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If You Suffer from OCD in South Dakota, Treatment Is Available

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If you are suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) in South Dakota and you feel like this anxiety disorder has taken over your life, don’t despair. There are effective treatment options available in South Dakota. Our personal injury attorneys in Sioux Falls want you to know you can get better. Of course, the same is true if you feel a loved one is suffering from OCD. Be prepared to show your loved one support.

What Treatments Are Available for a Person Suffering from OCD?

Treatment options for OCD include:

  • Medications: Psychiatric medications focus on receptor deficits and target serotonin. These medications may include anti-depressants.
  • Psychotherapy: Behavioral and cognitive therapy which focuses on modifying behaviors. This type of therapy includes exposing the individual to situations which create the obsessions and refocusing the response to the stimuli. This therapy also may focus on the individual’s thoughts and changing the thoughts, rather than behaviors.
  • Surgery: This type of treatment focuses on interrupting the pathway in the brain responsible for OCD or emitting gamma radiation beams into the brain area involved with OCD.

A professional psychologist can provide more direction regarding what treatment option may be best for you or your loved one. If you are suffering, seek treatment today.

At Zimmer, Duncan & Cole, LLP, our South Dakota personal injury attorneys don’t want you to give up hope. Call our office at (888) 733-2992 if you live in South Dakota. We also want to speak with you if you have received treatment through medication, the side effects of which caused you to suffer. We are here to discuss your case and treatment.

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