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Contino Conversation with Maureen McGrath, Nurse Continence Advisor

Contino Conversation with Maureen McGrath, Nurse Continence Advisor

What follows is a written transcript of a video conversation between Contino Patient Don and Maureen McGrath, Nurse Continence Advisor.  You can watch the video at:

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Contino® helps Brian go back to life before incontinence – with skating, shopping, and traveling

Contino® helps Brian go back to life before incontinence – with skating, shopping, and traveling

Contino® helps Brian go back to life before incontinence – with skating, shopping, and traveling Brian was diagnosed with prostate cancer at 60 years old. At the time, he was otherwise healthy and enjoyed long walks and ice skating. To treat his cancer, Brian had a major operation where the entire prostate gland was removed. As a side effect, he experienced severe stress urinary incontinence (SUI). Discovering Contino®

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Don, a TURP patient, asks – what is the price of self-confidence and comfort?

Don, a TURP patient, asks – what is the price of self-confidence and comfort?

Don asks – what is the price of self-confidence and comfort?

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Sten attends niece’s wedding and is back to golfing thanks to Contino®

Sten attends niece’s wedding and is back to golfing thanks to Contino®

Sten attends his niece’s wedding and is back to golfing with his friends thanks to Contino®

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Coping with the Emotional Tolls of Urinary Incontinence

Coping with the Emotional Tolls of Urinary Incontinence

Men who suffer from urinary incontinence (inability to control their pee long enough to reach the toilet) often suffer substantial psychological impacts. This impact leaves them with deep trauma and emotional toll due to perceived rejection, social isolation, loss of control, and dependency on others. If not managed well, urine leakage in men has resounding effects that damage self-esteem and feelings of worthiness. The effects of bladder leakage and incontinence can be seen in every sphere of life, from work, social life, and personal relationships. 

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Contino Connections: May 2022 Archive

Contino Connections: May 2022 Archive

Spring is well underway, and most are getting back to normal, visiting with friends & family, enjoying simple things like a movie in the theater or a visit to a favorite restaurant and in many cases returning to the workplace. We are pleased to support the return to the new normal and those who want to free themselves from urinary incontinence and get back to doing the things they enjoy. This month we are pleased to highlight a few of these return to normal activities:

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Successful management of stress urinary incontinence with Contino® after radical prostatectomy: A case report

Successful management of stress urinary incontinence with Contino® after radical prostatectomy: A case report

May 25, 2022AbstractStress urinary incontinence (SUI) is highly prevalent and is a main side effect of radical prostatectomies (RP). SUI may have significantly negative side effects such as mental illness or reduced quality of life. Though surgical and non-surgical interventions are available, some patients have exhausted all avenues yet are not able to find adequate treatment and long-term management. This case report describes a 60-year-old male who experienced SUI after RP and did not find relief with periurethral Pro-ACT balloons, even after surgical repair. After being enrolled to

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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

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Contino Connections: Returning to Normal, May 2022 Archive

Contino Connections: Returning to Normal, May 2022 Archive

Spring is well underway, and most are getting back to normal, visiting with friends & family, enjoying simple things like a movie in the theater or a visit to a favorite restaurant and in many cases returning to the workplace. We are pleased to support the return to the new normal and those who want to free themselves from urinary incontinence and get back to doing the things they enjoy. This month we are pleased to highlight a few of these return to normal activities:  

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Contino Clinical Study: New Site in White Rock/South Surrey, British Columbia to Accompany existing Toronto and Oakville, Ontario locations

Contino Clinical Study: New Site in White Rock/South Surrey, British Columbia to Accompany existing Toronto and Oakville, Ontario locations

If you, a friend or loved one is experiencing bladder leakage please consider participating in our clinical trial. 

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