Dr. Ehresmann has been in practice for over 24 years. His main area of interest is new treatments of Rheumatoid Arthritis. He believes that the new treatments for rheumatoid arthritis have restored function, hopes and dreams of our patients more effectively that any prior treatments.
Welcome to USC Internal Medicine
The physicians of USC Internal Medicine have a strong commitment to the most praiseworthy traditions of medicine — the patient-physician relationship. Our patients are provided a full range of care — from general health services to the most complex and specialized treatments — all within a sensitive and compassionate environment.
More than just practitioners, our physicians are teachers and scholars. They have trained a great many of the physicians practicing in Los Angeles today. As well, many of our doctors are conducting much of the cutting edge research that is moving the science of medicine to higher thresholds. This expertise is available to you for all of your health needs. Staff are available to help coordinate with your insurance company when necessary.
Dr. Caroline Hwang has recently joined the Division of Gastroenterology to direct the Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Program at USC. […]
The New Year brings new opportunities to maintain and improve your well-being. Your Keck physicians, always on the cutting edge of healthcare, would like to make you aware of new national recommendations regarding blood pressure and cholesterol management intended to keep you healthier than ever. Click the header to learn more.
Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DXA), is an x-ray scan that uses a small amount of radiation to take pictures of different bones. The scan painlessly takes measurements of your bone density which takes only about 10 minutes. The amount of radiation is less than 1/10 of a standard chest X-ray. Call 1-323-442-5100 and ask your doctor if a DXA scan could benefit you!
“Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live.” ~Jim Rohn
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