Doctor of Audiology – May 2013, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK
Bachelor Degree –May 2009, Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS
Whitney Woods, Au.D. joined OKLAHOMA HEARING CENTER in May, 2016. She performs hearing loss evaluations and balance disorders through comprehensive audiologic evaluations, immittance testing, otoacoustic emission testing, hearing aid and osseointergrated device evaluations and fittings, hearing aid validation measures, and videonystagmography testing. Dr. Woods has compassion for her patients and always makes it her goal to maximize positive outcomes for each patient. She feels like extensive counseling in finding the best hearing loss technology for each patient is her passion in the field of audiology.
Prior to joining the Oklahoma Hearing Center, Dr. Woods, worked at another Oklahoma City clinic, as a clinical Audiologist performing comprehensive pediatric and adult evaluations.
Dr. Woods earned her Doctorate in Audiology in May, 2013 from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In addition to her course work, she completed a full-year of externship at various clinics throughout the Oklahoma City metro area, which gave her well-rounded experience in the field of audiology.
While being raised in Hays, Kansas and a graduate of Fort Hays State University, Whitney married Dr. Adam C. Woods, a Norman Chiropractor. The Woods’ enjoy spending time with their son and German shepherd, Bella. Whitney enjoys participating in sand and indoor volleyball as well as many other outdoor activities.
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During the last year or so, I consistently experienced a sense of fullness in my left ear. When I’d lie down to sleep at night, there would be a subtle kind of rhythm always present, but if I raised my head from the pillow, there was no external sound. Over the years I’ve often cupped my ear to hear better in a crowded, noisy restaurant or watching theater productions and film, but thought nothing of it…