Martha Rhodes was successfully treated with TMS, and has a good story to tell.
Her book is a treasure. It’s a compelling read whether you’re interested in depression or not. She grabs you, and keeps you reading. She has a lot to say, and says it very well. Depressed people say her description of depression sounds exactly right. Family members tell us 3000 Pulses opened their eyes to how their loved one feels.
Martha Rhodes reminds us why successfully treating depression is so vital.
You’ll enjoy 3,000 Pulses Later: A Memoir of Surviving Depression Without Medication, and you’ll help yourself or someone you love by reading this terrific book!
Here’s a link to her excellent website on TMS and depression. Transcranial magnetic stimulation saved her life! It worked when nothing else did the trick. Having gone from a suicide attempt to freedom from the heartbreaking symptoms of depression, she credits the NeuroStar TMS Therapy System for the difference it made in her life.
Martha’s book and website answer questions only someone who has experienced both depression and successful treatment with TMS can answer, but everyone tells us the book is worth reading, and everyone who has read it says you should read it too.
We’re committed to doing whatever we can to help our patients get back in touch with their happy chemicals. Our Advanced TMS using the NeuroStar Therapy System is exactly the same procedure which helped remove the stumbling blocks of depression in Martha Rhodes’s brain.
TMS, a novel form of “brain stimulation,” is becoming more and more mainstream every day, especially for treating depression.
Just about everybody enjoys 3000 Pulses Later. Once you’ve read this book, don’t be surprised if you want to give copies to people you love. It’s an eye opener.