Utah State University Hearing Clinic

"We provide service to individuals with communication differences and disorders."
6410 Old Main Hl Logan, UT 84322
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Tiffany Shelton

Au.D., CCC-A

Dr. Shelton is a Clinical Assistant Professor in Audiology at Utah State University. She is a licensed audiologist and holds a certificate of clinical competence in audiology from the American Speech Language and Hearing Association. She earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in audiology at Utah State University, and is proud to say she is a “True Aggie”.  Later, she went on to earn her doctorate in audiology at A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Health Sciences in Mesa, Arizona. She began her career working in a private practice, and an ENT medical clinic.  For over 12 years she has worked as a clinical supervisor at USU where she performs adult diagnostic testing, works with hearing aids, BAHA devices, and conducts auditory processing disorder and tinnitus evaluations. Dr. Shelton enjoys reading, watching classic movies, playing games, gardening and spending time with her family.

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Cache Pitt

Au.D., CCC-A

Cache Pitt provides cochlear implant services for people of all ages, including cochlear implant candidacy evaluations and cochlear implant mapping. Dr. Pitt teaches the Introduction to Cochlear Implants course for USU graduate students and serves on the Audiology Advisory Board and the Pediatric Advisory Board for MedEl Corporation.

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Kali Markle

Au.D., CCC-A

Kali Markle is a bilingual English-Spanish pediatric audiologist who specializes in diagnostic hearing evaluations, hearing aid and BAHA fittings and management, cochlear implant evaluations, mapping and follow up. She works with fellow pediatric and adult audiologists, speech pathologists, educational specialists, otologists and other providers in the community to provide comprehensive and interdisciplinary care to patients.

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Amy Porter

Au.D., CCC-A

Amy Porter specializes in hearing and vestibular evaluations. She is also interested in vestibular rehabilitation and concussion.

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About this hearing center

The audiology clinic at Utah State University provides high quality hearing services to patients of all ages. Our staff is comprised of doctoral-level student clinicians under the direct supervision of licensed and certified audiology faculty members of the Department of Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education. We provide complete diagnostic hearing testing and evaluations and all specialized balance and tinnitus evaluations.  

Hearing care services

Adult Services:

Approximately 20% of Americans experience hearing loss, and recent estimates show that rates of hearing loss will almost double in the future. Hearing loss makes people feel isolated from family members and their community as they struggle to communicate. Our team of audiologists can help you to regain your hearing confidence by doing a thorough hearing evaluation, discussing communication strategies, and if needed, recommending and fitting the right hearing aid for you. We proudly fit quality hearing aids and use Real Ear technology to personalize the aids for your specific hearing loss, taking into consideration your daily life and communication needs. We currently fit and service a wide range of hearing aid manufacturers and accessories.

Balance Services:

Our cutting-edge Balance Clinic, which houses state-of-the art equipment, can provide important data to help determine whether the inner ear is a contributor to your dizziness or imbalance. Some of the specialized tests we conduct include videonystagmography, rotational chair testing, VEMP, vHIT and postural control testing.

Pediatric Services:

Our pediatric audiologists use specialized tests to identify children as early as possible, including tests for babies. We fit state-of-the-art hearing aids that are designed for children and use Real Ear technology to make sure that the hearing aids are fit appropriately for your child. We team with Sound Beginnings, an onsite intervention program that teaches children to use spoken language.  

 

 

Hours of operation

SundayClosed
Monday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday8:00 am - 5:00 pm
SaturdayClosed

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Disclaimer: This clinic profile is for general information purposes only. Financial aid and insurance coverage can vary widely by policy and should be verified with the provider before services are rendered.