Meet your team.
About Hearing at Center For Sight
Our goal is to provide the highest quality hearing care and hearing aids to our patients who already know and trust us for their vision needs.
Center For Sight was established over 30 years ago and has grown to 14 office locations across southwest Florida. Our hearing services are provided as an extension of our commitment to delivering advanced care to improve our patients’ lives.
Dr. Madeleine Berg, Au.D.
Madeleine Berg is a Florida-licensed audiologist. Dr. Berg performs comprehensive hearing evaluations, hearing loss and tinnitus counseling, speech mapping and hearing aid fittings.
Dr. Berg earned her Doctor of Audiology Degree (Au.D.) from the University of South Florida. Prior to her graduate schooling, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree, also from the University of South Florida, in communication sciences and disorders. Dr. Berg completed an audiology clerkship at the Scotch Institute of Ear, Nose & Throat in Wesley Chapel, Florida. She served as a research assistant for University of South Florida’s College of Behavioral and Community Sciences as well as the Auditory and Speech Sciences Lab. Dr. Berg studied abroad in Italy in 2016, completing an audiology and speech pathology program.
Dr. Berg grew up in Tampa, Florida. She has assisted with hearing services in her community such as performing hearing screening on newborns in the well-baby nursery and NICU, presented on hearing safety awareness to local middle school students, and served as a member of the Student Academy of Audiology and National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association (NSSLHA).
Dr. Berg enjoys spending her free time cooking, baking and being outside. She’s excited to explore all things that her new town of Venice has to offer.
Your First Appointment
The first part is an otoscopy, which involves looking in the ears to make sure there’s no ear wax or any problems with the ear canal or ear drum. If the canal is clear, we move on to an audiogram, which includes air conduction testing, bone conduction testing, and speech testing to see how your speech understanding is with repeating words. After the examination, we go over the results with you and discuss the severity of your hearing loss and its probable cause, and then we’ll make recommendations regarding treatment options.
In certain cases we may suggest hearing aids. If there’s a medical concern, we’ll recommend that you follow up with a physician. If your hearing is normal, we’ll recommend a timeframe for you to follow up with another hearing exam so we can keep an eye on your hearing.
After you arrive and are greeted by our friendly staff, we’ll bring you back for your scheduled appointment and talk to you about your hearing history, what you’ve noticed recently, and anything else that may help us understand your situation. Then we begin the evaluation and the possibility of hearing aids.