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The rTMS Centre Treatment Services

At The rTMS Centre, we are dedicated to utilising brain stimulation therapies to address various mental and neurological conditions. Our mission is to provide our patients with the most effective and evidence-based treatment techniques available, ensuring the best possible outcomes.

We pride ourselves on our commitment to delivering high-quality care and fostering a supportive environment for our patients. Our specialised approach aims to help individuals achieve optimal brain function and improve their overall well-being.


Methods of Treatment

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) therapy has emerged as a groundbreaking and efficacious intervention for individuals grappling with clinical depression and anxiety, particularly for those who have not found relief through traditional therapies such as medication.
This innovative treatment, which leverages magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain, has garnered significant recognition and endorsement from prestigious health authorities, including the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) in the UK and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the US. Such endorsements underline the therapy’s reliability and effectiveness in managing the symptoms of clinical depression and anxiety, providing a beacon of hope for patients seeking alternative treatment options. Beyond its established success in treating depression and anxiety, TMS therapy is increasingly showing promise in addressing a broader spectrum of conditions.
Emerging research and clinical studies suggest its potential efficacy in treating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Fibromyalgia, and Tinnitus. These findings represent an exciting frontier in applying TMS, offering a glimmer of hope to individuals battling these challenging conditions.
By expanding the therapeutic reach of TMS, we can provide a more holistic approach to mental health care, encompassing a wider array of disorders that have historically been difficult to treat. As the body of evidence supporting the versatility of TMS therapy continues to grow, so too does the potential for transforming the lives of countless individuals searching for relief from their symptoms.

Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS)

tDCS therapy is a non-invasive brain stimulation technique that involves the targeted application of a safe and low electrical current to specific areas of the scalp, typically over the motor cortex or prefrontal cortex.
The tDCS current flows through the brain tissue, causing changes in the resting membrane potential of neurons, which can alter the cortical excitability and plasticity of the brain.
tDCS therapy is a home-based therapy where you are equipped with your own device and monitored & managed throughout the treatment course.

Virtual Reality Therapy

Virtual Reality Therapy (VRT) is a form of therapy that uses virtual reality technology to treat psychological conditions. It involves the use of computer-generated environments to create a simulated reality that mimics the real world and is specially created to address specific therapeutic goals.

Quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG) is a non-invasive assessment technique that measures electrical activity in the brain. It provides a detailed map of the brain’s functioning, which can aid diagnosis and inform treatment plans for various neurological and psychiatric conditions. qEEG can detect abnormal patterns of brain activity associated with disorders such as ADHD, anxiety, and traumatic brain injury. 
It can also be used to monitor the progress of treatment and identify changes in brain function over time. Additionally, qEEG can be used to identify biomarkers of brain health and predict the risk of neurological and psychiatric disorders. Overall, qEEG is a valuable tool for improving the accuracy of diagnosis and treatment planning, as well as enhancing our understanding of brain function and health.


Neurofeedback is a type of therapy that uses real-time feedback of brainwave activity to train individuals to control their own brain function. During a neurofeedback session, electrodes are placed on the scalp to detect brain activity, which is then displayed on a computer screen in the form of visual or auditory feedback. By learning to control their brainwave activity, individuals can improve their cognitive and emotional functioning, and reduce symptoms of neurological and psychiatric disorders. 
Neurofeedback has been shown to be effective in treating conditions such as ADHD, anxiety, depression, and PTSD. It is a safe and non-invasive therapy that can be customised to the individual’s unique brainwave patterns and treatment goals. With the help of neurofeedback, individuals can gain greater control over their own brain function and improve their overall health and well-being.


psychology offers a holistic approach to mental health, taking into account the individual’s social, cultural, and environmental factors that may contribute to their mental health issues. This approach emphasises the importance of addressing underlying issues and developing coping strategies to prevent future relapses. 

Free Mental Health Test

Self-assessment tools for mental health present numerous advantages for individuals seeking to gain insight into their emotional and psychological state. The main benefit of these tests lies in their ease of access and convenience, allowing individuals to evaluate their mental well-being without hassle. This proves especially valuable for those who may be reluctant to pursue professional assistance due to societal stigma or monetary limitations.

Mental Health & Well-being Blogs

The rTMS Centre mental health blog provides individuals with practical tools and resources for managing their mental health & well-being. This includes tips for self-care, coping strategies for specific mental health conditions, information on therapy and medication options, and other resources such as support groups. 

We aim to provide a safe and anonymous space for individuals to explore their thoughts and feelings about mental health issues. This can be particularly valuable for individuals who may be hesitant to seek help in person, or who may feel stigmatised or ashamed of their mental health struggles.

Additionally, Reading about others’ experiences and perspectives on mental health can be validating and empowering, and can help individuals feel less alone in their struggles.

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