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The Power of TMS- Story of Brian


Before TMS, life was a huge struggle. Everyday I felt as if nothing in life would ever get better. One day, my psychiatrist had mentioned a treatment called TMS. I had never heard of it or knew anyone else who had gone through it. I agreed with my psychiatrist and we set a date to start the treatment. 

At first I was skeptical, thinking something like this would never work for me. After about two weeks into TMS, I started noticing something was different with me. I was less angry, less anxious, and more willing to open up to my feelings, and I smiled more. Others also noticed a difference as treatment went on. With an optimistic view to keep on going, and a wonderful staff such as Stephenie helping along the way, I can confidently say that I feel so much better than I did before. 
For anyone who is skeptical about this treatment, I can highly recommend  to give it a try and keep up with treatments. It may just be what is needed to help you on your journey to recovery.

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