Welcome to ACL Hearing & BalanceAt ACL Hearing and Balance™ our mission is to provide quality and compassionate care in order to improve hearing and balance and quality of life. ACL Hearing and Balance was established in 1989. Our professionals have 30 years of combined experience serving the Baton Rouge community.
Our goals are to:
- Help people access information about hearing disorders.
- Identify individuals with hearing loss.
- Provide those with hearing difficulties options to help with their communication needs.
The field of audiology is very dynamic. Hearing aid technology has become more innovative. Our role as audiologist requires us to educate clients about their options so they can make informed decisions. A hearing aid puchase is more than buying an instrument. You are purchasing a service. Our goal is to see that you receive that service in a timely and professional manner.
Baton Rouge: 7952 Goodwood Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA. 70806.
Central: 11424 Sullivan Rd Bldg A, Suite B-2 Central, LA 70818
Complete Audiology Services & Products
Hearing Aid Testing, Fitting, and Repair.
Meet Our Staff
Cathy Messina, M.A./CCC-A
Cathy earned her Masters degree in Audiology from Louisiana State University in 1986. She is nationally certified with the American Speech and Hearing Association and licensed by the Louisiana Board of Examiners for Speech and Audiology. Her work experience includes working in the school system, a non-profit clinic, a hospital setting and private practice. In those settings she has provided a complete range of diagnostic audiological evaluations on infants, children and adults. She has also had special training in performing vestibular evaluations for patients with balance problems.
Leslie Domma, Au.D./CCC-A
Leslie earned her Master’s degree in Audiology from Louisiana State University in 1997 and her Doctorate of Audiology from the Arizona School of Health Sciences in 2005. She is certified by the American Speech Language and Hearing Association and licensed by the Louisiana Board of Examiners for Speech and Audiology. Her work experience includes working in physician’s offices and in private practice. She has also worked in the university setting training students. Her experiences includes audiological and balance testing as well as hearing aid fittings and aural rehabilitation. She has also had training in performing special diagnostics to identify Central Auditory Processing Disorders.
Shannon has worked at ACL Hearing and Balance since May 2012. Prior to working at this office she worked 9 years for a local pediatrician. At home she is mother to two daughters and a son and one grandson.