The FDA has only cleared TMS Therapy for Major Depression, despite overwhelming scientific evidence that TMS Therapy is being successfully used to treat a wide range of other mental disorders and illnesses globally. When TMS therapy is administered for treatment of other mental disorders, not currently cleared by the FDA it is described as “off label”.
Physicians like Dr. McClelland and leading hospitals globally are using TMS to successfully treat:
No. For this reason, Dr. McClelland has searched the globe for TMS devices and protocols that would allow him to lower his treatment costs while providing best practice services. He discovered FDA cleared TMS devices from Denmark and Israel with Theta Burst coils and protocols that dramatically lower TMS treatment time and cost.
TBS is backed by scientific research and is being used extensively in Europe, and by the nation health service in Canada. It can be administered in a fraction of the treatment time (3-6 minutes vs 20-36 minutes for FDA cleared standard in the U.S currently, and in 3 days vs. 30 days of treatment) providing equal or better results.
TBS "off label" protocols can be achieved with shorter treatment times by using a stimulation type referred to as “bursts”. TBS "bursts" can result in fewer treatment days—substantially lowering costs allowing us to provide the best possible prices for our patients!
Currently, we offer Theta Burst Therapy for as low as $83.31 per-treatment in an all-inclusive package costing $2,999 and Deep Theta Burst Therapy for $4,999 (Compare to $9-12,000 charged for FDA cleared TMS protocols for depression).