What are the TMS costs involved?
The biggest cost involved in TMS treatment is your time as well as the fees. A full course of TMS spanning 30 sessions. These thirty sessions need to be delivered at a minimum of three sessions a week continuously over the course of the treatment. Patients can receive between 3 to 10 sessions a week depending on how much time patients have available.
Currently in Australia, if you are receiving TMS while not hospitalised, the fees do not attract a Medicare or Private Health Insurance rebate. Patients who have their medical expenses covered by The Department of Veterans Affairs or Workcover are often able to have the cost of TMS covered.
At Sydney TMS our goal is to make TMS available to as many patients as possible, so we are committed to offering the most competitive fees possible. We currently have several treatment plans with different fee structures available, so we recommend you give us a call to arrange a free consultation to work out the best solution for you.
Is TMS right for you?
At Sydney TMS, we feel it is important to allow people to gain as much information as possible before making a decision to start treatment. This is why we always arrange for you to have an obligation free assessment consultation with our psychiatrist to help you decide if TMS is right for you. The initial consultation lasts approximately 45-60 minutes. If at the end of this consultation you decide not to proceed with TMS, you will not be charged for this meeting. We invite you to bring a friend or family member with you to this meeting.
So call us on 1300177144 to arrange your free assessment consultation now.