TMS Solutions is proud to be active in treating depression in Broomfield. The stigma of mental health is a struggle for most people and families. Many feel shame and are afraid or embarrassed about stepping out and asking for help. We at TMS Solutions understand these difficulties and want you to know that you are not alone in your struggle.
A recent Denver Public Health publication noted that one-in-eight (76,100) Denver residents are clinically depressed and most aren’t getting treatment. The impact of depression and not treating depression has many negative effects. Some of the effects are increased chronic health conditions, higher suicide rates, increased substance use, premature death, workplace complacency or job loss, all of which affect the general quality of life.
According to the publication:
TMS Solutions is in Broomfield to help you with your depression!
•72.45% of TMS Solutions' clinical patients have a response rate with a reduction in symptoms of greater than 50%.
•42.45% of our patients receive complete remission!
Dr. O'Brien received his Medical Doctorate from Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana then completed his post doctoral work at Indiana University School of Medicine, Departments of Neurology and Psychiatry, where he served as Neurology Chief Resident of Combined Residency Programs. In addition, he earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix, Colorado Springs, CO. Dr. O'Brien also served in the United States Air Force. He was ranked Major, Active Duty, Neurologist, United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN), and by the American Board of Addiction Medicine (ABAM).
I graduated from MSU Denver with my bachelor’s degree in Psychology while minoring in Biology. I have a passion for neuropsychology and love learning about how our brain is responsible for making us who we are. I also achieved my Emergency Medical Technician license from the Community College of Aurora. I worked for two years as an EMT, which was one of the most emotionally rewarding (and challenging) times of my life. I have also worked at an Inpatient Behavioral Health hospital for almost two years.