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What is an Audiologist?

Audiologists are specialists in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of hearing and balance problems, which have to do with the auditory and vestibular system portions of the ear.

They also assist in rehabilitative services for patients with hearing impairments, including the fitting and dispensing of hearing instruments and assistive listening devices.

Lake Shore Audiology is committed to offering comprehensive audiological services to our patients. Our mission is to reach out to those with hearing difficulty and address their hearing and communication needs with top quality products and service.

Our staff is highly experienced and professional. Our audiologists have a doctorate degree in Audiology (AuD) and is licensed to dispense hearing instruments in the State of New York. We will strive to provide you with high quality hearing healthcare that will make your journey to better hearing most pleasurable.

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Meet our Audiologists

Kevin G. Flanagan, Au.D.

Kevin Flanagan, Doctor of Audiology, is the proud owner of Lake Shore Audiology. Dr. Flanagan received his Doctor of Audiology from the University of Florida. He also holds a Masters of Arts degree in Audiology from the University of Buffalo as well as a Bachelor of Science degree from SUNY College at Plattsburgh.

He is a member in good standing in the American Academy of Audiology and the New York State Speech-Language and Hearing Association.

Dr. Flanagan works closely with members of the medical community to treat a wide range of hearing and balance problems. His background includes working with all ages from pediatric to geriatric and covers a vast variety of clinical experiences. For several years he was a trainer for an international hearing aid manufacturer.

​He is committed to working with you to find the hearing solution that best fits your individual needs and budget. Dr. Flanagan is highly motivated to aid his patients in their hearing impairment and educate them on the implications of hearing loss and its optimal rehabilitation to improve his patient’s quality of life.