If they tested both air conductivity and bone conductivity the graph of your audiogram should show two lines for each ear, one line for what you hear by air and one for what you hear through bone conductivity. If there's a big difference between the two, that shows you have a conductive loss.
I had both sensorineural loss and conductivty loss in my left ear. For instance, at 500 Hz my hearing threshhold was 100 dB by air, 50 dB by bone.
Freq: Right Left
250 40 60
500 50 65
1000 50 60
2000 45 45
4000 65 70
Right: SRT=50 dB, WRS 92% at 70 dB
Left: SRT=60 dB, WRS 80% at 80 dB
Had stapedotomy on left ear in May, 2015. Prior to that had a severe/profound loss across all frequencies in my left ear.