Conductive

Conductive hearing loss usually involves the ear canal or the middle ear. This type of loss is similar to an ear infection. Sound is blocked by outer or middle ear damage or obstruction, like wax. Often a conductive loss can be treated by a physician.

Sensorineural

This is the most common type of hearing loss. It is permanent hearing loss. This part of the hearing system involves the nerves. As of yet, medical science cannot repair nerve type hearing loss. Eighty percent of all adults with some degree of hearing loss have this type of loss.

Mixed

This is a loss that is partly conductive and partly sensorineural hearing loss.

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COVID-19 Update

To our valued clients; We have made the extremely difficult decision to close our office as of Saturday March 28th for what we are hoping is no longer than a period of 2 weeks to protect both our clients and our staff.

We will however be providing emergency curbside service (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!