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Interventional Psychiatric Services

Interventional Psychiatric Services 

Brook Lane offers interventional psychiatric services that can help alleivate symptoms from a variety of mental illnesses, including major depressive disorder (MDD), anxiety, psychosis, biplor disorder, neuroleptic malignant syndrome, and many others. Interventional psychiatry treatments, also known as neuromodulation treatments, are intended for patients who have been unable to find success in relieving their symptoms with medication and/or therapy alone. Interventional treatments are noninvasive and are performed either with or without anesthesia on our main campus. Consult with your provider to see if these services may be appropriate for you. 

ELECTROCONVULSIVE THERAPY (ECT)

ECT is a treatment involving an electrical stimulation of the patient's brain while under anesthesia. ECT is typically used with patients who have not responded to other conventional treatments for serious mental illness. ECT is performed three times per week, over the course of 5-6 weeks, and is an effective option when a rapid response is neccessary, such as for individuals who have suicidal ideations.

TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION (TMS) 

TMS is a noninvasive treatment that uses gentle electromagnetic pulses to stimulate your brain. The patient is awake and alert during treatment. Brook Lane uses Deep TMS™ from Brainsway, which is the latest and most advanced form of TMS available. The treatment typically consisits of 36 sessions over a 6-week period.