Myles Marion is an Audiology Doctoral Resident at our Lutherville-Timonium, MD hearing center. Myles is a Doctor of Audiology student at Towson University and earned a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Florida State University. While completing his graduate degree, Myles completed a thesis project titled “Validating Android-based Audiogram Applications” and worked for Housing & Residence Life as a Graduate Assistant.
Prior to joining Live Better Hearing + Balance, Myles served as a Student Clinician at the Maryland School for the Deaf, CADENT The Feldman Hearing Studios, Hearing Wellness Center, and Hearing Assessment Center. Myles is passionate about the field of audiology and American sign language. Myles will continuously work to gain perspective through clinical experiences in the field of audiology. In his spare time, Myles enjoys translating songs into sign language, singing, and listening to music.
Available to see patients of all ages, from infants to older adults
Hearing aids (all makes and models)
Real-Ear verification, reprogramming and repair of current hearing aids
Diagnostic hearing testing including: OAES & Immittance
Electro-physiology testing ABR, EcochG, and cVEMP
Balance testing (VNG and Epley)
Au.D., Towson University (expected 2024)
B.S., Communication Sciences and Disorders, Florida State University
Proficient in American Sign Language