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David L. Mize, Au.d.
David Mize received his training in audiology at the University of Mississippi receiving his under graduate degree in Education and a Master’s degree in Audiology. He completed his formal education at the University of Florida with a Doctorate in Audiology. In 1980, Nash General Hospital recruited David for a position in the Speech and Hearing Department. At Nash, David was instrumental in starting a hearing aid dispensing program, which was the first in the State to be housed in a hospital setting, giving the people of Rocky Mount an alternative way of purchasing hearing aids. In 1988, David left Nash General and founded Carolina Audiology Associates, Inc. At Carolina Audiology, he continues to use the newest, most advance technology to assess and rehabilitate patients with hearing and vestibular problems. He is an affiliate of the American Institute of Balance and is certified in both assessment and rehabilitation of balance problems, a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and a Fellow of the North Carolina Academy of Hearing Rehabilitation.
m. catherine Keeter, au.d.
M. Catherine Keeter is originally from New York. She received her undergraduate Degree in Communication Disorders from Marywood College in Scranton, PA. She moved to North Carolina to attend UNC-Chapel Hill where she completed a Master’s of Science in Audiology. She was awarded a Doctorate in Audiology from AT Still University of Health Sciences in Arizona. Kaye joined Carolina Audiology in 1990. She specializes in hearing assessment and rehabilitation, industrial Audiology as well as newborn hearing assessment. She is Fellow of the North Carolina Academy of Hearing Rehabilitation.
What is an Audiologist?
An audiologist is an individual who evaluates, diagnoses, treats and manages hearing loss and balance disorders. The majority of hearing loss and balance disorders cannot be treated with medicines or surgery but can be treated by an Audiologist. Types of treatment can include hearing rehabilitation such as counseling, education, auditory training, hearing aids and assistive listening devices and vestibular rehabilitation for balance disorders. Audiologists receive extensive education in hearing and balance disorders earning the doctoral degree designated by the initials Au.D. Doctors Keeter and Mize use an evidenced based protocol to correctly diagnose and treat hearing and vestibular disorders to ensure the patient receives the highest level of care.