Treatment-resistant depression (TRD) poses a significant challenge for psychiatrists. The challenge of treating patients with TRD is compounded by the lack of a consensus definition and a paucity of evidence-based medicine to provide guidance.
As a caring physician, you are dedicated to delivering exceptional patient care, yet recognize that the growth of your practice is mainly dependent on time. Psychiatrists now have a device to comprehensively treat TRD after the failure of medications and not refer to larger centers. Currently, Brainsway Deep TMS systems are treating patients in leading institutions and private mental health clinics all over the world.
During the webinar Dr. Aron Tendler will discuss the Clinical, Technical and financial aspect of adding Deep TMS to your depression treatment tool box. Among the topics, Dr. Tendler will focus on:
- Basic principles: How Does Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Work? Gain an in-depth understanding of how Brainsway’s proprietary H-coil technology generates magnetic pulses which safely and non-invasively stimulate specific deep brain regions associated with different brain pathologies.
- Who is a candidate for Deep TMS treatment? Over 50% of the 15 million Americans who suffer from major depression each year stand to benefit from Deep TMS. Transcraniel Magnetic Stimulation is especially effective for patients who have already tried antidepressants. Find out which of your patients will benefit from this treatment.
- What are the clinical outcomes of deep TMS treatment? The efficacy of Brainsway’s technology has been proven through multiple studies, including a double-blind, randomized, controlled study for the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder. Come see the results discussed in-depth
- Business and technical aspects of implementing deep TMS into your practice. Brainsway Deep TMS therapy is easy to use, both for Doctors and patients. Sessions are only twenty minutes in length, are non-invasive, and are well tolerated. There are no lasting side effects, and patients can immediately return to their normal routines. Hear more about the technical aspects of having TMS therapy in your practice.
When? Thursday, April 14th, at 8pm EST