Dr. Maggie Robertson is originally from Louisville, KY. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Georgia and earned her Doctorate in Audiology from Washington University in St. Louis. Dr. Robertson completed her residency year at The Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center in Nashville, Tennessee, where she gained experience in all specialties of audiology. Dr. Robertson’s passion is in the area of comprehensive diagnostic hearing assessment and treatment. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology, and an active member of both the Academy of Doctors of Audiology and the South Carolina Academy of Audiology. She moved to Greenville with her husband in June 2017 and enjoys spending time with her family and friends, traveling, and trying out new places in town.
Yes, but you would need an accessory bluetooth device in addition to the hearing aids such as Phonak's ComPilot II or Oticon's Streamer Pro. The accessories come with a cable,... Read more
There is no current evidence that states that radiation from wireless hearing aids causes brain damage.
Yes - it is safe to use hydrogen peroxide to remove/soften earwax. Most eardrops on the market contain hydrogen peroxide. It softens and helps to dissolve the wax. We often... Read more
The best ear plugs are the ones that are inserted properly and fit the best. The fit is essential for comfort and proper noise protection whether that is a custom or non-custom... Read more