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Dr. Kluzynski completed her residency at the Bay Pines Veterans Hospital in St. Petersburg, Fl. The opportunity to work with a wide variety of patients throughout her residency prepared Dr. Kluzynski with the skills needed to help individuals with their hearing healthcare. As a forward-thinking and passionate individual, Dr. Kluzynski specializes in hearing evaluations, fitting of hearing devices, bone-anchored hearing devices, cerumen removal as well as tinnitus evaluations and management. By using the appropriate amplification with the latest hearing device technology, patients can experience a renewed sense of camaraderie with family and friends.
As a clinician, Dr. Kluzynski uses the latest technology for hearing evaluations as well as Real Ear Measurements to verify that the amplification selected performs at it’s best for each patient.
Dr. Kluzynski is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology, a member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association and also holds a Certificate of Clinical Competency in Audiology. In addition to her passion for Audiology, Dr. Kluzynski enjoys playing golf, spending time with her dogs and watching hockey games.
Amanda Kluzynski, Au.D., CCC-A, F-AAA
Doctor of Audiology
Caleb Sparkman, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology
Dr. Sparkman completed his residency training at the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital where he gained expert knowledge in treating hearing loss and tinnitus. After working with a private Ear Nose and Throat physician, he joined MedRx to provide quality hearing healthcare to Largo, Clearwater and St. Petersburg. He believes that the key to helping those with hearing loss is to listen to and understand his patients and address each concern individually.
MedRx Hearing Center has state of the art hearing assessment equipment that ensures each patient receives the proper diagnosis. Our hearing center uses in-the-ear verification measures when treating hearing loss to ensure that your hearing aids meet your hearing prescription.