Comprehensive care for your hearing health needs.

Wyoming Otolaryngology Audiology;

Better hearing. Better health. Better life.

At Wyoming Otolaryngology Audiology we provide opportunities to improve your quality of life.


Your hearing health partner.

For everyone, at every age.

Ears are your window to the world. Problems with your hearing can affect your ability to communicate, work, and enjoy life or a child’s ability to develop spoken language. We specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic ear infections, hearing loss, and other disorders of the ear, and treat adults and children of all ages.

Why See An Audiologist?

Audiologists are specially trained in the prevention, identification, assessment and non-medical treatment of hearing disorders. They are required to complete fulltime internships and pass rigorous national competency examinations. Audiologists are licensed and certified by the Wyoming State Board of Examiners. They are required by the state of Wyoming and Audiology governing boards to maintain annual continuing education, including course work in professional ethics, for the length of their career. By virtue of their graduate education and licensure, audiologists are the most qualified professionals to perform hearing evaluations and rehabilitative services.


What Makes Wyoming Otolaryngology Unique?
When you make your appointment with Wyoming Otolaryngology you see both sides of the practice for hearing and medical evaluations to obtain thorough knowledge of function and systems within a team approach. You will receive the information on the same day. We work closely with your medical practitioners to providing you with the most comprehensive specialized care for you.


The appointments include, yet, may not be limited to:
• Comprehensive evaluation of hearing and physical function of the ear and hearing
• Explanation of your test results
• Recommendations and solutions for your unique situation
• See the medical provider for expert specialty physical exam, diagnosis, and other tests as needed


Topics of Interest & Common Symptoms:
• Signs of hearing loss
• Impact of Untreated Hearing loss
• The Right Choice in Hearing Devices (Aids) for YOU
• Tinnitus-ringing in the Ears
• Hearing Loss Prevention

Unique solutions for you.

Hearing Instruments and Assistive Listening Devices are available at Wyoming Otolaryngology that fit every lifestyle and budget, including in-the-ear, behind-the-ear, and receiver-in-the-ear styles.

Take control of your hearing.

Let’s start the conversation.

Would you like a hearing screening? We provide personal consultations.

What is Audiology?

Audiology is the branch of science focused with the sense
of hearing and balance. An audiologist is a professional who specializes in evaluating and treating patients with hearing and balance disorders. The audiologists at Wyoming Otolaryngology have completed their AuD., Doctor of Audiology.