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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

  • Pros and Cons of Rechargeable hearing aids in Tampa Bay – Part 1 - Many patients ask Gardner Audiology Doctors about rechargeable hearing aids. Are they the right choice, and what are the pros and cons? In the past, rechargeable batteries in hearing aids were frequently unreliable, having to be replaced more often than expected. In addition, they often only had around an 8 hour charge life. Most people... [Read More]
  • What is the best style of Hearing Aid? - Hearing aids come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Best outcomes with hearing aids are not dependent on the brand of hearing aid but the style and shape of the hearing aid is very important. The hearing health professional you choose should should help you make the correct choice. What a hearing aid looks... [Read More]
  • Patient happy with new Starkey Halo hearing aids - Recently I had the pleasure of working with a patient, M.A, in our Tampa Citrus Park location. Mr. M.A. is a current patient of Gardner Audiology who was wearing 3 year old Starkey 3 Series i110 hearing aids. At one of his regular maintenance visits, he asked if there was any new technology out that... [Read More]
  • Do I need a hearing aid? - The average person waits at least seven years from the time they start noticing their hearing loss to when they seek treatment. Why is this? Many times, the person is unsure of whether or not they truly have a hearing loss, or they are not ready to admit it. Even if you are unsure, it... [Read More]