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Dizziness is not a diagnosis; it is a term often used to describe two different symptoms: lightheadedness and vertigo. Light-headedness is a feeling like you might faint. Vertigo is a feeling that you are spinning or moving, or that the the world is spinning around you. Common causes of dizziness include Benign Paratysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), Meniere's Syndrome, vestibular migraine, and vestibular nevritis. Our goal is to diagnose the underlying cause of the dizziness and institute a proper treatment through a team-based approach.

The Dizziness and Balance Clinic at the SLUCare Doctors Office Building provides testing and assessment of balance problems. Treatments with the Epley Omniax device are available at our Mercy clinic. Watch a video about the Epley Omniax device.

Services available through the clinic include vestibular testing, evaluating ear-related causes of dizziness, and physical therapy.

We use state-of-the-art diagnostic balance labs to more accurately diagnose our patients, enabling us to develop effective rehabilitation programs. Nurse practitioner Sarah Keenan has particular expertise in vestibular migraine. 

SLUCare Dizziness and Balance Clinic Provider

Anthony Mikulec, MD
Sarah Keenan, NP

SLUCare Dizziness and Balance Clinic Location

SLUCare Doctors Office Building
3660 Vista Ave., Ste. 312
St. Louis, MO 63110
(314) 977-5110 

Mercy Hospital St. Louis - Medical Tower A
621 S. New Ballas Rd., Ste. 482
St. Louis, MO 63141
(314) 251-6362