One of four technologies innovating mental health.
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.
– The Wall Street Journal
I have had great success using the device to treat severe, chronic insomnia in patients who are resistant to pharmacotherapy. Also, patients who seek a drug-free alternative to treat insomnia have used the Fisher Wallace Stimulator to reduce or eliminate their dependence on drugs.
– Andres San Martin, M.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia University
Brain stimulation device increasingly used to treat anxiety, depression and insomnia.
A Real Patient and Doctor Discuss the Fisher Wallace Stimulator®
A Real Patient: Mike
A Real Patient: Camille
I have seen very positive results, often within the first two weeks of using the device. Approximately 75% of my patients who have been diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder, major depressive disorder, stress related disorders or insomnia have reported positive changes.
– Dr. Richard Brown
Associate Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia University
But since I couldn't stop talking about my good mood and hypercharged focus, my friends stopped laughing and started asking if they could borrow it. I'm reluctant to let go of my stimulator, however.
– Nina Burleigh
I’ve suffered from chronic anxiety for over 7 years. Only recently were my symptoms diagnosed as PTSD. I was very skeptical of the device but decided to try it. When I’m anxious and use the device it is almost like flipping a switch - it reboots my brain back to a resting state of clarity and calm.
– Elizabeth, Neuroscientist