Our entire staff is assembled for one purpose: to serve our patients. Our goal is to provide you with the best possible hearing care we can, based on your individual needs.
When it comes to your hearing, your choice of a hearing healthcare professional is one of the most important decisions you’ll make. Since a hearing aid can’t be prescribed like eyeglasses, the proper hearing aid recommendation and fitting is highly dependent on the judgment and skill of the professional selecting the instrument. We test your hearing, select, and dispense the hearing instrument best suited to your personal, professional, cosmetic and financial needs.
Dr. Kelly Knolhoff hopes to help each of her patients enjoy a fuller life through improved communication, up to date technology and a high standard of care. Dr. Knolhoff earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana. She received her Doctoral Degree in Audiology from Washington University in St. Louis. She is a fellow and member of the American Academy of Audiology has earned her Certificate of Clinical Competence with American Speech and Hearing Association.
Dr. Knolhoff relocated from St. Louis and is enjoying the Carolina lifestyle. She is an avid reader, loves traveling, and is enjoying life with her husband, two young daughters and two Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.
Dr. Stan Phillips attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where he majored in Biology/Pre Med. After graduating in 1985 he went to East Carolina University School of Medicine. His post graduate training included a one year fellowship in research at John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD, followed by five years at The University of Maryland where he trained one year in general surgery and four years in otolarygology. Dr. Phillips primary interests include general pediatric surgery, adult sinus disease and surgery, chronic cough and hearing loss/tinnitus. Dr. Phillips is a board certified otolaryngologist and licensed to practice medicine in North Carolina. He has privileges at Lake Norman Regional Medical Center, Presbyterian Huntersville and Carolinas Medical Center. In his spare time Dr. Phillips enjoys spending time with his family and friends, travel and golf.
We are a very social group. Give us 5 minutes of free time and we can often be found clustered around the front desk talking to each other or to anyone who will listen to us. And that is precisely why we are doing what we do today. Nothing would create a greater void in our lives than the inability or diminished ability to join in a conversation. And we are passionate about making sure that we fix that problem for everyone who comes our way.
We promise to work closely with you to discover where you are having the most difficulty communicating. Then, we will collaborate with you to determine the best solution to increase your ability to hear and understand in the situations you describe. If that solution includes hearing aids, then we are committed to recommending the technology that:
Although we’re smart enough to know that we don’t know everything. We’re dedicated enough to try! To make sure we stay on top of both the the latest advances in technology and the current research related to hearing we attend many conferences, seminars and conventions every year. In addition we belong to a variety of professional organizations that provide us with a wealth of information.