Cost VS Quality

While reading the list of features for a set of "discount" hearing aids sold by a big-box retailer know for low prices, I was surprised so see that manufacturer listed noise reduction as if it was a high-end or special feature for the hearing aid on sale. Needless to say I was a bit taken…

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Hearing Aid Battery Tips - Air Up Time
Hearing aid battery tips to optimize battery life.

Hearing Aid Battery Tips - Air Up Time

This video explains why and how long you should "air up" your hearing aid battery. At Polo Park Hearing Centre, we provide state of the art Rayovac and Starkey batteries. For more battery tips, see our page on maximizing hearing aid battery life. Do you have questions about your hearing aids battery life? Give…

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Easy Ways to Maximize Hearing Aid Battery Life
Rayovac Hearing Aid Battery FAQ video - Winnipeg Hearing Blog.

Easy Ways to Maximize Hearing Aid Battery Life

Hearing Aid Battery life We are often asked question “how long should my hearing aid batteries last?” There is no easy answer because everybody has a different energy usage profile. Let's look at some of the factors that affect battery life in your hearing aids. Zinc Air Batteries Hearing aid batteries actually require air…

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Understatement of the Year
Bill Clinton and Bill Austin of the Starkey Hearing Foundation. The foundation is a partner in the Clinton Global Initiative

Understatement of the Year

If our blog had an "Understatement  of the Year" award I would give it to Bill Austin, the man behind the Starkey Hearing Foundation. In this star packed video (Kevin Costner, Sir Richard Branson,  Miley Cyrus) President Bill Clinton reveals why this quote from Austin is so incredibly understated: "I want to chip in…

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COVID-19 Hours Effective November 12th

To our valued clients; Our office will be open during the code red restrictions and running at 25% capacity as per provincial guidelines. All visits will be by appointment only. We will not be taking walk in traffic to protect both our clients and our staff. To increase our availability we have added hours on Saturdays.

Hours: Monday – Friday 9:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Saturday 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.

Note: Closing early Friday February 12th at 3:00 P.M., closed Saturday, Sunday, Monday holiday and reopening Tuesday.

We will also be providing emergency curbside service also by appointment only, and mail out services for batteries and supplies.

We appreciate your understanding and patience during these ever changing times.

Please feel free to direct message us via FaceBook, call us at (204)788-1083 or email us at pphc@mymts.net and we will do or best to get back to you as soon as possible.

Thank-you!