Find Relief for Major Depressive Disorder with TMS Therapy

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Find Relief for Major Depressive Disorder with TMS Therapy

Dan Med TMS Offers a Solution for Treatment-Resistant Depression

Approximately 5.5 million people who struggle with depression have reported that antidepressants didn’t give them relief from their symptoms.1,2,3

At Dan Med TMS, part of DiscoveryMD, we offer those struggling with persistent, major depressive disorder (MDD) hope and healing through transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) treatment.

Dan Med TMS Offers a Solution for Treatment-Resistant Depression

Approximately 5.5 million people who struggle with depression have reported that antidepressants didn’t give them relief from their symptoms.1,2,3

At Dan Med TMS, part of DiscoveryMD, we offer those struggling with persistent, major depressive disorder (MDD) hope and healing through transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) treatment.

A Patient's Story

A Patient's Story

TMS Therapy Is the Future of Depression Treatment

TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) is a revolutionary therapy used to treat the symptoms of depression. TMS treatment gently stimulates the areas of the brain that cause depression & anxiety symptoms.

  • A non-drug, non-invasive procedure 
  • FDA-cleared 
  • Performed on 2.5 million people, with the majority saying it brought them the help they needed 
  • Covered by most insurance plans 

TMS Therapy Is the Future of Depression Treatment

TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) is a revolutionary therapy used to treat the symptoms of depression. TMS treatment gently stimulates the areas of the brain that cause depression & anxiety symptoms.

  • A non-drug, non-invasive procedure 
  • FDA-cleared 
  • Performed on 2.5 million people, with the majority saying it brought them the help they needed 
  • Covered by most insurance plans 
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Convenient Locations

Dan Med in Washington

Renton-Kent
350 South 38th Court
Suite 100
Renton, WA 98055

Tacoma
2302 S. Union Avenue
Suite C-30
Tacoma, WA 98405

Dan Med in California

Costa Mesa
940 South Coast Dr
Unit 225
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

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Convenient Locations

Dan Med in Washington

Renton-Kent
350 South 38th Court
Suite 100
Renton, WA 98055

Tacoma
2302 S. Union Avenue
Suite C-30
Tacoma, WA 98406

Dan Med in California

Costa Mesa
940 South Coast Dr
Unit 225
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

TMS-Certified Staff

Our staff are specially trained TMS experts who are extremely dedicated to providing the best possible care, with compassion and understanding.   

“Overall, [TMS] has changed my life entirely… It’s like a brain fog has been lifted… The changes have been positive and constructive [after TMS treatment].”

– Dan Med TMS patient

Health Insurance for TMS

TMS is covered by most major insurance plans. Call us today for a complimentary benefits check.

Health Insurance for TMS

TMS is covered by most major insurance plans. Call us today for a complimentary benefits check.

When You Know it's Time for TMS

How do you know when it’s time for you or your patient to receive TMS treatment? Here’s what to consider:

  • There is no change after trying multiple prescribed antidepressants.
  • There is no change after using a combination of prescribed antidepressants and psychotherapy.
  • An individual cannot tolerate antidepressant medications due to side-effects.

Patient Stories and Media

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Dr. Dandala and Patient speak with Q13 on the life changing effects of TMS

Start Your Journey to Freedom from Depression Today

Contact us today to learn more about how this state-of-the-art TMS treatment works and to make an appointment for a free consultation with our team. Same-day and next-day appointments may be available.

Call (888) 526-3066

Email address is: care@danmedtms.com

1. Kessler RC, et al. (2003). JAMA.
2. https://factfinder.census.gov/faces/nav/jsf/pages/index.xhtml, accessed 1/16/2018.
3. Gaynes BN et al. (2008). Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine. 75(1): 57-66.