About Anxiety Disorders

Other Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety can manifest in unexpected ways, such as medical problems. These can include thyroid problems, low blood sugar, middle ear problems, cardiac issues and gastric symptoms.

A comprehensive medical examination comprising of a careful history, chest x-rays, ECG and a full battery of blood tests (blood chemistry and thyroid included) can detect many of the above problems.

For further information on other ways anxiety can present itself and the treatment available, please contact us at: UCLA Anxiety Disorders Clinic (310) 825-9989

For people who can manage their anxiety disorders on a weekly, outpatient basis, UCLA Outpatient Anxiety Disorders Clinic provides both Behavior Therapy and Medication Management. It treats all anxiety disorders, including OCD, Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia, Social Phobia and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder. The clinic also offers an extensive evaluation and treatment program. If you are uncertain about which course of action may be most appropriate for you, please use the number and assistance will be provided.

For further information, please contact us by calling the UCLA Anxiety Disorders Clinic (310) 825-9989

For more information on physicians and services at UCLA, please call our Physician Referral Service at (800) UCLA-MD1 or (310) 825-2631. For UCLA Neuropsychiatric and Behavioral Services, contact our ACCESS Center at (800) 825-9989 or (310) 825-9989.

Service available Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (PST) to assist you.

In an emergency dial 911