The Audiology Group of Northern Colorado has its roots in our original practice founded in 1984, though we look to the future, balancing decades of experience with state-of-the-art technology and training.Request Your Appointment
Every day in our office is different because every patient is different. We love getting to know every single person who walks through our door. Audiology is more than just our occupation, it's our passion. We have fun helping people and we look forward to being able to help you too.
Our office is casual and welcoming, yet professional. We focus on your hearing needs, not sales. We understand that medical settings can be intimidating, so we don’t wear lab coats or ties and we always have on a smile to make sure you feel as comfortable as possible.Review Us
Daniel Ostergren, Au.D, is a third-generation medical professional carrying on his family's tradition of helping others. He began his clinical career in Fort Collins in 1984 as a founding member of the Audiology Group. He went on to practice in educational audiology, classroom acoustics, and as an educator and lecturer in the U.S., Canada, and Europe. In the past, Dr. Ostergren was the president of the Colorado Academy of Audiology. In 2017, Dr. Ostergren completed a three year term on the Board of the American Academy of Audiology to return to clinical practice and is now certified.
Dr. Ostergren has done almost everything within the scope of audiology during his career, including pediatrics, private practice, consultations, newborn hearing screenings, and studying acoustics.
From a family of three generations of medical professionals, it's only natural that Dr. Ostergren was drawn to a field where he could help people. Audiology was the perfect opportunity to bring together his caretaking nature, his interest in music, and his experience with recording gear. He grew up in a household with a hard-of-hearing mother, so he understands what it's like to live with hearing loss.
Audiology is only one way Dr. Ostergren stays involved in sound. He still records and performs music regularly, and he has served as a recording engineer for the local symphony. Sound is such a big part of the arts, that’s why Dr. Ostergren is also a sponsor of the local art museum. If it has to do with sound, he's part of it.