ASI West Des Moines
1960 Grand Ave, Suite 7
West Des Moines, IA 50265
Phone: (515) 207-9899
MON: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
TUES: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
WED: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
THURS: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
FRI: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Free Hearing Tests: If you are experiencing difficulty hearing women or children, are frequently turning up your television set, or feel like you can hear, but not understand, it is time for a hearing test. These tests take roughly 30 minutes, are completely free of charge, and provide you with a full report of how well you can hear human speech.
Affordable Hearing Aids: ASI Audiology is now the largest private hearing aid medical practice in Iowa. Our prices are much more competitive than other providers of hearing aids and we would love to give you a second opinion if you believe the price you've been offered is too high.
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About our West Des Moines Clinic
Welcome to ASI Audiology and Hearing Instruments in West Des Moines, Iowa. Our West Des Moines office is our newest office and someone will be available to schedule you for an appointment every week day.
We are a proud member of the West Des Moines Chamber of Commerce, we have been written about in the Des Moines Register, and we support our local senior centers and assisted living facilities by performing free services periodically throughout the year. If you are living in Des Moines and need help hearing well, we are here to help you.
If you want to learn more about hearing aids or hearing loss, please take the time to visit the Further Reading section of our site. In this section, we have articles for family members and caregivers, medical professionals, newcomers to hearing healthcare and experienced hearing aid users. We have links to topics ranging from Medications that Cause Hearing Loss, to Hearing Aids and Cell Phones, and the Negative Effects of Uncorrected Hearing Loss.
ASI has been helping people with hearing loss in the Southwest Iowa community since 1978. We offer a range of affordable products and services including custom hearing aid fitting, hearing aid repairs, hearing aid batteries, custom molds, medical referrals, and assisted listening devices. We also offer a Free Hearing Test to make sure that you are hearing as well as you should be.
Our office in West Des Moines is staffed by Elizabeth Gray, our Patient Care Coordinator for Central Iowa.
Dr. Leah Uthe, Au.D., CCC-A, F-AAA Leah received her B.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2009, and her Doctorate in Audiology in 2016 from the University of South Dakota. Leah is ASI’s main audiologist in the West Des Moines area and surrounding communities. She is rewarded by her job with happy and relieved patients who can hear sounds again that they haven’t heard in years.
We recommend, fit, and repair hearing aids for people all over the Des Moines area. Our service offering is superior to many retail providers, and we are happy to answer questions about different types of hearing aids available. If you would like to try out something with no financial obligation, we provide free demos of the newest technology so you know what sounds best to you. We offer the most affordable hearing aids in Des Moines, Iowa, as well as the highest quality products. Our healthcare professionals will recommend different choices based on your budget and lifestyle.
Our hearing aids can have advanced features such as iPhone compatibility, water and dust-proof outer shells, rechargeable batteries, and directional microphones for use in crowded restaurants. or family events. All our hearing aids come with a 30 Day Risk Free Trial, and if the instruments aren’t meeting your needs, your money will be fully refunded. If you already are using hearing aids and would like to try out something new, we offer a Hearing Aid Loaner Program, where you can test the hearing aids you want to learn more about.
No matter who you are, you are affected in some way by preventable hearing loss. In modern day America, there are too many loud situations that we allow to assault our hearing. While it is true that factors such as old age, medication, and family history can influence a loss, noise exposure is a common cause. We use our hearing in small ways for everything we do, it isn't a sense we can just be without. Hearing is critical to communicating with other people in person or over the phone. Without proper hearing, music, television, movies, and stage theater are dramatically less enjoyable.