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Audiology Associates - 1629 York Road, Lutherville, MD 21093

Audiology Associates – (Lutherville)

1629 York RoadLutherville, MD 21093

(Monday to Friday: 9:00am – 5:00pm)

(443) 578-3900

We are located in the Maryland Nose and Sinus Center. Across the street from the Heritage Dealership on York Road. Dr. Candace G. Robinson provides comprehensive audiologic assessments, vestibular evaluations, tinnitus assessments, as well as hearing aid fittings. Please contact our office today to schedule an appointment with Dr. Robinson, and improve your quality of life through better hearing and balance!

Our practice provides the most comprehensive audiologic care that is performed anywhere in the United States.

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Please call (443) 578-3900 to schedule an appointment today!

Melissa Segev, Au.D. , F.A.A.A.
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Dr. Segev is the co-owner of Audiology Associates and is a Maryland native who grew up in Baltimore. She received her undergraduate degree from Towson University and her clinical doctorate in Audiology (Au.D.) from the University of Pittsburgh. Her academic awards include the University of Pittsburgh School of Health and Rehabilitation Emeritus Award, Ann Pascasio Award, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Audiology Student Scholarship. She currently serves as President of the Maryland Academy of Audiology and is currently a fellow member of the American Academy of Audiology and the Academy of Doctors of Audiology.  She has given talks at national conventions on hearing loss and the best ways to manage patient care.  Dr. Segev specialize in the programing and fitting of hearing aids as well as balance disorders.  Dr. Segev believes that early treatment of hearing problems can greatly improve quality of life for the entire family, not just the individual. When not at work, Dr. Segev can be found with her two young sons, husband, and goldendoodle in the Annapolis area.

Candace G. Robinson, Au.D.
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Candace G. Robinson, Au.D. is the Director of Audiology for our practice. She earned her Doctorate of Audiology (Au.D.) from University of Florida. She earned her Master of Science (M.S.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Communication Sciences and Disorders, from Towson University. She has been providing clinical audiology and hearing aid services for over twenty years to children and adults of all ages. Since 2001, she has provided clinical training for many audiology graduate students. From 2008-2014, she served as the clinical director for the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) program at Towson University and taught various audiology courses, where she also currently teaches Practice Management. She also co-authored and published “Development of a formative and summative assessment system for Au.D. Education,” in June of 2013, in the American Journal of Audiology. She is passionate about using best, evidence-based practices to provide excellent patient care, while individualizing treatment that is tailored to each patient’s personal communication goals. She currently serves on the Maryland Board of Examiners for Audiologists, Speech-Language Pathologists and Hearing Aid Dispensers. She is certified by the American Speech, Language & Hearing Association (ASHA). She is also a fellow member of the American Academy of Audiology (AAA), the Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA), and the Maryland Academy of Audiology (MAA). Outside of audiology, she spends her time with her precious children, husband and many adopted pets. She is also a basketball, baseball, soccer and football fan!

Danielle Ross, PCC
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Danielle joined AAI in July of 2018, and has worked in the medical field for over 6 years. She grew up in Havre de Grace and now resides on the Susquehanna River in Conowingo. Danielle is strongly passionate about patient connections and providing a welcoming atmosphere. She enjoys hiking with her boyfriend, spending time with her dogs, cooking, and photography.

Services we offer at this location:

  • Evaluation of infants through older children and adults.
  • Comprehensive hearing evaluation that may include:
    • Test that measures recognition of speech in background noise.
    • Measurement of specialized function in the inner ear.
    • Test of eardrum movement, middle ear pressure, middle ear reflex.
  • Evaluation of tinnitus (e.g., ringing or noises in the ears).
  • Hearing aid evaluation – expert review of hearing aid options relative to communication needs and hearing loss.
  • Thorough orientation and counseling for beneficial hearing aid use.
  • Computerized measurement of individual hearing aid performance.
  • Hearing aid cleaning, maintenance and repairs.
  • Hearing aid batteries and chargers. Assistive listening devices.
  • Swim molds, hearing protection devices, impressions for musician monitors.
  • Evaluation of infants through older children and adults.
  • Vestibular Assessment: Evaluation of dizziness and/or imbalance. Recommendations for vestibular rehabilitation therapy and treatment.

Maryland's First Audiology Practice

Phone: (410) 944-3100

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