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StoneRidge offers what few other practices provide – innovative, scientifically proven, and research-backed therapeutic options. From Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) for depression to Brain Mapping, our treatment combines trusted practices with modern approaches, ensuring our patients receive the best all-around care in Prescott Valley.
We combine decades of empathetic care and clinical and medical expertise with our cutting-edge treatments for addiction, depression and other mental health challenges.
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) involves the use of small magnetic pulses that stimulate the areas of the brain that control mood. It is much like treating depression, anxiety, and OCD with MRI technology. TMS is safe and effective and performed right in the office. This treatment is excellent for people who choose to not take medication or have experienced adverse side effects. StoneRidge also makes TMS available for those who meet the criteria for Autism, PTSD, ADHD, and Cognitive Disorders, with excellent success rates.
qEEG/Brain Mapping uses complex brain scans and visualizations—including more than 20 different readings—to create a map of the patient’s brain, helping our clinicians develop more targeted treatments, including TMS.
Studying how the brain works through EEG readings and visualization of brain function is utilized during treatment, allowing patients to learn to control brain activity.
Ketamine is used for patients with severe depression. Many patients report feeling better in as little as one day. This treatment is administered in the office and is closely monitored.
StoneRidge has been successful with treating neurological disorders not currently covered by insurance, including PTSD, Autism, Alzheimer’s Disease, and additional Neurological Disorders by using TMS.
StoneRidge has TMS available for those who meet the criteria for Autism, ADHD, and Cognitive Disorders but it is not covered by Medicare and most insurance plans.
Insurance criteria for TMS is to have tried and failed 2-4 depression medications or have had adverse side effects. Self-pay options are available for those who do not qualify. To become a patient or refer a patient, contact us to get started.