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Able Psychiatry TMS

Able TMS

TMS Center

We are a psychiatric clinic located in Lincoln Park. Besides psychotherapy, medication management and other medical services we also offer TMS treatment. We keep up with the latest research on TMS findings, led by a literature-competent, TMS-experienced psychiatrist. As a private practice in Chicago, we are able to allow for greater appointment flexibility and treatment customization based on need. Such adjustments may allow us to do an accelerated protocol bringing the time to remission to within a few weeks.

We believe in delivering high performance, versatile TMS solutions so you receive the best treatment possible. We go through the TMS journey with you, ensuring that each day and treatment guides the next, because we know a one-size-fits-all approach does not always yield the best results for everyone.

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Treatments
Medication Management
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)
Ketamine Infusion
Psychiatric Services
Conditions Treated
Major Depressive Disorder
Anxiety
OCD
Panic Disorder
Bipolar Disorder
PTSD
Autism
Depression
ADD/ADHD
Accepted Insurances
Anthem
BlueCrossBlueShield
Blue Cross
Empire BlueCross
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas
Anthem Blue Cross
Blue Shield of California
Manufacturers Used
Magstim

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Abdullah Sallaj M.D.

I started Able Psychiatry to allow for a safe space for practitioners and patients to approach conditions with more consideration and less distinction. You’ll come to find that we go well beyond the 2-dimensional standard model of diagnosis to a fuller narrative.

Accurate assessments are unlikely without mapping past experiences. I use therapy-informed interviewing, not only as an intervention, but also as a decision making tool for potential medication.

I strive for thoughtful solution-focused treatments. These encompass both short-term relief, as well as long-term and sustainable treatment.

My practice is guided by, but not restricted to, standards for treatment and evaluation. Standards often change as they are constantly reevaluated by the medical and scientific community.

I have a policy of being open to patients of all identities, orientations, and beliefs; I urge you to bring your differences.

The only thing I ask is for your participation; I believe that collaboration leads to data, which leads to better outcomes.

I received my Doctor of Medicine degree from The University at Buffalo School of Medicine in Buffalo, New York. I hold a B.A. in Philosophy along with a science background. I was born in Buffalo, New York.