Meet Dr. Liberio

Dr. Allison Liberio is the premiere audiologist at Family Hearing Practice and specializes in auditory evaluations and hearing aid customizations. While she is extremely knowledgeable about hearing healthcare, her ability to relate and support her patients and their needs is what makes her sought after to help resolve issues of hearing loss, tinnitus, and difficulty with hearing aids.  

Prior to opening her own practice, Dr. Liberio worked 5 years at an ENT practice with some of the best Ear, Nose, and Throat physicians in Dallas Ft. Worth. She spent that time learning from experts in the field how to best help her patients by providing ideal treatment options and partnering with physicians to get well-rounded medical attention for her patients.

Dr. Liberio earned both her Bachelor’s and Doctorate Degrees from the University of North Texas in Denton where she was later asked to return to fill a temporary faculty position. As a student, she was hired to establish and facilitate an audiology clinic at the Denton State Supported Living Center where she maintained updated records and hearing evaluations for over 700 patients and dispensed and oversaw many of those patients with hearing aids.

It has always been her passion to help people and she chose to become an audiologist to do just that. She is passionate about educating and equipping her patients to maintain their healthy hearing from issues such as noise-induced hearing loss, age related deficit, and trauma to the ears, and to also be available to successfully treat any deficit. Her compassion for her patients and the community led her to participate in Oticon’s Think Pink event, where proceeds from hearing aids support the National Breast Cancer Coalition, and Hear for the Holidays event, where one deserving member from the community is awarded a pair of free high-end hearing aids just in time for the holidays.

Throughout the years, Dr. Liberio has developed life-long relationships with her patients that keep them returning year after year for their hearing care needs. She understands the commitment it takes to be a successful hearing aid user and she enjoys traveling every step of that journey with her patients by being available any time to see or consult with a patient, offering free annual hearing evaluations, and free routine hearing aid clean and checks.

​Dr. Liberio currently supports her Alma Mater by supervising doctoral candidates within the audiology program at the university. By supervising graduate students, she knows that it is more than helping them accumulate hours; it is about investing in the future of audiology as well as the next generation of hearing aid users. She holds a Certification of Clinical Competency (CCC-A) and a membership in the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA).

When not in the office, Dr. Liberio is spending time with her husband, Matt, and her two daughters, Madilyn and Brooklyn. She is also very active in her church and enjoys being involved in the community.

Dr. Allison Liberio