Two take homes here. The first is that magnetic pulse treatment is successful as resolving depression when targeted correctly.
The second is that we really need to be more agressive and discover outer limits. The patient is aware and copperative and can assist in homing in.
We need to learn a proper upper limit on frequency. I do think that we can go much higher and be beneficial when this is done. At leastr diuscover the limits on a mouse..
Deirdre Lehman, who suffered from depression, with Nolan Williams, who oversaw a clinical trial of a potential treatment that uses transcranial magnetic stimulation. In this photo, Williams and Lehman demonstrate how a patient is positioned and the equipment is used during the treatment. Photo by Steve Fisch / Stanford University.