clinician

Tiffany Shelton

Audiologist
Hearing and Balance
George S. & Dolores Doré Eccles Applied Neuroscience Clinic

 

Bio

Tiffany is a licensed audiologist in the states of Utah and Idaho with her doctorate degree in audiology from AT Still University, Arizona College of Health Sciences. At the Sorensen Center, she primarily serves as a supervisor to graduate students and provides direct services to patients in the Hearing and Balance Clinic.

Tiffany is passionate about hearing and balance health and provides services through a patient-centered care approach, offering her patients knowledge to facilitate communication and  improve their overall quality of life. She has been an audiologist for over 25 years, working  in multiple clinical settings, including private practice, medical clinics, and universities. She provides multiple audiology evaluation services, including hearing diagnostics, site-of-lesion testing, tinnitus evaluation and rehabilitation, auditory processing evaluations and education, and balance evaluations. Hearing rehabilitation is also provided through the fitting of digital devices, and accessories.  In addition, she provides options for hearing protection by furnishing custom earmolds, earbuds, swim and sleep plugs. She strongly believes that education and a collaborative approach between patient and provider is the key to understanding how to address and improve hearing and overcome balance challenges.  In her free time Tiffany enjoys gardening, mystery movies with popcorn, and playing all sorts of games with her family.

Credentials/Licensure

  • Licensed audiologist
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A)
  • Patient Center Care (PCC) certified via the IDA Institute

Education and Training

  • AuD in Audiology, AT Still University, Arizona School of Health Sciences
  • MS in Audiology, Utah State University
  • BS in Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education, Utah State University

Schedule an Appointment

Hearing and Balance

Phone 435-797-1374
email sorensonhearingandbalance@usu.edu