Image by stockking on Freepik Although tinnitus is generally associated with hearing loss, it is possible to experience tinnitus without hearing loss. A significant percentage of people, about 8% ,who experience tinnitus will pass a hearing test with an audiogram in what is considered the “normal range”. When you consider the fact than StatsCan reports…
Winnipeg Hearing Blog
The Winnipeg Hearing Blog is Polo Park Hearing Centre’s blog on everything to do with human hearing, hearing protection, hearing loss and general interest posts about everything from weird facts to how human hearing works. We run some regular themed blogs posts such as How Loud It It that features local venues with a sound profile worth knowing about.
Signia’s Silk Charge&Go IX is the world’s first and only ready-to-wear rechargeable Completely-in-Canal (CIC) hearing aid. It is also unique in the fact that it does not need an ear mould and uses Click Sleeves simply click onto the hearing aids and come in four different sizes. The Silk Charge&Go IX is so tiny and
The Manitoba Hearing Aid Grant is more accessible thanks to the social activism of Leslie Holden.
“Imagine a hearing aid that can process sound the way it’s meant to be heard — clear and true to life.” A hearing aid that does it so well, that people with regular hearing can wear hearing aids and not notice a difference with them in their ears and their own hearing. That’s what happened
Help Celebrate 25 Years of Hearing Excellence! On June 27th & 28th Polo Park Hearing Center will be hosting and open house to celebrate our 25th Anniversary as part of the Winnipeg community. We will be providing refreshments, free services, hearing tests and a chance to enter our prize draw. We will be showcasing the
$12.6 Million Funding Cap The Hearing Aid Grant for Manitoba Seniors is now available and we are helping clients apply to the Manitoba government as of the 7th of June. The Government of Manitoba has recognized the health cost of hearing loss and is doing something positive about it by providing a $2000 grant to