TMS Solutions featured in film “Quiet Explosions” about PTSD and brain trauma premiering on Amazon Nov. 10th.

Posted by TMS Solutions Staff on Nov 9, 2020 5:19:53 PM

Depression affects all of us in deep and devastating ways—even those we might not expect.

"It was the thought that people aren't going to miss me. I was shameful and guilty of being depressed all the time. I didn't want to be around anymore," said former NFL quarterback and Super Bowl XXVI MVP Mark Rypien.

Throughout the course of his NFL career, Rypien experienced what more than 2 million people across the U.S. suffer every year: Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), a disruption in the normal function of the brain caused by injury. TBI is one of the leading causes of death and disability in the U.S. according to the CDC, and yet, it’s a topic rarely discussed in film, news or other media.

Until now.

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Topics: TMS Therapy, #QuietExplosions, #TMSsolutions, #TMStherapy

World Mental Heath Day 2020 - Move For Mental Health: Let's Invest

Tomorrow, October 10th, is World Mental Health Day. “This annual program was created as a way to bring more attention to mental illness and its effects on individual life, work, family and overall stability of communities and countries.”1 It was a day founded by the World Federation for Mental Health in 1992.

Each year, World Mental Health Day has a theme. In 2019, the theme focused on suicide prevention. This year, the theme is ‘Move for Mental Health: Let’s Invest.’

“World Mental Health Day is an opportunity for the world to come together and begin redressing the historic neglect of mental health,” said Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization. “We are already seeing the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic on people’s mental well-being, and this is just the beginning. Unless we make serious commitments to scale up investment in mental health right now, the health, social and economic consequences will be far-reaching.”2

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Topics: WorldMentalHealthDay, worldmentalhealthday2020, mentalhealth, @TeamRWB, @WMHDay, RWBPledge10, #ChallengeTheStigma

Treating Depression In Montrose, Colorado.

Posted by TMS Staff - scooped another great article on Feb 11, 2020 9:57:39 AM

In the Valley Health section of the Montrose Daily Press, February 7, 2020, writer Leslie Brown got a tour of TMS Solutions Montrose with Graham Trenda. Trenda is a certified TMS Technician as well as a Patient Advocate for TMS Solutions, a company treating depression with a revolutionary treatment outside the typically prescribed medications.

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Topics: Treating Depression in Montrose Colorado, TMS Therapy Treatment

988: Mental Health Emergency

Since we were young, we've been ingrained to call 9-1-1 in the case of an emergency. From house fires, car accidents, to someone requiring immediate medical attention--dialing this three-digit number has become second nature. Cell phones, which weren't even around when 9-1-1 came into existence (1968, in case you were wondering) are now designed to allow anyone to dial 9-1-1, whether the phone is locked or not. We've made it incredibly easy, and that ease of access has saved countless lives.

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Topics: Suicide Prevention

Amber's Testimonial - "I wavered between life and death more times than I can count."

Posted by a TMS Therapy Patient on Nov 19, 2019 1:03:24 PM

Amber's Story:

"TMS Therapy has changed my life. I’ve suffered from severe depression, severe PTSD (Non-Combat), and major depression for a little over 20 years. Please take a couple minutes to read this -- it may just save your life.

Having been in therapy for 20 years with several different counselors, we tried every traditional therapy, including EMDR.  Nothing made a difference.

I wavered between life and death more times than I can count. Suicidal thoughts had become routine in my life. I’ll admit--I tried to commit suicide a few times and failed. My life was filled with so much darkness, that it was all I could see in front of me.

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Topics: Testimonial

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