Pain which lasts longer than six months is generally considered to be “Chronic Pain.” There are over 200,000 new cases of Chronic Pain in the U.S. each year. Today, Chronic Pain affects roughly 50 million Americans, 19.6 million of which experience “high-impact” chronic pain which severely limits work or daily activities.  Every aspect of day-to-day living is affected by it and for many traditional drug therapy is ineffective. The “opioid crisis” that has been so much in the news lately has placed increased emphasis on the need to find non-drug or at least non-opioid based alternatives. Pain of this type and duration also is known to cause certain mood disorders, including depression. TMS therapy has long been known to alleviate pain symptoms, particularly when applied in combination with other therapies. In fact, a single session of TMS has been shown to reduce the detection of pain.