NEWPORT BEACH AUDIOLOGY, BALANCE AND EAR INSTITUTE HIRES NEW DOCTOR OF AUDIOLOGY

July 17, 2012

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (July 17, 2012) – Newport-Mesa Audiology, Balance and Ear Institute (the Institute) announced today the practice has hired Ashley Beko, Au.D. as a doctor of audiology. Dr. Beko received her Bachelor of Science degree in Speech and Hearing Science from University of Arizona in 2007 and graduated from A.T. Still University in 2011 with a doctorate in audiology.   Dr. Beko will conduct diagnostic evaluations of patients with balance difficulties/problems and hearing loss, as well as perform vestibular diagnostic and rehabilitation treatment.

“It is such a great opportunity for me to diagnose and treat patients with balance disorders and hearing loss at such a state-of-the-art facility,” said Dr. Beko. “I am very excited to further my career doing what many audiologists never have a chance to with the latest techniques and best equipment in the country.”

Prior to her position at the Institute, Dr. Beko completed an externship with a focus on pediatrics at Providence Speech and Hearing Center in the City of Orange and then worked at House Clinic in Los Angeles.

Dr. Beko is an active volunteer at childhood health and hearing screenings and is a member of the American Academy of Audiology. She joins a team of 10 doctors of audiology who treat the large number of people who experience dizziness, vertigo, balance disorders, hearing loss and tinnitus in Southern California and across the United States.

Newport-Mesa Audiology Balance and Ear Institute (www.dizziland.com) is one of the country’s leading institutes for the research, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of patients with dizziness, vertigo and balance disorders. A team of doctors of audiology work with state-of-the-art technology in the areas of vestibular diagnosis and rehabilitation. The Institute is also one of the nation’s most well-equipped audiological facilities, serving an ever-growing number of adult, teen and pediatric hearing loss cases. The Institute receives referrals from a broad network of physicians including neurologists, otolaryngologists, internal medicine, cardiologists and family physicians.