Coming Home Well

TMS Therapy to Relief Symptoms of PTSD and Depression

August 24, 2022 Dr. Tyler Pieron Season 2 Episode 48
Coming Home Well
TMS Therapy to Relief Symptoms of PTSD and Depression
Show Notes

Today's episode Tyler talks with Noah S. Philip, MD DFAPA, about using transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) Therapy to help with depression and symptoms of PTSD. TMS Therapy stimulates the brain that is underactive resulting in improved mood without the side effects of medication. Overall statistics TMS Therapy has a 70% to 80% success rate in providing relief from symptoms. Tune to learn more about TMS and how it is helping veterans with PTSD and depression. 

Learn more about Noah S. Philip MD DFAPA 

Section Chief, Psychiatric Neuromodulation (MHBSS)

Lead, Mental Health Research, Center for Neurorestoration & Neurotechnology

VA Providence Healthcare System

Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior

Alpert Medical School of Brown University

web: https://vivo.brown.edu/display/nphilip | https://centerforneuro.org/

twitter: @NoahSPhilipMD

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