Depression is a very common mental illness affecting over 16.1 million Americans according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. Depression is one of the most common mental illness in the world, but due to the social stigma surrounding depression many do not receive treatment.
At The Neuroscience Center we treat all of our patients with dignity and respect. We understand that depression is a serious illness that takes form in many ways, that’s why we treat each patient as an individual, tailoring an individualized treatment plan. Contact us to learn more.
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Depression can manifest in many forms. Here are some of the most common:
Depression is a life threatening illness and if you or a loved one is experiencing any of the above symptoms please contact us.
The Neuroscience Center’s founder and attendant neurologist, Doctor Best, has been published by some of the biggest names in medicine.
The National Library of Medicine published our article highlighting our use of TMS/ketamine combo therapy for treating TRD (treatment resistant depression).
Springer Link published our article on Rapid Relief of Treatment Resistant Depression by Facilitated Ketamine Infusion.
Our approach begins with advanced diagnostics to provide a current and accurate understanding of brain and body physiology. The information gathered allows us to create personalized treatment plans, reducing ‘trial and error’, and enabling us to discover underlying issues. We view depression as a systemic condition. It’s not ‘only in your head’.
TMS/ketamine Combination Therapy – This is our unique approach to treating mental illness. By combining ketamine therapy with TMS we’ve found an increased result on our patients. We do own a patent on this therapy meaning our clinic is the only place in the world where this groundbreaking treatment is offered.
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At The Neuroscience Center we strive to treat both depression and the underlying issues, not just symptoms. If you or someone you love is suffering from depression please contact us.