Licensed doctor of audiology Katherine Kleban earned her Bachelor of Science in Speech Language Pathology from East Stroudsburg University and her doctorate in audiology from Montclair State University.
Katherine's experience includes a clinical externship in the Pediatric Audiology department at St. Joseph's Children's Hospital in Paterson, NJ. She is experienced in all areas of diagnostic and rehabilitative audiology. Katherine especially enjoys connecting with her patients and focusing on their individual needs to improve their quality of life through better hearing.
Read 2 verified patient reviews for ENT and Allergy Associates, LLP - Parsippany! Their average review score is 3 () from 2 reviews.
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“I took my 1-year old daughter to see Dr. Brian Lebovitz recently. I sat down on the examination chair with my daughter on my lap. Dr. Lebovitz pressed his forehead against my daughter's forehead and was much too close for my comfort. He started playing with her blowing on the sides of her face, which was not only strange but inappropriate. When he examined her he lacked compassion and was too rough based on my prior experience with doctors. He aggressively stuck a tongue depressor down her throat to check her. She kept gagging and crying and he did not seem to care. My 9-year-old daughter was in the room and started to cry. I just did not know how to react so I froze. My 1-year old started to vomit and he told her "don't vomit on me" twice in a very rude tone. He did not get dirty with the vomit, but preceded to tell me that I should not have feed her tomato juice before this visit. I told him I fed her carrots. He said that is not good either. Before every action he took he said "she's not going to like me," which is not the approach anyone should take when working with children. He should be as gentle as possible and try to reassure parents, not make them worry. The second part of the exam was hard on my daughter as well, but I am glad it is over. After it was done, he said she needed to have her adenoids removed and ear tubes. I think he made that assessment too quickly. He said I can give her antibiotics, which she had not taken for her condition. He said there is about a 20% chance she will feel better, but she will still need the surgery. That made me feel as though he gets some type of commission per surgery or he just like doing surgeries. This man should not be working with children at all! Please do not allow your children to go through what my baby experienced. On top of all of this the wait was over an hour. Stay far away!”
“They were very friendly & easy to work with.”
ENT and Allergy Associates has been helping people with ear, nose and throat concerns since 1998, when three practices merged with 12 partners and 8 locations. Fourteen years later, ENT and Allergy Associates has grown to over 125 physicians, practicing in 36 office locations throughout the New York tri-state area. ENT and Allergy has over 60 licensed audiologists in its 36 clinical office locations.
Hearing care services
Our audiologists can evaluate and treat the full spectrum of ear and hearing disorders in both the pediatric and adult patients.
• Digital Hearing aid dispensing
• Dizziness evaluations
• Pediatric evaluations
• Site of lesion testing
• Hearing protection
• Swim molds
Our audiology department has access to all of the above styles and technologies. We have state-of-the-art hearing instruments available from all major manufacturers. We will evaluate your individual needs and help you select the style, technology and brand that will be best for you.
|Monday||8 am - 6:30 pm|
|Tuesday||8 am - 7 pm|
|Wednesday||8 am - 5 pm|
|Thursday||8 am - 5:30 pm|
|Friday||8 am - 5 pm|
|Saturday||9 am - 11 am|
Accepted forms of payment
- American Express
- Financing available for those who qualify
- Insurance accepted, please call for details