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"dr hutton" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

02:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"dr hutton" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Advocate again for yourself with your doctor because the doctor may know about cms but perhaps doesn't have much experience especially if they don't offer in their office there maybe they don't realize you're suffering as much as you are and you need to let them know that you were hoping to make some changes in your treatment. That would help alleviate your symptoms. I would also add that. I think it's important that people take depression very seriously. Depression super common. I call it the diabetes of psychiatry. 'cause that sort of thing that you know every psychiatrist has to deal with if you don't treat it the suicides it obvious negative outcome but we also know when people will have major depression. They have more heart attacks. More strokes more likely actually get diabetes. Depression takes away the quality of your life. There's treatments out there. That are safe and that work. Cms is is one that works very well and a high percentage of patients and is very safe. You owe it to yourself to to look into it dr. Hutton dr pages. Thank you so very much i. It's been an incredibly illuminating conversation. And i hope that people will continue learning about tm as to see if it's right for them. How can people find more information outside of this. Podcast they can certainly use the internet to look up. Transfer magnetic stimulation find a provider in their area and that provider's website is very likely to have some explanation about tim. S and who. It's used for information about the providers themselves. What insurance they take and things like that and then if they look neuro star actually has a provider finding service on the internet and of course they also have information about the cheap it self Another website automated would be Clinical cms society which is clinical team s society dot. Org has some information There's well wonderful. Thank you both so very much. Thank you thank you and thank you to all of our listeners for tuning in wherever you downloaded this podcast please subscribe also take a moment to write us a review and lets other people know why they should be listening as well. My name is gave howard. And i.

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"dr hutton" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

09:10 min | 2 weeks ago

"dr hutton" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Everyday language. Here's your host gay power. Welcome everyone to this week's episode of the sake central podcast. I'm your host gabe howard and calling into the show. Today we have. Dr kenneth p pages the president of ta of south tampa and dr todd. Hutton the medical director at southern california tea ms center. Dr houghton dr pages. Welcome to the show. Thank you thank you. Dr page's dr houghton. Tm seems to be everywhere. I can't google mental illness treatment without a reference to it coming up on page one now. I'm not sure why suddenly so popular or a topic of conversation. I am sure that there's a lot of misconceptions about exactly what. Tms is what it treats. And lastly what. tm even stands for. Dr houghton i'm going to throw this one to you. Can you tell our listeners. Exactly what tms stands for. And then what is it. Designed to treat. Ps stands for trans cranial meaning across the cranium or your skull magnetic stimulation trans cranial magnetic stimulation. It is an fda approved treatment for depression as well as obsessive compulsive disorder and most recently smoking cessation. It's being used primarily to treat major depression now but it it does have these three. Fda indications there's even an fda indication for migraine headaches very specialized device. I hear like the word magnets in there. And and what i think of is is sort of all those Huckster at the state fair selling you magnetic bracelets and magnet socks in magnet sheets. I'm assuming there's a lot of science behind this you mentioned that it has fda approval. Can you talk about the differences between the magnets that people are buying at the airports. And what tm actually is yes. S magnet will generate a magnetic field. That's on the scale of a small. Emory machine which is about thirty thousand times stronger than your refrigerator. Magnet a completely different league than what people strap on their wrists treatments like that and it delivers magnetic pulses and these pulses are strong enough that when they reach your brain cells they actually will make your brain cells fire. We'd actually stimulates the brain by making it fire on one hand. It sounds simple. you're firing a magnet at somebody's brain and it causes the brain to do something. And i guess that's the question of how does it work. But can you make it simpler. It just sounds very science fiction. Eat to folks. It does sound very different than what we think of. As typical psychiatric treatment team got its start with observations of that there are areas in the brain that are underactive. The guy who's the the father of tm s mark. George was researching brain imaging and he knew that there was particular areas in the brain and depression that were under active and when he saw people using these high powered electromagnet. He had this idea. That maybe you could fire the brain cells in those areas and stimulate them. I compare it to exercising a muscle. We're actually making this part of the brain fire more than it's firing on its own and it's like exercising that part of the brain and just like when you exercise a muscle it responds to the fact that it's being used more and it grows we know with cms. When we deliver these relations we get release of growth factors in the brain and you get cell growth and sprouting of new connections in this area and increased activity and it gets back to working the way it's supposed to be working in this mood center so while it does sound very science fiction. There's very definite science behind it. And it's been research for a lot of years and gave houches the add to what dr houghton was saying and and also to your introductory comments about it seeming to be everywhere it was first. Fda cleared back in two thousand eight. It's not really new. But i think that what has happened. Is that a combination of an unmet. Need which is that antidepressants and psychotherapy or talk. Therapy are not helpful for many patients who suffer from depression. Also insurance providing coverage for this treatment and psychiatrist offices dr hutton's office and my office and offices all over the country and something like the internet. Where word of mouth can spread and patients can share their experience with it. Make it again. See mike it's everywhere also because there have been so many published studies in peer reviewed medical journals about its efficacy. That's led to the popularity of treatments like noura star. Tm which is the particular one that dr houghton and i use in our practices. We've talked a little bit about the history of this treatment but let's go back even further. What gave somebody the idea to try this again. I know i've used the term. It's science fiction e a couple of times but this idea that you know a doctor would be sitting there and thinking. Hey what. I wanna do is fire. A magnet at somebody's cranium. And i think this is going to help. So i imagine there has to be something more to it than just this random idea of firing a magnet. Someone's skull dui. Do you want to take thousand todd. Or the gray. What he's asking for the origin story. Yeah it's like a marvel comic a question so it goes back as far as nineteen eighty five when a british bio engineer scientist named tony barker. Had this idea to build a really big electromagnet. Put it over nerves. Nerves are like wires and when you run a magnetic pulse through wire you create a little electrical current inside that ner you can get that nerve to fire and he just thought this was a neat idea and he showed it to some people and these neuroscientists in england got very excited about trying it and they would put it over a nerve and it'd make it fire and then they had the idea. Let's put it on someone's brain and make it fire and put on a brain and they could make certain parts of your body move and they could test it out and for ten years. It was a research tool that they would use. They would just pink part of the brain and see what happened. Then this american psychiatrists mark. George was working in london and saw them using this. And this is the guy who was the imaging specialist and knew that depression had underactive areas and he had the instead of giving one thing. What if we gave people hundreds or thousands could we actually stimulate these underactive areas of the brain and get them working at and that was about in ninety five and they spent the next ten years figuring out the best way to do it and to optimize it and it finally led to approval of the first pms device from your star in two thousand eight which they began marketing and selling and really hit the market in two thousand nine. I think sometimes when we talk about new technologies we we talk about them very basically. Were shooting magnets at your head. All right well. That's got a b s scam but when you actually look at the entire history of the treatment and the studies and and on and on and on it it starts to make more sense now. One of the things that i'm thinking about when i hear about tm as it sounds a lot like e c t it sounds a lot. Like what a lotta people refer to as electroshock therapy. How does it differ. The similarity is not a medication here. We're using to treat depression. It's a form of what we recall brain stimulation or this whole field of we'll be called interventional psychiatry now but it's also very different in terms of the patient experience. A person undergoing act has to go under anesthesia. It induces a seizure in the patient. We know that it doesn't work well. If you don't have the seizure and that leads to very commonly memory loss that people will experience short term memory loss and sometimes even long term memory loss if you're getting e c t you really can't be working going under anesthesia three days a week whereas his treatment many of our patients are still going to work when get their treatments before or after work with. Cms you don't need to be asleep. You don't need any anesthesia. You get the treatment while you're awake and in fact it has remarkably few side effects. I won't say zero but for depression treatment is remarkably few side effects when you say remarkably few side effects. What are the common ones. What should patients look out for. The most common side.

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"dr hutton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"dr hutton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"dr hutton" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"dr hutton" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

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"dr hutton" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"dr hutton" Discussed on KGO 810

"And and this is part of that is that development is reading to our kids dr john hutton is joining me on the phone so what are what are we need to be doing so those numbers are actually pathetic in terms of i mean it the disturbingly sad to me i i should say instead of pathetic but it it seems like it's a pathetically small number of people who are actually reading to their kids so what are we need to be doing how do we reach people what do we need as a parents you know it is this just a matter of making it a priority along with the other three hundred twelve things they're supposed to be a priority freddie has barron with young kids when we're working adults him i don't have an ai in all you know what i mean it's people are busy so they're like wow you know maybe this isn't is important for me to do what do we need to do to get their wet how do i need to be reading my kids is there a time of day that's better dr hutton well i think when they were trying to do is really shifts the perception of reading from something that's a nice thing to do with the child if there's time to something that's truly critical for their for the early development and their and their success in in life and and as far as the older kids really continuing to read the same no matter no matter that they're in school and don't assume that things are happening outside of the home for really that to take the time to really read more and more complicated books that some talk about how the books relate to their life on talk about how they feel about the characters really get into the more the deeper aspects of the story but but i think we do need to make time i'm we're making ourselves busier than ever with all you know being always plugged into our devices emails and social media and other things and and fifteen minutes a day with with a child this very important person your life bluish shouldn't be too much should something very achievable.

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"dr hutton" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"dr hutton" Discussed on KGO 810

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"dr hutton" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dr hutton" Discussed on KGO 810

"Really we're really setting the table for further but the children's future success in school in life in the in the early years when we're reading with them they say that parents are a child's first and most important teacher because b grandparents or any family member but really to of give them the best start possible to help their brains growing helped him the ball thought he's great skills yeah i again it it is so important i mean language is such a critical factor in inner human connections and communication and and this is part of that is that development is reading to our kids dr john hutton is joining me on the phone so what are what are we need to be doing so those numbers are actually pathetic in terms of i mean they're the disturbingly sad to me i i should say instead of pathetic but it it seems like it's a pathetically small number of people who are actually reading their kids so what do we need to be doing how do we reach people what do we need as a parents you know is this just a matter of making it a priority along with the other three twelve things are supposed to be a priority is barron with young kids when we're working adults him i don't have an anti and all you know what i mean it's people are busy so they're like wow you know maybe this isn't is important for me to do what do we need to do to get their what how do i need to be reading my kids is there a time of day that's better dr hutton what well i think on they were trying to do is really shifts the perception of reading from something that's a nice thing to do with the child if there's time to something that's truly critical for their for the early development and they're and they're success in in life and and as far as the older kids really continuing to reboots have no matter no matter that they're in school and don't assume that things are happening outside of the home for really that to take the time to really read more and more complicated books it's i'm talking about how the books relate to their life um talking about how they feel about the characters really to get into the more the deeper aspects of the story but but i think we do need to.

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"dr hutton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"dr hutton" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"And we are back and i am privileged to welcome a friend of mine and uh someone who is an expert uh so sit tight you want to hear about this dr todd hadn't welcome targeting you good to see you can true dr hutton is a boardcertified sokaiya tra's fell the american executive association these associate clinical professor sky the us he kicked school of medicine where he teaches residents in sokaiya tree we've known each other for years and years and years at fat twenty five islamic 25 years don'ts that scares me the frightens me dutch threatens twitter handles at dr todd hutton h e t t o n and the website pertinent to the some of the treatment talking about here is so cal t m s dot com soca yelled tms dot com let's just get right into a what is tms well case team s sanskrit trans cranial magnetic stimulation so they break that down trans cranium unit crusher cream crusher skull magic the magnet that goes across your brain skull nedic in their brain and stimulates were stimulating the brain and the thing about it is so as a psychiatrist at you'll have therapy do a lot of prescribing of farm o'clock pharmacology we'd have another tool a way to stimulate the brain to treat depression and potentially a lot of other things so the way i think about it how do you you know wireless charging all the rage yes how does that happen magnet exactly yet more people the people have not studied electric curie of physics of of electrons is that magnets craig currants they move electrons forward and your brain has a certain amount of which chemical qualities to it so the magnet causes current the break right and we look at it when with so magnetism electricity for the two sides of the same quaint you can turn electricity into a magnetic pulse and magnetism goes straight through things so go straight through your skull unimpeded unlike electricity and then it gets converted back into electricity and the neurons nurse in.

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