Going by the rule of medical professionals being aware of most approved treatment practices, those involved in the health sector might be mindful of transcranial magnetic solution (TMS) therapy. But seeing that the treatment method was only approved in 2008, it wouldn’t be surprising to see a health professional who does not know about the details of it. San Francisco based investor, entrepreneur, and philanthropist Ara Chackerian is focused on changing this approach for the better.
As an investor who has been attached to the healthcare sector, especially diagnostic imaging for a long time, Ara Chackerian has extensive experience in dealing with new and innovative healthcare and management solutions. This holds for answers that show great potential despite having little research supporting them due to how unique they are.
Seeing that TMS falls under this category, it was only natural for someone like Ara Chackerian to pay attention to it. Since Chackerian already had substantial experience in investing and overseeing innovative medical solutions through his investment firm ASC Capital Holdings, looking into TMS and promoting its positive effects was only a logical step for the expert.
Once Ara Chackerian and his partner learned about what TMS does, how it could help those with mental illness, and what kind of obstructions does it face in terms of insurance and research support, they were able to devise a roadmap to deploy TMS services in the San Francisco Bay Area effectively. Through targeted diagnostic and treatment centers, Chackerian, his business partner, and their team ensures that TMS is being deployed for those who could benefit from it – but in a highly secure and careful manner.
Along with deploying this innovative yet helpful treatment method, Ara Chackerian is also taking time out of his busy schedule to spread awareness about mental health in everyday sectors. For instance, he recently drafted a blog post that talked about mental illness for tech sector workers, and how we could do our part in resolving the issue.
Through these initiatives, Ara Chackerian is ensuring that we not only talk about mental health issues but do something tangible to help those who could get better with timely treatment.