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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

  • Phonak Launches New CROS Paradise! - For patients with single-sided deafness, or significantly more hearing loss in one ear than the other, a CROS hearing aid system may be recommended.  A CROS picks up sound from the poorer ear, and transmits it wirelessly to be heard through a hearing aid in the better ear.  Phonak has always been a leading manufacturer in CROS... [Read More]
  • Review of Phonak Audeo P30 vs P50 - The Phonak Paradise hearing aid line was launched in several different levels of technology, the P30, P50, P70 and P90.  This blog will focus on the differences between the Phonak Audeo P30 and the P50.  Both of these devices are receiver-in-canal hearing aids, meaning a small piece sits behind the ear, with a thin wire that runs into the... [Read More]
  • Real Ear Measurements Verify Hearing Aid Benefits - How a hearing aid is programmed can dramatically impact your success.  Hearing aid manufacturers use an averaged ‘guestimate’ of what your hearing aid should be set at based on your hearing loss. Many factors can influence this average, including the size and shape of your ear canal and how the hearing aid fits in your ear.  Real ear... [Read More]
  • Audiologist Reviews Signia 1x Hearing Aid - The Signia 1x Pure 312 RIC is an entry level, over the ear style hearing aid with a thin tube that runs down into the ear.  It has become a more popular option for patients with certain health insurance plans who have this device covered with no out of pocket.    One advantage to this device is the Bluetooth technology, allowing... [Read More]