WHAT IS AN AUDIOLOGIST?
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An audiologist is a professional who assesses, diagnoses and treats hearing problems and helps prevent hearing and balance problems. An audiologist has earned a master-s or doctorate in audiology from an accredited university graduate program.
Dr. Jennifer Esse heads the dedicated group at Daniel Island Hearing Center, which offers a variety of services such as hearing evaluations for adults, children and newborns, hearing aid services, assistive listening devices and hearing protection services. Additional services for children include central auditory processing evaluations and speech therapy.
Dr. Esse earned her doctorate at the University of Florida and her master-s in audiology from the State University of New York at Buffalo. She has a bachelor-s degree from McGill University. Born in Toronto, Canada, Dr. Esse has called Charleston home and practiced audiology in the Lowcountry for eight years. Daniel Island Hearing Center was established in 2005, with a focus on enhancing lifestyle through better hearing. Dr. Esse lives near Daniel Island with her husband and two children.
The staff includes Lori Miller, office manager; Carolyn Bullington, hearing instrument specialist; and Shirin Shariff, speech language
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