There are several new types of brain stimulation under development that can go deeper into the brain and more selective than conventional rTMS. Conventional rTMS is very limited in treating many disorder due to it very low stimulation dept in the brain,- 0.8-1.cm in dept. That is why only 50% of depressions can be treated with conventional rTMS,- the other "depression types" involves areas in the brain that is much deeper. So, development of newer coils, other types of stimulation is a way addressing that problem so many more psychiatric and neurological conditions can be treated. These interventions are still experimental and can not be used in clinical practices or hospitals. It can only be done in approved research trails.Anyone know anything about focused ultrasound and its potential benefits for dp/dr sufferers? It has shown some promise in treating various neurological disorders, but I don't think there is much research for other illnesses. Any input or ideas?