What we value most at The rTMS Centre is your mental health. Improving mental health with repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation treatment.
Our consultant psychiatrist provides expert assessment of your mental health and evaluates your suitability for rTMS Treatment.
We practice for you
The pioneers of rTMS treatment for depression.
rTMS is a ground-breaking treatment for severe depression with over 35 years of thorough clinical research and development that began in Sheffield.
The rTMS Centre opened in 2015 after the NICE guidelines approved rTMS as an effective treatment for the treatment of depression.
3 steps to rTMS Treatment
1. Are you suitable?
The first step to find out if you are suitable for rTMS treatment is to complete our screening form. We will review your screening form and contact you or feel free to call us straightway. Learn more…
2. Your consultation
You will complete a thorough psychiatric assessment with Dr Matta (Consultant psychiatrist). This 60-minute consultation will evaluate your mental health history and determine your eligibility for rTMS treatment. You will get a chance to see rTMS in person and find out how it works. Learn more…
3. Starting rTMS treatment
You choose what date you want start the treatment. The first day: your motor threshold and treatment intensity will be determined. Objective measurement of your depression symptoms will be completed by our mental health (TMS) technician. You are now ready to start your first session of rTMS treatment. Learn more…
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Depression varies between individual to individual with each individual experiencing symptoms to different degrees. However, there are some symptoms that are common amongst people who suffer from long-term clinical depression. Such as, feelings of constant low, hopelessness; poor motivation and confidence. Many people with depression tend to suffer from anxiety symptoms as well. Symptoms can […]
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