Smart TMS : London City
*** Our London City clinic is now open and we are treating new and existing patients. Treatment slots will be available Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10am to 2pm. Please contact us for more information. ***
Following the success of our South Kensington based clinic, the impact of Smart TMS in our capital city is clear. Lives are becoming ever more stressful and mental health diagnoses are on the rise.
Smart TMS London City is ideally located in Holborn and will be easy to access for those working or living near to the London’s city centre. With appointments lasting 30 minutes on average, you could even book in a course of treatments on your lunch breaks!
What We Do - TMS Services
Conditions we treat
TMS has been proven to treat depression and anxiety as well as other mental health conditions and some addictions. Smart TMS was the first UK clinic to offer TMS treatment for conditions other than depression.
Most of the patients we treat here at Smart TMS (around 70%) are suffering from clinical depression – including seasonal affective disorder (SAD), postnatal depression and bipolar disorder.
We also offer TMS treatment for the following conditions:
- generalised anxiety disorder (GAD)
- addictions to drugs, smoking and alcohol
- obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- depersonalisation disorder (DPD)
- borderline personality disorder (BPD)
Clinic Address, Map & Directions
53-64 Chancery Lane,
Our nearest tube station is Chancery Lane, which is on the Central line between Holborn and St Paul’s in Travelcard Zone 1. It is in the London Borough of Camden and the City of London.
From Chancery Lane it’s a 3 minute walk:
- Walk west on High Holborn (A40) for around 400 ft
- Turn left onto Chancery Lane (B400) for about 350 ft
- Central Health will be on your left
Meet your Smart TMS Practitioner
Pegah completed her Psychology BSc undergraduate degree at the University of Westminster, where she gained an interest in the core elements of what guides human behaviour. Following her undergraduate degree, she went on to study for her MSc in Neuroimaging at King’s College London, where she developed an insight into how neuromodulation methods have been using in the clinical field. Following a keen interest in neuromodulation, she then went on to study for her PhD at the University of East London, where she used TMS methods throughout her research to target different areas of the brain during robotic reaching. During her time as a PhD student, Pegah attended conferences, published papers, and delivered lectures on TMS in order to develop awareness of it as a method.
In her free time, she enjoys making Cheesecakes, and baking Swiss rolls!
What our patients say
Find out more about TMS treatment
Deciding whether to have TMS treatment is a big decision and we would like to make the decision as easy as possible for you. If you would like to visit one of our other clinics before booking your consultation, please call our team of friendly patient advisors to arrange a suitable time.
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