Nina Nahmouli, is a licensed dispensing audiologist practicing in Los Angeles, California. She has certification in Audiology from the American Speech and Hearing Association and is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. She received her graduate degree in Communication Disorders from California State University at Northridge, California and prior to that she received her B.A. in English from the University of California at Los Angeles.
Nina has over 25 years experience in the field of audiology and hearing aid dispensing. The span of her career includes working in the Los Angeles County Hospital system, and several private-practice medical settings. During her career, Nina was a director of an audiology clinic, a mentor-lecturer to physicians and staff-audiologists in audiology practices, as well as a working audiologist providing diagnostic and rehabilitative services to patients ranging from birth to geriatric with diverse hearing disorders. Nina honed her skills in hearing care problem-solving and hearing aid fitting for adults and elderly patients with difficult to fit hearing losses over the span of her career.
The patient who suffers from “tinnitus” (ear noise), or sensitivity to loud sounds, or reduced ability to correctly identify the proper sounds even while wearing a hearing instrument, or single-sided deafness are examples of difficult to fit hearing losses that Nina has successfully treated over the span of her career.
Owing to Nina’s many years experience in diagnostic audiology she is poised to offer a comprehensive protocol and unique approach to helping you, the hearing aid consumer, make an educated, positive decision to enhance your life through the use of amplification. Whether you are a new user or an experienced user; whether you have had success or not with previous attempts to use amplification, Nina can help you!
Nina makes the hearing aid selection process with the patient’s specific hearing requirements and lifestyle in mind; educational information is presented to the patient at a pace and level that is tailored to his or her cognitive functioning; and the hearing rehabilitation process is always driven by the patient’s specific preferences. Your hearing rehabilitation process will be collaborative between you and your audiologist in a supportive, relaxed, and unhurried environment. This is what makes Nina’s practice most unique. Ample time is allotted to you the client seeking answers to your communication problems. You, the patient, your life-style needs, your personal preferences, and your diagnostic results are the emphasis in Nina’s practice.