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Wake Forest, NC

2006 S. Main Street Suite 202
Wake Forest, NC 27587

Call: (919) 300-8269

At Revolution Hearing in Wake Forest, NC, we specialize in diagnosing and treating hearing loss. Hearing loss can make conversations difficult and isolate you from loved ones. Our team uses advanced technology to provide personalized solutions, helping you regain your hearing and peace of mind. Let us help you reconnect with the world around you.

10 Warning Signs of Hearing Loss

  1. Does it feel like everyone around you is mumbling?
  2. Is that constant ringing in your ears more than just annoying?
  3. Is “Can you say that again?” your catchphrase?
  4. Is your family asking you to turn down the TV or radio?
  5. Are you missing everyday sounds like a dripping faucet?
  6. Are you struggling in group conversations or noisy places?
  7. Do you hear people but miss some words?
  8. Are phone calls sounding unclear?
  9. Is it hard to catch what people say when you’re not facing them?
  10. Are friends and family telling you to lower your voice?

Meet Your Specialist

Now accepting new patients!

Revolution Hearing is dedicated to providing patient-centered, high-quality hearing healthcare to the people of Wake Forest, NC, using state-of-the-art technology to connect you to the world again. We have multiple locations and will do whatever we can to help you regain your confidence through better hearing.

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David Woolever, HIS

Hearing Instrument Specialist

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Headshot of David Woolever, Hearing Instrument Specialist at Revolution Hearing

Our Provider

David Woolever, HIS

Hearing Instrument Specialist

David Woolever is a Hearing Instrument Specialist with seven years in the audiology industry. He has a passion for meeting people, learning about their history, and experiences. He grew up on a farm and graduated from the University of Wisconsin with a degree in exercise physiology, athletic training, and education. He moved to North Carolina to enjoy a warmer climate.

He is a contributing author with others from the universities of Michigan State, Miami, Harvard and Hebrew Senior Life on a study for review which combines a cognitive screener with a speech hearing screener.