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Ketamine Therapy Offers Hope for Treatment-Resistant Depression

Ketamine Therapy Offers Hope for Treatment-Resistant Depression

The search for relief from depression symptoms generally follows a well-trodden path of psychotherapy and medication. Unfortunately, while various combinations of therapy and first-line antidepressants do prove successful for many patients, this standard approach does not work for every patient. […]

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Can Anyone Have TMS Treatment?

Can Anyone Have TMS Treatment?

Finding the best treatment for depression is an individual experience. In spite of the broad spectrum of treatment options available, it can be tough to create a treatment plan that will address your specific symptoms, desires, goals, and concerns. Depression […]

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2006 STAR*D Anti-Depressants Study

2006 STAR*D Anti-Depressants Study

TMS Is an Appropriate Option for Patients Who Have Not Found Success with Antidepressants   Remission from depression is achievable for a sizeable percentage of those who seek treatment for it. Even in cases where first-line treatment options have failed, TMS […]

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Brain Zaps: The Startling Truth About Stopping Antidepressants

Brain Zaps: The Startling Truth About Stopping Antidepressants

“Brain zaps” are sometimes called brain shakes, brain shocks or brain flips.   While the research is not clear on brain zaps causes, scientists believe that they are part of discontinuation syndrome, a phenomenon that occurs as a result of […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder or “Winter Blues”: Seasonal Depression Treatment

Seasonal Affective Disorder or “Winter Blues”: Seasonal Depression Treatment

As the fallen leaves of autumn transition into the blustery cold of winter, many people around the world experience a seasonal type of depression known as seasonal affective disorder, commonly referred to as SAD. It’s been estimated that nearly 14 […]

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What Triggers Depression?

What Triggers Depression?

One in six adults will experience at least one depressive episode at some point in their lifetime. Once an individual suffers an initial instance of depression, there’s a 50 percent chance that they will relapse in the future. The physical and mental […]

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How Does Neurostimulation Treat Depression?

How Does Neurostimulation Treat Depression?

Neurostimulation is a common treatment for a variety of medical conditions, ranging from post-stroke pain and treatment-resistant epilepsy to major depressive disorder. During neurostimulation therapy, a magnetic field or electric current is used to stimulate the nervous system or the brain, sometimes with the […]

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The Future of Psychiatry: TMS Can Treat More Than Just Depression

The Future of Psychiatry: TMS Can Treat More Than Just Depression

Currently, more than 2 million individuals struggle with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in the United States. In recent years, individuals suffering from these often debilitating obsessions and compulsions were left with limited treatment options. Fortunately, the FDA approved transcranial magnetic stimulation OCD treatment in August […]

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Coping with Depression

Coping with Depression

Of the more than 300 million individuals struggling with depression around the globe, nearly 80 percent experience difficulty at home, at work, and in their social lives, due to this debilitating condition. Unfortunately, far too few people are given the tools they need to […]

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How Effective Are Natural Remedies for Depression?

How Effective Are Natural Remedies for Depression?

It is estimated that more than one-fifth of adults in the United States will suffer from major depressive disorder at some point in their lifetime. Today, roughly seven percent of the US adults report experiencing a minimum of one major depression episode […]

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Meet Dr. Horey

 

At Active Recovery TMS, our goal is to provide a safe and effective alternative treatment for depression. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is an especially important treatment option for those who have not had success with standard depression treatments like medication and/or therapy.

Dr. 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.