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Trusted by First Responders

The Fisher Wallace Stimulator® treats anxiety, insomnia and depression without the use of medication. It’s a completely new - and successful - approach for most patients. In fact, we've been working with the Seattle Police Department to use our device to improve officer mental health and wellness. Try it for 30 days, return it for a refund if it’s not a game changer.

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Advantages over drug therapy

The brain is an electrical system, and our technology is an electrical treatment: the Fisher Wallace Stimulator® improves mental health through Transcranial Alternating Current Stimulation (tACS).

The device was first prescribed by psychiatry professors at Columbia University in 2008. Since then, we've invested millions of dollars in research and clinical trials, growing to a patient base of over 85,000 people and counting.

The majority of patients experience symptom reduction or remission within the first two weeks of daily treatment sessions, without experiencing side effects.

More than 40% of our customers also report improvement in cognitive performance - focus, concentration, memory and creativity.

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Product benefits

Stimulates neurochemical production, lowers cortisol, regulates the sympathetic nervous system and entrains a healthy brainwave state

Causes no serious side effects and does not negatively interact with prescription medicine

Works rapidly, relieving symptoms in just 1-4 weeks. Many patients report experiencing better quality sleep the first night after using the device

Puts control of treatment in your own hands for maximum convenience - use at home for just 20 minutes per session

Listen to Logan, a former Marine, tell his story about overcoming a lifetime of anxiety, depression and insomnia.

Why patients try our technology

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Drug therapy helps, but it's not enough for me

Our device is safe to use in conjunction with medication.

I've tried multiple medications, but can't find relief

Our device often works when medication has failed.

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I'm new to treatment and want a drug-free approach

Our device is one of very few FDA-Cleared, drug-free options.

How it helps

Evidence-based medicine

Fisher Wallace has invested millions of dollars in clinical research, including three large trials conducted during the pandemic and a pilot study at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital (see graph) which found the Fisher Wallace Stimulator® to be successful in treating depression. Our most recent study launched In January 2022 - an anxiety and stress reduction program enrolling 200 uniformed police officers in the Seattle Police Department.

Affordable without insurance

The device is a one-time purchase that costs less than a few talk therapy sessions.

Fully refundable within first 30 days if you aren't completely satisfied.

Free shipping and free returns on all orders.

Free, form-fill prescription process during checkout.

Device purchase is eligible for FSA and HSA reimbursement.

Payment plans available with $0 down and 0% interest for 6 months.

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Used by over 85,000 patients

My wife says I'm easier to get along with.

—  Mike D., Vietnam Veteran

“I have had great success using the device to treat severe, chronic insomnia in patients who are resistant to pharmacotherapy.”

—  Andres San Martin, MD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia University

In the news

“There is a group of people that select into law enforcement that don’t generally think twice about risking their safety for somebody else, but they often have a difficult time taking care of themselves, or accessing self-care,” Loren Atherly, director of performance analytics and research at SPD.

"Columbia University Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry Richard P. Brown says he has used the device with 400 severely depressed patients and that more than 70% find relief, about twice the rate of anti-depressants."

"5 Health-Tech Startups to Watch in 2021."

"One of four technologies innovating mental health."

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