Advanced treatment options for depression and other disorders,
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The Los Angeles TMS Institute (LATMS) offers cutting edge approaches to treating psychiatric and neuropsychiatric conditions. We specialize in offering treatment with Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) and ketamine.

LATMS is the brain treatment center that patients and their doctors turn to when conventional treatments have fallen short.

Patients must be referred by their current treating physician; that physician should use this Referral Form to start the process.

Prospective patients should also complete and return this Release of Information Form to us, so that we may follow up with your physician(s), therapist(s), and other care providers.

Your privacy and confidentiality are of paramount importance. For your review, here is our privacy policies document.

With regard to the COVID-19 corona virus pandemic, we are closely monitoring guidance from the CDC, from the Los Angeles Department of Health, and from other reliable sources of information.

At the present time, we are taking careful precautions to ensure the safety of our patients and our team while we continue to provide the clinical care that is urgently needed. If you have questions about your appointment(s) with us, please email them to Hallie.

You may find this information from the CDC on managing pandemic-related anxiety and stress to have some useful strategies.


You may find this 2020 podcast interview with Dr. Cook to be informative about treatment with TMS: Mindstories with Dr. Josephine McNary

Contact Us:
      Los Angeles TMS Institute, Inc.

      Ian A Cook, MD DFAPA, Director
      11620 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 210
      Los Angeles, CA 90025-1262
      info@LATMS.com
      tel: 310-455-6210
      fax: 310-455-6098 or 833-814-2558 toll free


 

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If you need urgent psychiatric care, please go to the nearest emergency room
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