(LUTZ, FL)—Dr. Judith L. Reese recently attended a conference in St. Joseph, Michigan for hearing professionals from around the country and Canada, with presentations focused on improving hearing aid patients’ experience with the ever-improving technological developments in hearing devices.

“Every day, millions of people rely on their hearing devices to keep them connected with their families, their friends and their co-workers.”  Dr. Reese explained on her return.  “Knowing how the best hearing professionals focus on their patient’s needs help us raise the level of excellence in hearing care in the Tampa Bay region.”

Dr. Reese joined peers from throughout North America to hear Dr. Gyl Kasewurm of Professional Hearing Services share industry developments and best practices related to new technology as well as quality consumer education that made Dr. Kasewurm’s practice a leader and innovative clinic respected by manufacturers and consumers. 

 “Hearing devices nowadays are the most complicated and sophisticated consumer electronics item that a person can buy,” Dr. Reese explains.  “The best way to ensure that devices are working optimally for the consumer is to make the ideal match of individual need, specific hearing impairments, with the right technology and ongoing professional adjustments.”

Dr. Reese’s own clinic, JC Audiology in Lutz, Fl, is an innovative practice as well.  Dr. Reese opened the practice in 2005, and it was the first female-owned private practice audiology company in the greater Tampa area. Since then she has treated about 2,500 patients, and opened her Tampa Bay Hearing Aid Hospital, which services on average more than 125 hearing devices every month.

During the Month of June, Dr. Reese and her colleague, Dr. Jennifer Steed, are conducting free hearing screenings for adults on Fridays.  Those interested in a hearing check can call (813) 949-1331 to schedule an appointment.