Meet Our Hearing Specialist and Audiologist in Lincoln, NE

Opt for American Hearing + Audiology in Lincoln for outstanding hearing care. Our team, guided by integrity, only recommends the same care we’d trust for our own families. We’re committed to enhancing lives through improved hearing. In Lincoln, our audiologists offer personalized hearing services in a private practice atmosphere, reviving the classic doctor-patient dynamic. Come to our hearing center in Lincoln, tell us your story, and find the finest hearing solutions tailored for you.

Robyn Flammang (B.S., H.I.S.)

Robyn Flammang is a certified hearing instrument specialist in Lincoln, NE and a Nebraska Hearing Society board member. A graduate of the University of Nebraska, Robyn has been helping people hear better for more than 14 years. She shares our core philosophy: treat people the way you want to be treated. She became interested in audiology when one of her sons had hearing issues when he was young. He has had Tympanoplasty Surgery twice to try to repair his eardrum.

Robyn loves to spend time with her two grown boys and her “zoo” of animals at home. She has two dogs and two cats. She and her patient care coordinator have a two-man book club where they love to read a new book each month. Robyn also loves to exercise and try new restaurants.

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Robyn Flammang

Robyn Flammang

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Lincoln Location Info

(402) 512-5951

3901 Pine Lake Rd Ste. 217, Lincoln, NE 68516

Monday – Thursday | 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Friday | 8:30 am – 1:00 pm

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*Must be 13 years or older to book online.

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Frequently Asked Questions for Our Audiologists in Lincoln

What are audiology services?

Audiology services include hearing assessments, hearing aid fitting and maintenance, tinnitus management, cochlear implant programming, balance disorder evaluation, auditory processing disorder testing, and counseling for hearing loss and related issues. These services aim to improve hearing health and quality of life.

Can you explain what a hearing instrument specialist does?

A hearing instrument specialist primarily focuses on evaluating hearing loss and fitting, adjusting, and maintaining hearing aids. They conduct basic hearing tests, help clients select suitable hearing devices, and provide follow-up care, including device adjustments and repairs. Their role is essential in ensuring optimal hearing aid performance and comfort for individuals with hearing loss.

How can I learn more about my hearing health?

See our detailed hearing FAQs and hearing blog.

Lincoln NE Location