Dr. Bea, as a professional in the field of audiology, uses advanced diagnostic testing to identify the source of hearing loss. The tests that may be administered to evaluate your condition include:
Hearing Aid Types
Hearing aids were once large, bulky, and obvious. As technology advances, these devices have become smaller – and far more effective. If you or your child are struggling with hearing loss, Dr. Bea will fully evaluate your condition to determine the best type of device for you or your child. We offer an array of the most effective hearing aids, including BTE (behind the ear), RIC (receiver in canal), ITE (in the ear), CIC (completely in the canal), and CROS/biCROS for patients with significant hearing loss in one ear.Learn More
Dr. Rachel Spinuzza
Receiving her Bachelor’s degree in Speech Language and Hearing Sciences from Purdue University and her Doctorate of Audiology degree from Nova Southeastern University, Dr. Rachel Spinuzza's areas of expertise include diagnostic and rehabilitative audiology with years of experience in hearing instrument selection and fitting, aural rehabilitation, and counseling. Dr. Spinuzza serves both pediatric and adult populations in the assessment and diagnosis of hearing impairment as well as vestibular assessment.