This is BrainsWay’s global website. The global website is not intended for persons in the United States and includes information on clinical indications that were not cleared by the FDA, which are subject to further US regulatory review for safety and efficacy. BrainsWay is cleared by the FDA only for patients with MDD who failed to respond to one or more anti-depressants in the current episode, and for patients with OCD as an adjunct treatment.
Showcase represents the public debut of BrainsWay’s Deep TMS system for OCD Healthcare providers will be able to view demonstrations of and purchase the BrainsWay system and OCD helmet at conference booth #109
HACKENSACK, N.J., October 17, 2018 – BrainsWay Ltd. (TASE: BRIN), the parent company of BrainsWay USA, Inc., and a global leader in the advanced non-invasive treatment of brain disorders, today announces the company will present information on its deep transcranial magnetic stimulation (Deep TMS) system for the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) during the Innovation Showcase at the 2018 Psych Congress being held from October 25-28, 2018, in Orlando, Fla. In addition to the showcase, BrainsWay will be conducting demonstrations of its Deep TMS system for the treatment of OCD in adults at the BrainsWay exhibit (booth #109) throughout the conference. At the exhibit, healthcare providers will be able to order both the OCD helmet and the full BrainsWay system for the treatment of OCD and major depressive disorder for their clinic or office.
Showcase Presentation Details:
Date: Friday, October 26, 2018
Time: 5:45 – 6:15 pm EST
Presentation Title: “Deep TMS: Transforming the Treatment Paradigm for OCD”
Presenter: Dr. Aron Tendler, chief medical officer, BrainsWay
Location: Showcase Theater
“This year’s Psych Congress provides a great opportunity for BrainsWay to educate physicians about Deep TMS and its use for the treatment of OCD in adults, in addition to its use for addressing treatment-resistant major depressive disorder. Our presentation and live demonstrations of the TMS helmet for OCD will allow all conference visitors to learn more about how to help patients who do not respond to first line medication with this new noninvasive
and effective treatment,” said Yaacov Michlin, president and chief executive officer of BrainsWay. “This new indication represents the first-ever non-invasive medical device clearance for the treatment of OCD and brings a much-needed treatment option for the more than two million adults that suffer from this disorder.”
BrainsWay’s Deep TMS technology differs from that of other focal TMS devices in that it has broad applicability and can directly stimulate areas of the brain at a greater depth and breadth than any other TMS device on the market safely and efficiently. While other focal TMS devices are limited to treating major depressive disorder, BrainsWay can now directly target previously unreachable areas of the brain with its proprietary coils, allowing it to effectively treat OCD as well.
More than 2 million adults in the United States suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). It is a severe, chronic psychiatric disease characterized by a pattern of obsessive thoughts and compulsive repetitive behaviors, which has a significantly destructive effect on patients’ day-to-day activities. Current treatment options include SSRI antidepressant medications, which must be given at very high doses for OCD patients, cognitive-behavioral treatment (CBT), or a combination of these treatment options. OCD is very difficult to treat since many patients do not respond to pharmacologic or CBT treatment, and many have difficulty tolerating the side effects of the pharmacological treatment.
BrainsWay is engaged in the research, development and sales and marketing of a medical system for non-invasive treatment of common brain disorders. The medical system developed and manufactured by the company is based on a unique breakthrough technology called Deep TMS, which can reach significant depth and breadth of the brain and produce broad stimulation and functional modulation of targeted brain areas. In the U.S., the Company’s device has been FDA cleared for the treatment of major depressive disorder (MDD) since 2013, and is now FDA cleared (De-Novo) for the treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). The Company’s systems have also received CE clearance and are sold worldwide for the treatment of various brain disorders.