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Dr. Rachel Conter – Audiologist Profile

Rachel Conter

Dr. Rachel Conter was born in Brooksville, FL and is a graduate of University of South Florida. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences & Disorders and went on to complete her Doctor of Audiology, graduating in 2017. As part of her education, Dr. Conter completed her research project examining the relationship between hearing and cognition in older adults, an aspect of audiology she is very passionate about. Dr. Conter is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-A). Dr. Conter currently resides in Dunedin, FL with her husband and two dogs. When not at work, she enjoys boating and exploring Dunedin.

Recent Posts by Dr. Rachel Conter

  • Best Hearing Aid Center in Carillon, St. Petersburg, FL - If you are searching for an audiology clinic in Carillon, Gardner Audiology may just be the right fit for you.  Gardner Audiology is an independent audiology practice with over 30 years experience in the hearing industry.  However, just because a company has been around for a long time doesn’t guarantee they are the best choice. ... [Read More]
  • Hearing Aid Repair in Carillon - I recently saw a patient at our Carillon location in St. Petersburg, FL who came to me after being told by her previous provider her hearing aids could no longer be repaired.  After discussing it further, she stated her hearing aids were 3 years old and could not be repaired because they were no longer... [Read More]
  • Cognition and Hearing Loss Series Part 3 - Cognition Series Pt 3 The last few weeks we have discussed potential consequences of untreated hearing loss, including increased risk of dementia, falls, social isolation and depression.  A Johns Hopkins study showed participants with hearing loss tested over the course of 6 years had cognitive abilities that declined 30-40% than those with normal hearing.  They... [Read More]
  • Cognition and Hearing Loss Series Part 2 - Last week we talked about the potential consequences of untreated hearing loss.  This week we will delve into a little more detail on the relationship between untreated hearing loss and the increased risk of falling. Research performed by Frank Lin and colleagues at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine found that even with a mild... [Read More]