Terri E. Ives, Sc.D, Au.D.
Board Certified Doctor of Audiology
Dr. Ives excels in the evaluation of difficult to test patients of all ages from infant through adult populations. Difficult diagnostic cases where patients require many medical professionals to work together are an area of particular interest.
Dr. Ives has been an invited and featured speaker at over 25 national conferences in the area of dizziness. She has been featured in and written several journal articles and is currently publishing research in the areas of traumatic brain injury, hearing loss, and vestibular disorders.
Dr. Ives has served as the Chief of Audiology, Director of Diagnostics and Clinical Research Director at facilities that include Stanford Hospital, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Hearing Institute for Children and Adults, NeuroKinetics and Sound ID. She has taught doctoral students in audiology as a full time professor at Salus University. She has taught otologists, neurotologists, neurologists, audiologists, neuro-opthamologists, nurses, and physical therapists around the world how to diagnose dizzy patients.
Doctor of Science Degree
Boston University, Boston MA
Doctor of Audiology Degree
Salus University, Elkins Park, PA
Masters of Science in Audiology
Boston University, Boston MA
B.S. in Communication Disorders
Honors, Minors in Science & Psychology
Emerson College, Boston MA
Veterans Administration Hospital, Boston MA
Burton Jaffe, M.D., P.C., Chestnut Hill, MA
Vestibular Advanced Fellowship
Boston Medical Center, Boston MA
The multidisciplinary approach and its effect on the diagnosis and outcome of the dizzy patient. Boston University, 1998.
American Board of Audiology
Licensure and Certification
Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology (CCC-A), American Speech- Language-Hearing Association
Colorado License in Audiology
Current Board and Committee Positions
Chair –Measure Development And Reporting Working Group, American Academy of Audiology: representing the Academy to The National Quality Forum and the Physician Consortium for Performance Improvement
Vice President of Professional Issues, Colorado Academy of Audiology
Committee Member: Physician’s Quality Reporting Initiative Consortium
Committee Member: State Leaders Network, American Academy of Audiology
Advisory Board Member Audiology Online
Research and Presentation Review Board Member Audiology Online
American Academy of Audiology – Fellow
American Balance Society – Fellow
American Auditory Society – Fellow
Colorado Academy of Audiology – Fellow
American Speech, Language Hearing Association- member
Vestibular Disorders Association – member
13/080,981 Method and apparatus for corrective secondary saccades analysis with video oculography system. Filed April 6, 2011
20030078515 System and method for remotely calibrating a system for administering interactive hearing tests. Filed October 12, 2001.
Place of Birth
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