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.
Marcy Dayan, a registered pelvic floor physiotherapist in Vancouver, specializing in the management and treatment of both female and male bladder control, joins the Sunday Night Health Show with Maureen to examine the fears of living with urinary incontinence and how it affects people’s lives. Pelvic floor physiotherapy, often the first step in managing urinary incontinence to strengthen the pelvic floor can be paired with a successful option to stop the leakage, like the Contino® urethral insertion device. Marcy expands on the Prostate Cancer Supportive Care Program that is available for men in British Columbia recovering from Prostate Cancer.
Also on the show, Dr. Jason Kindrachuck, Assistant Professor in the Department of Medical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases at the University of Manitoba, returns with further updates on COVID-19 and Flu vaccine. Laura Endres, Vice President and General Manager of Canada at Dexcom, and Lisa Christensen, parent of a child with Type 1 diabetes, discuss the advancement of continuous glucose monitoring technology that provides real-time glucose values for Type 1 diabetes. Lastly, Maureen talks about sex with your Ex.