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Elevate Audiology – Hearing & Tinnitus Center

Welcome to



Elevate Audiology Hearing & Tinnitus Center


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Evidence-Based
Audiology Care

Committed to YOU

Continuously Learning for YOU

Patient-Centered Pricing Options

Trusted by Your Physicians

Small, Local, Independent Business

Community Focused

Board Certified Doctor of Audiology

Tinnitus and Sound Sensitivity Specialist

Variety of Hearing Aid Manufacturers Offered

Real Ear Measurements on Hearing Aid Fittings

Remote Consultations and Hearing Aid Programming Available

Curbside Services Available

Best Practices with Real Ear Measurements

Our Mission

Elevate and empower patients’ lives by providing superior education, transparent treatment options, evidence-based hearing and tinnitus care, and an excellent patient experience.




Our Services

Diagnostic Hearing Exams

Following evidence-based care and best practices, we thoroughly evaluate your auditory system and explain the results to you and your family.

Hearing Aids

Variety of makes and models all properly fit with real ear measurements and proper follow-up for patient success.

Aural Rehabilitation

We hear with our brains! Hearing aids give our brain access to the sound, aural rehabilitation retrains our brains what to do with the sound.

Tinnitus Assessment

For those with bothersome tinnitus, it can be beneficial to complete a tinnitus assessment in addition to the hearing evaluation providing us with more information to create your treatment plan.

Tinnitus Management

While there is no “cure” to tinnitus, there are several successful management strategies to reduce the annoyance and perception of tinnitus. We work together to create your treatment plan.

Telehealth

We are able to offer several services virtually for your convenience including hearing aid programming, consultations, and sound therapy consultations.

Repairs and Maintenance

At Elevate Audiology, we will take care of you even if you did not originally purchase your current hearing aids from us!

Custom Hearing Protection and Monitors

Whether you need swim plugs for the pool, in-ear monitors for the stage, noise plugs for the plant, or custom pieces for your headphones, we make it all! Optional accessories are available.

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    Dr. Alexandra Tarvin
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    The Elevate Audiology Approach to Tinnitus




    The Elevate Audiology Approach to Tinnitus


    The Elevate Audiology Approach to Tinnitus: Education is key! The majority of those with tinnitus do not consider it to be bothersome, meaning it does not affect their daily life. For others, it is life-changing in a negative way. Our approach is to learn more about your symptoms, history, auditory system, and how tinnitus affects your life. We always start with a diagnostic hearing evaluation to learn more about the health of your auditory system. This gives us insight into our next steps: education, tools, and resources. Some patients need basic counseling and some need more structured treatment plans. We create a plan TOGETHER that works for you.

    Schedule a tinnitus appointment with us today to take the first steps towards relief.

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    The Staff at Elevate Audiology


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    “What was the most surprising thing you noticed when wearing your hearing aids in the first week?”

    Patient: “I was so amazed how loud my television was before I got them! This really emphasized to me how much clarity I was missing. But, the funniest part had to be when I first used the restroom, I thought I was next to Niagra falls!” 🚽🙈

    These are the stories that make my day. Many patients will ask, “Do hearing aids make everything louder.”

    The short answer is YES, but hearing aids work in a very sophisticated manner!
    Digital hearing aid technology has the ability to constantly scan your environment to find the signal of interest, which is most often speech. However, when a patient first wears hearing aids, their brain has to adapt to MANY sounds around them that they likely have not heard in awhile.

    Prime example: the Niagra Falls 🚽 flush.
    Initially this sound may come as a surprise, but the brain will recognize that this sound is present and continue to file it to memory. Over time the brain adapts and won’t notice those incidental sounds as much. Isn’t that amazing?!

    At Elevate Audiology we pride ourselves in connecting with our patients and counseling them on realistic expectations from hearing aids based on their individual abilities. Wearing hearing aids may seem overwhelming, but our job is to support you every step of the way!
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    National Employee Appreciation Day 💕

    We want to take a minute and talk about Amber.

    Amber has been with us since we opened in March 2018. She has learned so much about audiology and what it takes to care for our patients. She can also tell anyone directions to and from anywhere in our area- she is like an human GPS and our personal weather woman!

    #nationalemployeeappreciationday #thankyou #grateful
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    How amazing to see this on World Hearing Day!!!

    Thank you Congressman Tom Rice - our very own SC Representative for cosponsoring and introducing this important piece of bipartisan legislation!!!!

    #audpeeps #WorldHearingDay #chooseaudiologyMedicare Audiologist Access and Services Act reintroduced in the US House of Representatives

    Introduced by Congressman Tom Rice and Congressman Matt Cartwright , with more than 20 bipartisan original co-sponsors, the Medicare Audiologist Access and Services Act (MAASA) of 2021 will enhance the Medicare benefit by providing critical direct access to both diagnostic and therapeutic services provided by audiologists. The American Academy of Audiology , the Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA), and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) endorse this legislation as a top priority to ensure expedient and optimal hearing and balance health care for the older adult population in the United States.

    For more info visit: audiologist.org/item/aaa-ada-and-asha-unite-on-world-hearing-day-to-support-critical-audiology-le...
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    World Hearing Day 🌍

    About 1 in 5 people have some form of hearing loss that is UNTREATED.

    The prevalence of hearing loss is outstanding. It is an invisible handicap that most don’t acknowledge or know that they have. 😔

    At Elevate Audiology we are helping fight this statistic every day. 💚

    #worldhearingday #hearingloss #hearinglossawareness #elevateaudiology #easleydoesit
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    838 Powdersville Rd Suite L.,
    Easley, South Carolina 29642


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    “What was the most surprising thing you noticed when wearing your hearing aids in the first week?”

    Patient: “I was so amazed how loud my television was before I got them! This really emphasized to me how much clarity I was missing. But, the funniest part had to be when I first used the restroom, I thought I was next to Niagra falls!” 🚽🙈

    These are the stories that make my day. Many patients will ask, “Do hearing aids make everything louder.”

    The short answer is YES, but hearing aids work in a very sophisticated manner!
    Digital hearing aid technology has the ability to constantly scan your environment to find the signal of interest, which is most often speech. However, when a patient first wears hearing aids, their brain has to adapt to MANY sounds around them that they likely have not heard in awhile.

    Prime example: the Niagra Falls 🚽 flush.
    Initially this sound may come as a surprise, but the brain will recognize that this sound is present and continue to file it to memory. Over time the brain adapts and won’t notice those incidental sounds as much. Isn’t that amazing?!

    At Elevate Audiology we pride ourselves in connecting with our patients and counseling them on realistic expectations from hearing aids based on their individual abilities. Wearing hearing aids may seem overwhelming, but our job is to support you every step of the way!
    ... See MoreSee Less

    View on Facebook

    National Employee Appreciation Day 💕

    We want to take a minute and talk about Amber.

    Amber has been with us since we opened in March 2018. She has learned so much about audiology and what it takes to care for our patients. She can also tell anyone directions to and from anywhere in our area- she is like an human GPS and our personal weather woman!

    #nationalemployeeappreciationday #thankyou #grateful
    ... See MoreSee Less

    View on Facebook

    How amazing to see this on World Hearing Day!!!

    Thank you Congressman Tom Rice - our very own SC Representative for cosponsoring and introducing this important piece of bipartisan legislation!!!!

    #audpeeps #WorldHearingDay #chooseaudiologyMedicare Audiologist Access and Services Act reintroduced in the US House of Representatives

    Introduced by Congressman Tom Rice and Congressman Matt Cartwright , with more than 20 bipartisan original co-sponsors, the Medicare Audiologist Access and Services Act (MAASA) of 2021 will enhance the Medicare benefit by providing critical direct access to both diagnostic and therapeutic services provided by audiologists. The American Academy of Audiology , the Academy of Doctors of Audiology (ADA), and the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) endorse this legislation as a top priority to ensure expedient and optimal hearing and balance health care for the older adult population in the United States.

    For more info visit: audiologist.org/item/aaa-ada-and-asha-unite-on-world-hearing-day-to-support-critical-audiology-le...
    ... See MoreSee Less

    View on Facebook

    World Hearing Day 🌍

    About 1 in 5 people have some form of hearing loss that is UNTREATED.

    The prevalence of hearing loss is outstanding. It is an invisible handicap that most don’t acknowledge or know that they have. 😔

    At Elevate Audiology we are helping fight this statistic every day. 💚

    #worldhearingday #hearingloss #hearinglossawareness #elevateaudiology #easleydoesit
    ... See MoreSee Less

    View on Facebook

    838 Powdersville Rd Suite L.,
    Easley, South Carolina 29642


    Learn More

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