"Dizziness" is the third most common complaint among patients seen in outpatient clinics. Prompt identification and treatment of dizziness is important to reduce costs from medical fees, missed days of work, and falls.
The Vestibular Clinic provides evaluations of the vestibular system, which consists of the inner ear as well as vestibular pathways to and from the brain. The vestibular system is responsible for sensing and responding to head motions. Without a correctly functioning vestibular system, simple tasks, such as bending over to tie your shoe, can be uncomfortable and unbearable. A thorough evaluation of the vestibular system can lead to identification of and treatment recommendations for disorders of the vestibular system.
Jill Calderwood, AuD, CCC-A
Jill Calderwood performs the vestibular evaluations in the Vestibular Clinic. Dr. Calderwood graduated from the University of Utah with a clinical doctorate in Audiology in 2013. She worked with Mountain West ENT in Bountiful performing vestibular evaluations for 4 years. Dr. Calderwood has multiple years of experience working with patients suffering from dizziness.