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Balance Center

Balance Center


Balance Center Overview

Do You Suffer From Dizziness or Balance Issues? We Have Treatment Solutions. The Balance Center at Westchester Medical Center offers comprehensive evaluation and intervention for those experiencing dizziness, vertigo and chronic balance problems.

Conditions Treated – Learn More

Balance Treatments and Therapies – Learn More

Surprisingly common, dizziness and balance problems can affect almost anyone and can be the result of a number of issues, including inner-ear problems, head injuries, or a variety of seemingly unrelated medical conditions. In some cases, these symptoms can be debilitating and result in severe disabilities and a significant decrease in quality-of-life.

Referrals and Appointments

The Balance Center is an open-referral center and accepts physician referrals for any combination of diagnostic testing or vestibular and balance therapy. Please be sure to determine if your insurance provider requires that you have a doctor's referral prior to scheduling an appointment.

Download a Referral Form

Contact Us

The Balance Center at Westchester Medical Center
19 Bradhurst Ave., Suite 3800S
Hawthorne, NY  10532
914.493.4634
WMCBalanceCenter@wmchealth.org

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Meet The Westchester Medical Center Balance Center Team 

Katrina

Katrina R. Stidham, MD
Chief of Neurotology
Director, Balance Center and Cochlear Implant Program
Westchester Medical Center

Dr. Stidham is a fellowship-trained neurotologist and skull base surgeon practicing the full scope of otology and neurotology. She also is an Associate Professor of Otolaryngology and Neurosurgery at New York Medical College, the academic affiliate of Westchester Medical Center. Dr. Stidham received her medical degree from the Duke University School of Medicine and completed her surgical residency in otolaryngology - head and neck surgery at Stanford. She completed her neurotology/skull base fellowship at the California Ear Institute at Stanford. Prior to joining the Westchester Medical Center team, she practiced in California for eight years as the medical director of the Cochlear Implant Program at Children’s Hospital Oakland.

Dr. Stidham's scope of practice includes care for children and adult patients with ear and skull base disorders. She has expertise in diagnosis and management of hearing loss, acute and chronic ear disease, dizziness, balance problems, lateral skull base tumors and facial nerve disorders. She has special interests in cochlear implants, congenital hearing loss, pediatric otology, cholesteatomas, vestibular schwannomas, Meniere's disease (inner ear disease), dizziness and otosclerosis.

 
Amanda

Amanda Muldoon, Au.D.
Clinical Director

Amanda Muldoon has specialized in vestibular diagnostics most of her career. She received her Master's degree from SUNY New Paltz in 2002 and has subsequently completed her Doctor of Audiology from Salus University. Her experience, confidence and easy going manner provide a diagnostic evaluation that is patient oriented.


 
Suzanne

Suzanne Lasseter, P.T.
Vestibular Rehabilitation Therapist

Suzanne Lasseter is a Physical Therapist that specializes in Vestibular/Balance Rehabilitation Therapy. She completed her Physical Therapy degree at SUNY Stony Brook in 1997. Extensive post-graduate coursework has focused on vestibular and balance therapy. She has been involved in treating dizzy/balance patients within Westchester County for the last decade.