Dr. Megan Bruxvoort is originally from Castle Rock, Colorado. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences from Metropolitan State University of Denver. She then earned her doctorate from Arizona State University in Tempe, and decided to stay here in the valley after finishing her degree.
Dr. Bruxvoort has always been interested in language and neuroscience. In the early days of her undergraduate degree, these two interests led her to pursue Speech Language Pathology as a career option. During the course of her studies for Speech Language Pathology, she took an Audiology course, and she fell in love. She immediately changed focus to Audiology and began applying to graduate programs. Dr. Bruxvoort has never looked back since making the decision to switch. Audiology allows her to give her patients one of the most important tools for getting language information to the brain: hearing!
Previously, Dr. Bruxvoort completed clinical rotations at the ASU Speech & Hearing Clinic, Valley ENT—Baseline Offices, and Arizona Hearing and Balance Center. She also traveled with Hearing for Humanity to Malawi, Africa in June 2016 to conduct humanitarian hearing services.
In her spare time, Dr. Bruxvoort enjoys reading novels, attending fitness classes, and playing with her two cats.