Contact Audiology Associates
259 Southland Drive
Lexington, Kentucky 40503
Hours of Operation
Monday - Thursday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Hearing Aid Options
There's a hearing solution that's right for you
Invisible Hearing Aids
Our discreet invisible-in-the-canal hearing aid offers a secure fit and advanced noise-processing technology, making it ideal for life on the go.
Sleek and subtle, this completely-in-the-canal technology is molded to the contours of your ear for a superior fit that offers a natural look and hearing experience.
With a discreet, glasses-friendly fit and external controls, our in-the-canal technology is the perfect piece to complement to your lifestyle.
Our in-the-ear hearing aids are custom molded for you and are powerful and comfortable, allowing for all-day use.
Reliable and convenient, the receiver-in-the-canal device has a lightweight feel and a flexible fit, and it is among our most popular systems.
Our behind-the-ear technology puts you in control with customizable fit options, wireless connectivity, and easy volume control.
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See what people are saying about Audiology Associates
My husband, Darrell Calhoun has been a patient of Dr. Robert Manning’s for over 30 years. Dr. Manning has helped him with his hearing and finding the right hearing aid for him. We have told many people about how good they are about helping people. I myself, Betty Vicki Calhoun just recently got mine and I love them. I would not have gone to any other hearing office. Dr. Robert Manning and his staff at Prestonsburg, KY and the staff in the Lexington, KY office are just like family to us. We love each and every one of them. They make you feel at home when you are in their waiting area. They take their time and explain everything to you in a way that you can understand. The receptionist in both offices are so understanding and try to help you with your appointments if you are not able to keep it. We have not met people who treat and care for you like they do. We hope that they grow and are very successful in opening more offices in the near future and are able to find a staff that really cares like they do. We are so thankful to have them in our lives.
Mr. & Mrs. Darrell Calhoun
Life is a series of good news-bad news experiences. One delightful good news experience is that we live longer than any generation in history. The bad news that parallels that good news is, some systems deteriorate faster than others. The first system that deteriorated in my life was my ability to see small print. I selected a professional to assist me, and that problem is now resolved.
The next system to deteriorate it was my ability to hear. Again, I select a professional to assist me and that problem is now resolved. Dr. Robert Manning has provided care to me for over 10 years. He continues to stay abreast of the latest technologies. I totally trust Dr. Manning to help me turn bad news into good news. I now hear it as well as I did at age 40.
Dr. Thomas M. Cooper, DDS
It’s not that I love wearing hearing aids, but since I need to, coming to Audiology Associates is a pleasure. Everyone that I’ve dealt with seems to “know their business” and is eager to do their best to help me hear and care for my aids. There is never the push to “try this wonderful new thing.” So Audiology Associates is my place for hearing!
Dear Dr. Manning,
A note of thanks to you from J. and me from helping J. with his deafness. After my dealing with his deafness for a week, I was pretty much desperate when I suddenly appeared in your waiting room. I sincerely appreciated it when you started laughing. I’m positive my plea for help had become a laughing matter after having been told J. could not be seen in Danville for two weeks.
“Ask and it will be given to you, seek and you will find, knock and the door will be opened to you.” Bless you for taking your valuable time to help us. J. could not remember what the problem was. I remembered that you said, “dead batteries.” Also, his hearing aids need help. I shall be calling for an appt. with Dr. Dinsmore to see her hopefully the first of November.
Again, your kindness was so appreciated. Thank you for your time and understanding. Unfortunately, that is a train not found in doctors offices these days as it used to be. That is sad for the doctors as well as the patient.
D & J
D & J
When I left your office yesterday after a hearing test and reprogramming my hearing aids some strange things happened. I punched the keyless door key for my car and heard a beep. I had never heard it before and did not know it did that. When I get home I locked the car with the remote and heard it beep again. I asked my wife if it did that all the time and she said, “You have never heard that”. I went into the house to wash my hands at the lavatory and never heard such a noise as the splashing water made. There was so much noise in the house I could not believe it.
I have had trouble understanding my wife but she seemed to be talking so loud and I could even hear the person she was talking to on phone too. When we turned on the news on the TV I kept telling her to turn the volume down because it was too loud. We watched a DVD and I could understand almost every word instead of having to read the subtitles. What an enormous change. The best hearing I have had in 10 years.