How do I find a doctor who specializes in syncope?

Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Syncope and Autonomic Disorders combines experience, expertise and a team approach to diagnosing syncope.For patients beginning diagnosis of syncope, or those who have been told they have “autonomic dysfunction or neurologic causes for their syncope: make an appointment with a Neuromuscular Center staff member please call 216.636.5860 or toll free 866.588.2264.For patients who have POTs, underlying cardiac disease, or cardiac symptoms along with their syncope: contact the cardiology appointment line at 1.800.223.2273, ext 4-6697.

Doctors vary in quality due to differences in training and experience; hospitals differ in the number of services available. The more complex your medical problem, the greater these differences in quality become and the more they matter.

Clearly, the doctor and hospital that you choose for complex, specialized medical care will have a direct impact on how well you do. To help you make this choice, please review our Miller Family Heart and Vascular Institute Outcomes.

Cleveland Clinic Heart and Vascular Institute Cardiologists and Surgeons

Choosing a doctor to treat your abnormal heart rhythm depends on where you are in your diagnosis and treatment. The following Heart and Vascular Institute Sections and Departments treat patients with Arrhythmias:

The Heart and Vascular Institute also has specialized centers to treat certain populations of patients:

For younger patients with abnormal heart rhythms:

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Resources for Neurogenic Disorders

Such as Syncope, Dysautonomia and Postural Tachycardia Syndrome

  • Cleveland Clinic Center for Syncope and Autonomic Disorders
    • 216.444.5828 or 800.223.2273, ext. 45828
  • Dysautonomia Foundation, Inc.
  • Dysautonomia Information Network
  • Dysautonomia Youth Network of America, Inc. (DYNA)
  • Familial Dysautonomia Hope Foundation
  • National Dysautonomia Research Foundation
    • P.O. Box 301, Red Wing, MN 55066-0301
    • 651.267.0525
  • National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
    • NIH Neurological Institute
    • P.O. Box 5801, Bethesda, MD 20824
    • 800.352.9424 or 301.496.5751
    • TTY: 301.468.5981
  • National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)
  • Syncope Trust and Reflex Anoxic Seizures (STARS)

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