About the Practice

TMS Treatment Center PSC is a specialized mental health practice that serves adults and children in Lexington, Kentucky, and its surrounding counties.

Led by psychiatrist Jacob Bishop, MD, the Medical Director of TMS Treatment Center, the practice provides cutting-edge psychiatric treatment for a wide range of mental health disorders. The practice is currently the only provider of cutting-edge transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) therapy in Lexington.

TMS is a safe, noninvasive procedure that is FDA-approved for treatment-resistant depression.  Off-label indications for TMS include anxiety disorders, addiction, age-related cognitive decline, chronic pain, insomnia, PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder), OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder), and bipolar depression. TMS appointments range from 3 to 20 minutes and do not require hospitalization or general anesthesia. Effects are generally long-lasting following 30-40 treatments. 

TMS works by precisely targeting brain regions in order to modify the ways in which large-scale brain networks interact. Due to this level of precision, TMS does not result in the negative side effects typically associated with medications (weight gain, insomnia, sexual problems, memory deficits).  

To find out more about the benefits of TMS and how it could help with your mental health issues, call TMS Treatment Center today or book an appointment using the online tool.

Accepted Insurances

The following insurances are currently accepted at TMS Treatment Center. Check back soon for an updated list or call our office to ask about your specific insurance details. If you have an insurance that is not listed, please contact our office to confirm coverage.

Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Magellan Health


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TMS Treatment Center
3175 Custer Drive, 302-B
Lexington , KY 40517
Phone: 859-533-9190
Fax: 859-201-1196
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