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Amanda Stone

located in Maricopa, AZ & San Tan Valley, AZ

About Amanda Stone

Amanda Stone is a graduate doctoral audiology resident and certified occupational hearing conservationist who is excited to serve the community of Pinal County at Priority Hearing and Tinnitus. Having a hearing loss since infancy, Amanda grew up on the other side of the testing booth. This personal experience led Amanda to become a passionate advocate for hearing healthcare and hearing conservation.

Amanda graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Speech and Hearing Science from Arizona State University. After graduating, she worked as a licensed Speech-Language Pathology Assistant in Mesa Public Schools before attending graduate school. Throughout her doctoral program, Amanda has gained experience working in a variety of settings including university clinics, ear, nose, and throat clinics, hospitals, public school districts, and industrial hearing conservation programs. She is currently in the process of completing her doctoral audiology residency and anticipates graduating from the University of Northern Colorado in May 2021 with her Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree.

Through various opportunities, Amanda has worked with a diverse patient population ranging from infants to seniors. She has gained valuable experience diagnosing and treating hearing loss, tinnitus, central auditory processing disorder, and vestibular issues. Amanda is focused on assessing the specific needs of each individual patient and helping them improve their relationships and quality of life through better hearing and communication. Her expertise and knowledge about modern hearing aids enable her to service and program all makes and models of hearing aids.

In her spare time, Amanda enjoys hiking, photography, and competing with her three dogs in various events. Her love for dogs led her to become involved with The Facility for Education and Testing of Canine Hearing & the Laboratory for Animal Bioacoustics (FETCHLAB) at the University of Northern Colorado. She is currently working on her doctoral research project that investigates the effects of head size on bone-conduction brainstem auditory evoked responses in canines.

Amanda welcomes patients who are ready to be proactive about their hearing health and those who wish to add value to their lives through better hearing at Priority Hearing and Tinnitus.

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Amanda Stone is a graduate doctoral audiology resident and certified occupational hearing conservationist who is excited to serve the community of Pinal County at Priority Hearing and Tinnitus. Having a hearing loss since infancy, Amanda grew up on the other side of the testing booth. This personal experience led Amanda to become a passionate advocate for hearing healthcare and hearing conservation.

Amanda graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Speech and Hearing Science from Arizona State University. After graduating, she worked as a licensed Speech-Language Pathology Assistant in Mesa Public Schools before attending graduate school. Throughout her doctoral program, Amanda has gained experience working in a variety of settings including university clinics, ear, nose, and throat clinics, hospitals, public school districts, and industrial hearing conservation programs. She is currently in the process of completing her doctoral audiology residency and anticipates graduating from the University of Northern Colorado in May 2021 with her Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) degree.

Through various opportunities, Amanda has worked with a diverse patient population ranging from infants to seniors. She has gained valuable experience diagnosing and treating hearing loss, tinnitus, central auditory processing disorder, and vestibular issues. Amanda is focused on assessing the specific needs of each individual patient and helping them improve their relationships and quality of life through better hearing and communication. Her expertise and knowledge about modern hearing aids enable her to service and program all makes and models of hearing aids.

In her spare time, Amanda enjoys hiking, photography, and competing with her three dogs in various events. Her love for dogs led her to become involved with The Facility for Education and Testing of Canine Hearing & the Laboratory for Animal Bioacoustics (FETCHLAB) at the University of Northern Colorado. She is currently working on her doctoral research project that investigates the effects of head size on bone-conduction brainstem auditory evoked responses in canines.

Amanda welcomes patients who are ready to be proactive about their hearing health and those who wish to add value to their lives through better hearing at Priority Hearing and Tinnitus.


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We accept most insurances. We are not contracted with AHCCCS or Medicaid. If you have any questions regarding coverage, please call our office.

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