Feel like you again.

TMS is a non-invasive treatment for Depression that actually works. Highly-effective. Covered by insurance.

Feel like you again.

TMS is a non-invasive treatment for Depression that actually works. Highly-effective. Covered by insurance.

Highly Effective

TMS has been shown to significantly improve symptoms of depression in about 3 out 4 patients.

Covered by Insurance

TMS has been FDA-approved since 2008 and is now covered by Medicare and all major insurers

Available Near You

TMS is typically performed at a psychiatrist's office and is widely available.

It's not you,

it's the brain.

It's not you,

it's the brain.

Did you know?

Depression is caused by a lack of sufficient activity in the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, essentially the front left part of your brain. When this area is working properly, the entire brain lights up, creating an improved mood, working memory, and selective attention.


Improved Mood

TMS for Depression activates your mood center and the stimulation of this area over time improves this area.


Better Focus & Memory

This area of the brain is in charge of functions such as your focus, working memory, and selective attention.


Long-term Improvement

TMS has been proven to be incredibly durable, with results lasting usually 1-2 years.

Here's how it works

The TMS process is designed to make long-lasting changes in your brain and the doctor and staff are there to walk you through every step of the way.

See a Psychiatrist

A psychiatrist will determine if TMS is right for you and then the staff will send an authorization to insurance for approval.

Start Treatment

Your doctor will set everything up on your first visit. Sessions are no more than 30-minutes and you can drive to and from appointments.

Stay Consistent

Treatments are Monday-Friday for 6 weeks, followed by a 3-week taper. Patients usually feel results after about 20 sessions.

Who is TMS for?

You've tried medications.

Most insurance companies are looking for about 2 or more antidepressants that didn't work because of either side-effects or a lack-of-effect.

You've tried therapy.

Insurance companies also approve patients who have tried at least 6-8 weeks of therapy but still suffer from depression.

You still have depression.

If you've tried medication and therapy and you still have depression which psychiatrists call "treatment-resistant" and TMS is the best option.

Frequently Asked Questions

These are the most common questions about TMS

What are the side effects?

Most TMS patients experience minimal to no side effects, but some do report mild headaches or tingling sensations in the jaw, face, or scalp. These side effects generally subside within a couple of weeks and most patients find them mild and tolerable enough to complete their treatment without interruption.

Does my insurance cover it?

TMS for depression is covered by Medicare, Tricare, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, CIGNA, Anthem, United Healthcare, Baylor Scott & White, and pretty much every private insurance plan. TMS for OCD is currently covered by BCBS and CIGNA. TMS is not covered by most medicaid plans.

How much does insurance cover?

This depends on your benefits which our staff is happy to do before you schedule your first visit. They typically cover 80-100% of the total cost of treatment.

Why are there so many sessions?

Because TMS uses gentle magnetic pulses to stimulate the brain, it is not a one-and-done procedure. It requires regular stimulation on a consistent basis to encourage the brain to start incorporating these changes on their own. Studies show that the patients who don't improve in the first 4 weeks have a 63% remission rate if they continue treatment.

Is TMS just for depression?

TMS is FDA-approved to treat depression, anxious depression, OCD, & smoking addiction. Insurance typically only approves TMS for depression and OCD currently.

TMS Providers

Dr. Rhema Jacob

Southlake Psychiatry

Dr. Ramon Aragon

TMS of Austin

Dr. Eugene Fletcher

Neogen Psychiatry

TMS Providers

Dr. Rhema Jacob

Southlake Psychiatry

Dr. Ramon Aragon

TMS of Austin

Dr. Eugene Fletcher

Neogen Psychiatry

Here's what patients have said

"I not only feel much better, I was able to get to know the amazing staff at the office! I feel alive again. I am so glad I decided to give it a try. I am so glad finished all the sessions. It works!"


Frisco, TX

"The staff at this clinic are very committed to providing the best experience possible. They really go out of their way to make you feel important and respected. I have been getting treatment for 3 weeks now and I truly feel that it has changed my life. Thank you!!"


Southlake, TX

"I've dealt with depression and anxiety for many years. Medications were not successfully managing my symptoms. TMS really helped to get my symptoms under control."


Austin, TX

Plan a Visit

5 Convenient Locations:

Frisco Behavioral Health Group

4500 Hillcrest Rd #115

Frisco, TX 75035

Southlake Psychiatry

1710 Keller Pkwy

Keller, TX 76248

Neogen Psychiatry

2141 Kirkwood Blvd #130,

Southlake, TX 76092

Center for Integrative Psychiatry

580 S Denton Tap Rd. #250

Coppell, TX 75019

TMS of Austin

1106 Clayton Ln #240W,

Austin, TX 78723

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