Meet Our Team At Rogue Valley TMS In Oregon


Rogue Valley TMS takes great pride in being able to offer hope in healing depression through a revolutionary therapy: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation. This transformative treatment provides real, long-term results for people who haven’t found relief through anti-depressants. We are here to help you on your journey to wellness!

Dr. Chad Brown at Rogue Valley TMS helps offer TMS therapy as a depression treatment.



Dr. Brown is a pediatric and adult psychiatrist who has been working in Southern Oregon since 2011. He has a psychotherapy/medication management practice in addition to the TMS clinic.

Dr. Brown completed his child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at the Oregon Health Science University in Portland, OR. Prior to that he did his adult psychiatry residency at the University of Vermont Medical Center in Burlington, VT. Dr. Brown attended medical school at University of Texas Medical School in Houston, TX. He majored in biochemistry and molecular biology as an undergraduate at the University of Georgia.

He enjoys spending time with his family, watching and coaching soccer, and hanging out in his backyard.

Chewy, the Superchill therapy dog, part of the Team at Rogue Valley TMS



Chewy has been a therapy dog since 2014 at the young age of 18 months. That is when he finally settled down and stopped destroying almost everything that came across his path. We believe he is a black Lab/Husky/Rottweiler mix. He is an extremely loving and slothful (better than calling him lazy?) dog that likes to lie on your feet and go right into REM sleep. Chewy is a valued member of the team at Rogue Valley TMS.

He enjoys swimming, sleeping on his back with his legs up, laying around while the other dogs fetch, wrestling with his buddy Ani, chewing on bones, shedding on everything (lint roller provided at no extra cost), and giving kisses to his favorite people.

Millie, the smile generator at Rogue Valley TMS in Medford, Oregon.



Millie is the tiniest of our therapy dogs. When she’s at work, Millie has a calm energy that brings a sense of peace to all who meet her. During her free time, Millie enjoys being part of her pack, digging holes, chasing the other dogs while they’re playing fetch, getting major zoomies, and being close to her mama. Millie’s unique beauty and natural silver mohawk make almost everyone smile.

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