Healthcare Professional FAQs

BrainsWay’s Deep TMS is currently FDA-cleared to treat both Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). With promising new studies in the pipeline, additional mental health conditions may also receive FDA clearance status in the future.

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In general, BrainsWay Deep TMS therapy should not be used for patients with metal implants in or around the head […]

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BrainsWay’s Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (dTMS) has been proven to benefit individuals battling a variety of mental health conditions. These include Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and many more conditions, specified on BrainsWay’s website. Additionally, Deep TMS’s noninvasive and well-tolerated nature make it particularly beneficial for those who suffer from side effects caused by pharmacological mental health treatments or ECT. Its effectiveness also makes it beneficial for those who have not found substantial enough improvement from psychotherapy.

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Numerous clinical studies published by reputable peer-reviewed journals have concluded that BrainsWay’s Deep TMS therapy is successful in alleviating symptoms of mental health conditions, thereby offering patients greater relief.

Read more about Deep TMS effectiveness in our clinical research section, or click here to read about clinical evidence of Deep TMS efficacy.

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BrainsWay Deep TMS therapy has been tested in over 60 clinical studies for various clinical indications in leading institutions worldwide.

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I have a patient who tried several antidepressants and had poor results – what are the chances of improvement using BrainsWay Deep TMS Therapy?

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BrainsWay’s Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (dTMS) is a safe and noninvasive therapy that has been proven effective in relieving various mental health conditions. Minor, temporary side effects that may occur normally pass on their own. Individuals should consult with their doctor to determine whether Deep TMS is right for them.

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BrainsWay Deep TMS treatment has been proven safe, effective, and has no known systemic side effects.

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Typically, patients hear a tapping sound and feel a tapping sensation in the head area during BrainsWay Deep TMS therapy session. To diminish the sound, the patient is provided with earplugs.

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dTMS is a simple to operate, noninvasive treatment process that allows practitioners to directly stimulate structures located deep within the brain that have been linked to various mental health conditions. The procedure is carried out by fitting a helmet holding BrainsWay’s patented H-coil onto the patient’s head and activating an electromagnetic field that safely influences their brain’s neural activity.

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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, or TMS is a noninvasive treatment where magnetic fields are safely activated to regulate brain activity related to a variety of mental health conditions. Both the earlier standard rTMS and the advanced Deep TMS have been proven to improve the well-being of patients seeking relief, with Deep TMS showing evidence of greater symptom relief.

Read more about the differences between standard rTMS and Deep TMS on BW’s website.

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The ability to prescribe and administer Deep TMS therapy varies according to local laws and insurance policies. Psychiatrists are universally able to offer dTMS care, with other mental healthcare professionals also allowed in accordance with the above-mentioned specifications.

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Deep TMS treatment requires certain amenities to ensure patients receive a comfortable professional process before, during, and after the treatment itself. This includes features such as a treatment space of at least 8’x10’, a comfortable chair with a straight back for the patient to sit in during treatment, and the relevant stimuli for treating the mental health condition being targeted.

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Mental health professionals who add Deep TMS to the list of treatments they offer are provided with a comprehensive array of support for their business. This includes a thorough training process, full technical assistance, marketing and PR support to spread the word of their new service, reimbursement and billing assistance, and practice workflow consulting.

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Mental health practitioners may acquire BrainsWay’s Deep TMS equipment through several payment plans, which include Leasing, Direct Purchase and Risk Share (pay-per-use). This allows prospective BrainsWay partners to choose a cost-effective purchase plan that best fits their own business.

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Based on FDA clearance and strong clinical results, Deep TMS is being recognized as a proven treatment method for a growing number of mental health conditions. As a result, insurance companies, including Medicare and private payers, are broadly offering coverage for dTMS therapy for depression and are currently evaluating coverage options for OCD treatment.

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BrainsWay’s Deep TMS therapy has been cleared by Europe’s CE certification for treating a variety of disorders.

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