Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

During a NeuroStar Advanced Therapy treatment session, a magnet similar in strength to that used in a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine is used to stimulate nerve cells in the area of the brain thought to control mood. These magnetic pulses may have a positive effect on the brain’s neurotransmitter levels, making long-term remission possible.

Before Treatment

Simply recline in the comfortable treatment chair and your technician will position a small magnetic coil gently on your head.

During Treatment

NeuroStar sends magnetic pulses to stimulate the brain’s target areas. It’s normal to hear clicking sounds and feel tapping sensations on your head.

After Treatment

Each NeuroStar Advanced Therapy treatment takes less than 19 minutes depending on your doctor’s recommendation. You can resume your regular activities immediately!

How Safe is TMS?

TMS Therapy has been proven highly safe and effective in the treatment of depression. TMS Therapy is free of side effects typically experienced with antidepressant medications. The most common side effect associated with treatment is pain or discomfort at or near the treatment area – generally mild to moderate.

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Find Your Way To Happiness

To learn more about if Neurostar Advanced TMS Therapy at Dean and Associates is right for you, and what to expect, Contact Us Today!


The future couldn’t be any brighter than it is right now. Neurostar gave me the will to be the best me. I feel like I’m finally getting my fairytale.


Former NeuroStar Client

After receiving treatment, I looked forward to the next day. I looked forward to a lot of things that I didn’t really care to do anymore. It shined a new light on my life.


Former NeuroStar Client

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