Our Hearing Professionals
Meghan Abraham, Au.D.
Northern Colorado’s Premiere Audiologist
Doctor of Audiology, Meghan Abraham has been practicing in Colorado for almost twenty years. She received her doctorate from ATSU in Mesa, Arizona and her Master’s Degree in Audiology from the University of Wyoming. In 2008, Dr. Abraham was awarded the Professional Leadership Award from the Audiology Foundation of America.
Dr. Abraham is a proud member of the non-profit organization, Larimer County Hearing Aid Bank. In 2002, she spent time in Guatemala with a team of medical professionals where she provided hearing testing, hearing aids and wax removal to the people of Santa Cruz del Quiche. That same year, Dr. Abraham received specialized training in the diagnosis of vestibular (balance) disorders from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Abraham was instrumental in developing the first cochlear implant program in Fort Collins. “New hearing technology provides many diverse possibilities for all age groups. Rehabilitation programs combined with family counseling are vital to the success of improved hearing” she says.
Dr. Abraham is a fellow with the American Academy of Audiology (FAAA) and a certified member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA).
Dr. Abraham volunteers her time serving MusiCares, a non-profit division of the Grammy Foundation and the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Through her volunteer work, she educates and facilitates hearing loss prevention and the proper use of hearing protection for Colorado musicians. Dr. Abraham is a proud contributor and provider for the Hear Now Foundation.
Dan Ostergren, Au.D.
Daniel Ostergren, Au.D, is a third generation medical professional who has worked in nearly every area of audiology. He began his clinical career in Fort Collins in 1984 as a founding member of the Audiology Group. He went on to practice in educational audiology, classroom acoustics, and as an educator and lecturer in the US, Canada, and Europe. Dr. Ostergren is past president of the Colorado Academy of Audiology. In 2017, Dr. Ostergren completed a three year term on the Board of the American Academy of Audiology to return to clinical practice.