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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder driven by recurrent, unwanted thoughts (obsessions) and/or repetitive behaviors (compulsions).
Typically OCD begins in childhood and tends to run in families. When extreme cases of OCD become severe and time-consuming, they can significantly distress or disrupt a person’s life.
We utilize the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, to diagnosis your symptoms as obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Common symptoms of OCD include:
The anxiety caused by these undesired obsessions can result in a patient seeking relief by conducting rituals (compulsions).
Common compulsions include:
Although many people with OCD recognize their fears are irrational, they cannot overcome their obsessions and compulsions on their own. Our multidisciplinary staff will examine the patient to formulate an individual treatment plan.
Medication. Therapies and rehabilitative services are very helpful for patients with OCD. At times antidepressant medications may be used as OCD treatment.
Support. We work to create a support system for its patients, who benefit greatly from family members who understand the disease and support the patient in the hospital and aftercare.
Outpatient offices for OCD
Einstein Medical Center PhiladelphiaMedical Office Building at Tabor Road1200 W. Tabor Road, Suite 100Philadelphia, PA 19141215-456-9850
Einstein Center One9880 Bustleton Avenue, Suite 218Philadelphia, PA 19141215-827-1540
Einstein Medical Center Elkins Park60 Township Line RoadElkins Park, PA 19027215-456-9850
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