Smart TMS is regularly featured in the UK press

Please see our latest stories below:

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Manchester Business Post: “Pioneering Mental Health Clinic”

The Manchester Business Post featured the launch of Smart TMS with their story: "Pioneering Mental Health Clinic Launches in Manchester". The clinic offers Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation treatment for depression, addiction and a range of other mental health-related conditions for patients in the North of England.
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BBC Radio London: Smart TMS UK Clinics

BBC Radio London interview Smart TMS CEO Gerard Barnes: Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation - Smart TMS clinics expansion and costs. 'rTMS can make people not just better, but can make them well.'
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BBC Radio London: TMS Treatment for Depression

BBC Radio London explored how Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation had helped a patient with severe, long-term depression to find recovery.
bt Cheating Can Affect Your Mental Health

Chloe Ward, TMS Technician, gave her expert opinion on Self-Esteem for feature '7 ways cheating can affect your mental health'.
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Express: Third Baby Personality Traits

After the birth of the Royal baby Cambridge, The Express explored what personality traits a third baby may be expected to have. Expert advice on birth order, parenting and sibling influence from Chloe Ward, at Smart TMS (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation clinics).
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Irish Daily Mail: A Cure For Depression?

The Irish Daily Mail featured the new Smart TMS Dublin clinic in their 'Good Health' supplement. It explained Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) which Smart TMS has just launched in Ireland, offering non-invasive treatment for depression, addiction, OCD and other conditions.
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Evening Standard: The Health Benefits of Hugging

Evening Standard looked at the surprising health benefits of hugging with expert advice from Isabel Leming, Senior TMS Technician at Smart TMS. Hugging can boost oxytocin, dopamine, serotonin - and reduce cortisol - for a range of emotional and physical health benefits.