studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of TMS in the treatment of depression, particularly in patients who have not responded well to anti-depressant medication.

TMS is a non-invasive treatment delivered by an external magnetic coil placed lightly touching the scalp. The coil sends repetitive electromagnetic pulses to stimulate neuron activity in specific surface areas of the brain that regulate mood.

2. Is TMS Right for Me?

Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) is a recognised treatment for depression and other neurological conditions.

Clinical studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of TMS in the treatment of depression, particularly in patients who have not responded well to anti-depressant medication.

TMS is a non-invasive treatment delivered by an external magnetic coil placed lightly touching the scalp. The coil sends repetitive electromagnetic pulses to stimulate neuron activity in specific surface areas of the brain that regulate mood.

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3. Is TMS Safe?

Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) is a recognised treatment for depression and other neurological conditions.

Clinical studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of TMS in the treatment of depression, particularly in patients who have not responded well to anti-depressant medication.

TMS is a non-invasive treatment delivered by an external magnetic coil placed lightly touching the scalp. The coil sends repetitive electromagnetic pulses to stimulate neuron activity in specific surface areas of the brain that regulate mood.

4. Is TMS Effective?

Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) is a recognised treatment for depression and other neurological conditions.

Clinical studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of TMS in the treatment of depression, particularly in patients who have not responded well to anti-depressant medication.

TMS is a non-invasive treatment delivered by an external magnetic coil placed lightly touching the scalp. The coil sends repetitive electromagnetic pulses to stimulate neuron activity in specific surface areas of the brain that regulate mood.

5. How Much Does It Cost?

TMS treatment for depression at NeuroCentrix clinics typically consists of 20 to 30 sessions delivered as an outpatient over 3 to 6 weeks.

Treatment costs may be met in full for serving military, DVA, and WorkCover patients upon successful application.

Private treatment is available at $185 per session. Medicare does not currently rebate TMS treatment, however, some private health funds cover the cost of outpatient TMS.

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Nearest NeuroCentrix TMS clinic to you
How long have you been suffering from depression?
Are you currently on any medication for depression?
Are you eligible for DVA health insurance?
Are you currently serving in the ADF?
Do you have an active WorkCover claim?
Do you have private health insurance? If yes, select from the list
Do you have a treating psychiatrist or GP?
How can we contact you?