Rebecca Brashears, Au.D., CCC-A
Doctor of Audiology
Dr. Brashears is a Licensed Audiologist who received her Clinical Doctor of Audiology degree from Ohio University in 2007. She currently maintains her Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology through the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and is an active member of the West Virginia Audiology Association. Previously, she has had the opportunity to practice in private, medical, and academic settings.
Dr. Brashears specializes in providing advanced hearing aid technology and accessories, aural rehabilitation, and hearing protection to patients of all ages. She is dedicated to providing the best hearing healthcare to patients and their families in the Huntington and surrounding areas. Dr. Brashears is devoted to improving the quality of patients’ lives through better hearing.
Outside of the office Dr. Brashears enjoys spending time at their country home with her daughter, husband, and pets.
Love this place....was a little scared when I went in...not sure what they would say or if there was anything they could do...tested my hearing and gave me some excellent news and information....will be going backTracey Mill, on Google
Took my Father in Law for a hearing appointment. The staff was courteous, helpful and knowledgeable. Really sweet people. I liked this place.aPaula Black, on Google
Not to go into too much detail I purchased my hearing aids from a different provider and was going through the process of adjustments and was getting very frustrated when I met Dr. Rebecca Brashears. The most wonderful thing about Rebecca is she doesn't just fit or adjust your hearing...Marty Poe, on Google
This review is from my grandmother Paula Peyton: "I am very very pleased with my experience. I absolutely love my hearing aid from Starkey. The service and care that I got from Dr. Brashears was outstanding. She is a phenomenal woman and cares so deeply about her patients. I would...Sarah Smith, on Google
I had been having difficulty with my hearing for many years but was too vain, skeptical and sure I couldn’t afford them to do anything about the problem. I thought that as long as I could “manage” that everything would be ok. Turns out I was wrong on all counts....ann newberry, on Google