Dr. Nikki's passion for Audiology started at a very young age when she learned sign language to communicate with my two deaf cousins. As she got older, she volunteered in the speech and hearing department of a local hospital. She graduated summa cum laude from West Virginia University and received further degrees from Ohio State University and University of Florida. In her 14 years of practicing Audiology, she has helped thousands of people, newborns to 100 year olds, hear and communicate better. She has also spoken at many Audiology conventions and helped with Continuing Education training of practicing Audiologists in the Southeast. Dr. Nikki and her staff of 2 other Audiologists and 3 Audiology assistants go the extra mile to ensure your complete satisfaction with their services.
In my opinion, it's important to first confirm that all the ear wax has been removed. When you are removing wax at home, you cannot be sure it is all removed unless a trained... Read more
I would not suggest wax removal at home until an Audiologist, ENT, or Primary Care doctor can look in your ear and obtain your medical history then answer that question for... Read more
There are basically three parts to your hearing loss. 1) How loud we have to make each pitch for your ears to hear it, 2) How well you understand the sound (words) once the... Read more
Im sorry, but hearing aids, including Phonak are not upgradable. The manufacturers create new technology rather than upgrading old. The only upgradable hearing aid that I am... Read more
As with any bluetooth (BT) technology and any other brand of BT hearing aids, Widex BT is not always perfect. The above suggestions usually work and I have definitely heard of... Read more
Obviously everyone's fees and what they include is different. However, I must say the first step is to have your hearing tested by the Audiologist while bringing the hearing... Read more