Everyone, including the assistants, has a genuine interest in the patient’s mental health.
The technology itself is borderline miraculous and took me down from moderate-severe depression to barely mild. Plus, the entire treatment was covered by my OHP plan.”
I left feeling as though my life had been given back to me. I have returned to all the things I love to do with energy and joy!
I am forever grateful to Active Recovery TMS and the amazing people who staff the office. I give them my highest recommendation.”
These folks are buttoned up. If I had known how effective it was I would have done it sooner.”
Active Recovery TMS – Patient outcomes
The data backs up the experience of our patients at Active Recovery TMS.
- 79% of our patients showed a greater than 25% reduction in depression symptoms.
- 56% of our patients experience a 50% reduction in depression.
- 33% of our patients achieve remission and no longer experience depression symptoms.
- Out of 300+ patients, only 5% have discontinued treatment early.
Measuring the Outcomes of TMS
We can learn the effectiveness of TMS in treating depression and depressive symptoms by using the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9). The PHQ-9 is a question-based multipurpose instrument for diagnosing, monitoring, and measuring the severity of depression. It scores the frequency of each of the nine DSM-V criteria for depression within a range of 0 (“not at all”) to 3 (“nearly every day”).
The PHQ-9 is often used as a scientific metric for the effect of a treatment on patients with major depressive disorder. Improvement over time in depressive symptoms would be indicated by progressively lower scores on the PHQ-9.