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Many times my patients ask me why I became an Audiologist. I grew up with hearing loss in my family, and at an early age I became sensitive to how difficult it is to communicate with hearing loss.My oldest brother began wearing a hearing aid at age three and became a candidate for a cochlear implant (CI) at age 30. For the past 25 years he has been succeeding with a CI. I also have a twin sister who lost her hearing in the left ear at age 4 due to the mumps. I learned quickly to always walk on her right side so she could easily participate in our conversations.
I started my private practice in 1995, with one location at Holy Family Hospital. In 2000 I opened my second office in Newburyport. In April, 2011, I moved over the bridge to Salisbury. My patients enjoy the easy parking, handicapped accessibility into my office and the sunny pleasant atmosphere. I look forward to being in both locations. Every day I meet interesting people who need to hear better. Improving your hearing is a process, not a quick visit to purchase a product. I work closely with each person to help them adjust to better hearing. It is my lifelong commitment to my patients that ensures success. It is always rewarding to be an Audiologist.