Centennial, Colorado

Sound Relief Hearing Center
15450 East Orchard Road
Centennial, CO 80016
(720) 381-3020

Fax: (303) 346-5036

Our tinnitus and hearing aid center in Centennial, Colorado, is located on the southeast corner of Parker Road and Orchard Road.

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Thursday: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Friday: 8:30 am – 1:00 pm

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Our Hearing Health Professionals

Dr. Lindsay Collins

Dr. Lindsay Collins, Au.D.

Lindsay Collins earned a Bachelor of Science degree in speech, language, and hearing sciences from the University of Arizona in Tucson, Arizona, in 2008 and her doctoral degree in audiology from the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock, Texas, in 2013. She experiences true enjoyment in helping her patients improve their relationships and their quality of life through better hearing and tinnitus management.

A Texas native, Dr. Lindsay and her husband, Kyle, moved to Colorado in the summer of 2012 to take advantage of all the state has to offer. Outside of audiology, Dr. Lindsay likes to spend time outdoors hiking, fishing, camping, and exploring with her husband, their son (Jaxon), and their dog (Weezer). She also enjoys exercise and is a certified Zumba instructor.

Dr. Lindsay is a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology and a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, from which she received her Certificate of Clinical Competence. She also holds a license in audiology from the State of Colorado.

Jamee Burke

Jamee Burke

Jamee is the patient care coordinator at our Centennial office. She grew up in Nebraska and attended Brigham Young University, studying psychology. She enjoys working with such a wonderful group of professionals who make such a huge difference in people’s lives. Jamee also loves getting to know so many of our patients.

Jamee is married with three children and spends much of her free time attending her kids’ sporting activities. She also enjoys reading, traveling, spending quality time with her family, and walking her dogs.


If you hear a noise, such as ringing, roaring, or buzzing, that does not have an external source, you suffer from tinnitus. Although tinnitus will not cause you to lose your hearing, it is often correlated with hearing loss. In addition, its presence can negatively affect your ability to work, rest, and relax. Tinnitus differs from person to person in severity and cause, so if you afe living with it, contact Sound Relief Hearing Center to receive a personalized solution.

Tinnitus Treatment

  • Resound Linx2™ with iPhone and Android Tinnitus Relief App
  • Oticon Tinnitus SoundSupport™
  • Tinnitus Retraining Therapy (TRT)
  • Widex Zen Tinnitus Treatment

Hearing Testing and Evaluation

We will begin your evaluation by asking you questions about your medical and hearing history. Then, we will use an otoscope to inspect your outer ear and ear canal for abnormalities. After that, we will conduct a hearing test in a soundproof booth to determine the specific frequencies you find difficult to hear.

Audiometric Testing

During the audiometric test, we will ask you a series of high- and low-frequency words to determine your ability to understand speech. We will also ask you to repeat several words. The results of your audiometric testing will help us determine if you suffer from hearing loss. In addition, it can help us decide whether or not a hearing aid would improve your quality of life.


Tympanometry uses variations of ear pressure in the ear canal to test the condition of the middle ear and the mobility of the eardrum (also known as the tympanic membrane) and conduction bones. It helps us diagnose problems within the middle ear, including abnormalities that can cause hearing loss or tinnitus. For example, tympanometry can help us identify excess fluid in the middle ear, an ear infection, or a tear in the eardrum.


If you find yourself struggling to tolerate the volume of everyday sounds, you may suffer from hyperacusis. Characterized by increased sensitivity to typical environmental sounds, hyperacusis can have a dramatic impact on many areas of a person’s life. It can cause pain, anxiety, and stress, though it varies in severity from person to person. If you suffer from hyperacusis, our Dr. Lindsay Collins can help you find relief through sound therapy and counseling.

Hearing Devices

Why would you buy hearing aids online or at a megastore like Costco when you could purchase them from a Doctor of Audiology? At Sound Relief Hearing Center, we will provide you with professional hearing testing and unforgettable service. Using our experience and expertise, we will make a personalized recommendation to ensure that you receive the best hearing aid for your unique situation and lifestyle. We will take all of your preferences into consideration as well, helping you obtain the greatest return on your hearing health investment.

Wax Removal

Ear wax, also known as cerumen, is a waxy substance secreted in the ear canal. It protects and cleans the skin of the ear canal, playing a crucial role in your ear’s health. However, if the ear produces too much wax, it can get pushed deep into the ear canal and cause impaction. Excess ear wax can also impair a person’s ability to hear or cause tinnitus. If you believe your ear wax has become impacted, we can safely remove it using professional tools and effective techniques.

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