Don't Suffer With Treatment-Resistant Depression

If traditional options haven't worked, your condition may be treatment-resistant.

We treat severe brain illness and depression, employing advanced clinical therapies and technology.

Do you have chronic depression? Did you ever wonder why your depression did not respond to treatment?
  • Has your oral medication failed to make you feel better?
  • Has your oral medication helped a bit, but you still don’t feel like your old self?
  • Have the side effects of your medication been hard to handle?
Half of patients who see psychiatrists don’t get better because they have treatment-resistant depression.  We are dedicated to the effective diagnosis and comprehensive treatment of complex disorders of adults and children.

Some define Treatment-Resistant Depression (TRD) as a case of depression that doesn’t respond to two different antidepressants from different classes. Other experts say you need to try at least four different treatments before depression can be truly considered resistant to oral medications.

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Conditions That Often Cause Treatment-Resistant Depression

Other conditions can be factors for why traditional treatment such as talk therapy isn't working for depression. Because of this, the correct diagnosis of the underlying cause is often the only way to resolve the long term depression. Allow yourself to have some hope!  Common causes are treatable, and with common-sense treatment, your mood can improve on a long-term basis.

  • Autoimmune Illness

  • Hormonal Inbalances

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Endocrine dysfunction

  • Endocrine dysfunction

  • Tick-borne, spider-and insect-borne illnesses

  • Epilepsy and other conditions associated with abnormal EEG

  • H. pylori, toxoplasmosis, Herpesviridae, parasitic infestation

  • Adverse effects of medications

  • Pharmacogenomic and pharmacodynamic adversities

  • Inadequate plasticity

  • Learning disability or giftedness

  • Environmental poisoning