Case Studies & Clinical Validation
22-Year-Old Suicidal Male Experiences Remission with dTMS & Full Remission of Treatment-Resistant Depression
Peter had been depressed since his earliest childhood memories. He vividly recalled hanging upside down from the jungle gym because he heard that it would make him fall asleep and never wake up.
Tom was first diagnosed with depression at the age of 8, and reported being depressed most of the time since age 12 or 13. Prominent symptoms included poor appetite, anhedonia, social isolation, low energy and inability to concentrate.
A 22-year-old female, was referred to TMS Center of Colorado for treatment of severe depression and anxiety by another doctor. At the time the referral was made, she was unable to attend college, had strong suicidal thoughts and was hospitalized three times in 12 months for symptoms of depression.
A 59-year-old female was referred to TMS Center of Colorado by her psychiatrist. She presented with severe depression and moderate anxiety, reported strong suicidal ideation, excessive crying and feelings of sadness. She had been hospitalized three times for mental health reasons.