When I explored the treatment 2 or 3 years ago it was fairly difficult to get your hands on a TMS device without being in a clinical trial. I don't know how much that has changed since. But as for its efficacy, media coverage has portrayed it as a panacea, a veritable wonder-treatment, and it has shown promise for the treatment of neuropathy and associated disorders. But the doctors that I've spoken with have been pretty well split about
whether they think it's worthwhile. The neurologists who have looked positively on TMS have said that, if it has shown some promising results, then it's worth trying. Though that's not a strong endorsement I think many of the doctors who have said that's it's a waste of time may be influenced by the stigma attached to magnetic treatments for neurological disorders--magnets don't have a great track record in treating headaches.
That being said, if you get a chance to try it out I would definitely suggest that you try it. There's good science behind the treatment and there's really nothing to lose.
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