Major depressive disorder, or depression, is characterized by a prolonged state of sadness or an inability to experience pleasure. This debilitating condition disrupts an individual’s ability to engage in normal and daily routines and negatively impacts their social, work, and family life as a result. While depression is commonly treated with a combination of antidepressants and counseling, medication doesn’t always prove effective. At Restorative Brain Clinic, we offer cutting-edge, non-invasive therapies such as TMS, designed to safely and effectively improve depression symptoms even when antidepressants can’t.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a type of anxiety disorder that causes unwanted and recurring thoughts, which lead to uncontrollable urges to perform particular, repetitive actions. OCD is overwhelming and disruptive to an individual’s daily life and relationships, but it can be treated. Restorative Brain Clinic uses an approach to OCD therapy that can help you manage and overcome your symptoms. Our licensed mental health therapists can help you find relief with a treatment plan that works for you, whether that involves TMS, medication, counseling, or a combination of treatments.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a condition that individuals may develop after experiencing a serious trauma or life-threatening event. When triggered, an individual may relive memories of the event, which elicit a severe physical and emotional response. Here at Restorative Brain Clinic, we offer an evidence-based approach to PTSD treatment. Our PTSD treatment and counseling options are designed to encourage healing in the brain and allow patients to find relief from the traumatic events that are causing these episodes to occur.
Generalized anxiety disorder is characterized by constant distress, inhibiting the performance of normal routines and the enjoyment of life. Different types of anxiety disorders include panic disorder and specific phobias, but the specialists at Restorative Brain Clinic can help you find the right treatment plan to overcome any of them. We offer alternative treatments such as TMS therapy as well as traditional counseling services that focus on your individual situation and needs so you can conquer your anxiety once and for all.
Opioid and Alcohol Abuse
Addiction is a dependence on a behavior or substances, such as alcohol or opioids, that cannot be controlled and may be extremely difficult to quit, even though an individual may desperately want to, the stigma surrounding addiction can cause those suffering to avoid seeking help due to feelings of shame and guilt. At Restorative Brain Clinic, our counseling services and treatment options are aimed at helping patients overcome addiction. From individual and group therapy options to cutting-edge treatments that include the BRIDGE device for detox and vivitrol therapy, we help our patients find the most effective pathway to overcoming substance abuse and developing long-term strategies they can use to remain sober in the future.
Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)
Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is a brain disease that is thought to develop from repeated head trauma, such as concussions, leading to degenerative brain tissue. While there is currently no cure for this condition, promising treatments include TMS, a form of stimulation therapy that encourages healing in the brain. Restorative Brain Clinic offers variations of TMS such as rTMS and dTMS to tailor treatment to each patient’s specific situation.
Finally, the Personalized Approach People Need
No two people are the same even if they’re experiencing similar symptoms, which is why our approach is revolutionary. Our individualized protocols utilize brainwave analysis to assess how different areas of the brain are functioning and reveal areas that aren’t communicating the way they should. We then use this data to develop a personalized and targeted approach aimed at bringing about healthy brain communication.
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