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providing you with deep tms and psychiatry
At Breakaway, we are committed to helping our patients succeed through high quality personalized treatment in Topeka. We have a full-time psychiatrist on staff for clients who need a medication regimen and we are also excited to offer the latest treatment for depression and PTSD associated depression – deep transcranial magnetic stimulation (dTMS).
Tending to your mental health needs doesn’t have to be overwhelming. As soon as you step in the door you will be greeted with a smile and treated with respect at our beautiful treatment space in Topeka.
Go beyond medication
Breakaway can help you break through the sadness and start anew with a safe, non-invasive and effective treatment for depression. TMS has been shown to bring significant improvement to patients suffering from depression, including those who have tried several types of antidepressants to no avail. Don’t let depression or PTSD hold you back Breakaway and get back to life.
Breakaway is able to provide the latest in depression treatment thanks to deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS).
Effective for 3 out of 4 patients
In real-life clinical settings, the treatment was proven to be effective for 3 out of 4 patients, with 51% remission rate and 75% response rate for those suffering from depression. Breakaway is one of only a few clinics in the state of Kansas offering this breakthrough technology.
Deep Transcranial Magenetic Stimulation Therapy
If you are suffering and looking for a solution, TMS could be the answer for your depression.
If you have tried multiple anti-depressants with inadequate results, OR if you prefer a non-medicated and non-invasive treatment for managing depression without the harsh side effects of drugs, then TMS Therapy (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) may be for you.
TMS Can Help Overcome...
Deep Sadness, Low Energy, Lack of Interest, Moods & Irritability, and Suicidal Thoughts.
Non-Invasive, Non-Drug Treatment, Non-Sedating, and Non-Systemic – nothing enters the bloodstream.
Deep TMS and PTSD
Following the MDD (Major Depressive Disorder) protocol, we treat PTSD with five sessions a week for up to six weeks, then a three-week period of less frequent sessions. After a regular round of sessions, patients have reported that their PTSD and MDD symptoms are less intense and that they are much less likely to experience them.
Each person’s experience of PTSD is different, although common symptoms of PTSD you may notice improving include:
Vivid flashbacks, as if the traumatic event is being relived
Intrusive thoughts and images
Intense distress at actual or symbolic reminders of the traumatic event
Physical sensations, such as pain, sweating, nausea, and trembling
Extreme alertness or ‘hypervigilance’
Irritability and aggressive behavior
Self-destructive behavior, such as drug and alcohol abuse
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