Collin Cordery, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology
Dr. Collin Cordery is a clinical audiologist and the founder of Freedom Audiology who hails from Cleveland, Ohio. Collin received his undergraduate degree in Audio Arts and Acoustics from Columbia College Chicago and obtained his doctorate from The University of Akron. After completing his residency, he received a Certificate of Clinical Competency from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Collin completed his doctoral training at the Cleveland Clinic, the Cleveland Veterans Affairs Medical Center, and with an otology clinic in Phoenix. He has immense experience with cochlear implants, bone-anchored implants, middle ear implants, direct-drive wideband hearing lenses, and medical-legal evaluations of hearing loss. Since 2016, he has been helping Arizona patients achieve their maximum hearing potential, specializing in hearing aids and tinnitus therapy.
When not delivering smiles to patients and their families, Dr. Cordery, a Goodyear resident, enjoys spending time with his wife and their two children. Passionate for the outdoors, he is an avid golfer and bicycle enthusiast.
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Shelley Baltodano, Au.D., CCC-A
Doctor of Audiology
Director of Audiology
Shelley Baltodano is a doctor of Audiology. She completed her clinical fellowship training at House Ear Clinic in Los Angeles, California in 1998. Dr. Baltodano has been practicing as a licensed Dispensing Audiologist in Arizona since 2000. She has completed a Doctorate in Audiology, a Masters of Science degree in Audiology and a Bachelors of Arts degree in Education.
Over the course of her audiology career, Dr. Baltodano has worked with world-renowned specialists in otology, neurotology, and neurology. She compassionately educates individuals with hearing loss on all aspects of hearing intervention via counseling, hearing aids and implantable hearing devices.
Dr. Baltodano served as liaison to several valley hospital newborn hearing screening programs, as well as developed and implemented the education and training competency program for the 50+ newborn hearing screening technicians under her management. She has contributed many years to middle ear implants and cochlear implants. Dr. Baltodano served on the Acoustic Neuroma Team at Barrow Neurological Institute and assists with the Auditory Brainstem Implant, a device used to help restore hearing in patients with Neurofibromatosis II (NFII). She is currently an Assistant Professor and Clinical Coordinator at the Arizona School of Health Sciences where she instructs future audiologists on Nursing Home and School Hearing Screening, Implantable Devices and Principles of Medical Imaging for Audiology.