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.
These real ear measurements are just one of the many types of best practices utilized at Kalady Audiology. While it can still take some time to adjust to the robust sounds around you, you can rest assured that your hearing aid is programmed to your exact needs. During your hearing aid fitting, you’ll also learn how to take care of your hearing aids, including proper tips for cleaning, insertion and removal guidelines, and helpful ways to keep your devices performing at a high level consistently for years to come.
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.