Albany TMS Clinic

Neuralia TMS

Non-Invasive

Medicare Covered

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Got questions? Why not schedule a no-cost and introductory appointment with one of our TMS practitioners.

Albany TMS Clinic

Neuralia TMS

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Non-invasive

Evidence-based

Medicare-covered

No out-of-pocket costs

Next Day Consults

Got questions? Why not schedule a no-cost, introductory appointment with one of our TMS practitioners.

TMS Clinic Albany

2 Pioneer Rd, Albany WA 6330, Australia

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 8:00pm

Tuesday 8:30am - 8:00pm

Wednesday 8:30am - 8:00pm

Thursday 8:30am - 8:00pm

Friday 8:30am - 5:30pm

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed

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Overcome depression with TMS at Pioneer Health Albany

TMS, or Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, is a game-changing treatment we offer for depression. It uses powerful magnets to wake up parts of the brain that aren’t working as they should.

Quick and easy, TMS lets you continue with your day normally, with no hospital stay needed. Our supportive team ensures the process is smooth and fits your life perfectly.

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TMS is a non-invasive therapy for Depression, OCD, PTSD & Pain

TMS was first developed in 1985 and became FDA approved for Depression in 2008. In November 2021, TMS was listed under Medicare for Treatment Resistant Depression. It is evidence-based and backed by over 35 years of research.


About TMS Clinic Albany

Neuralia TMS, in partnership with Pioneer Health Albany is proud to offer Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) service in Albany and the greater Great Southern region.

Leading this innovative service is David, a principal practitioner at Pioneer Health with a diverse medical interest spanning preventative medicine, mental health, chronic conditions such as fatigue and fibromyalgia, and skin cancer surgery.

His dedication not only enriches our healthcare offerings but also underscores our commitment to introducing advanced, life-enhancing therapeutic options to our community.

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TMS can free patients from a lifetime of drug treatment & side effects

TMS was first developed in 1985 and became FDA approved for Depression in 2008. In November 2021, TMS was listed under Medicare for Treatment Resistant Depression. It is evidence-based and backed by over 35 years of research.

How does TMS work?

TMS stimulates neural activity in brain regions that are underactive. This underactivity is often seen in regions associated with mental illness and chronic pain.

For example, in individuals with depression or anxiety, decreased activity in a region of the brain called the “prefrontal cortex” will typically be seen.  This is represented in the image below which shows a PET (Positron Emission Tomography) scan of a person’s brain with depression and without depression. The prefrontal cortex plays an important role in mood regulation. 

When these nerves are activated repeatedly, lasting changes in brain circuity can occur through the process of neuroplasticity.

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How does TMS work?

TMS stimulates neural activity in brain regions that are underactive. This underactivity is often seen in regions associated with mental illness and chronic pain.

For example, in individuals with depression or anxiety, decreased activity in a region of the brain called the “prefrontal cortex” will typically be seen.  This is represented in the image below which shows a PET (Positron Emission Tomography) scan of a person’s brain with depression and without depression . The prefrontal cortex plays an important role in mood regulation. 

When these nerves are activated repeatedly, lasting change in brain circuity can occur through the process of neuroplasticity.

Get TMS Therapy near you. Find us at:

pioneer health infographic compare brain activity

Benefits of TMS

Reducing or Eliminating Medication

A key goal for treatment is to reduce one’s need for antidepressant medication. As such, often antidepressants (and their side effects) can be eliminated after a course of TMS.

Lasting benefits

The benefits of TMS typically have long-lasting results. This is because, unlike medication which focuses on changing the amount of chemicals in the brains, TMS induces neuroplastic changes and facilitates the regrowth of neural connections.

Non-Invasive

There is no downtime with TMS. You can work, drive or exercise immediately after treatment. TMS allows one to quickly resume their daily activities and get on with living their life.

Benefits of TMS

Reducing or Eliminating Medication

A key goal for treatment is to reduce one’s need for antidepressant medication. As such, often antidepressants (and their side effects) can be eliminated after a course of TMS.

Lasting benefits

The benefits of TMS typically have long-lasting results. This is because, unlike medication which focuses on changing the amount of chemicals in the brains, TMS induces neuroplastic changes and facilitates the regrowth of neural connections.

Non-Invasive

There is no downtime with TMS. You can work, drive or exercise immediately after treatment. TMS allows one to quickly resume their daily activities and get on with living their life.

What does TMS look like?

Start your TMS journey with a simple “Mapping” appointment. Our skilled team, including Dr. David Tadj, who leads the TMS service, will:

  1. Locate the Target Area: We’ll find the precise area in your brain, specifically near the forehead in the Prefrontal Cortex, to apply the treatment. This region is crucial for enhancing neuroplasticity, which strengthens the connections between nerves, vital for battling conditions like depression.
  2. Tailor Your Protocol: Every brain is unique, and so should your treatment. We’ll determine your RMT (Resting Motor Threshold) — the least amount of magnetic force needed to activate a motor nerve in your brain — to personalise your TMS sessions.

After mapping, you’ll transition into your TMS Treatment sessions. These comfortable, 20-minute sessions allow you to unwind, converse with our dedicated TMS nurses, or make the time fly by watching Netflix.

For a deeper understanding, refer to our TMS patient journey. Or, to see TMS in action, click here to watch Dr. Wick both explain and undergo the procedure.

What TMS looks like?

Start your TMS journey with a simple “Mapping” appointment. Our skilled team, including Dr. David Tadj, who leads the TMS service, will:

  1. Locate the Target Area: We’ll find the precise area in your brain, specifically near the forehead in the Prefrontal Cortex, to apply the treatment. This region is crucial for enhancing neuroplasticity, which strengthens the connections between nerves, vital for battling conditions like depression.
  2. Tailor Your Protocol: Every brain is unique, and so should your treatment. We’ll determine your RMT (Resting Motor Threshold) — the least amount of magnetic force needed to activate a motor nerve in your brain — to personalise your TMS sessions.

After mapping, you’ll transition into your TMS Treatment sessions. These comfortable, 20-minute sessions allow you to unwind, converse with our dedicated TMS nurses, or make the time fly by watching Netflix.

For a deeper understanding, refer to our TMS patient journey. Or, to see TMS in action, click here to watch Dr. Wick both explain and undergo the procedure.

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Jayden S ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ I had an unbelievable experience with Neuralia TMS in Albany! After just a few sessions, there’s a definite shift in my mood. The staff is super friendly and patient. Couldn’t be happier with the results!
Olivia G ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Everyone needs to know about Neuralia TMS in Albany! The transformation in my mental state has been astonishing. Their process is cutting-edge, and it feels like something out of a sci-fi movie. Do yourself a favor and check them out!
Archer C ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ I was sceptical at first, but wow, Neuralia TMS in Albany works wonders. Just a few weeks in, and I feel lighter and brighter. It’s incredible how effective their treatment is. Thank you for giving me my life back!
David T ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Big shoutout to the crew at Neuralia TMS in Albany! The atmosphere they’ve created is so welcoming. I noticed improvements after only a couple of sessions. If you’re in need, don’t hesitate to try them out for TMS treatment!

OCD

TMS activates areas responsible for OCD, such as intrusive thoughts & repetitive behaviors.

PTSD

TMS targets the prefrontal cortex, the region controlling fear & anxiety responses.

Chronic Pain

TMS can increases the body’s own pain-killer chemicals to improve chronic pain symptoms.

OCD

TMS activates areas responsible for OCD, such as intrusive thoughts & repetitive behaviors.

PTSD

TMS targets the prefrontal cortex, the region controlling fear & anxiety responses.

Chronic Pain

TMS increases the body’s own pain-killer chemicals to improve chronic pain symptoms.

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Neuralia TMS are the Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) specialists in Perth, WA. TMS is non-invasive treatment for depression and several other conditions.

Phone: 6230 3996
Email: [email protected]
Fax: 6230 2231
Healthlink ID: neuralia

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