Dr. Chris Curtis joined Rocky Mountain Hearing & Balance with a broad range of both academic and practical experience. He earned his bachelor’s and doctorate degrees from Utah State University. He is excited about the improvements made in hearing device/amplification and is passionate about helping his patients find the right technology to help them enjoy life. He looks forward to helping each patient who walks through the door. He works professionally with several local physicians to provide a full range of diagnostic testing including videonystagmography (VNG) testing, vestibular evoked myogenic potential (VEMP) testing, and electrocochleography (ECochG) testing. Dr. Curtis enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife and three adorable children.
Dr. Karyn Storey is a Utah native and obtained her Doctorate in Audiology from Utah State University where she was given many unique opportunities including presenting research in Oxford England and participating in humanitarian service in Ghana, El Salvador, and Mexico. She comes to Rocky Mountain with experience in hearing aids and balance assessment at several local ENT clinics. She has also worked with the National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management to improve follow up for newborn hearing testing in the state of Utah. Karyn understands how hearing loss and dizziness can affect family relationships and work productivity, and she knows the importance of compassion and integrity in dealing with these difficult health issues. Whenever she can, she loves to spend time with her husband and 3 children and is thrilled about her first grandchild that was born last year.