ASI Audiology has been providing hearing aids and audiological services to the Southwest Iowa area for over 38 years
We would be delighted if you would schedule an appointment at one of our clinics, enjoy a cup of coffee or a cookie and talk with us about our favorite subject, Your Hearing.
Interested in a career in Audiology?
We are actively hiring across Iowa, Missouri and Kansas. If you would like to help people hear, please apply!
You may call our offices at any time from 8 AM to 5 PM, Monday through Friday to make an appointment. Our hearing aids are very affordable and range from under $1,000 up to $3,000. To learn more about hearing loss and hearing aids, please click on an article below.
We are happy to answer your questions about hearing aids.
Our staff is extremely knowledgeable about all the types of hearing aids available. We can provide recommendations on what will best fit your lifestyle, budget, and personal needs. All of our products also come with a Risk Free Hearing Aid trial, so you can see how the best and newest technology works for you.
Questions and Answers about Hearing Loss
We know that hearing aids and hearing loss can be confusing for people, which is why we offer free consultations at all of our Iowa locations. If you have questions about hearing loss, want to learn about the best hearing aids available, or just want to have a free hearing test, we are here to help.
We make it easy to get all of the most up to date information on factors that can cause hearing loss including heart disease, diabetes, smoking, or sudden noise exposure. We also have information in our offices about the links between Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia, and Mild Cognitive Impairment that are connected to hearing loss. Get your free hearing test and the most up to date medical information about hearing loss today.
Sounds of Towns
ASI Audiology has hearing aid clinics in many towns across Iowa. To remind our patients why hearing is so important, we have created this gallery to showcase the things worth listening to in each town. We've included local theaters, comedy clubs, parks with the sounds of nature, and many more fun activities that involve your hearing.
Last Updated: 4/28/2017