tDCS — Effective treatment for depression
Trans-cranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) is an effective and safe treatment for the symptoms of depression. According to the treatment results, 61% of patients have benefited significantly from tDCS treatment and 20% have reached the asymptomatic phase. According to the results, the majority of patients who completed the treatment cycle received significant relief of symptoms within about three weeks.1
tDCS is a painless treatment with no disturbing side effects. With the easy-to-use device most of the treatments are made independently at home. tDCS may be the only treatment for depression, but it can also be well combined with therapy and medication.
Book appointment time
Book an appointment and come visit the clinic. During the meeting, we can discuss issues that may be of concern to you regarding the treatment method or treatment implementation. The visit is free of charge.
If you are already familiar with the method and have already received a referral from your doctor for tDCS, make an appointment to start the treatment cycle.
TUUMA Clinic is located in Vallila, Helsinki.
“I’m in a better mood, happier and more positive than in a long time”,
Patient who has received Sooma tDCS treatment for depression
Self-assessment of the symptoms of depression
The Beck’s Depression Inventory (BDI) is a self-administered questionnaire that can be used to assess the severity of depressive symptoms. However, the result of the survey does not allow for direct diagnosis. The survey can be found at the link below.
“I learned to smile again”
Patient, who received Sooma tDCS treatment for depression
- Sooma — Treatment Outcomes (2018). Available online: https://soomamedical.com/blog/treatment-outcomes‑2/
This service is not intended for use in medical emergencies or emergency situations. If you suspect that you have a medical or mental emergency, call the emergency number of the country you are in, or go to the emergency room or emergency room nearby. In Finland, the emergency number is 112.
The Finnish Mental Health Society’s national crisis telephone is available in Finnish at 09 2525 0111. It is open from 9:00 to 07:00 on weekdays, from 15:00 to 07:00 on weekends and public holidays.
The Swedish line is 09 2525 0112. It is open Mon, Wed at 16–20 and Tue, Thu, Fri at 9–13.
The Arabic line at 09 2525 0113 is open Mon-Thu 11–15, Wed 13–16 and 17–21, Mon 10–15.
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