Treatment Resistant Depression and Concussion/TBI Wellness Centers

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Supporting Patients With


Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)

What is TMS Therapy?

TMS stands for ‘transcranial magnetic stimulation.’ TMS is an FDA-approved depression treatment that treats depression at its source. TMS uses a magnetic coil that stimulates the area of the brain affected by depression. Over a short period of time, TMS restores the functioning of under-active neurons so that you can enjoy a better quality of life. 

TMS is an outpatient therapy covered by most insurance for adult patients with depression

70% of patients experience long-term relief from depression or complete remission

No sedation, no downtime, no systemic side effects

Palmier TMS® is a safe, comfortable place where you are always heard..

What Conditions Does TMS Therapy Treat?

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Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a non-invasive therapy that utilizes magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain to improve symptoms of depression. 

TMS is normally used when other depression treatments have failed to be completely effective, like medication or talk therapy.

TMS therapy is FDA-approved for the treatment of:

  • Major depressive disorder (MDD) – covered by insurance for adult patients
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Smoking cessation

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We accept all major insurance plans.

We accept a number of insurance plans to help cover the cost depending on your individual needs.

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TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) is medication-free, non-invasive and covered by most insurances.

What Our Customers Have To Say

Brett Quicksilver
Brett Quicksilver
Not only did this treatment improve my mental health substantially, but the staff is also incredibly caring and helpful. I would recommend TMS to ANYONE who struggles with depression, especially at this location.
Jenn Jobe
Jenn Jobe
Palmier TMS is a top notch facility from start to finish! For starters, they are very descriptive of the procedure, how it works and is happy to answer any questions you may have. The insurance verification is quick and flawless, not to mention much more affordable than many other TMS facilities in the area. The Dr handles the questionnaire and mapping himself, which most places do not do. He is very patient, descriptive and answers all your questions clearly. Lastly, the daily process only last 3 minutes and it does not hurt, just feels a little funny. Missy, the administrator is fantastic! She has a smile on her face everyday and promptly handles all your questions professionally. She does a great job of working with your schedule and is a pleasure to see daily.
Selma dul
Selma dul
I’d recommend everyone to try TMS at Palmier if given the opportunity. It was truly a life changing treatment with the best group of people. They were always super flexible with timely responses and the treatments were as enjoyable as can be and quick. Thank you Stacy, Missy, and Jason for all you do!
Greg Thompson
Greg Thompson
After much research we found TMS therapy is one of the safest & most effective options for depression. Palmier TMS has been extremely responsive, providing information for us about TMS therapy. They explained insurance coverage and what private pay would look like. 5 stars for Palmier TMS therapy clinic.
Lisa Conway
Lisa Conway
I have really benefited from TMS therapy and would like to thank the staff, especially Stacy, for making my visits so pleasant and for helping me, in providing me with these treatments that are really life changing in a great way! Thank you so much Palmier TMS and to Stacy for always providing me with exceptional care.
James Milliner
James Milliner
Everyone was nice treated me like family and did a good job at helping me thew the program
Trinity Flaton
Trinity Flaton
After finishing my TMS treatments in mid April, I can say for sure that it has changed my life for the better. Even at the beginning of the year, it was difficult for me to get out of bed every day to do simple tasks. However, since completing treatment, it has been a second nature. I have WANTED to go out and do things, which was rarely a desire before. I do something new about every day. Besides finding myself more happy overall, I have also found it easier to control my emotions and stay cool headed. Now I feel about as carefree and happy as I did as a kid. TMS also provided a nice and safe environment, which I was very appreciative of. I was always offered water and snacks every time I came in for treatment. The staff was very friendly as well; I almost miss going in every day and just chatting with them! Overall, treatment at TMS was definitely worth it. If you feel like you have exhausted your options with therapy and medication, this may be exactly what you need.
Ashley Cullen
Ashley Cullen
As someone who has dealt with depression and being on and off anti depressants since the age of 14 I was skeptical. Worried this wouldn't work. I wasn't entirely sure I wanted to even try, until I spoke to Jason about it. After our conversation I thought what do I really have to lose? Halfway through the treatment I couldn't believe how much in general my outlook on things changed. Now that I've completed the treatment entirely I feel I have hope. Hope that I no longer have to rely on medication any more. Even if I start to fall back, they offer maintenance which is great! I'm so happy with the decision I made to do this. For anyone on the fence to try this, or isn't sure... it's worth it.
ryan shelby
ryan shelby
I tried this after years of unsuccessful treatments and to my surprise, it worked wonderfully! I got immediate relief and was able to get back to living a happier more social life. The staff is great! They are extremely flexible and the conversations help pass the time. Would highly recommend!
Han Zhao
Han Zhao
TMS is life-changing for me! I’ve suffered from severe depression for over a decade. The last 15 months was a constant struggle. I came in with a 19 PHQ9 score and left with a 0-2. I’m adamant with my self growth, self care efforts. However, without the proper chemicals in my brain, those efforts are often moo point. I don’t remember the last time I felt the way I’ve been feeling the last couple of weeks. Stacy and all the staff are also a joy to work with! Hope TMS can help many others the way it’s helped me. 6 months post-treatment review: The TMS treatment I received at Palmier continues to have a positive effect on me. I come in once a month for maintenance treatment after the 36-session treatment. I have been feeling like my normal-self ever since the treatment. I’m able to weather through tough days and distinguish between clinical depression vs. life. Being in remission has been the best thing!

The term mood defines an internal feeling that modulates a person’s behavior and views. Mood disorders are psychiatric problems featuring marked emotional changes. We can break them down into several types, including bipolar disorder, cyclothymia, disruptive mood dysregulation disorder and premenstrual mood dysphoric disorder.

The American Psychological Association defines anxiety as an emotion characterized by tension and worries along with physical changes triggered in response to them. Thus, anxiety features intrusive thoughts but also rapid heartbeat, and high blood pressure.

According to the American Psychological Association, postpartum depression is a persistent feeling of loneliness, sadness, and anxiety after giving birth. This is a mental health problem, unlike the “baby blues,” which is transient and not considered a mood disorder.

Depression is a common and severe mood disorder with both physical and mental health consequences. It not only affects how you feel. It also changes how you handle daily activities, sleep, think, and work. 

It includes dysthymia, persistent depressive disorder, postpartum depression, bipolar depression, seasonal affective disorder and psychotic depression.

TMS Basics

There are three types of bipolar disorder, but they have a definition in common. Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition featuring mood changes along with changes in activity and energy levels. It often affects the capacity of people to perform their daily activities.