Dr. Tayyib treats young and older adults. Her dual psychiatric and internal medicine background provides keen insights into the relationships of the mind, body and a person's overall well-being. This background, combined with her cross-cultural perspective and special interest in women's issues, … read more about Dr. Tayyib
Non-pharmacological treatment of psychiatric problems become increasingly important and is one of the focus area in modern Brain research. Researchers are presently conducting a large number of clinical studies to evaluate who will benefit most from TMS therapy. For example, there is a lot of interest in evaluating whether TMS with antidepressant medications or other form of adjunct therapies is more effective than TMS alone. Since TMS is a relatively new procedure, there is much yet to be learned about particular variables that may affect the response to TMS.
In our practice we have successfully treated patient with major depression with co-morbid other physical illnesses like Parkinson Disease and drug dependency.
Other research is focused on validating the use to other conditions such as anxiety, PTSD, addiction, and others.