Michael Sears Neuropsychiatrist Dami Salami (left), medical director of the repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation program at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin, says rTMS has been successful in treating depression. With Salami is Yagna Pathak, an rTMS technologist and researcher.
Posted: Monday, September 29, 2014 --- 9:33 p.m. A local organization is taking the concept of scholarships outside the realm of education. The Recovery Foundation provides treatment scholarships to drug and alcohol addicts who otherwise couldn't afford it. See video TV news segment and read more>
Mount Horeb is the kind of small town that consistently makes those Best of Wisconsin lists, a charming community stretched lazily beneath a yawning blue bowl sky, nestled in the rolling hills and prairies of Dane County farm country. The kind of place where neighbors still don’t lock their doors and tourists descend by the busload to sip old-fashioned phosphates and snap photos of trolls carved from tree stumps. But unofficially, in recent years it’s picked up a far less desirable moniker: Mount Heroin...
Article Date: June 1, 2014 Even after her doctor increased her anti-depression medication last year, Sandi Elmer could barely function. She canceled outings with friends and found making cookies with her grandchildren overwhelming. “I was feeling really hopeless, like, is anything going to help?” said Elmer, 59, who lives northwest of Janesville.
Article Date: April 10, 2014 Maggie Ginsberg-Schutz on Thursday 04/10/2014 On a frigid December day in 2004, 17-year-old Aaron Meyer came home from drug and alcohol treatment. He'd already been to hell and back in his short life, but things were going to be different now. He felt alive with hope and possibility.
Article Date: July 9, 2013 by Stephen Davis and Bryan Polcyn, - http://fox6now.com/2013/07/09/drug-users-fear-calling-911-allow-friends-to-die/ MILWAUKEE (WITI) — If you were alone in a room with a dying man, would you call 911 to save his life? What if calling for help could land you in jail?
Article Date: January 30, 2013 Two providers of behavioral health treatment have partnered to bring cutting-edge technology in the treatment of chronic depression to the Madison area.
Article Date: January 6, 2013 DAVID WAHLBERG | Wisconsin State Journal | firstname.lastname@example.org | 608-252-6125 A new brain stimulation therapy for depression is coming to Madison this week.