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Audiologists in New York, NY

We went into audiology to do one thing: Help improve the lives of our clients. Finding the right hearing aids for you is about more than restoring your hearing. It’s about empowering you to enjoy your ideal lifestyle. Whether you’re a swimmer or a theater-goer, we’ll work with you to find a hearing aid that gets you back into the life you want to live.

Seth Weible, Au.D., CCC-A, FAAA, Doctor of Audiology, Practice Director

Seth Weible, Au.D., CCC-A, FAAA
Doctor of Audiology, Practice Director

Dr. Seth Weible, completed his undergraduate work at the California University of Pennsylvania studying communication science, following he attended Salus university in Elkin Park, PA where he obtained his doctorate in Audiology.

Dr. Weible completed his 4th-year residency in New York where he then continued to work in private practice for the next six years.

Dr. Weible specializes in aural rehabilitation and tinnitus management. He worked as a private consultant for otoharmonics Levo system where he would teach and help implement tinnitus treatment strategies for patients and practitioners.

Dr. Weible grew up outside of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania in the rural area of Mill Run. Where his parents still reside, along with his two younger special needs siblings. He has two older siblings as well who work in Pittsburgh and Alexandria VA.

When Dr. Weible is not working you will find him spending time with his wife, Ekaterina, and daughter Zoe. As a family they enjoy spending time outside, traveling, and all things fun and silly.

Eleni Zarvos, Au.D.,
Doctor of Audiology

Eleni Zarvos, Au.D.
Doctor of Audiology

Dr. Eleni Zarvos graduated from Indiana University in 2019 with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences and then went on to earn her Doctorate of Audiology from the University of Louisville in 2023. She completed her externship training at Washington University in St. Louis. She is also a Certified Occupation Hearing Conservationist (COHC).

Dr. Zarvos has worked in a variety of settings, including private practice, an ENT office, and hospital medical settings. She is well versed in working with adults who are hearing impaired. She decided to pursue audiology because she has always wanted to work in an innovative field where she can make a difference for people in their everyday lives. Now, she enjoys working with individuals and finds value in helping people gain access to communication. Doctor Zarvos is fluent in English as well as Spanish.

Outside of work, Dr. Zarvos enjoys spending time with family and friends, trying new restaurants, traveling, and exercising.

Danielle Cattaneo, Office Manager

Danielle Cattaneo
Office Manager

Danielle has client relations expertise of over eleven years from Audiology Associates of Westchester as an Administrative Assistant, Mount Sinai Hospital as Lead Patient Coordinator in addition to also working part-time as a Unit Secretary for St. Johns Riverside Hospital Emergency Dept.

When Danielle isn’t working her leisure time includes spending time with her family in Westchester County, traveling, listening to music, reading and keeping an active fitness lifestyle.

Above all else she is also a fitness coach and mentors clients on living an active and healthy lifestyle. Danielle believes that providing great service to others makes the world a better place day by day.

“Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see”. Mark Twain

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