Medication-free treatment Provided by psychiatrists

A technological breakthrough in treating medical and psychiatric conditions


Don't let depression hold you back

With TMS Therapy a future free from depression is possible

Our mental health clinic cares about our community and we care about you. If you reside near Fort Lee, Englewood, Palisades Park, North Bergen, Bronx New York, or the surrounding area, it will help you get back to the life you love. Our mental health services, including TMS therapy and Esketamine, are covered by most insurance plans.

Safe & FDA Cleared

TMS is FDA-cleared with minimal side effects & effective in treating depression.


Can be a stand-alone treatment or used along with your existing medication.

Covered by Insurance

TMS therapy is covered by most major insurance companies, and we’ll handle the paperwork.

No Systemic Side Effects

Can be a stand-alone treatment or used along with your existing medication.


During a TMS session, an electromagnetic coil hover above an area of your head and sends out pulsating magnetic fields. These pulses reach about two to three centimetres into the brain, to modulate mood-related neuron activity.

If a person suffers from depression, this biochemistry is often out of balance, and the magnetic pulses generated by TMS can bring everything back into order. However, these pulses do not directly affect the whole brain, only the area directly beneath the treatment coil.

TMS is an outpatient procedure, typically with a treatment course consisting of at least 5 treatments per week over a 4-6 week period. Each session lasts approximately 19 minutes.

Many patients notice positive changes within 3-5 weeks of treatment.


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Frequently Asked Questions

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Who is eligible for TMS Treatment?

TMS treatment is a non-invasive treatment proven to be effective for various medical and psychiatric conditions. Patients that are looking for an alternative to medications or can’t take medications for various reasons are eligible for TMS treatment.

What is a treatment resistant condition?

Treatment resistant condition refers to a medical condition that couldn’t be eliminated or treated to a desired level with a number of different medically approved approaches. For example, a treatment resistant depression is a depression that hasn’t improved after a treatment with several antidepressants and augmentations.

Has the treatment been tested?

The TMS treatment was developed in the 1980’s. It has been applied for several decades and it has been approved by FDA for Treatment Resistant Depression. There has been a number of published works presenting evidence of efficacy and safety of the TMS therapy.

Does TMS therapy have side effects?

Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation is generally safe and well-tolerated. Rarely mild side effects such as headache or transient increase in auditory threshold can occur. In patients who are predisposed to a bipolar disorder, TMS can cause hypomania or mania, if they’re not concurrently treated with a mood stabilizer. Seizure is probably the most serious adverse side effect that can be caused by TMS. Seizures usually happen in predisposed patients, while the predisposing factors are history of seizures, pre-existing neurological disorder, seizure threshold lowering medication and others.

Will I need to stop my medication for TMS therapy?

There’s no need to stop your daily medications.

Is TMS covered by insurance?

TMS is covered by a health insurance according to the insurance plan. We will do our best to make the treatment affordable for our patients.

We've Got Answers

Studies of TMS have examined its therapeutic potential for treating various diseases, with depression being the most thoroughly studied. In the late 1990s, researchers worldwide published more than 20 randomized, controlled trials studying TMS as a depression treatment.


Now, more and more research continues to emerge around the many beneficial uses for TMS, for depression and beyond. Research indicates TMS Therapy to be beneficial in treating depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-
traumatic stress disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, bipolar disorder, dementia, and more!





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