Our audiologist offers a full range of diagnostic hearing evaluations, including comprehensive evaluations for people of all ages.

Missouri Delta Audiologist, Jessica Shaw, AuD partners with ear, nose and throat (ENT) specialist, Dr. George Katsantonis, as well as with doctors in family medicine, preventive medicine, internal medicine, neurology, oncology, occupational medicine, pediatrics and other specialties. With this team-based approach, Missouri Delta Audiology and allied health staff trained in caring for people with hearing loss and balance problems work together to provide exactly the care you need. Call Missouri Delta Audiology today if you are having difficulty hearing and would like to schedule an evaluation, 573-472-7134.

Where to Find Us

135 Plaza Drive, Suite 202
Sikeston, MO 63801

Meet Our Team
Jessica Shaw, AuD, CCC-A

Zachary M. Shaw, AuD, CCC-A

Office Hours
Monday-Friday 8am-12pm; 1pm-5pm

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Latest Technology

Our new audiology soundproof booth helps to eliminate surrounding or ambient noises to accurately assess and diagnose hearing loss and other hearing related disorders across the broad age spectrum. Inside of our booth is a Tympanometer which allows us to assess the status of the middle ear using pressure to assist in ruling in or our any hearing related disorders. Within the sound booth you can also find equipment for Otoacoustic Emissions (OAEs) which allows us to objectively measure inner ear responses to sounds being presented from a multitude of pitches or frequencies. Many state mandated Newborn Hearing Screening programs will incorporate this same test when assessing newborns hearing abilities and allows us to not only assess all ages but those special patients who cannot participate in a traditional hearing test. Inside of our office we also have a Verifit 2 which allows us to assess hearing aid output measures specifically to each patients ear which is important because each patient’s ear will perform acoustically different. All of these pieces are important in order to adequately measure hearing abilities in patients so that proper recommendations and referrals are being made especially when it comes to hearing aids.