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Contino® Connections: April 2022 (Archived)

Contino® Connections: April 2022 (Archived)


We wish you a happy April as each passing day is longer and the weather gets better! In this month's exciting issue:

  • We are happy to announce two new Contino clinic locations in Vancouver, BC at Seymour Health Medical Centre and one Victoria, BC location which will be announced shortly.
  • A guest blog from Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist and Contino Trainer, Sam Hughes "Holistic Physiotherapy for Prostate Cancer Survivors".
  • Diane, spouse of a Contino user, shares her story and has advice for those seeking freedom from incontinence.

We hope you enjoy our features this month. Stay connected with us on your favourite social media and our Youtube channel for the latest content!

Kind Regards,

The Contino Team


New Locations in Vancouver and Victoria

Contino is excited to announce a partnership to serve patients in the greater Vancouver area at two Seymour Health Medical Center locations. Seymour Health Centre is Western Canada’s largest medical clinic offering family doctors, specialists, and nursing support. For those in the Victoria, BC region we will be announcing the first location on South Vancouver Island in the coming weeks!

To visit Seymour Health or the soon to be announced Victoria location click directly below to arrange a Contino Nurse Consultation.

Book my FREE, no obligation Contino Nurse consultation now!


Guest Blog: Sam Hughes

Holistic Physiotherapy for Prostate Cancer Survivors

In the past few years, there are an increasing number of prostate cancer survivors seeking physiotherapy services to help treat side effects of treatment.sam-hughes-alt

Maybe due to increasing evidence of pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) helping to manage some of the symptoms, more physiotherapists are becoming interested in treating this population.

However, it is important to note that there are other areas that will affect this population recovery outcome, and that PFMT is only a part of it.

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Contino Conversations - Diane 

Diane and her husband saw their lives get flipped upside down when he became incontinent. After becoming increasingly frustrated and worried about his situation, they turned to Contino for a solution that was effective and discreet.  Diane's advice? "Try the Contino because it will change your life!" 
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Hear Diane's Story


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