Ear, Nose & Throat Specialists
Arizona School of Health Sciences
American Board of Audiology
Certificate of Clinical Competence - ASHA
Fellow of the American Academy of Audiology
Cheryl is an audiologist who enjoys working with people of all ages to improve communication through better hearing. "My practice focuses on a patient centered approach to provide the best possible solution to my patients’ unique listening needs using the latest state of the art technology."
Cheryl has a professional focus on the evaluation of hearing of both children and adults. She especially enjoys working with patients that can benefit from auditory rehabilitation through the use of current technology in hearing instrumentation and wireless communication devices that best fit their needs.
Outside of the clinic, Cheryl enjoys reading, working in her flower beds, and water skiing. "I am very involved in organized water skiing at the national level, including serving on several committees for the National Show Ski Association and working as a senior rated judge and scorer at water ski show tournaments around the country."
The otolaryngologists at Fort HealthCare Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists clinics focus on the diagnosis, treatment and management of conditions of the ear, nose, sinuses, larynx, upper respiratory tract and neck.
At Fort HealthCare Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists, you’ll have access to high quality specialists and surgeons who will manage and treat your concern with the utmost care and expertise. Our specialists also provide allergy testing and immunotherapy treatment as a part of their comprehensive care services.
The staff at Ear, Nose and Throat Specialists is expert at the evaluation and care of head and neck conditions in both adult and pediatric patients. If you have questions or a physical concern, you can trust our doctors to listen and provide an answer based on considerable experience. Trust us to provide expert care of:
Audiology & Hearing Aid Services
Head and Neck Surgery
Nasal & Sinus Conditions
Reconstructive Plastic Surgery
Sleep Apnea and Snoring
Allergy is a physiological reaction caused when the immune system mistakenly identifies a normally harmless substance as damaging to the body. Normally, the human body defends itself against harmful substances, such as viruses or bacteria, but sometimes the defenses aggressively attack usually innocuous substances, such as dust, mold, or pollen.
Although hundreds of ordinary substances could trigger allergic reactions, the most common triggers-called allergens-include:
Household dust, dust mites and their waste
Animal protein (dander, urine, oil from skin)
In a person with allergies, the immune system is oversensitive. When it recognizes an allergen, it releases chemicals such as histamines that fight off the allergen. Allergic rhinitis, hay fever, coughing and sneezing can all cause serious problems in the ears, mouth, nose and throat. Doctors William Hofmann, Michael Anderson and David Rowe can care for allergy sufferers of all ages by providing allergy evaluations, testing and immunotherapy (both injection therapy and sublingual therapy).
Hearing loss is the third most common health condition in the United States, and more than 31 million Americans have some type of hearing problem. Audiologist Cheryl Kinney uses the latest technology to determine the type and degree, if any, of your hearing loss. She can assist with individualized hearing aid fitting, recreational and occupational ear molds, and hearing aid repairs.
Schedule an appointment to get you, or your child, fitted for Custom Swim Earplugs and prevent painful "swimmer's ear."