You are not alone. Hope is still available for those suffering from depression during the COVID-19/Coronavirus pandemic. We’re still open for business and currently treating patients. Call us to see if you are a good candidate for TMS.
Approximately 45% of patients with major depression are believed to have treatment-resistant depression (TRD). These patients fail to alleviate their symptoms after at least two trials of antidepressants. When antidepressants fail to provide relief, TMS can provide a non-invasive, non-medication alternative treatment for depression.Learn more about TMS
Many Americans coping with depression are asking does insurance cover TMS treatment, a promising therapy for those afflicted with hard-to-treat depression? TMS stands for transcranial magnetic stimulation, an FDA-cleared procedure that uses a highly focused, pulsed magnetic field — similar to an MRI — to stimulate the regions of the brain involved in regulating mood. The treatment is non-invasive, well tolerated, and has success rates comparable to that of antidepressant therapies. And the good news: many insurance providers cover TMS treatment for qualified patients.Learn more about TMS
In addition to our partnership with BrainsWay, we now can offer NeuroStar TMS Therapy. NeuroStar is the leading medical device manufacturer in the TMS industry.Learn more
TMS was approved in 2008 by the FDA for treatment of major depression. The early studies have shown that TMS is more effective, by a factor of 5, for many patients who have tried multiple medications. Watch to learn more about the effectiveness of TMS.
Many people’s first question when they hear about TMS Therapy is, “Does Insurance Cover TMS Therapy?” Watch this video to learn more about this important question.
This exciting advance in the treatment of depression is now available in the Portland metro area. Brought to the region by Dr. Jonathan Horey, the co-founder and chief medical officer of Active Recovery TMS, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) offers hope to those who have not responded to traditional treatments for depression and those who suffer from severe depression. The staff at Active Recovery TMS, including skilled psychiatrist Dr. Horey, are passionate about finding progressive solutions to depression and committed to providing patients with a superior TMS therapy experience.
When traditional treatments for depression fail, it is time to contact Active Recovery TMS, with clinics in Portland, Hillsboro and Tigard, OR.Book a FREE phone consultation
Dr. Jonathan Horey, co-founder and chief medical officer, has been practicing psychiatry since 2006 and treating patients with transcranial magnetic stimulation since 2017. He is passionate about treatment of depression and helping his patients.
TMS therapy is a non-invasive, pain-free procedure that uses a continuous electrical current to create a magnetic field around the mood centers of the brain. It is believed that the magnetic field stimulates the reward and motivation pathways of the brain in the subgenual anterior cingulate cortex, thereby reducing or eliminating depressive episodes.Meet Dr. Horey
Tammy Hernandez from AM Northwest interviewed Dr. Jonathan Horey at our Hillsboro clinic location to learn more about the TMS therapy course of treatment, possible side effects, patient outcomes and our plans to open a new clinic in Salem. To watch the interview interview, click on the link below. https://katu.com/amnw/am-northwest-lifestyle-health/active-recovery-tms-help-for-depressionRead More
By Jean Dion - Special to Salem Reporter People with treatment-resistant depression have been driving from Salem to Tigard for their special therapy sessions. In...Read More
Active Recovery TMS's Dr. Jonathan Horey joins Mary Louise VanNatta and Dave Bourne to discuss "Ways to Spot Depression and Possible Treatments" on KYKN's Newsmaker...Read More
Active Recovery TMS, an Oregon-based clinic specializing in transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) to treat depression, is opening an office in the capital city and is scheduling...Read More