At Kalady Audiology, we provide people just like you with advanced audiological care in a friendly and comfortable setting. Dr. Meg Kalady can help you hear better and regain the ability to communicate effectively in all environments. Services include hearing testing, hearing aid fittings, maintenance & repairs, tinnitus management and much more. See our full list of services below.
Successful audiological care requires the finesse of a highly experienced Audiologist, who follows best practices to ensure outstanding outcomes. Dr. Meg Kalady has a doctorate in audiology and is licensed in the state of South Carolina. She is board certified in audiology by the American Board of Audiology, a fellow and academy scholar of the American Academy of Audiology, and a member of the Academy of Doctors of Audiology. Dr. Kalady stays current on new products and solutions for her patients and is a Dr. Cliff Approved Provider.
Have you noticed signs of hearing loss in yourself at home or work? If so, we recommend you schedule a consultation with our Doctor of Audiology, Dr. Meg Kalady. During your consultation, she will perform a comprehensive hearing examination to determine your current hearing abilities. Hearing testing is conducted in a noise-controlled sound booth, and is completely non-invasive and painless. The following article describes the different components of a comprehensive hearing test.Learn more
At Kalady Audiology, we provide advanced hearing aid services to help you hear better and reconnect with your loved ones. Dr. Kalady provides an array of services including comprehensive hearing testing, hearing aid fittings, hearing aid programming/reprogramming services, hearing aid maintenance/cleaning and repair services.Learn more
The fitting and programming period is the single most important series of appointments you will have with Dr. Kalady at Kalady Audiology. As each type of hearing loss is different and can affect individuals in a variety of ways, it takes extreme precision and accuracy to program your hearing aids precisely for your needs. Dr. Kalady is one of only 30% of hearing healthcare providers that utilize real ear measurements, and because of this practice, our patients see an incredibly high rate of success with treatment.Learn more
Modern hearing aids are very reliable, especially with proper maintenance and consistent visits to a hearing healthcare professional. Sometimes however, just like all electronics, hearing aids may require repairs.Learn more
Tinnitus, also known as ringing ears, is often described as sounds other than ringing including a buzzing, chirping, pulsating sound. These sounds have no external source and instead are only heard by the individual experiencing tinnitus causing them much discomfort. While there is no cure for Tinnitus, there are ways to manage the symptoms allowing the suffered to find some relief from the persistent noise.Learn more
Aural Rehabilitation help reduce the impact hearing loss has on your quality of life through a combination of auditory training, communication strategies, and counseling. At Kalady Audiology, Dr. Meg Kalady understands that effective communication is more than just hearing. She will help support you as you adapt to wearing hearing aids and develop a communication plan.Learn more
We recognize the importance of hearing protection, particularly for people whose profession requires exposure to loud noises or those who regularly participate in loud activities. For this reason, we offer hearing protection products to protect the hearing you currently have.Learn more
Dr. Kalady is highly experienced at fitting musicians with the hearing protection and custom impressions required for a safe music playing and listening experience. We offer custom earbuds as well as custom impressions for in-ear monitors. Contact us to schedule an appointment at our conveniently located practice in Beaufort.Learn more
Dr Kalady uses the Earigator for professional ear cleaning and earwax removal. The Earigator seamlessly combines the functions of irrigation and an otoscope into one, providing one of the world’s most advanced cerumen control.Learn more
Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) is a neurological disorder that affects the way the brain processes sound. It’s not a hearing problem—someone with APD can still hear sounds, but they have difficulty understanding or interpreting them correctly.Learn more
Dr. Meg Kalady is from the Philadelphia suburbs and has been practicing audiology for the last 30 years. She completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania, and she received her doctorate in audiology in 2012 from AT Still University.
While our focus is on finding solutions, we want you to enjoy the time we are spending together. We’re not all business, all the time. We want to make you feel as comfortable as possible and want to know more about you than just the numbers on your audiogram. If you feel you are having a problem, let us be part of the solution.