The objective of NeuroStar 360, the Total TMS Education Conference is to provide an intensive workshop experience that provides practical strategies for integrating TMS as a standard of care in a center-model, multiple-location setting, as well as enhances understanding of the NeuroStar TMS Therapy® System.

  • Review progress in NeuroStar TMS Therapy clinical research initiatives
  • Identify strategic and tactical considerations for planning a NeuroStar center with multiple geographic locations
  • Learn best practices for operationalizing NeuroStar TMS Therapy in the center setting
  • Understand best practices for developing a referral network and building community awareness
  • Review current reimbursement landscape for commercial and government payers
  • Network with peers

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*NeuroStar TMS Therapy® is indicated for the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder in adult patients who have failed to receive satisfactory improvement from prior antidepressant medication in the current episode.

In an NIMH-funded, independent, randomized controlled trial, patients treated with TMS using a clinical trial version of the NeuroStar TMS System, were four times more likely to achieve remission compared to patients receiving sham treatment (P = 0.0173; odds ratio = 4.05)1

The most common side effect is pain or discomfort at or near the treatment site.2 These events are transient; they occur during the TMS treatment course and do not occur for most patients after the first week of treatment. NeuroStar TMS Therapy is contraindicated in patients with non-removable conductive metal in or near the head.

NeuroStar TMS Therapy is available by prescription only. For full prescribing and safety information, please visit or call Neuronetics Customer Service at 1-877-600-7555.

1) George, MS, et al. (2010). Daily Left Prefrontal Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapy for Major Depressive Disorder A Sham-Controlled Randomized Trial. Arch Gen Psychiatry. 67(5): 507-516.
2) Janicak, PG, et al. (2008) Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) in the Treatment of Major Depression: A Comprehensive Summary of Safety Experience from Acute and Extended Exposure and During Reintroduction Treatment. J Clin Psychiatry, 69(2):222-232.