Empower Your Patients with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
At ANSR, we're a team of psychiatrists, nurses, respiratory therapists, physicians and anesthesiologists committed to providing innovative, evidence-based treatments to improve mental health care for your patients.
ANSR’s approach surrounds your patient with a team of mental health professionals experienced in providing repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS), a non-invasive, well-tolerated treatment with a large body of literature supporting its use treating various mental health conditions.
First line treatment for people with MDD who did not respond to 1 antidepressant
CANMAT, Canada’s leading mood disorder guidelines identify repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation as a first line treatment in people with major depressive disorder who failed to respond to one antidepressant medication.
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Conditions We Treat
Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Major Depressive Disorder
Chronic Pain Syndromes
*Neurologic conditions would require consultation with Neurology which ANSR will help facilitate on case-by-case basis – get in touch with us
Funding and Accessibility
We understand that financial concerns may arise. ANSR works with Veterans Affairs, Workers Compensation Board, and some private healthcare accounts to provide funding options for eligible patients.
Referring a patient is simple. All you need to do is send a referral, and our clinic will conduct a suitability assessment. There's no cost or commitment for the patient after the assessment.
Rest assured, all treatments at ANSR are overseen by experienced psychiatrists.
TMS can be done alongside almost all medications and psychotherapy. Our team screens for any contraindications to ensure a safe and effective treatment experience.
You Patient’s Journey
ANSR receives a referral from a healthcare provider.
We contact the patient and schedule an assessment with a psychiatrist to determine suitability.
If the patient decides to proceed, they attend a measurement session to determine the optimal treatment location and stimulus intensity.
Patients receive regular psychiatric monitoring throughout the course of treatment.
At the end of the treatment, patients are either discharged or continue with maintenance treatments to maintain their gains.
Our team maintains regular communication and provides reports to the referring healthcare provider.