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Our Staff of Audiologists

Dr. Kerry S. Braunberger; Au. D., Audiology Doctor

Audiologist | Ogden, UT | Farr West, UT | Brigham City, UT

I started EarTech Audiology right after graduating in 1999, I knew even before I finished my Master’s degree from Utah State University that I wanted to work more with the doctor’s and medical side of Audiology in the field of balance. Having had the opportunity to learn from one of the best doctors in the nation in vestibular function, I opened a practice in Ogden, where after a few short years and working closely with Dr. Terry Clawson and several ENT’s I merged my business with that of Utah Audiology Associates and became Eartech Audiology the leading provider for hearing and balance disorders in the greater Ogden, Northern Wasatch Front Region.  I'm accomplished in many areas of Audiology due to a lifelong hearing condition which I myself have undergone a couple of surgeries to help correct; I find that with my experience and a natural drive to succeed I have a diverse portfolio that few can match. I have keen experience in clinical and medical testing and diagnostics of both pediatrics and adult comprehensive audiology.  Because of my enthusiasm for people and helping them it is easy to excel in the assisting of hearing devices for people's benefit; this includes hearing conservation, hearing protection and of course specialized hearing options for assistive T.V. and Music headphones.   I have a beautiful family and enjoy a number of outdoor activities.

Area(s) of Special Interest

  • Vestibular Testing (VNG/ENG) 
  • Specialized Testing Electrophysiologic (ABR, ASSR, OAE)
  • Hearing Aids 
  • General Audiologic Diagnostics (Adults and Pediatric) 
  • Custom earmolds for musicians, recreation
  • Hearing Conservation and Protection

Education

  • A.T. Still University-Arizona School of Health Sciences, Doctor of Audiology, 2006
  • Utah State University, Masters of Science in Audiology, 1999 
  • Utah State University, Bachelors of Arts in Communication Disorders, 1997
  • Weber State University, Bachelors of Science (Marketing/Customer Service/Sales), 1994

Professional Affiliations

  • American Board of Audiology 
  • American Academy of Audiology 
  • American Doctors of Audiology
  • Certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 
  • Certified by the American Institute of Balance in Vestibular Assessment 
  • USHA – Utah Speech Language and Hearing Association
  • VEDA – Vestibular

Dr. Terry Clawson; Au.D., Audiology Doctor

Audiologist | Ogden, UT | Farr West, UT | Brigham City, UT

Audiology has been a lifelong profession, and it has given me many years of satisfaction working with both adults and children.  Hearing is one of the most important senses that we have.  It involves how we are able to learn, and are able to communicate with others.  I worked for 35 years as the head audiologist for Davis County School District.  My emphasis was an extensive hearing screening program for all the students in the district.  This included identifying students that were at risk with hearing problems, making medical referrals, consultation with parents and teachers and helping students achieve the full benefit of their educational potential.  Educational interventions included, classroom modifications, assistance amplification devices for teachers, appropriate hearing aid fitting for students and coordination with special hard of hearing teachers who worked one on one with the student.  The other part of my professional work was in private practice.  I’ve have had the opportunity to work directly with six of the best Ear Nose and Throat medical specialists in Northern Utah.  As with the school district this included diagnostic testing, fitting of appropriate amplification, and rehabilitative consultation.  The biggest area of concern that I have become aware of in my long career is, that people do not have a good idea of how to really take good care of their hearing needs and where to go to get good solutions.  Many think that a hearing aid is just an amplifier and only makes things louder.  The technology in the newer hearing devices makes speech clearer and understandable, even in noisy background situations.  The sophisticated hearing devices of today helps the brain restore, as much as possible its normal function of hearing.  We really do not hear with our ears.  It is the brain that controls our communicative function.  The approach and devices that we use in helping people hear better has changed drastically over the last ten years.  The most appropriate solution for your hearing needs should be a Doctor of Audiology, not just someone selling hearing aids. It would be my pleasure to help you make your life better if you have hearing difficulties.

Area(s) of Special Interest

  • Specialized Testing Electrophysiologic (ABR, ASSR, OAE)
  • Hearing Aids 
  • General Audiologic Diagnostics (Adults and Pediatric) 
  • Custom earmolds for musicians, recreation
  • Hearing Conservation and Protection

Education

  • A.T. Still University-Arizona School of Health Sciences, Doctor of Audiology, 2011
  • Utah State University, Masters of Science in Audiology, 1973 
  • Utah State University, Bachelors of Arts in Communication Disorders, 1972

Professional Affiliations

  • American Board of Audiology 
  • American Academy of Audiology 
  • American Doctors of Audiology
  • Certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 
  • Certified by the American Institute of Balance in Vestibular Assessment 
  • USHA – Utah Speech Language and Hearing Association
  • Professional endorsement from Utah State Board of Education in working with the hearing impaired.
  • I have also had the opportunity to serve on college and school district boards.