Dr. Alexandra Tarvin is originally from Queens, NY but grew up in central Florida. She completed her Doctorate in Audiology from the University of South Florida and her B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Florida. Dr. Tarvin completed her residency year at a not-for-profit audiology clinic in Louisville, Kentucky where she practiced all specialties of audiology. The last six months of her residency she specialized in adult diagnostics and treatment which is her passion. She is also a twice published researcher completing her audiology doctoral project, entitled Acceptable Noise Level and Hearing Aid Noise Reduction, which has also been presented at multiple conferences. She relocated to Greenville with her husband Brennan in May 2014. She is the President of the South Carolina Academy of Audiology, a fellow of the American Academy of Audiology, and an active member of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology and Tinnitus Practitioners Association.
Sensorineural hearing loss is a reduced sensitivity to sound from damage, malfunction, or malformation in the sensory and/or neural auditory pathways. This can occur within the... Read more
From the feedback I have received thus far, I would have to say YES. My patients have all been thrilled with their Oticon Opn devices. They have a variety of experiences with... Read more
Both of these devices can be excellent. Which one is better for you would depend on a variety of factors that you would need to discuss with your audiologist. I have patients... Read more
There could be several reasons that device is beeping and this may be dependent on the type of device that you have. Reasons could include: losing connection to it's partner, a... Read more
In addition to quicker processing and bandwidth which leads to brighter sound quality and understanding in a non-distored inner ear, the Venture line of Phonak devices has... Read more
Please hear a message from Dr. Davis and Dr. Tarvin. We welcome you to our practice.
One of Davis Audiology's patients answers questions about her journey and perspective on treating her hearing loss.
Mary Ann Pires tell us about her journey towards better hearing, how it has affected her life, and how Davis Audiology has helped her through the process.
Carr shares his experiences and ideas about better hearing and hearing aids with Davis Audiology. As a middle-aged working family man, he represents a lot of the people that need help but are waiting for many reasons. Enjoy.
Allison, a 39 year old female, shares her experiences about having hearing loss and how it affected her. She came to Davis Audiology for answers and support and is now hearing wonderfully. She shares how this has impacted her quality of life.