All providers at The Hearing & Balance Center of Austin maintain the highest levels of accreditation and pursue ongoing education to stay abreast of the latest trends in the medical field. Read on to learn more about our staff's experience and training.
Paige Peterson, AuD, PhD, CCC-A, FAAA, ABA
Dr. Paige Peterson
Audiologist in Austin, TXHearing & Balance Center of Austin
Director Hearing & Balance
Dr. Paige Peterson has been with our practice since 2012. She received her Audiological training from the University of Wyoming (Laramie, WY) , Univeristy of Kansas (Lawrence, KS) and University of Kansas Medical Center (Kansas City, KS). She began her career with service in the VA Health Care System (Colmery- O’Neal VAMC) in Topeka, KS and later transferred to New Mexico to serve within four Native communities. In 2010 she left government service to pursue research and network applications of direct patient care via telemedical applications. As the founder and President of Teledoc™, her research currently involves direct patient care for both adults and pediatric populations using tele-audiology as well as exploring other telemedical solutions for improving the quality of patient care.
Utilizing a tinnitus and amplification system herself, Dr. Peterson believes that the journey to better hearing does not end (...continue)
Alicia Harrington, PT, DPT
Dr. Alicia Harrington received her Doctor of Phyiscal Therapy degree from Utica College in New York. As a physical therapist, Dr. Harrington specializes in the treatment of people with neurologic and vestibular disorders. She began her career working at the balance and vestibular clinic at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medcal Center in New Hampshire. After moving to Austin, Dr. Harrington continued to work with pepole in need of balance and vestibular therapy as well as working with those who have neurologic disorders. (... continue)
Rowan Lang , MS
Rowan Lang attended the University of Tennessee (the other UT) where she graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2014 with an undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders. Rowan continues her education at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, having received her Master of Science in the summer of 2016 and expecting to graduate with her Doctorate of Audiology in May of 2018.
Being a hearing aid user herself, Rowan strives to practice patient-centered care, providing patients with the knowledge and tools they need to be self-advocates rather than victims of hearing loss. She believes that a greater quality of life can be achieved despite heaaring loss through appropriate amplification and a continuous patient-provider dialogue. Rowan also enjoys the evaluation of dizziness and vertigo and can often be found in our vestibular clinic performing videonystagmography, video head impulse, posturography, and electrocochleography evaluations.
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