Wisconsin State Journal reports on Rosecrance's TMS therapy

January 7, 2013

Gayle Laszewski, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation coordinator at Connections Counseling in Madison, demonstrates a TMS machine on Dr. Thomas Wright, chief medical officer for Rosecrance Health Network.

A story in the Wisconsin State Journal spotlights the arrival on Monday, Jan 7, of transcranial magnetic stimulation (or TMS) therapy in Madison, courtesy of a joint venture by Rosecrance and Connections Counseling.

A new brain stimulation therapy for depression is coming to Madison this  week. Transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS, uses a magnetic coil positioned on  the head to activate targeted brain cells…. Connections Counseling will open the TMS Center of Madison on Monday at its  clinic on Madison’s West Side through a joint venture with Rosecrance Health  Network of Rockford, Ill.”

Read the whole story here.

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