NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (January 26, 2018) – Newport-Mesa Audiology, Balance & Ear Institute (the Institute) recently hired Kelley Trapp, Au.D. as a doctor of audiology. Dr. Trapp is one of five new doctors of audiology to join the team, bringing the total audiologists to 16. The Institute diagnoses and treats the large number of people who experience dizziness, vertigo, balance disorders, hearing loss and tinnitus in Southern California and across the United States.
Dr. Trapp received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish from Amherst College and her Doctorate of Audiology from the University of Washington. Her professional areas of expertise include vestibular diagnostics, rehabilitation to improve dizziness and hearing aid fittings. She is a Fellow through AAA (FAAA) and is a member of ASHA (C-AAA).
“I’m so happy to work with other leaders in the industry and cutting-edge equipment, helping patients improve their quality of life,” said Dr. Trapp. “I was drawn to the profession because of its blend of science, technology and ability to counsel and I’m thrilled to be living out my passions.”
“Dr. Trapp is such a tremendously talented clinician,” said Dr. Pearce, Au.D., FAAA, Director of Audiology. “She brings such poise and strength to our team. Her compassion and attention to detail is noticed by colleagues and patients alike.”
About Newport-Mesa Audiology Balance & Ear Institute
Newport-Mesa Audiology Balance & Ear Institute (www.dizziland.com) is one of the country’s leading practices for the research, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with vestibular dysfunction – a leading cause of dizziness, vertigo and balance disorders. With locations in Newport Beach and Ladera Ranch, California, its team of doctors of audiology serve patients throughout Southern California and beyond, utilizing state-of-the-art technology. The Institute’s proprietary Advanced Vestibular Treatment™ (AVT) is the most comprehensive diagnostic and treatment program available, with a success rate of more than 90 percent.
Also provided are a full spectrum of audiological solutions to enhance hearing health, including adult and pediatric hearing loss evaluation, advanced hearing devices and tinnitus treatment. Since 1977, the Institute has served over 50,000 patients.
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