Welcome to Framework Functional Psychiatry and TMS

At Framework Functional Psychiatry, we are committed to improving your long-term wellbeing through the practice of cutting-edge functional medicine. Our expertise in Psychiatry, Functional Medicine, and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulus, combined with empathy and compassion, inform the creation of personalized plans-of-care based on your unique needs.

Through the compassionate application of the best of clinical neuroscience, we help people thrive, not just survive. We provide the Framework to help you live your best life.

“Shauna had the patience to support me and to let me heal at the pace that was right. She helped me see past the chaos that life throws at us and to appreciate what’s really important. Most importantly, she taught me to have compassion for myself. Thanks for being my guiding light.” –DM

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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulus Improves Working Memory

New research from Duke University School of Medicine demonstrates that repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation improves working memory in healthy adults. Working memory is the process of recalling and organizing information while performing a task. It allows us the ability to integrate memory into our interaction with the world, and underpins many important cognitive processes. It … Continue reading Transcranial Magnetic Stimulus Improves Working Memory

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulus and Post-Concussion Syndrome

Post-concussion syndrome (PCS) is often an extremely debilitating consequence of mild traumatic brain injury. People who suffer concussions and mTBI develop neuropathological, neurophysiological, and neurocognitive changes, which leave the individual suffering from physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms. If these symptoms persist long after the injury, their cluster of symptoms is called PCS. Without proper treatment, … Continue reading Transcranial Magnetic Stimulus and Post-Concussion Syndrome

Can depression be a problem with the vestibular system?

Depression is at its heart a disorder of the left prefrontal cortex in most cases. Research consistently demonstrates that these areas of the left brain demonstrate lower metabolic activity than other aspects of the cerebral cortex. But why? A fundamental concept in neurology is that if neurological pathway “A” projects to pool of neurons “B,” … Continue reading Can depression be a problem with the vestibular system?

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