Respected Ear, Nose, and Throat Physicians and Surgeons. Exceptional Skills.

Cutting-edge Treatments for Ear Nose, Throat, and Allergy. Snoring/Sleep Apnea, Sinusitis/Balloon Sinuplasty,
Eustachian Tube Balloon-plasty, and Tinnitus relief.

 If you are having difficulties with our patient portal, please e-mail help@healow.com  

Respected Ear, Nose, and Throat Physicians and Surgeons. Exceptional Skills.

Cutting-edge Treatments for Ear Nose, Throat, and Allergy. Snoring/Sleep Apnea, Sinusitis/Balloon Sinuplasty, Eustachian Tube Balloon-plasty, and Tinnitus relief.

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 If you are having difficulties with our patient portal, please e-mail help@healow.com  

Christina Keyser, Au.D., CCC-A | Why Did I Become an Audiologist?

I did not always know I wanted to be an Audiologist. After graduating high school, I knew I wanted to go to school for something that I found meaningful where I could help people be the best version of themselves in some way. That is how I ended up attending West Chester University for the major Communication Sciences and Disorders to become a Speech Pathologist. I found the classes about speech pathology to be interesting, but they never felt quite right. It wasn’t until my junior year of college that I took my first audiology class and realized that was what I was meant to do. I remember enjoying learning all about the ear and hearing loss. I looked forward to that class every week. From then on, I started doing all kinds of research into Audiology. I shadowed a few Audiologists to see what it would be like to work as an Audiologist. I loved every second of it, so I applied to grad school so I could become a doctor of Audiology.

Grad school was very challenging but also very rewarding. It taught me all the necessary skills to become a successful and compassionate Audiologist. The first time I started seeing patients in our school clinic, I knew I had made the right decision. Even after graduating and starting my career as an Audiologist, I still greatly enjoy working closely with patients to help them hear better in all aspects of their lives, whether it be hearing their grandchildren or just hearing their boss, I want to help them become the best version of themselves.