Listen to the fifth episode in a series of interviews with host, Maureen McGrath, Nurse Continence Advisor, along with health care professionals and patients that speak to the growing challenge of men’s urinary incontinence.
Vancouver, BC/February 19, 2021 — Life360 Innovations President & CEO has been featured by Authority Magazine in their Meet the Disrupters series.
The Sunday Night Health Show: Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy Assists in Management of Urinary Incontinence
Listen to the fourth episode in a series of interviews with host, Maureen McGrath, Nurse Continence Advisor, along with health care professionals and patients that speak to the growing challenge of men’s urinary incontinence.
Life360 Innovations hires Director Professional Sales & Medavie Blue Cross Initiates Contino® Coverage
Vancouver, BC/February 17, 2021 — Life360 Innovations is pleased to announce that Iris Kalbfleisch has joined the Company as Director Professional Sales and Medavie Blue Cross has initiated coverage of Contino®.
Listen to the third episode in a series of interviews with host, Maureen McGrath, Nurse Continence Advisor, along with health care professionals and patients that speak to the growing challenge of men’s urinary incontinence.
Listen to the second episode in a series of interviews with host, Maureen McGrath, Nurse Continence Advisor, along with health care professionals and patients that speak to the growing challenge of men’s urinary incontinence.
Life360 Innovations has been named one of the “Top 20 Medtech Providers 2020” and is featured on the cover of Medtech Outlook’s 2020 Year-End Special Edition.
Life360 Innovations named by Business Worldwide Magazine as one of the 20 Most Innovative Companies to Watch, 2020
London, UK/PRNewswire/ — Life360 Innovations Inc. (Life360 Innovations) has been named by Business Worldwide Magazine in its list of “20 Most Innovative Companies to Watch, 2020”.
Join Life360 Innovations CEO Robert Orr as he sits in on the Sunday Night Health Show with host Maureen McGrath, Nurse Continence Advisor to discuss how Life360 and the Contino® product work to overcome the stigma associated with male incontinence and provide men with a smart treatment option.
What is Urinary Incontinence? Urinary incontinence is a loss of bladder control. It is estimated that 1 in 5 senior adults in Canada is affected by urinary incontinence. Men’s urinary incontinence is not a disease, but rather a symptom of a problem with a man’s urinary tract.
When it comes to how well a man deals with urinary incontinence (UI), there are multiple factors at play that can exacerbate the physical and mental limitations they may feel. The most common is avoidance, which can lead to feelings of isolation. Additionally, many struggle to keep up the appearance of vitality and invincibility while at the same time fearing their vulnerability will be discovered.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 6, 2020 Vancouver, BC, Canada: Life360 Innovations Inc. (Life360 Innovations) is pleased to announce the publication of its foundational clinical study (Study) for Contino® in the June 2020 edition of the Canadian Urology Association Journal (CUAJ) found here. The Contino® urethral insert is a self-administered licensed medical device that controls bladder leakage in men. The five-year multi-site Study demonstrated safety and efficacy of improved management of stress urinary incontinence (UI) in men. Study participants experienced a significant reduction in
Contino® by Life360 Innovations now covered as a treatment option by major Canadian benefits providers
Life 360 Innovations Inc. (Life360 Innovations) Contino® urethral insert is now formally covered as a urinary incontinence treatment option by five major Canadian benefits providers – Green Shield Canada, Canada Life (including Great West Life and London Life), Desjardins, Manulife, and Sun Life. This provides an even greater incentive for men experiencing stress urinary incontinence (UI) in Canada to switch from their existing UI products to Contino®.
VANCOUVER, BC – April 14, 2020 — Rocket Builders has announced their 18th annual ‘Ready to Rocket’ winners and Life360 Innovations Inc. (Life360 Innovations) has been awarded this prestigious accolade. Ready to Rocket is a unique business recognition list that profiles technology companies with the greatest potential for growth. Each year, based on an analysis of trends, Rocket Builders identifies the top private companies that are best positioned to capitalize on these trends to achieve growth and outpace their competitors. This selection methodology has been an accurate predictor of
Urinary incontinence (UI) occurs when an individual loses or has weakened control over the urinary sphincter. Although not a life-threatening condition, losing control of one’s bladder is an embarrassing, inconvenient, and common problem that affects as many as 3.5 million Canadians, and of which 1.2 million are men. This medical problem also significantly affects one’s quality of life including physical, psychological and sexual.
Life360 Innovations Inc. Now Conducting a Post-Market Clinical Follow-Up Study in the Greater Toronto Area
Life 360 Innovations Inc. (Life360 Innovations) is conducting a post-market clinical follow-up study for their men’s urinary incontinence product, Contino®, for eligible participants in the GTA.
Life360 Innovations Inc. (Life360 Innovations) is proud to announce its sponsorship of the Canadian Continence Foundation (CCF). Through this partnership, Life360 Innovations flagship incontinence product, Contino® will be donating a portion from each product sale or subscription to support this valuable resource for those who have incontinence.
Contino® helps you get back to the things you love to do – like travel. For men who experience urinary incontinence, travel can add an extra element of uncertainty. ContinoⓇ is a men’s urinary incontinence device that can restore the freedom to travel.
The Impact of Male Bladder Incontinence According to a Urinary Bladder Survey, 1 in 6 Canadian males over 40 suffer from bladder incontinence, yet many don’t seek the help they need. For some men, the impact of persistent urinary incontinence can lead to lowered self-esteem, reduced quality of life and avoidance of activities they once enjoyed, particularly if UI began as a result of prostate cancer surgery. In an attempt to mask bladder leaks, many men turn to bulky pads and absorbent garments which can cause further self-consciousness due to odours and an unsightly appearance under
How to inhibit the flow of urine in men with Contino® According to a Canadian Urinary Bladder Survey, male incontinence affects 1 in 6 Canadian men over 40 and many will not seek help due to feeling ashamed. Unfortunately, incontinence is a chronic condition and it can become worse without intervention, leading to low self-esteem, reduced quality of life and impaired physical activity.For men who have undergone prostate cancer surgery or treatment, urinary incontinence is a relatively common occurrence. Some people can find effective relief from urinary incontinence with regular physiotherapy