Welcome to Saad A. Shakir M.D. & Associates
Integrated Clinical Neurosciences and Silicon Valley TMS
An Integrated Approach to Mental Healthcare
Our mission at Integrated Clinical Neurosciences and Saad A. Shakir, M.D. and Associates is to provide a full range of integrated neuropsychiatric services to individuals in our community based on in-depth assessments, education, and collaboration with our referring professional community. We are proud to provide the highest ethical and professional standards of care, cost-effective treatment, and a collaborative partnership with individuals, families, and clinicians.
Our philosophy emphasizes wellness, lifestyle modifications, and the latest and most modern advances in medicine and counseling. Our staff has many cultural backgrounds and experiences that translates into a very respectful and understanding environment of care for all cultures and backgrounds.
We also provide patients in the surrounding Bay Area the latest in evidence-based depression treatments. We are pleased to be able to offer Neurostar® TMS Therapy and Brainsway Deep TMS Therapy to our patients. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapy is one of the most technologically advanced depression treatments available. This non-invasive, outpatient therapy is FDA cleared and has helped thousands of depression patients who have not received adequate results from antidepressants.
Watch Dr. Shakir on the special segment “Medicine, Technology and the Brain.” Local TV and Simulcast Schedule.
Silicon Valley TMS is adopting Freespira as a treatment for Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder. Click here to learn more.
PBS: Dr. Shakir discusses the Syrian refugee crisis in Amman, Jordan and what can be done to fill the mental health care gap.
Read about Steve Chappell’s struggle to find an effective treatment for his long-standing depression and his success with Deep TMS: Patients with Depression, PTSD, Tout Magnetic Helmet Treatment
“The fog had lifted…Things felt much sharper. I was smiling and laughing, which had been so hard for me. That became almost every day as the treatment progressed.”