Dr. Meghan Mann
Dr. Meghan Mann grew up outside of Philadelphia and joined the House of Hearing in 2021 for her fourth-year residency. She received her bachelor’s degree from West Virginia University in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in Disability Studies. She also graduated from West Virginia University with her clinical Doctorate of Audiology in 2022.
Her primary interests include diagnosis and treatment of vestibular and balance disorders and electrophysiological assessment of the audio-vestibular system. She has received specialized training through the American Institute of Balance. She works closely with the ENT physicians and physical therapists to make sure each and every patient feels comfortable, well-informed, and genuinely cared for. Additionally, she performs diagnostic hearing evaluations and helps to onboard new Audiology Assistants and interns from the University of Utah and Utah State University.
Her favorite part of the job is being able to see patients get the treatment they need- whether it’s for patients with balance difficulties or those who are having trouble hearing.
In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, skiing in the winter and traveling when she can.
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