- Hearing evaluations for adults and children age 7+
- Hearing aid consultations
- Tinnitus and sound sensitivity evaluation
- Retraining consultations for tinnitus and sound sensitivity
- Cerumen (ear wax) removal
- Custom ear molds for swimming, music enjoyment, in-ear monitors, shooting, and more
- Assistive listening device consultations
- Monthly services at Balfour Senior Living in Louisville
Meet Dr. Meg
Dr. Meg has been a practicing audiologist since 2011. For her, the field is a great marriage of technology with patient care, and she loves that she can effect change in the quality of people’s lives. A native of Arkansas, she moved to Colorado in 2015 and has loved it ever since. She is passionate about spreading the word about the connection between diabetes and hearing loss and cares about good old-fashioned customer service.
Your First Visit in 5 Easy Steps
Step 1: When you arrive, you will be greeted by our friendly front office staff. Paperwork is kept short and simple, and we are happy to walk you through any questions that you have.
Step 2: Next, you will meet with our audiologist, Dr. Meg. She will start with a detailed interview about your hearing health history. She will ask you about hearing, tinnitus, sound sensitivity, and related health issues. It can be helpful to have someone with you to share what they notice too. If you are not sure where to begin, we have several questionnaires to walk you through it.
Step 3: Dr. Meg will discuss in detail any testing we plan to do based on your needs and complete that testing with you.
Step 4: After testing is complete, Dr. Meg will go through the results with you and answer your questions. As a firm believer in Patient Education, Dr. Meg will assure you are fully informed before making any decisions regarding your healthcare. She will thoroughly explain all test results in a way you will understand.
Step 5: After assessment and results, Dr. Meg will then talk you through the next steps and treatment recommendations from custom earplugs to sound therapy to hearing aids. When you visit her office, she will explain your testing and results in terms anyone can clearly understand. Patient leave with a full hearing health report written in clear, layperson language.