Our Hearing Professionals
Julie Wagoner, Au.D., CCC-A
A Northern Virginia native, Dr. Wagoner graduated from Penn State University in 2007 and Gallaudet University with a doctoral degree in Audiology in 2011. She has practiced as a licensed audiologist in the area for over eight years, diagnosing and treating patients with hearing and balance disorders with an emphasis on providing personalized care to each patient.
Dr. Wagoner is dedicated to getting to know her patients to determine the best solutions for their individual needs. She believes these relationships are critical for forming higher patient satisfaction and better outcomes for those requiring treatment with hearing aids or other assistive devices. As her online reviews attest, Dr. Wagoner truly does put the patient first.
She also has experience working with current military members and veterans as well. As the daughter of a retired Air Force Lt. Colonel, Dr. Wagoner takes pride in any time she can help service members with the support they need. As the daughter of a long-time Fairfax County school teacher, she also loves to educate community members about hearing loss prevention and the need for hearing healthcare throughout a person’s lifetime.
When she is not working, Julie likes to spend time with her husband and their three dogs. When she is working, she looks forward to meeting you to learn about your needs and find a solution that works for you and those closest to you.
Heather A Siskovic
Heather began working at Alexandria Audiology in 2009. She is an experienced audiologist who is dedicated to her patients. Her commitment is to help others enjoy a better quality of life through better hearing. She helps her patients choose the best hearing solution to meet their lifestyle, needs and budget. She is also dedicated to hearing health education through community outreach.
Working in the hearing health care field since 2002, Heather spent six years working in an ENT office and began her career working for Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. She received both her Bachelor of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology and her Master of Science in Audiology from the University of Southern Mississippi. Heather is licensed as both an audiologist and hearing instrument specialist in Virginia. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Audiology and belongs to the American Speech-Language & Hearing Association as well as being a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology.