Sharon A. Sandridge is currently Director of Clinical Services in Audiology and Co-Director of the Tinnitus Management Clinic and Audiology Research Lab at Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Sandridge received her BA and MA from the University of Akron and her PhD from the University of Florida. Her primary clinical and research interests are in the areas of amplification -- hearing aids and assistive technology, the evaluation and treatment of tinnitus, and auditory electrophysiologic assessment including neurodiagnostics, intraoperative monitoring and identification of children with hearing loss. She and her colleague, Dr. Craig Newman, have completed a number of funded research projects and have authored a number of articles in the areas of amplification, outcome studies, electrophysiology and tinnitus.
Cleveland Clinic's Rehabilitation and Sports Therapy Audiological Management Program offers hearing-impaired persons and their families solutions based on individual lifestyle and needs. Audiological and Hearing aid services are provided by licensed Audiologists that hold the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s (ASHA’s) certificate of clinical competence (CCC-A). All Audiological staff participates in continuing education in order to ensure state-of-the-art knowledge, skills and abilities.
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