Most of us don’t provide transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) treatment but intermittently want to refer a patient to receive TMS. If we help patients find TMS facilities near their home or work, we reduce the friction and make it more likely that they will get the treatment. Since patients have to go five days a week, it is important that the facility is located relatively close to their home or work.
Different manufacturers of TMS devices provide the ability to search for clinicians who provide TMS using their particular device in or near the zip code entered by the patient. Here are the links from three major manufacturers of TMS (there are others too). They are listed here alphabetically.
To find a clinician who provides TMS using the Brainsway device, see https://www.brainsway.com/patients/find-a-provider/
To find a clinician who provides TMS using Magventure’s MagVita device, see https://magvitatms.com/find-a-provider
To find a clinician who provides TMS using the Neurostar device, see https://neurostar.com. Click on “Find a doctor” in the top right of the page.
The links above are provided for general informational purposes only. Dr. Mago and/or Simple and Practical Medical Education have no financial or other relationship of any kind whatsoever with any of the organizations or websites listed. Readers alone are responsible for verifying and evaluating the credentials and competence of the clinicians and facilities listed at the links above.
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