Carl J. Brodie IV, AuD
Dr. Brodie earned a Doctor of Audiology (AuD) degree from the University of Washington.
After receiving an undergraduate degree in music, Dr. Brodie worked in retail, taught private lessons, and played jazz guitar. He loves to play and teach music, and he wanted to find a career helping people. Prior to choosing audiology, Dr. Brodie volunteered in a variety of career settings including local clinics. That volunteer experience led him to pursue a career in audiology – a perfect match for his love of music and desire to help others.
Dr. Brodie enjoys working with children and adults in all the various aspects of audiologic care. He has a special interest in vestibular sciences, aural rehabilitation, hearing aids, and cochlear implants.
When Dr. Brodie isn’t practicing audiology he can be found playing jazz guitar, spending time with his family and friends, swimming, biking, running, playing with dogs, and making awful puns.
“I believe in working with each patient and their family to help them understand and find solutions for their hearing loss and to improve their quality of life.”