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Tests & Treatments

  • Light Therapy

    People undergoing light therapy sit near a device that mimics natural light. Light therapy is a treatment for people who suffer from circadian rhythm sleep disorders, which disrupt the body's internal clock. It can also be used to treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD), depression linked to the lack of light in winter. There are also specialized forms of light therapy to treat certain skin disorders, including psoriasis, vitiligo, scleroderma, acne, precancerous skin lesions and other conditions.
  • Medication Management

    Medication management is when clinicians work with a patient to make sure he or she is on the most appropriate medications for that individual and his or her particular condition. This process often involves a back-and-forth discussion between the clinician and patient to see how the medication or medication regimen is affecting the patient’s condition and quality of life. This dialogue allows the clinician to adjust medications as needed.
  • Psychotherapy

    Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy, can be an effective treatment for a variety of mental disorders and other psychological difficulties, including depression, anxiety, adjustment issues and relationship issues. Common types of psychotherapy include cognitive-behavioral therapy, family therapy and couples therapy.
  • Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), or repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is a type of brain stimulation therapy that uses magnets to target a specific spot in the brain. It has been shown most effective in treating major depression in people who have not responded to antidepressant medications.