1319 Punahou Street #1000 Honolulu, HI 96826
Contact Our New Patient Coordinator for Additional Information

We know that patients and their families affected by neurological conditions may feel frustrated and uncertain about what to do.  Additionally, we know that some have even lost hope that treatment can improve the condition.

As we have worked with many patients in similar situations, we have some understanding of what you may be going through.  And we want to help by providing information and support so you can make informed decisions about MeRT as the right treatment for you or your child.

For this reason, we offer a free consultation with our New Patient Coordinator.

It doesn’t cost anything to contact us and talk about what is happening. Our New Patient Coordinator is here to help you in any way she can.  She will listen and understand.  Plus, she can explain the process and protocols, costs, possible insurance benefits, and any other details you want to know. And she will answer all your questions.  There are no obligations and she will take the time with you that you need in order to determine whether to take the next steps.

MeRT is a completely non-invasive, painless, and safe treatment protocol that has helped many patients improve their quality of life and, in some cases, fully restore brain function.



1319 Punahou Street #1000
Honolulu, HI 96826


Clinic Phone:  (808) 754-1027


Monday through Friday
8 am to 5 pm

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Absolute Contraindications

Absolute contraindications for cortical MeRT treatment: Pacemaker, Defibrillator, Vagal Nerve Stimulator, VP Shunt/ Magnetic intracranial shunts, Deep Brain Stimulator, Epidural Cortical stimulator, Steel shunts/stents, Cranial metal fragments (i.e. shrapnel, excluding titanium), Cochlear implant, Aneurysm clips, coils, pipelines flow diversion, Pregnant or breastfeeding, Primary brain cancer / metastatic lesions in brain (unless palliative care), Magnetic dental implants, Implanted cardio-verter defibrillators (ICD), Ocular implants, *Bipolar Disorder Type I/II, *Schizophrenia.

*May be treated at other TMS/MeRT centers, but not at Synapse

Relative Contraindications

Relative contraindications require closer protocol attention and may or may not disqualify someone from receiving cortical MeRT treatment, depending on the doctor’s discretion and the person’s individual condition. These include:: History of Seizure or seizure disorder, Titanium shunts/stents, Spinal Cord Stimulator, Hearing aids, Ferrous cortical implants, Magnetic ink tattoo, Bipolar Disorder Type I/II, Baha Implant.