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Shey L. Mayland, M.S., CCC-A


Shey is a Wyoming native who received both her master's degree in Audiology and bachelor's degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Wyoming. ("Go Pokes!!") Prior to moving to Belgrade, Montana in 2005, Shey completed her clinical rotations at Denver Children's Hospital, Denver VA Hospital & an Ear, Nose & Throat clinic in Cheyenne, WY. In addition to working in private practice, Shey serves as the school audiologist for Eastern Madison, Gallatin and Park counties. She has a passion for helping people of all ages improve their hearing and enhancing their quality of life. Shey holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-A) from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). When not in the office, Shey enjoys spending time outside in all of Montana's beauty and is always open to taking on new adventures!

Why Choose An Audiologist?

An Audiologist has the professional expertise, training and experience needed to properly address your hearing health concerns. Audiologists undergo rigorous training through accredited programs requiring post-secondary education. Audiologists must complete clinical rotations and supervised externships prior to receiving national certification and state licensure, and they must stay current in their practices and meet ongoing continuing education requirements. 

Audiologists are the uniquely qualified primary healthcare professionals extensively trained in the medical assessment of hearing, including diagnosis, treatment, management, and monitoring of disorders of the hearing and balance systems. Their training focuses on aspects hearing loss rehabilitation and includes expertise in the fitting of hearing aids. Audiologists can identify a wide variety of pathology and underlying medical conditions of the hearing and balance systems, and they understand when it is appropriate to refer these cases for medical or surgical treatment.

If hearing aids have been recommended within the intervention treatment plan, Audiologists can readily apply their extensive knowledge and expertise in “amplification best practices,” using appropriate guidelines associated with high-caliber fitting protocols and long-term follow-up care. The best hearing aid fittings always depend upon detailed hearing evaluations and “real ear” or speech mapping measures that foster positive outcomes.

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