A Team of Experienced TMS Professionals
NeuroHealthMaine is dedicated to treating your depression and anxiety through Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) treatments. Our goal is for you to leave our care feeling like your best self.
Our office offers the following:
- Educated, compassionate and caring staff
- Tracking progress before and during treatment
- Tools to analyze your unique brain
Our business is founded on the understanding of neuroplasticity, which is the brain’s ability to reorganize itself and change by forming new neural connections. Depression and other mental health illnesses which can change the brain are now referred to as brain diseases. TMS can change the neurofunctioning at the cellular level and successfully treat what was once thought as a permanent condition.
We are passionate about this work and are dedicated to helping you lift the cloud that has been part of your life for so long. TMS transforms lives and we consider ourselves privileged to walk with you on your path to health.
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MEET OUR STAFF
Stephen Goldbas, DO
Affiliate TMS Provider
Stephen Goldbas, D.O. has joined NeuroHealthMaine as an affiliate physician. He is board certified in Neuro-musculo-skeletal Medicine /Osteopathic manipulative medicine (OMT) with focus on the practice of osteopathy in the cranial field (also known as cranio-sacral treatment).
Dr. Goldbas provides a unique combination of physician’s training and skill with practical experiences as dancer and athlete. He brings over 20 years of clinical practice and experience to NeuroHealthMaine with an interest in the use of TMS to treat chronic pain.
Miles Simmons, M.D., our Medical Director is Board-certified in psychiatry and neurology. He utilizes a holistic approach practicing functional medicine and coordinating with complementary health practitioners. Dr. Simmons is also certified in IFS (Internal Family Systems) and enjoys providing psychotherapy.
Dr. Simmons’ interests include hiking, cross-country skiing among other outdoor activities.
Sean McCloy, M.D
Affiliate TMS Provider
Sean McCloy, M.D., is trained in TMS and and Affiliate TMS Provider. He is committed to serving patients with cutting-edge treatments. He is a board-certified Diplomate in both Family Medicine and Holistic Medicine.
Dr. McCloy’s holistic philosophy toward medicine includes using TMS as an advanced treatment for mental health.
TMS Treatment Manager
Crystina Mendolia, B.S. is our TMS Treatment Manager. She manages the delivery of the individual TMS treatments and works closely with our patients to assist them on their progress to better health.
Crystina graduated in 2017 from the University of New England with a double major in neuroscience and psychology. She is excited about cutting edge technologies that are making a difference in mental health, like TMS. Crystina will be returning to school to get her PhD in Neuropsychology. We are lucky to have her while we do!
Chase graduated in 2022 from the University of New England with a major in Medical Biology. Two of his undergraduate years were at Bates College where he studied Neuroscience. Chase worked at Spurwink as a psychiatric crisis worker and as a member of their ACT team before joining us here as a TMS Coordinator. In the fall, he hopes to begin medical school to earn his DO. Outside of NeuroHealthMaine Chase enjoys hiking, rock climbing, and lacrosse. He is also an avid Philadelphia sports fan. We won’t hold that against him!
Hello! My name is Mohammad Atif-Sheikh, or Mo, and I am originally from Dallas TX. I currently live in central Maine and am a senior at the University of New England where I study Medical Biology. Some of my on-campus involvement includes being the vice president of the pre-med club. I am also a tutor for undergraduate students at SASC, I participate in undergraduate neuroscience research, and am a UNE Student Ambassador. Off-campus, I spend time as a volunteer at several vaccination clinics and at the ER at my local hospital. During my free time I take advantage of the location of UNE on the coast of Maine and get outside. During the colder months, I love to spend time in the gym and play basketball.
My friends call me Cam and I am currently in my senior year at the University of New England. My field of study is Medical Biology and I have a minor in Neuroscience. I have been a technician/operator here at NeuroHealthMaine for about 6 months, and I am back again now that football preseason has concluded. As an officer of the philosophy club on campus, I love thinking outside the box and exploring the inner workings of the human mind. I have had several jobs in the past: anywhere from running a small carpentry and landscaping business to being a dietary aide and certified nursing assistant at a rehabilitation facility. I have plans to attend medical school following a gap year after graduation, where I will eventually pursue a niche in pediatrics. I look forward to connecting with you and being a part of your journey
OUR PATIENTS SAY
I found TMS to be amazing. I feel like I’m back in control. I no longer feel hopeless. I’m sleeping better. I can focus better at work, and the critical thinking part of my brain is mostly back online. I still have some work to do in traditional therapy, but even there I believe TMS had made an impact. I suddenly have access to important insights that just keep coming, so I think I may make much faster progress due to TMS. – G. B.
I was severely depressed over a period of three years. I tried several antidepressants but nothing really seemed to work. I had a severe allergic reaction. My family was very poorly impacted by the whole problem of my depression. By the end of the TMS treatment, things were better than I could have imagined. After that six week, I was so excited that my life was starting to resume. It could actually get better and that I had more to look forward to. – Garret A.
During that time, it was probably the darkest time in my life. I was sad and miserable all the time. Before when I was going through depression, I felt hopeless. Since TMS, my perspective on life has been so positive that I know there is hope. – Martha F.