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Dr. Ashley Chwastyk graduated with degrees in both Communication and Sociology and a minor in Hearing & Speech Sciences from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2012.
She earned her doctorate of audiology (AuD) from the joint program between the University of California, San Diego and San Diego State University in 2017, and she completed her doctoral externship at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
Her strong appreciation for music led her to focus her doctoral research on improving music enjoyment for patients with significant hearing loss. These experiences gave her a deep compassion for people with hearing impairment, and she now uses her broad expertise with evidence-based audiometric practices to provide the best amplification available to people of all ages.
When not in the clinic, Dr. Chwastyk is usually off on an outdoor adventure either backpacking, windsurfing, off-roading, or hiking.
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