Contino® is now available through Life360 Innovations Inc.’s (Life360 Innovations) first Contino® Authorised Clinic, the Dayan Physiotherapy and Pelvic Floor Clinic in Vancouver, BC. Men with urinary incontinence (UI) can now book an independent assessment at the Dayan Clinic to determine whether Contino® is right for them.
Marcy Dayan, the owner of the Dayan Clinic, is the first Contino® Authorised Trainer. Marcy is an experienced incontinence specialist who has been trained to perform an independent assessment to determine of whether Contino® is right for clients and, if so, conduct a personalised fitting and provide training and ongoing support on how to use the product.
Marcy is a Registered Physiotherapist with extensive experience treating UI in men. She is active in clinical practice, teaching and research and delivers the UI module of the BC Prostate Cancer Supportive Care Program.
“I am pleased to offer the Contino® as an alternative for my patients” says Marcy. “The treatment options are limited and the Contino® is a discreet and dignified alternative.”
“Marcy is a Canadian leader and pioneer in the treatment of male and female incontinence. She is a recognised expert and we are excited to introduce Marcy and her clinic as the first Contino® Authorised Trainer and Clinic,” says Robert Orr, President & CEO of Life360 Innovations.
Contino® is a self-administered licensed medical device that controls bladder leakage in men. Much more than just a device, Contino® is an integrated solution that includes personalised fitting and support from incontinence specialists, so men can get on with life.
Robert Orr, President & CEO
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About Life360 Innovations Inc.
Life360 Innovations imagines, manufactures and distributes Health Canada Licensed medical devices under the Contino® brand. For more information on Life360 Innovations, visit life360innovations.com.
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