Dr. Elyssa Washburn, Au.D., graduated from University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences with a Doctorate of Audiology, and was the recipient of the Student Clinician of the Year award within her 2014 graduating class. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from Harding University in Arkansas with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Sciences & Disorders in 2010.
Dr. Washburn is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA), holds certification through the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA), and is licensed in the State of Texas as a clinical and dispensing audiologist.
Prior to her current position, Dr. Washburn gained clinical experience at Arkansas Hearing Solutions, Arkansas Otolaryngology Center – Maumelle, Searcy Audiologic Services, University of Arkansas – Little Rock Clinic, Arkansas Children's Hospital, and Physicians' Hearing Services in Southern California. She has also made contributions to the field of Audiology through qualitative research and by volunteering her services at several community and special population outreach programs, including church hearing screenings, community and senior health fairs, the Arkansas Special Olympics, and the NBRPA 2017 health & wellness conference.
Her professional interests include hearing conservation, adult and pediatric hearing, tinnitus and balance assessments, hearing device technology and verification, and assistive listening devices.
Dr. Jenna Conlin, Au.D., is a licensed clinical Audiologist in Grapevine, Texas. After completing her Bachelor of Arts in Speech Pathology & Audiology with honors, Jenna graduated from the University of North Texas with her Doctorate in Audiology. She received her postdoctoral training with the Department of Veteran Affairs and in private practice.
Jenna is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA) and holds certification through the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA).
As a musician living with misophonia and tinnitus throughout her life, Jenna found her passion in audiology by combining personal experience with her interest in acoustical engineering, signal processing, and the impact of auditory challenges. Colleagues and patients frequently remark on her extraordinary empathy, honesty, and her love of patients. She enjoys finding personalized solutions for even the most difficult challenges, while keeping her patient comfortable and informed throughout the process.
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