Active Recovery TMS opens new clinic in Salem, Oregon

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 patients for August appointments at its Boulder Creek clinic on 12th street in South Salem. The clinic will provide people struggling with severe depression with a valuable option for managing their mental health. TMS can reduce symptoms of depression or bring it under control with minimal side effects. It is a Food and Drug Administration-cleared treatment covered by many insurances, including Medicare, the Veterans Affairs Tri-Care/Tri-West, and the Oregon Health Plan.

“TMS is particularly helpful for patients with treatment-resistant depression with response and remission rates that are significantly better than traditional antidepressants,” says Jonathan Horey, M.D. chief medical officer and co-founder of Active Recovery TMS. “This non-invasive treatment has been shown to help patients struggling with depression, particularly those who have not found relief with antidepressants, talk therapy, or have found the former intolerable side effects.”

Active Recovery TMS currently has three locations in Hillsboro, Portland, and Tigard.

For more information on the Salem location click here.

To book a free phone consultation to see if you or someone you love is a good fit for TMS therapy, call 503-389-0961.

Meet Jonathan Horey, MD

Dr. Jonathan Horey became familiar with TMS while training and working at Columbia University in New York City where many of the early and important studies on TMS were conducted. Dr. Horey has since completed more extensive training in TMS and keeps himself up-to-date with the latest research on brain stimulation techniques, including TMS.