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​​​“​​I enjoy making a big difference in someone’s life, often from an early age.​​”

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Deborah Grall is an audiologist who enjoys helping people at any age with hearing loss, often as part of a team of specialists.​​

​​“I like working with a variety of ages and situations,” she said. “When making a diagnosis, I make sure that I dig deep into the problem and treat the patient as an individual. You can often have two people with the same diagnosis who appear completely different. I try to never think I know what’s wrong until I look at the patient as a whole.”

She has a special interest in evoked potentials, tests used to estimate hearing sensitivity and to identify neurological ​​abnormalities of the auditory nerve and the auditory pathway up through the brainstem.

​​Grall grew up in the Milwaukee area, earned her master’s degree in audiology at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, and earned her doctor of audiology at Penn College of Optometry in Pennsylvania. She most recently was director of clinical services at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Prior to that she served in positions at other health care centers in Milwaukee and Racine.

​​Grall describes herself as “a huge Green Bay Packers fan” whose family has season tickets. She and her husband Brian, a stay-at-home dad, have two young daughters.​

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