Treating the Toughest Cases of Depression and Brain Illness

New Hope For Resistant Depression Patients


Most of us feel unhappy, isolated, or depressed from time to time. These feelings are a normal reaction to life’s struggles, periods of low confidence or loss of someone we love. Those who suffer from depression, are unable to lead the life they wish to have and usually have one or more of the following symptoms:

  • Trouble concentrating, remembering details, and making decisions
  • Fatigue
  • Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, and helplessness
  • Pessimism and hopelessness
  • Insomnia, early-morning wakefulness, or sleeping too much
  • Irritability
  • Restlessness
  • Loss of interest in things once pleasurable, including sex
  • Overeating, or appetite loss
  • Aches, pains, headaches, or cramps that won’t go away
  • Digestive problems that don’t get better, even with treatment
  • Persistent sad, anxious, or “empty” feelings
  • Suicidal thoughts or attempts

When feelings like these become overwhelming, causing physical symptoms and leaving you devastated for several months, it is a good idea to find medical help.

Those who suffer from depression have gained new hope with a procedure being pioneered by a research-minded clinician in Chicago.  Steve Best, M.D. of The Neuroscience Center in Deerfield last month presented his findings to a group of academics at Wadham College in the University of Oxford.  According to the data, the new procedure (pcTBS) is more than 80% likely to bring about a sustained remission in even the most resistant cases of depression. “The region of the brain that is affected can be accurately targeted with tBS and my patients can be relieved from the worst aspects of this disease long-term’ states Dr. Best”.

The Neuroscience Center, located on the North Shore of Chicago Is a full-service neuropsychiatric facility and has been successfully treating pain and mental health issues for a half century.  Dr. Best deeply employs a team-based approach and is allied with various diagnosticians and healthcare professionals to execute a carefully guided therapy plan tailored for each patient.

Patients administered ptBS simply go into rest during the procedure, and awaken feeling progressively better with each treatment.  “My patients are able to return to their lives free of the disabling symptoms and with no impairment of cognition or memory. in fact, most patients will tell you that their cognitive skills are sharpened and their productivity increases dramatically.”

If you or someone you know is afflicted by this terrible disease the best thing you can do right now is call this number and restore your life and well-being.  

fax: 847-236-9411
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