• Non-invasive treatment for depression

  • Ease symptoms & improve mood

  • Safe, effective, and well-tolerated

  • Safe in pregnancy & postpartum

  • Return to normal activities immediately following each session


Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a noninvasive procedure that uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain to improve symptoms of depression. TMS is typically used when other depression treatments haven't been effective. This treatment for depression involves delivering repetitive magnetic pulses, so it's called repetitive TMS or rTMS.

During an rTMS session, a trained operator places an electromagnetic coil against the patient's scalp near their forehead. The electromagnet painlessly delivers a magnetic pulse that stimulates nerve cells in the region of your brain involved in mood control and depression. It's thought to activate regions of the brain that have decreased activity in depression.

Though the biology of why rTMS works isn't completely understood, the stimulation appears to impact how the brain is working, which in turn seems to ease depression symptoms and improve mood.

Ericha Clare, ND, LAc, IFMCP
Ericha Clare, ND, LAc, IFMCP

• Functional and Naturopathic Medicine
• Evaluation & Analysis of Comprehensive & Specialty Labs
• Neurological & Cognitive Assessment
• Body Composition via Bio-Impedance Analysis
• Heart Rate Variability Assessment & Training
• Acupuncture

Kirstin Wilson, ND, ATC
Kirstin Wilson, ND, ATC

• Brain Injury Care and Motor Vehicle Accidents

• Holistic Neurology

• Environmental Illnesses 

• Cranial Sacral Therapy

• Energy Medicine 

Kim Goodale, PsyD, BCB
Kim Goodale, PsyD, BCB

• Clinical Health Psychologist 

• Psychological and Neurocognitive Assessments

• BCIA Certified Biofeedback 

• Pain & Weight Management 

• Anxiety, Depression, PTSD 

• Smoking Cessation