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I strive to work in collaboration with my patients to develop individualized, innovative, evidence-based care plans to overcome the challenges associated with their hearing and communication needs. My goal is to serve as a resource for my patients and provide them with the information, strategies, and technology necessary to take control of their hearing. Ultimately, I hope to facilitate decreased listening effort and increase engagement with friends, family, and the social activities they enjoy. I work to not only provide treatment for individuals with hearing loss and tinnitus, but arm patients with the tools required to protect their ears from further harm.
I strive to work in collaboration with my patients to develop individualized, innovative, evidence-based care plans to overcome the challenges associated with their hearing and communication needs. My…
Dr. Krista Fogltanz obtained her Doctorate of Audiology in 2020 from Rush University in Chicago, Illinois. Prior to receiving her doctorate she completed her Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire and her Associate Degree from the University of Wisconsin – Manitowoc. Dr. Fogltanz holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence awarded by the American Speech Language and Hearing Association and is American Board of Audiology Certified. She also is a certificate holder in tinnitus management through the American Board of Audiology and is an active Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology.
Dr. Fogltanz’s clinical interests include diagnostic audiological testing, amplification, aural rehabilitation, tinnitus, and hearing conservation. She believes that her patients have full control over their health care and acts as resource to present them with the most appropriate strategies to meet their needs. Hearing challenges present differently based off of each person’s unique lifestyle and circumstances and Dr. Fogltanz enjoys identifying creative solutions to provide improved hearing in all environments.
As a Manitowoc native, Dr. Fogltanz enjoys spending her time hiking local trails, camping, and walking the shoreline collecting sea glass with her family. When not at work, it is uncommon to find her without knitting needles or a crochet hook in hand, crafting hats, shawls, children’s toys, and blankets.
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Rush University - Chicago - IL - degree - (2020)
Edward J. Hines, Jr. Veterans Affairs Hospital - Hines - IL - internship - (2019-2020)