Our Audiologists

An audiologist is a health-care professional that evaluates, diagnoses, treats and manages hearing loss and balance disorders in patients of all ages; adults, children and infants. Audiologists make hearing aid recommendations, fit and service hearing aids, design and implement hearing conservation programs and newborn hearing screening programs, and perform diagnostic hearing and balance testing.

Our audiologists have all obtained their Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degrees from accredited universities. They have received specialized education and training regarding the prevention, identification, assessment and treatment of hearing and balance disorders. Our audiologists are licensed in the State of Wisconsin and complete continuing education yearly to maintain their licensure status. Our audiologists work in conjunction with the ear, nose and throat physicians to provide our patients with the optimum care possible.