Depression & OCD Treatment in OR & WA - Active Recovery TMS in OR and WA

What is TMS?

“The joyous part of what we do is watching lives transform – right before our eyes – in weeks.” 
– Dr. Pritham Raj, Chief Medical Officer

TMS is an Evidence-based Treatment for Depression and OCD

When antidepressants fail to provide relief, TMS can help. Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is an FDA-cleared, non-invasive, nonmedication, alternative treatment for depression and obsessive compulsive disorder.

TMS uses a highly focused, pulsed magnetic field (similar to an MRI) to stimulate a specific area of the brain associated with controlling mood. After repeated treatments, TMS can decrease the symptoms of depression or OCD.

TMS Treatment Defined

How TMS Works

What TMS Treats

TMS is Covered by most insurance plans

The good news is that many insurance providers cover TMS treatment for patients with major depressive disorder. Active Recovery TMS works with most commercial insurance plans as well as Medicaid, Medicare, TRICARE, and TriWest. We are also in-network for Care Oregon. 

Now Offering Talk Therapy

We believe psychotherapy is a complementary addition to TMS and so clearly fits our capabilities and mission to provide patient-centered, evidence-based collaborative mental healthcare for all. Each session focuses on a specific problem in an effort to guide patients toward results in a shorter timeframe than traditional talk therapy.

With cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), both patient and therapist work together to set a goal to accomplish during the session with an aim to change the patient’s thinking patterns and improve their overall quality of life. Patients do not need prior therapy experiences to participate in this new program.

We offer therapy services at all of our locations.

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Todd’s TMS Patient Journey

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