“I look forward to positive communication and dialogue with patients about all avenues for better health. My passion is to always do what is best for my patients. I changed my medical practice to reflect a more personalized approach…one that is truly patient-focused.”
Education and Training
Dr. Ohadi earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology at University of California-Riverside and completed a Masters of Public Health from Loma Linda University. She attended Western University of Health Sciences, graduating as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine and followed up with an internship at University of California Irvine Medical Center. Directly after she served as the Chief Resident of family medicine at LA County USC Medical Center, where she remains on faculty.
Her approach to medicine is a deep focus on nurturing the overall health and well-being of each patient as an individual. She carefully analyzes each patient’s specific needs and customizes their care accordingly. She is committed to treating the whole patient and discovering the source of symptoms, not masking them. She finds that the body is often capable of healing itself and over-prescribing medicines can interfere with that natural process.
Dr. Ohadi has lived in the southern California area for the majority of her life. In addition to being a dedicated physician, she enjoys learning about diverse cultures and as such she is fluent in English, Spanish, and Farsi. Married and the loving mother of two, she enjoys traveling and is an enthusiastic soccer and basketball fan.
Dr. Ohadi is affiliated with Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank.