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Dr. Joanne Conter – Audiologist Profile

Dr. Joanne Conter

Dr. Jodi Conter is originally from the Cleveland area of Ohio, but grew up in Clearwater, FL. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Disorders from Western Carolina University, Master of Science degree in Audiology from University of South Florida, and Doctor of Audiology degree from A.T. Still University. She is a Board Certified in Audiology and has been with Gardner Audiology for more than 30 years. She is married, with one daughter. She enjoys hiking, cycling, horseback riding, and cooking.

Recent Posts by Dr. Joanne Conter

  • Hearing aids can help people keep socially connected and active - MS was brought to the Zephyrhills office of Gardner Audiology by a friend and neighbor. She has longstanding moderately severe hearing loss and came with one broken hearing aid and one older, working hearing aid. Her friend commented that she was becoming socially isolated, due to her inability to communicate. MS chose to Field Study... [Read More]
  • Tinnitus treatment options in Tampa Bay, Florida - Tinnitus is the perception of sound in the ear or ears when no sound is present. It may be a ringing, buzzing, or whistling sound. It may sound like steam or crickets. Some perceive the sound to be in their ears, others feel it is in their head. Tinnitus is not a condition or disease,... [Read More]
  • Florida Vocational Rehabilitation helps a severely hearing impaired woman keep her job - I recently had a patient in the Citrus Park Tampa office of Gardner Audiology who complained of a gradual hearing loss. She has been employed for almost 2 decades at the same location and her hearing loss was causing communication difficulty on the job, as well as in her personal life. She was fearful about... [Read More]
  • Tinnitus treatment options in Tampa Bay, Florida - Tinnitus is the perception of sound in the ear or ears when no sound is present. It may be a ringing, buzzing, or whistling sound. It may sound like steam or crickets. Some perceive the sound to be in their ears, others feel it is in their head. Tinnitus is not a condition or disease,... [Read More]