Central Florida Audiology & Hearing

  • 1601 Park Center Drive, Suite 8
    Orlando, FL 32835
  • 2828 Casa Aloma Way, Suite 300
    Winter Park, FL 32792

407-413-5680

About Us

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Dr. Condill has been serving the Central Florida community for over 10 years. Helping those with communication difficulties is very personal to him. As a child he developed a stutter which, through speech therapy and strong family support, he was able to overcome. As a result, he has developed tremendous empathy for those with communication issues. Dr. Condill first moved to Central Florida 20 years ago to attend the University of Central Florida. He obtained a Bachelor's degree in Business but felt unfilled in that capacity. He decided to enroll in the Communicative Disorders program at Central Florida, a short time later. While enrolled, he was fortunate to have the opportunity to spend a semester abroad at City University in London where he worked alongside ENTs and speech pathologists in the diagnosis and treatment of swallowing disorders. Following graduation he responded to an advertisement for an Audiologist position at a large ENT group in Central Florida. Although he was not an Audiologist at that time, he was fascinated by the field and wanted to learn more. He was hired on as an assistant in the Audiology department for the next year where he had the opportunity to test patients and observe Audiologists providing hearing healthcare to those in need. The impact was immediate and he knew, then, that his career path was certain. At that time he also learned he had a hearing loss in the right ear. He had no idea and thought everyone had trouble hearing in noise! The following year he enrolled at the University of South Florida, one of the top Audiology programs in the country.

After graduation, he worked with another large ENT group in Central Florida. There, he saw a variety of patients and medical conditions related to hearing and balance and was an integral part in the diagnosis and treatment of many of these conditions. Dr. Condill also works nights and weekends at the local VA as an examiner for Veterans who are pursuing service connected conditions related to their military service; providing evaluations and medical opinions. Having a father who is a veteran of the Vietnam War and a brother who is a veteran of the Gulf War, it is a personal mission to also help the Veteran population. If you have a problem with your hearing or if you already invested in hearing aids that do not seem to work as you hoped, Dr. Condill takes great pride in offering his wealth of knowledge and experience in providing the best hearing experience possible whether it is with your current hearing aids or new devices.

Dr. Condill has been serving the Central Florida community for over 9 years. In his career he has performed nearly 2000 hearing aid fittings. Helping those with communication difficulties is very personal to him. As a child he developed a stutter which, through speech therapy and strong family support, he was able to overcome. As a result, he has developed tremendous empathy for those with communication issues. Dr. Condill first moved to Central Florida 20 years ago to attend the University of Central Florida. He obtained a Bachelor's degree in business but felt there was more he could do. He decided to enroll in the Communicative Disorders program at Central Florida a short time later. While enrolled, he was fortunate to have the opportunity to spend a semester abroad at City University in London where he worked alongside ENTs and speech pathologists in the diagnosis and treatment of swallowing disorders. Following graduation he responded to an advertisement for an Audiologist position at a large ENT group in Central Florida. Although he was not an Audiologist at that time, he was fascinated by the field and wanted to learn more. He was hired on as an assistant in the Audiology department for the next year where he had the opportunity to test patients and observe Audiologists providing hearing healthcare to those in need. The impact was immediate and he knew, then, his career path was certain. At that time he also learned he had a hearing loss in the right ear. He had no idea and thought everyone had trouble hearing in noise! The following year he enrolled at the University of South Florida, one of the top Audiology programs in the country. After graduation, he worked with another large ENT group in Central Florida. There, he saw a variety of patients and medical conditions related to hearing and balance and was an integral part in the diagnosis and treatment of many of these conditions. Dr. Condill also works nights and weekends at the local VA as an examiner for Veterans who are pursuing service connected conditions related to their military service; providing evaluations and medical opinions. Having a father who is a Veteran of the Vietnam War and a brother who is a Veteran of the Gulf War, it is a personal mission to help the Veteran population. If you have a problem with your hearing or if you already invested in hearing aids that do not seem to work as advertised, Dr. Condill takes great pride in offering his wealth of knowledge and experience in providing the best hearing experience possible whether it is with your current hearing aids or new devices.