Depression Story By: neubigco

I am 48-year old man.  I was the CEO and Founder of a flourishing Luxury Marketing Communications practice in New York and while visiting my family Upstate; I was involved in two near-fatal automobile accidents. Along with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and a spectrum of other cognitive and physical impairments, I was rendered permanently disabled. After 8 years of suffering, I learned of NeuroStar TMS Therapy from a TIME Magazine editorial. I searched in my area for a provider and was fortunate to find the only one in my region that offered this safe restorative treatment. Initially prescribed medications along with rigorous psychotherapy, I was treated acutely with TMS Therapy to achieve relief of severe residual depression and decrease my medication and stress management. My initial Beck Depression Inventory score of 37 was reduced to 6 after 25 sessions. In concert with regular psychotherapy sessions, it has proven to be a significant success. At DENT Neurological Institute in Buffalo, under the aegis of renowned psychiatrist, Dr. Horacio A. Capote, I was vigilant in my quest for “hope” that there was something other than medication that could rescue me from my unbearable, piercing Major Depressive Disorder. I had zero quality of life and lost interest in most everything and everyone. My state of mind was of complete apathy until I began my valuable and proven TMS Therapy. Today, I not only have renewed confidence in myself but also feel vitalized and resolute once again.

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One Response to “neubigco’s Story”

  1. Teresa on May 6th, 2019 9:53 am

    I too suffer from a traumatic brain injury and severe depression. It just keeps getting worse. My doctor keeps switching my medications and all its done is made me worse and worse. I am ready to give up hope of ever being normal again. I don’t know what to do anymore and feel closer than I ever have to suicide. It’s only a matter of time till I finally work up the courage to call it quits. Im on social security disability and I barely get by. I have no support, no friends, and my family thinks this is a choice I make and all I need to do is snap out of it. I need help and don’t know where to turn.

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