Personalized Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (PrTMS)

The Center for Peak Brain Performance is now offering “Personalized Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation” (PrTMS) which address brainwave “arrhythmias”. PrTMS is a non-invasive, drug-free, low grade brain stimulation treatment that may restore neuronal harmony. It is a drug-free alternative or addition to medication that can improve brain functioning and reduce or eliminate many symptoms associated with:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Autistic Spectrum Disorders
  • ADHD
  • Opioid and other addictions
  • PTSD
  • Brain injuries
  • Migraines
  • Insomnia and sleep disorders
  • and more!

PrTMS Also Improves Executive Functioning and Overall Performance.

We are currently offering free 15 minute consultations to help you determine if this may be of benefit to you. Please contact us or call our offices at (808) 572-4500.

May be covered by some insurances.

About GRBH

Galler Rimm Behavioral Health (GRBH) is led by husband and wife team Dr. Michael Rimm and Dr. Gabrielle Galler-Rimm. Dr. Rimm is a Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist, and Dr. Galler-Rimm is a Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrician. They have lived on Maui, Hawaii since 2002 and been married for 40 years. They continue to have extremely gratifying personal and professional lives together. They have raised two successful sons and have achieved consistently excellent treatment outcomes in their long careers.

GRBH offers comprehensive, strength-based, and outcome-focused approaches to the many challenges faced by children, adolescents, youth in transition to adulthood, and adults. They strive to define a specific treatment plan that is clear and efficient, and that has value to each patient, family member, and/or any other significant person who may be in a caring and supportive role.

The Drs. Rimm and Galler-Rimm consider the patient’s strengths, opportunities, and potential valued resources as well as family and cultural values and practices when addressing behavioral/psychiatric conditions, including autism, mood disorders, insomnia, and other disorders. They often work closely with other mental health and healthcare providers, educational facilities, and other social agencies in efforts to define and promote a “whatever it takes” approach. Their treatments combine evidenced based practices, the latest in the rapidly developing fields of the neurosciences, and a variety of other well-established therapeutic interventions to promote competence, practical outcomes, and peak performance.

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