Dr. Bibesh Shrestha is a professional responsible for the identification of impairments and dysfunction of the auditory, balance, and other related systems. He has the skills to assess and diagnose dysfunction in hearing, auditory function, balance, and related disorders. The delivery of audiologic (re)habilitation services includes not only the selecting, fitting, and dispensing of hearing aids and other hearing assistive devices, but also the assessment and follow-up services for people with cochlear implants. He provides audiologic (re)habilitation through a comprehensive program of therapeutic services, counseling, and other management strategies. Functional diagnosis of vestibular disorders and management of balance rehabilitation is another aspect of the professional responsibilities of the audiologist.
His work in research as a graduate student at UNT earned him a national recognition when his research, namely “D-Methionine protects against cisplatin-induced neurotoxicity in cortical networks” was chosen as one of the top 5 student researches in the field of Audiology in the Nation and was honored with the student research forum award at an annual national conference organized by the American Academy of Audiology in Boston in 2012.
He did his clinical residency/externship from Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, which is an international leader in Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology research and a teaching partner of Harvard Medical School.
He currently works as a leading Audiologist at Cambridge Health Alliance, which is a healthcare system in Cambridge, Somerville, and Boston, Massachusetts’ metro-north communities and is one of the academic teaching hospitals of Harvard Medical School.
Please click the link www.doctella.com/shrestha to learn more about Dr. Shrestha and his work.
Clinical Doctorate in Audiology from University of North Texas, Denton, Texas, USA
Bachelors of Science in Biology from Dickinson State University, North Dakota, USA