What to expect

Your TMS treatment journey

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapy.

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Here to help… 

Our team of friendly, experienced patient advisors are here to answer any questions you need answered before you go ahead. Call them on: 0345 222 5678 or email: info@smarttms.co.uk


Safety Screening

We know how difficult it can be to decide which treatment is best for you. To help you make your decision, we offer an online safety screening via our tailor-made patient portal, Mending Minds. This is completely free of charge. We also invite you to visit your local clinic to learn more about TMS and meet your practitioner who will be administering your treatment.

Video Chat

Once you’re happy that TMS is the right treatment for you (and it is for most people!), you’ll have a video chat with one of our clinicians. We like to ensure our patients are as comfortable as possible for this consultation and strongly believe that home is where you’ll be most comfortable. So, make yourself a cuppa and speak with one of our knowledgeable clinicians about your condition and how TMS treatment can help you.


Your first TMS session

Your first session will be an hour longer and you’ll have your measurements taken (if you didn’t visit before your consultation) and have the opportunity to ask your practitioner any further questions you have.

Your TMS treatment

Your TMS treatment You’re likely to start by having one session of TMS per day, but some patients are able to increase this to 2 or even 3 sessions spaced out throughout the day. Your practitioner will help you track your progress and we can arrange up to two additional reviews with your clinician should you need them. You’ll be able to go about your day as you would normally straight after treatment as it’s non-invasive and side effects are minimal and mild in severity.


Final review

Once you’ve completed your prescription, we’ll get you talking to your clinician again.

Most patients will choose to sign up to one of our Continuous Care programmes to help them stay well.

Some prefer to be discharged back to the care of their GP without any top up treatment, and this is ok, too.