Ensures the highest quality of patient care

About Shore Clinical TMS

We are proud to announce we are the first to introduce and make available to the area residents the a safe, state of the art, non-invasive treatment modality called TMS: Magnetic Stimulation to treat Depression. TMS therapy was cleared by FDA in 2008 for difficult to treat Depression (treatment-resistant Major Depression) but, it was not available to our patients who needed it the most in this area. Patients were asking about TMS and did not want to travel 90 minutes each way daily to get it. Dr Gowda wanted to make TMS therapy accessible and available to Jersey Shore area residents too and here we are!

We Care

Shore Clinical TMS strives to provide our patients with the highest quality of psychiatric care in an atmosphere of respect, care and compassion. Once you fill out a Consultation Form or receive a referral from your doctor, we will reach out to complete a phone intake with you to obtain your insurance information, medical history, and a brief explanation of what brings you to us. Patients will then be scheduled to meet with our psychiatrist for an initial evaluation during which your eligibility for TMS therapy will be determined. Eligible candidates will then begin their treatment after an insurance authorization is obtained (if necessary).

Effective Treatment & Clinical Depression Specialists

At  Shore Clinical TMS, your mental health is our number one priority. Our facility features a board-certified member of the American Psychiatric Association who has helped patients overcome their mental health issues for over 20 years. Using Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), our clinic offers a safe, effective treatment for clinical depression without use of medication which can cause systemic side effects. TMS is a non-invasive, FDA-approved treatment for depression that uses magnetic pulses to stimulate the mood control center of the brain. TMS is a practical, thoroughly researched, and established medical solution to treating patients struggling with Major Depressive Disorder.