TMS Specialist & Depression Treatment Center located in Coral Springs, FL

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Medical experts report that 2% of Americans develop obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and half of them will experience chronic, severe symptoms that disrupt every aspect of their daily lives. The team at Neuro Wellness TMS Centers of America offer comprehensive care for OCD, including medication alternatives for previously failed medications, psychotherapy, and alternative treatments for people whose symptoms don’t improve with medication. If you struggle with OCD and need a treatment that enhances your quality of life, call the office in Coral Springs, Florida, or book an appointment online.

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This facility is phenomenal. From the moment you enter, you are treated as family. Everyone there cares and contributes to helping you! I would recommend it to anyone even if you just need someone to talk to which we all do from time to time.
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What is OCD?

OCD is a psychological disorder that causes obsessions and compulsions:

● Obsessions

Obsessions are unwanted thoughts and mental images that you can’t control. The thoughts keep recurring, causing extreme anxiety and triggering compulsions.

● Compulsions

Compulsions are ritualistic behaviors you feel compelled to perform to alleviate your anxiety and stop your obsessions. Though the behavior may temporarily diminish your anxiety, it doesn’t stop the obsessions.

What types of obsessions and compulsions might I experience?

Obsessions tend to focus on a specific theme. A few of the most common themes include the:

  • Fear of germs
  • Fear of an illness
  • Fear of being harmed
  • The need to put things in perfect order
  • The need to keep things symmetrical

The compulsions you develop typically follow the theme of your obsessions. For example, you may repeatedly wash your hands or shower to eliminate germs, or have the urgent need to rearrange items even when they’re already perfectly lined up.

How is OCD treated?

Treatment for OCD begins with medication and psychotherapy, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy. Medication may reduce your symptoms, while talk therapy helps you find ways to relieve the obsessions and resist performing behaviors.

If your OCD symptoms don’t improve after trying two courses of medication, you may be a good candidate for another treatment that are effective when conventional treatment fails: transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS).


TMS is a safe, noninvasive procedure that uses electromagnetic pulses to stimulate nerve activity in your brain. Your provider places a device against your head that sends the pulses into a targeted area of your brain. The pulses boost neurotransmitter levels, which improves your OCD symptoms.

The team at Neuro Wellness TMS Centers of America proudly uses the Nexstim SmartFocus® TMS device, one of today’s most advanced options.

SmartFocus TMS uses 3D brain imaging to identify the underactive area of your brain. As a result, your treatment reaches the precise area that needs stimulation, and you experience optimal results.

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