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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

  • OPN S Review – The Newest Hearing Aid from Oticon! - Oticon recently released their newest hearing aid, the Oticon OPN S! An updated version of their popular OPN that was launched in 2016, the OPN S will have several improvements over its predecessor. One of the biggest improvements in the OPN S is related to their rechargeability options. The OPN S rechargeable hearing aid now... [Read More]
  • Tampa Bay Hearing Doctor Shares The Truth About Hearing Loss! - Many patients come to Gardner Audiology in Tampa Bay, FL with misconceptions about hearing loss and hearing aids.  Research and technology regarding hearing has dramatically changed, even in the last 10 years.  We thought we’d take some time to clear up some common misconceptions!   Hearing loss only happens to the elderly. FALSE!  Hearing loss can happen... [Read More]
  • Tinnitus Sound Therapy in Tampa Bay, FL - It is estimated nearly 15% of the population experiences some form of tinnitus. Tinnitus is typically defined as a perception of noise or ringing in the ears that the individual hears, and others do not. It varies greatly depending on the individual. Some people describe it as ringing, whooshing, cicadas, crickets, or an electrical hum,... [Read More]
  • Cuales son los signos de su perdida de audicion? - No esta seguro si necesita un audifono? No estas seguro por donde empezar? Para muchas personas, la perdida de audicion ocurre gradualmente. Puede ser facil no darse cuenta de que tiene diffcultades para escuchar. Aqui hay algunos informes comunes que recibimos de pacientes a los que no se les ha realizado la prueba de audicion... [Read More]