Your Internal Medicine Experts in Austin, Since 1952
Why should I consider choosing an Internist?
Choosing an Internal Medicine physician, also known as Internists, as your primary care physician may be the right choice for your healthcare needs if you have a history, or have a family history of chronic disease.
At ADC, our internal medicine physicians focus on adult medicine and have had special training on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of adult disease, whether complex or simple.
Internists spend three of their seven years of medical school and postgraduate training dedicated to learning how to prevent, diagnose and treat diseases that affect adults.
All of our internists are trained in subspecialty areas of Internal Medicine including: rheumatology, gastroenterology, cardiology, nephrology, geriatric medicine, neurology, pulmonary medicine, wound care, endocrinology, and allergy. Internists are often called upon to act as consultants to other physicians to help solve puzzling diagnostic problems.
- Respiratory disease
- Vascular and heart disease
- Blood problems
- Kidney problems
- Joint and rheumatologic problems
- Digestive problems
- Endocrine and hormonal problems
- Urinary problems
- Neurological problems
- Infectious disease
- Mental health
- General medicine
- Adult annual physicals
- Health screens
- Chronic illness management
- Diagnostic services
- Infections disease control
- Geriatric medicine