What is best practice audiology?
Best Practices in Audiology
What are Best Practices and why do they matter to you?
Choosing an Audiologist that follows Best Practices (like Craig T. Barth does at his clinic) is key to a life transforming hearing care experience. Treating hearing loss is complex and requires a provider who will invest the time and resources in your optimal hearing results.
Craig is one of less than 30% of hearing care providers that follows Best Practices and routinely uses Real-Ear Measures when programming hearing aids and never “guesses” the prescription.
Craig T. Barth, M.A., CCC-A, FAAA
Craig was drawn to Audiology through a curious route. His undergraduate college major was Pre-Med, with a secondary concentration in Music. He realized his own personal music appreciation cannot be fully experienced by someone with hearing impairment. (Imagine the challenges of Beethoven whose progressive hearing loss rendered him almost totally deaf!)
Soon after establishing his Private Practice, he specialized in the unique and demanding hearing needs of musicians. He continues with that sub-specialty to this day.
Music may have been what drew him to the field of Audiology, but what keeps him driven to serve is the personal gratification of seeing life-changing differences better hearing can make in peoples’ lives. Not just simply hearing "better", but to their maximum ability possible.