TMS Therapy Used to Treat Severe Depression | UC San Diego Health

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Teresa Lindhardt, 55, had major depressive disorder, also called clinical depression. It can affect how someone feels, thinks, and behaves. This can lead to many emotional and physical issues. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, it is the most common cause of disability in the U.S. and affects more than 16million Americans.

Lindhardt declared that she felt better after six weeks of daily transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), at UC San Diego Health.

Lindhardt stated, “This has been the most life-changing event that I have ever experienced.”

UC San Diego Health was San Diego’s first provider to offer transcranial magnet stimulation (TMS) to individuals suffering from severe depression. It also has the most modern TMS clinic in the area. Our doctors are still at the forefront in innovation and personalized mental health care.

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Dr. Zafiris Daskalakis is the chair in psychiatry at UC San Diego Health. He is an internationally recognized expert in treating severe psychiatric disorders using magnetic brain stimulation (also known as transcranial magnet stimulation (TMS). TMS is used to treat patients suffering from treatment-resistant depression. He is also the director of UC San Diego Health’s Interventional Psychiatry Clinic which offers the largest regional clinic for treating severe depression using brain stimulation.

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