Larry’s Story of Hope with TMS Therapy

March 1, 2016

New Hope TMS Depression Therapy logo - sunbird onlyDepression had been a part of my life for a long time. I suffered from muddled thinking, severe anxiety, and a melancholic view of the future. I took the anti-depressant Zoloft for almost 20 years, but the drug eventually lost most of its efficacy and caused undesirable side effects.

I became aware of TMS through a televised interview featuring Dr. Cathy Hart. I was immediately intrigued. I decided to try TMS Therapy. Treatment went well and during the last two weeks of my therapy, Dr. Hart reduced my dosage of Zoloft. I have now been off the drug for 10 months.

After completing TMS, there was a period of readjustment until I reached an even keel. Eventually, Dr. Hart prescribed 10 more sessions of treatment and simultaneously supplemented them with 10 treatments for anxiety. Since then I’ve experienced smooth sailing. I feel like a new man.

I am now living with neither the need nor desire for the medication. I am able to concentrate better and the side effects have disappeared. Like any human there are blue days and anxious moments but I’m not overwhelmed by them.

Kudos for the office staff and Dr. Hart. Appointments were always as scheduled by the staff. They returned calls in timely manner. When situations arose that required special arrangement, accommodation was the order. One auxiliary benefit of any time spent in the waiting room was that most folks freely entered into conversation regarding their situation or that of their loved ones being treated. HIPPA restrictions to the contrary those of us present in the waiting room knew that either we or our loved ones were suffering from the same malady. It was good to hear reports of progress and to share yours with others as an encouragement.

Dr. Hart is compassionate. Her compassion is demonstrated in the care she gives and the concern she has. She goes the extra mile. If you suffer from depression or know someone who does, give TMS an opportunity to assist you in making real progress in this pervasive malady.