Smart TMS : London

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation centre

Non-invasive, medication-free treatment, proven effective in treating depression, addiction and more.

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Welcome to Smart TMS London

*** Our South Kensington clinic is now open again and we are welcoming new and existing patients for treatment ***

Our London clinic opened in September 2015. Its location in South Kensington makes it easily accessible for Knightsbridge, Chelsea and other areas of Central and West London. Smart TMS London welcomes clients from all over the world, with patients travelling from as far as the United Arab Emirates to be treated by our team.

Find Our Clinic

SMART TMS – LONDON

30 Thurloe Place, South Kensington, London SW7 2JE

PHONE

☎ 0345 222 5678

EMAIL

✉ info@smarttms.co.uk

OPENING TIMES

Monday – 11am-7pm
Tuesday – 11am-7pm
Wednesday – 11am-7pm
Thursday – 11am-7pm
Friday – 11am-7pm

HOW TO GET HERE

Smart TMS London is conveniently located a short walk away from the South Kensington underground station, which is serviced by both the Circle, Piccadilly and District lines. The closest bus stop is located outside Harrods, also a short walk away.

Parking

Parking is limited near the clinic, although there are public car parks available on Sloane Avenue and Cheltenham Terrace.

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 London (around 70%) are suffering from clinical depression – including seasonal affective disorder (SAD), perinatal 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)

What our patients say

I’m still not taking any medication – This is the longest I have been off of anti-depressants in almost 10 years and I am loving not having to cope with the side effects.

Jaime-Lee

For the first time in 24 years, I now feel significantly better; I’ve even started playing guitar and spending time outdoors again. My brain feels alive and the sadness I’ve felt for so long has been replaced by a smile

Gary

At the time I received treatment I was my lowest. I had been ill for so many years that I had forgotten what my life was like. TMS was a life changer for me. I am certain it saved my life.

George

Is TMS Treatment Right For You?

Most people are suitable to receive TMS treatment.
Try our quick questionnaire.

TMS Suitability Check

Aisha

Lead Practitioner

Athana completed her Psychology BSc undergraduate degree at Queen Mary University of London, where she developed a keen interest in using innovative psychological therapies to treat mental health conditions. She pursed her interest by completing her MSc in Mental Health: Psychological Therapies at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry. She has worked in a variety of mental health settings, including mentoring at-risk young adults, facilitating group therapy workshops for older adults at Mind, and participated in various research projects as a research assistant.

In her free time, Athana enjoys watching crime documentaries, reading books (especially those written by John Grisham), and going for long walks!

April

Senior 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!

Book A Clinic Visit

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 the London clinic before booking your consultation, please call our team of friendly patient advisors to arrange a suitable time.

☎ 0345 222 5678

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