Terry Limb, AuD grew up in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle. As a child he knew he wanted to be a professional of some sort, but didn’t discover audiology until his college years. He attended the University of Washington where he received his bachelors and maters degrees, and then went on to receive his doctorate from the University of Florida. Terry knew audiology was the right route for him because of the opportunity he got to help people. He also enjoys the profession because it is very evidenced based, and he likes the vast amount of technology he gets to explore in the world of personal listening devices.
One of his favorite things about working at ESHC is being a “people focused” clinic both with patients as well as staff. He also enjoys how the clinic pushes the boundaries of technology, and the ability we have to offer patients innovations that you can’t find anywhere else. You can also find Terry working on national technology panels to help spearhead the future of innovation with personal listening devices.
In his spare time Terry likes boating, spending time with his family, working on projects around the house, as well as participating in international Missions trips.