Are you missing out on the wonderful sounds of life, such as the voices of loved ones, your favorite music, the sounds of nature or the ring of your telephone? If so, you might have a hearing problem, or if you are currently wearing a hearing instrument, it might not be adequately customized to your individual needs. To recapture the sounds you’ve been missing, look to our team of audiology doctors at Potomac Audiology.
Potomac Audiology, in Rockville, Maryland, offers state-of-the-art hearing evaluations and today’s most innovative hearing technology. The doctoral-level audiologists on staff have decades of experience in patient care. Combined, we have improved the hearing and quality of life for thousands of patients and we can do the same for you. We have the expertise and advanced technology to ensure that you get a thorough hearing evaluation and the right kind of treatment to include hearing aids and other assistive hearing devices. We will take care of the hearing aids and devices you already use and ensure that they are functioning appropriately for you. You can trust the audiologists at Potomac Audiology to provide you compassionate and personalized care…every step of the way!
Dr. Linn earned her Doctor of Audiology degree from Salus University in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania and master’s degree in Audiology from the University of Northern Iowa. She has a certificate of clinical competence in Audiology (CCC -A) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), where she served as Director of Private Practice and Industry for over three years.
While at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Dr. Linn was asked by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to participate in the evaluation of the Noise Reduction Rating (NRR) scale used for hearing protection. In addition, she was asked by the consulting board to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC ) in complying with the mandate for compatibility between cell phones and hearing aids. Dr. Linn is an ex officio on a number of practice documents, including Cochlear Implants, Auditory Integration Training and The Audiologist Role in Occupational Hearing Conservation and Hearing Loss Prevention Programs. Finally, Dr. Linn has been featured in newspaper articles and interviewed by radio and television stations.