Achieve TMS East, Massachusetts’ largest provider of deep TMS therapy for the treatment of depression and OCD, is opening an office in Dundee Park and the public is welcome to the open house.
The open house is Friday, March 22, from 12 to 1:30 p.m. at 2 Dundee Park Drive. Sen. Barry Finegold of Andover will join the director of Operations for Achieve TMS East, Marjorie Pierce.
Guests can tour the facility, participate in an informative presentation with a Q&A, and witness a hands-on demo with the TMS machine. Complimentary lunch and refreshments will be provided throughout the afternoon. Achieve TMS East plans to host public open houses once a month in their Andover office.
“We are grateful for the opportunity to bring this life-changing treatment to the Andover area in order to provide hope for so many people who are suffering with depression,” Pierce said in a press release.
Achieve TMS East, with 12 locations, is the largest provider of Brainsway’s Deep Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (dTMS) in Massachusetts. Major depression is one of the most common psychiatric disorders in the U.S. and affects over 15 million adults. OCD or Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder affects over 2 million adults each year.
Deep TMS therapy is launching a new era in the treatment of depression and OCD and offers hope to those that are suffering from these diseases.
Brainsway’s Deep TMS, a safe, non-invasive treatment, is based on patents filed by the National Institute of Health and has been FDA (Federal Drug Administration) approved for the treatment of depression since 2013 and OCD since 2018. Deep TMS treatment affects the regions of the brain associated with depression and OCD, bringing significant improvement to patients. The brief outpatient treatments allow for little to no disruption in a patient’s daily activity. Immediately after treatment, patients are able to drive home and return to their daily routine, including work commitments.
Please visit achievetmseast.com for more information.