Parr’s Pro Hearing Locations
The office is located right inside the new Logan Medical Building. You can find us in Suite 3100.
800 S. Logan Blvd.
Hollidaysburg, PA 16648
The office is located behind the UPMC Bedford Memorial Hospital. Find us in Suite 3.
202 Memorial Drive
Everett, PA 15537
The office is located right inside the Fulton County Medical Center. Find us in Specialty Services.
214 Peach Orchard Road
McConnellsburg, PA 17233
MEET YOUR BOARD-CERTIFIED DOCTORS
Dr. Susan Parr, Au.D. is a Board Certified audiologist who specializes in assessing, diagnosing and treating patients with hearing and balance disorders. Hearing problems occur in every age range, from birth to geriatrics. Dr. Parr can perform a complete assessment which includes: audiometric testing, auditory processing testing and rehabilitation, tinnitus evaluations, counseling and retraining therapy, otoacoustic emission testing, industrial hearing screenings, dizziness and balance testing and therapy, hearing aids and middle ear evaluations. Dr. Parr enjoys satisfying patients who have not been happy with previously fit hearing aids by using the most advanced technology to individually custom fit the patient’s hearing loss, needs and life style.
Dr. Anna Bixler, Au.D. is a Board Certified Doctor of Audiology with a passion for hearing healthcare. She works with patients across the lifespan and is trained in all aspects of the field. She earned her Doctoral degree in Audiology from the University of Pittsburgh, a top 10 ranked graduate program for audiology. She also earned her undergraduate degree in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology from East Stroudsburg University.
Dr. Tessa Knisely, Au.D. has special interests in vestibular testing, adult diagnostics and amplification, as well as amplification utilizing iPhone connectivity. She is a member of the American Academy of Audiology and the Pennsylvania Academy of Audiology. She is originally from Claysburg, PA and is involved in multiple community organizations and events in that area. Dr. Knisely received her Doctor of Audiology from the Northeast Ohio Au.D. Consortium and a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Science and Disorders from the University of Pittsburgh.
At Parr’s Pro Hearing, you can expect
more than just hearing aids
30+ years of experience
Dr. Susan Parr has over 30 years of experience diagnosing and treating hearing, tinnitus, and balance problems.
You need more than just a hearing aid. The doctors at Parr’s Pro Hearing take the time to conduct a complete evaluation that you can actually understand.
Dr. Parr and Dr. Bixler have vast experience fitting hearing aids by using evidence-based procedures, validation, and real ear verification to ensure you recieve your best hearing possible.
State-of-the-art diagnostic equipment
Hearing is a cognitive process — it happens in the brain. At Parr’s Pro Hearing, you can expect advanced technology and diagnostic equipment to give you accurate results.
What our patients have to say
You’ll hear your best. No more nodding and pretending to understand. Save yourself lots of frustration and money and trust the best expert in this area. I recommend Parr’s Pro Hearing 100%!Steve Corbin
Dr. Parr is an expert in her field, a leader for audiologists in Pennsylvania and nationally. There is no competition; she is amazing. This is not a typical doctor’s office where you leave with more questions than answers. She will take her time with you, and you’ll leave knowing and hearing better than ever.Lucy Tence Corbin
At Parr’s Pro Hearing, you will find a full range of hearing instrument technologies from all the major hearing aid manufacturers. Hearing aids aren’t one-size-fits-all devices — that’s why we do an extensive diagnostic evaluation before selecting the device that meets your individual needs.
If you ever hear ringing, buzzing, humming, hissing, or roaring in your ears, you may be suffering from Tinnitus. This condition affects 17% of the population and 33% of seniors. We will conduct an audiological evaluation to identify co-existing hearing loss along with a Tinnitus evaluation.
Balance Problems (Vertigo)
If you suffer from balance problems or dizziness, we may be able to help. Our Videonystagmography (ENG/VNG) Vestibular Diagnostic System allows our audiologists to assess problems of balance through a battery of tests. During testing, video goggles with infrared cameras record eye movement, called nystagmus, which can reveal abnormalities in the balance system.