UPMC Center for Balance Disorders

People suffering from dizziness, vertigo, and other balance disorders and conditions can find relief at the UPMC Center for Balance Disorders.

Dedicated to caring for people of all ages with balance problems, our team of vestibular and balance experts uses state-of-the-art technology to provide a:

Depending on your symptoms, our specialized Vestibular (Balance) Laboratory offers several types of tests to evaluate your balance system.

A Team Approach to Balance Disorder Care

Because a balance disorder may be a sign of other medical problems, the center's staff consults with our colleagues in otolaryngology, psychiatry, and audiology.

This collaboration guarantees a comprehensive approach to the diagnosis and treatment of even the most complex balance disorders.

Learn More About Balance Disorders

See our Frequently Asked Questions About Balance Disorders or find more information at the links.

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Vestibular Disorders Association:

Contact Us

Call us to schedule an appointment at one of our Center for Balance Disorders locations.

UPMC Mercy Hearing
and Balance Center
Phone: 412-647-2100

UPMC Center for
Balance Disorders
Phone: 412-647-2125

Physical Therapy Office
Phone: 412-647-8091

University Ear, Nose, 
& Throat Specialists
(Oakland/Main Office)
Phone: 412-647-2100

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