Julie Mistic AuD

Julie C. Mistic, AuD, FAAA
Board Certified Audiologist

Dr. Mistic grew up in Fort Worth and went to Western Hills High School. She attended the University of Arkansas, receiving her bachelors in Communication Disorders in 2005. After a short break awaiting her husband to return from his military duties in Iraq, Dr. Mistic and her family moved back to the North Texas area to be closer to family. She then received her Doctorate of Audiology from the University of North Texas in 2012. She is a Board Certified Audiologist with the American Board of Audiology, and a member of the American Academy of Audiology.

Over her career, Dr. Mistic has worked with patients of all ages, and is experienced in a wide variety of audiologic testing. Dedicated to her patients’ welfare, Dr. Mistic enjoys working with her patients and giving them the best possible outcome in hearing. The field of audiology has come a long way in technological advances, allowing patients to adhere to their full potential using hearing devices or cochlear implants for the profoundly hearing impaired. Keeping abreast of the new advances, Dr. Mistic seeks knowledge on a continuing basis with workshops, conferences, and student training for professional development.

As a child, Dr. Mistic attended school with hearing impaired students and learned American Sign Language. Throughout grade school, college and graduate school, she has been improving her skills in sign language, even becoming the teacher’s assistant for ASL I-IV in graduate school. Dr. Mistic met her husband, Jesse, while attending the University of Arkansas and both are avid Razorback and sports fans. They live in Azle with their two daughters.

What is an Audiologist?

An Audiologist is a professional who specializes in evaluating and treating people with hearing loss. Audiologists currently hold either a Masters or Doctorate degree from accredited universities, with special training in all aspects of evaluation and treatment of non-medically treated hearing loss. Currently, all graduates in the profession are required to hold the doctorate level degree as the entry-level requirement to practice audiology. The Au.D. (Doctor of Audiology) is the clinical doctorate degree and is issued exclusively by regionally accredited universities. Audiologists are also required to complete a full-time externship as well as pass a national competency examination and obtain and maintain state licensure through continuing education. Audiologists conduct a wide range of tests (not just a screening) to determine the exact degree and nature of the individual’s hearing loss. Audiologists also dispense and fit hearing aids and provide counseling to the patient and their family regarding hearing loss and hearing aids.

Audiologists are THE professionals specially trained to assess, evaluate and treat your hearing concerns!

Wise Hearing Solutions, LLC
Julie C. Mistic, AuD, FAAA
1600 West US Business 380, Suite A  •  Decatur, Texas 76234
940-627-7997  •  Fax 940-627-7416