Faint & Fall - What To Expect From Your Visit
Seeing multiple physicians over an extended period of time can cause anxiety, unnecessary tests, and risks of injury or hospitalization while you wait for proper treatment.
At the Faint & Fall Clinic, you can see the right doctor and get all of the right tests in one place. You’ll be seen within 24–48 hours by a doctor who is an expert in evaluating faints and falls. The specialists you need to see will come to you at the clinic, rather than you visiting multiple locations. The Faint & Fall specialists use recommended guidelines to order only the most appropriate tests for you, resulting in fewer unnecessary procedures, a much shorter time to diagnosis, and increased peace of mind. Our comprehensive approach to the evaluation and treatment of faint and fall helps to reduce your risk of a faint- or fall-related injury and prevent expensive inpatient hospital stays.
At the Faint & Fall Clinic, you no longer have to visit several different doctors before receiving a diagnosis. When you visit the Faint & Fall Clinic, cardiologists, geriatricians, and neurologists will all be available to provide you with the comprehensive evaluation you deserve. In addition, all the tests you need will be performed within 24 hours, reducing delays in diagnosis and the number of future doctors’ visits.
Tawni Lynn Jetter, N.P., APRNLocations
|University Hospital||(801) 213-2033|
Specialties: Cardiology, Faint and Fall, Geriatrics
Natalie A. Sanders, D.O., FACP
Specialties: Faint and Fall, Geriatrics
David R. Shprecher, D.O., M.S.C.ILocations
|Imaging and Neurosciences Center||(801) 585-7575|
Specialties: Faint and Fall, Movement Disorders, Neurology, Parkinson's Disease
T. Scott Wall, M.D.
Specialties: Cardiac Electrophysiology, Cardiology, Faint and Fall
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