Taming “The Black Dog of Depression”

The Black Dog of Depression

The Black Dog of Depression
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, mental illness affects one in six people in the United States. While there is a stigma attached to mental illness, it is critical to get comfortable talking about it. May is Mental …

NeuroStar – Colleen’s Story

NeuroStar® patient Colleen discusses her experience with depression and previous treatments and how the NeuroStar® Advanced Therapy treatment changed her life.

Colleen C., NeuroStar® Patient – “I’m Colleen. I’m a mom. I’m a sister. I’m a friend.

NeuroStar – Debbie’s Story

Debbie discusses her struggle with depression and medication and shares the story of her experience with the NeuroStar® treatment.

Debbie H., NeuroStar® Patient – “My name is Debbie. I’m a mother, I’m a wife, I’m a writer and

Dr. Kimberly Cress in NeuroStar Press Release

Kim Cress at US Psych Congress

Kim Cress at U.S. Psych CongressDr. Kimberly Cress of TMS Serenity Center was quoted in a recent press release from NeuroStar on their presentation of clinical data and key findings at the 2017 U.S. Psychiatric & Mental Health Congress. Dr. Cress stated:

“NeuroStar is the

Dr. Kimberly Cress questioned about the TMS magnet cure for depression

Breakthrough magnet cure for depression article

In a recent article by Peg Verone titled “Breakthrough magnet Cure for depression!” published in Woman’s World Magazine, Dr. Kimberly Cress, based in Sugar Land, TX, and other TMS doctors were asked a number of great questions about the Transcranial …

NeuroStar – Transforming Your Practice

Dr. Kim Cress and other NeuroStar® Physicians discuss the benefits of the NeuroStar® treatment that they provide to patients that are suffering from depression when other treatments have failed.

Dr. Marie Supris, NeuroStar® Physician – “There’s been

NeuroStar – Transforming Treatment

Hear from Debbie H. who struggled with depression and unsuccessful medication until she was treated with NeuroStar®.

Debbie H., NeuroStar® Patient – “My depression felt like I was in a deep, deep very dark hole. And no

TMS for the Wintertime Blues, and Every Other Season

Tribune - News for today's seniors

Tribune Quotes Dr. Cress’ comments on TMS and SAD

Tribune - News for today's seniors
It turns out that wintertime may not be the only time when people feel notably sad due to environmental factors. There is actually a short-term condition called Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) …