Tricia M. Nechodom, AuD, is a Doctor of Audiology, skilled in all aspects of evaluation and diagnosis of hearing disorders through the lifespan. Her clinical interests include: hearing aid prescription and fitting, Cochlear implant programming, hearing conservation, pediatric diagnostics, electrophysiological hearing tests for infants and young children and newborn hearing screening program.
Tricia earned her degree at the University of Minnesota and completed her training at the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital and the University of Minnesota Medical Center. She is a certified pediatric specialist through the American Board of Audiology and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology. She belongs to the American Cochlear Implant Alliance, ND Hands & Voices and the North Dakota Hearing Society. Tricia aims to advance audiological best practice protocols and guidelines within Trinity and the state of North Dakota by actively participating in local and national continuing education, conferences, and training opportunities.
Audiology is a field of healthcare focused on the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of hearing loss and balance disorders. Audiologists are specially trained to prescribe and fit hearing aids and other assistive devices.