Jeffery D. Regal, AuD


Practices In: South Bend
Patients Seen: All Ages

As a clin­i­cal audi­ol­o­gist here at South Bend ENT, I have the priv­i­lege of work­ing close­ly along­side our ENT physi­cians to deliv­er excep­tion­al audi­ol­o­gy care to patients of all ages. 

With spe­cial­ized train­ing in admin­is­ter­ing diag­nos­tic tests, I am equipped to accu­rate­ly assess and diag­nose var­i­ous audi­to­ry con­di­tions. Whether it’s help­ing some­one nav­i­gate through the chal­lenges of hear­ing loss or address­ing the both­er­some symp­toms of tin­ni­tus and ver­ti­go, I am com­mit­ted to pro­vid­ing per­son­al­ized care tai­lored to each patien­t’s needs.

One aspect of my work that brings me great joy is see­ing the pos­i­tive impact that hear­ing reha­bil­i­ta­tion can have on my patients’ lives. Through the use of cut­ting-edge ampli­fi­ca­tion sys­tems, I assist indi­vid­u­als in reclaim­ing their abil­i­ty to com­mu­ni­cate effec­tive­ly and engage ful­ly in the world around them.

Personal Interests

My pas­sion for audi­ol­o­gy extends beyond the clin­ic walls and is shared with my wife, Darah, who is also an audi­ol­o­gist. Togeth­er, we enjoy explor­ing new des­ti­na­tions through trav­el, nur­tur­ing our gar­den, giv­ing back to our com­mu­ni­ty through vol­un­teer­ing, and indulging in the sim­ple plea­sure of fish­ing. How­ev­er, our great­est joy comes from spend­ing time with our cher­ished fam­i­ly, includ­ing our adorable grand­son, at gath­er­ings filled with love and laughter.

American Academy of Audiology (AAA) American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA)
Arizona School of Health Sciences Graduation Date: 2005 Degree: AuD