At Ashbrook Audiology, we pride ourselves on developing long-term relationships with our patients. Because Hearing Care is Health Care.

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Meet Your Hearing Care Professionals


Paul E. Ashbrook

Audiologist & Hearing Aid Specialist

Founder, owner, and operator of Ashbrook Audiology & Hearing Aid Center, Inc., Paul E. Ashbrook is a native of Martinsville & Henry County. He is a graduate of Radford University with a Masters Degree in Audiology. He is a proud Honorably Discharged Veteran of the United States Navy where he served for 6 years. He has won numerous awards and recognition as an Audiologist and business owner, including “Small Business Man Of The Year for 2006”. He has served as adjunct faculty at Patrick Henry Community College and at National Business College.

He serves on various community boards in Martinsville and Danville, and is dedicated to helping our communities grow. He hosts a weekly talk show on local cable affiliate BTW 21 called “Your Body, Your Health” dedicated to all health related matters. He is involved with and supports many different local charities and non-profit groups. He is married to his lovely wife Gina, they have 2 girls, Emily and Mary, a stepson Mitchell, and a step grand-daughter, Natalie.

He is a hearing aid wearer himself and works hard to promote hearing healthcare and hearing aid education all across the region. His experience as a hearing aid wearer gives him a unique ability to identify issues and adjust hearing aids to compensate for those issues. He loves what he does and is always wants to help people hear the best that nature will allow.


Cynthia (Cindy) Jones

Audiology Assistant & Hearing Aid Specialist

Mrs. Jones is a native of Patrick County. She has been with Ashbrook Audiology & Hearing Aid Center, Inc. since opening in 2003. She is a graduate of Patrick Henry Community College, and a graduate of NOVA Southeastern University. She formerly worked for the VF Corporation locally for 15 years. She has extensive experience working with patients in many different capacities in our office.

She is married to her husband Steve, and they have two daughters, the late Melanie, who died of Leukemia in her late teens, and their daughter Karen and her husband Lee, a grandson Jonathon and a granddaughter Karoline.