About Sioux Falls Audiology Associates
It is our mission to help you maximize your listening potential and improve quality of life. Our multidimensional approach to hearing health care involves not only a medical component in diagnosing and monitoring hearing loss, the health of outer and middle ear, but also rehabilitative components of living with a hearing loss. Such treatments include: dispensing hearing aids and assistive devices, social and aural rehabilitation strategies, as well as noise protection, cerumen (ear wax) management, and prevention of further hearing loss.
At Sioux Falls Audiology, we want you to know that you are not alone; there is help. We specialize in treating all aspects of hearing health, and are excited about the technological advancements that allow us to improve the hearing and speech for our patients. We can also assist you in developing techniques to better communicate with loved ones, business associates and the world. We are a Veteran and family-owned business, and are committed to giving each individual the best hearing care in the greater Sioux Falls area. Our office is now accepting new patients of all ages.
Dr. Norgaard, AU.D. CCC-A, graduated with her doctoral degree in Audiology from the University of Florida in 2009 after completing her master’s and bachelor’s degrees from the University of South Dakota and Missouri State University. Her background experience includes private practice, ear nose and throat, educational, and department of Veteran Affairs.
Dr. Norgaard, launched Sioux Falls Audiology Associates with the vision to help those struggling with hearing loss to hear better. A native of Sioux Falls, Dr. Norgaard was diagnosed with hearing loss at the age of three and has worn hearing aids since. Her goal is to help each patient with his or her own unique hearing needs to find a solution that improves quality of life. She was cared for by compassionate audiologists during her youth and is dedicated to bringing that same empathy and commitment to every interaction with patients in the greater Sioux Falls area.