Owner of Hearing Zone
Dr. Kelley Olenick, Au.D. earned a bachelors degree in Communication Science at the University of MN, She earned a Masters of Science degree in Audiology from Idaho State University, and a clinical Doctorate degree in Audiology from AZ School of Health Professions. Kelley Olenick is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association. She has served on the Idaho State licensing board for Audiology and is adjunct faculty at ISU where she has taught Audiology coursework, performed clinical hearing and balance testing and supervised Audiology graduate students.
Dr. Olenick has more than 25 years experience in the Medical Treatment of hearing loss. She uses neuro- technology to help her patients with fall prevention and to reduce the effect of hearing loss on cognitive decline, memory loss, diabetes, and heart disease. According to Dr. Olenick, “Individuals with mild hearing loss have a 200% higher risk of developing dementia; therefore, it’s important to me that each patient who enters Hearing Zone is provided the most advanced medical treatment.”
“Treating hearing loss is the #1 most modifiable factor in the prevention of dementia.” In order to accomplish this, Dr. Olenick insists that she and her staff train extensively to keep abreast of cutting edge research and treatment technology.