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Idaho Elks Hearing and Balance Center: Ontario

We are offering curbside appointments for many types of visits. Please call to ask if this is an option for you!

Your ears affect more than your hearing and balance—they affect your quality of life. At Idaho Elks Hearing and Balance, we’re here to help. As the region's most comprehensive audiology and vestibular rehabilitation provider, we care for adults and children with services such as tinnitus testing and treatment, hearing tests, cochlear implants, hearing aid evaluation, central auditory processing disorder (CAPD) testing and treatment, and rehabilitation and support groups. We also offer comprehensive evaluation and treatment of speech and language delays and disorders resulting from hearing impairment. We'll educate and train parents, and consult with schools, when appropriate.

Hearing Aid Services
Our team works with state-of-the-art hearing aid technology to improve your hearing and your life. Our doctors of audiology will work closely with you to find the best hearing aids for your hearing loss, your listening needs, and your lifestyle. Our hearing aids can even connect to your smart phone to allow you to control them from your phone, listen to music, and significantly improve your ability to hear while on the phone. We also offer extensive follow-up services to ensure you're receiving the most benefit from your hearing aids, along with improved quality of life. 

We work hard to keep our prices as affordable as possible and take pride in being one of the most affordable options in the region. We also offer zero-interest financing to help you get the best technology appropriate for your needs. If you have trouble affording hearing aids, we can help! As a not-for-profit, we offer multiple charitable-care options.

Balance and Vestibular Services
Our balance and vestibular services include evaluations and treatment for conditions such as vertigo, light-headed dizziness, and motion sensitivity; as well as assessment and treatment for people who have disequilibrium, a history of falls, or have a fear of falling. This may include patients recovering from a stroke, joint replacement, or those with Parkinson’s disease.

Keeping You Safe and Healthy with Adjusted Service Options 

Now Offering Curbside Appointments and Downloadable Program Updates for Your Hearing Aids

COVID-19 has changed the way all of us interact with our community. Rest assured that the team at Idaho Elks Hearing and Balance is committed to caring for you in a way that protects your health and safety.

We're now offering curbside clinic appointments for a variety of services at several of our clinics. Our staff will meet you at your car to assist you with your hearing aids, so you can maintain as much social distance as possible. 

We're also able to make updates remotely to the program in your hearing aids. Please reach out to your audiologist to find out if this is an option with your hearing aids.

Please call us for more information on curbside appointments and remote hearing aid program updates.


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    Corinne Coleman, AuD received her bachelor’s degree in communication disorders from Brigham Young University and her doctorate degree in audiology from Utah State University. During her graduate work, she completed an emphasis in listening and spoken language and pediatric audiology focusing on enhancing collaboration efforts between audiologists, speech-language pathologists and deaf-education professionals in order to better facilitate the success of every child with hearing loss across the age spectrum. Her research centered on counseling behaviors in audiologists including missed opportunities and patient-centered care was published in Seminars in Hearing. Her doctoral externship in Kentucky fostered a passion for assisting pediatric populations in rural areas; she is thrilled to be able to do the same in her home state. 

    Dr. Coleman is currently a member of the advisory committee for the National Technical Resource Center for Early Hearing Detection and Intervention Programs (EDHI) to help children who are deaf or hard of hearing reach their full potential by working to improve EHDI systems of care. 

    Dr. Coleman is an Idaho native who loves spending time in nature, biking and paddle boarding. She is an avid athlete and loves playing basketball, ultimate Frisbee and competing in triathlons. 


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    Sam Peterson AuD, F-AAA earned his bachelor’s degree in zoology from Idaho State University, where he also earned his doctorate degree in audiology. He completed his doctoral externship in southern New Mexico at a private practice that specializes in diagnostic audiometric testing for adults and children, hearing aid assessment and fitting, and ear wax removal. While in graduate school, Dr. Peterson’s capstone project focused on techniques for better assessing middle ear function, to assist in more accurate identification and treatment of middle ear disorders.

    Dr. Peterson enjoys spending time with his wife and family. He is the proud father of three children, and enjoys watching football and exercising in his spare time.


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  • Audiology


    Kristie Smith, AuD has professional interests in adult and pediatric diagnostics, amplification, auditory evoked potentials, and vestibular diagnostic evaluations.

    Kristie earned her bachelor's degree in speech pathology and audiology from Idaho State University, and her doctorate in audiology from A.T. Still University.


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Considering Cochlear Implants?

Our Team Can Help

If you or your child has severe hearing loss, cochlear implants may be able to offer a sense of sound, as well as improved ability to understand speech and speak clearly. Our team will work with you to evaluate whether or not this surgery is an appropriate option.

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