Nicholas O’Madden of Elk Grove, 31, who suffers from anxiety and depression, uses his smartphone while he receives transcranial magnetic stimulation therapy, which uses a large magnet to stimulate certain parts of the brain to alleviate depressive symptoms at TMS Health Solutions on Thursday in Sacramento.
Nicholas O’Madden of Elk Grove, 31, who suffers from anxiety and depression, uses his smartphone while he receives transcranial magnetic stimulation therapy, which uses a large magnet to stimulate certain parts of the brain to alleviate depressive symptoms at TMS Health Solutions on Thursday in Sacramento. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
Nicholas O’Madden of Elk Grove, 31, who suffers from anxiety and depression, uses his smartphone while he receives transcranial magnetic stimulation therapy, which uses a large magnet to stimulate certain parts of the brain to alleviate depressive symptoms at TMS Health Solutions on Thursday in Sacramento. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
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