TMJ Center of Los Angeles

Our Practice


A Widely Recognized Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine Center

Our Approach

We maintain a practice that is dedicated to excellence in Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine. We use the most up-to-date technology and procedures to ensure high standards and quality. Our approach to care involves creating a personalized experience that patients deserve.

At our office, we provide comprehensive treatment planning and follow high standards on exams and treatment. Thorough exams are essential in order to check your health before undergoing procedures.  To provide our patients with the safest treatments, we adopt the latest techniques and standards.

Safety is important to us, which is why we place a high priority on maintaining a sterilized environment. We want to keep you protected at all times.

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As your gastroenterologist, Dr. Davidson wants to you to know you are receiving care from a highly trained, skilled, and experienced physician. We take pride in providing the care needed to optimize your health. To ensure the best possible results, we continue to train ourselves and stay invested in education. Dr. Davidson attends meetings, conventions, and conferences to stay updated on the latest techniques, products, and technology.

Our office is committed to establishing a trusting relationship with our patients.  You are a special individual who is vital to our success.  We can make a difference in providing a life-changing and overwhelmingly positive experience.  You can expect to receive excellent, personalized, and comfortable service at our facility.

Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to manage your gastroenterology needs and improve your life!

Our Blogs

Does GERD Affect Young Adults?

Back to BlogsGERD, also called heartburn or acid reflux, is an extremely common digestive condition afflicting about 20% of adults worldwide. It consists of an uncomfortable or painful burning sensation in your chest caused by stomach acid leaking into your esophagus....

What Kinds of Processed Foods Should I Avoid?

Back to BlogsIf you’ve ever gotten into dieting or nutrition, you’ve probably heard this adage: whole foods are good, processed foods are bad. This is generally true, but what’s the difference between whole and processed foods? And what types of processed foods should...

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