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About Us

At Pharmacy2Home, we believe that users of medical products should have easy access to the products that they need, at the right cost. We also believe that traditional pharmacies are an extremely important asset to Canadians.

Pharmacy2Home aims to bring value to Canadians by offering a user-friendly platform that enables those searching for medical supplies to conveniently shop online while still maintaining a connection with their local pharmacies.

With over 700 participating pharmacies across the country, you can use Pharmacy2Home to shop for over 16,000 medical products that your local pharmacy may not carry, while still benefiting from the expertise of your respected pharmacist and maintaining a relationship with your pharmacy of choice.

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Why Support Your Local Pharmacy?

Although extremely convenient, shopping online for medical products hasn't been without its drawbacks. As we navigate through the Digital Era, more and more local retail businesses are struggling to keep their doors open, let alone be profitable. In the United States and parts of Europe, we've witnessed significant impacts on community pharmacies as we see yet another industry being disrupted by online ecommerce websites such as Amazon.

Shopping on the Pharmacy2Home platform ensures that local pharmacies don't get cut out of the equation - and that's important! Pharmacists are our front-line medical practitioners that are responsible for a lot more than just dispensing drugs. As medical experts, Pharmacists are often who we turn to for consultation regarding medication, chronic conditions, smoking cessation, breastfeeding, and other general medical inquiries for those that may not have regular access to a doctor.

Pharmacy2Home's intention is to bridge the gap between convenience and service, ensuring a brighter future for Canadian pharmacies and those that they serve.

Who is Pharmacy2Home?

Pharmacy2Home delivers the best medical products directly to your home. We are Canada’s first nation-wide home delivery shipping program for disposable and durable home medical products.

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Injuries Treated by Bracing

There are many different injuries and ailments that can be treated by wearing a brace. In some cases, bracing is used as a preventive measure to avoid injury, while in other cases, a brace may be used post-injury to prevent any further damage and to help aid in the healing process. Wearing a brace post-injury can substantially decrease the likelihood of reinjury by assisting your muscles and ligaments with proper stability. Post-Injury or surgery, having the proper support from a brace will allow you to slowly reengage in activities to strengthen your muscles and allow them to heal.

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What is Fecal Incontinence? Signs, Symptoms, & Treatment

Fecal incontinence is the inability to control your bowel movements. Also known as “accidental bowel leakage” or “bowel incontinence”, fecal incontinence is much more common than people think. It typically affects 1 in 3 people who regularly see a primary health care provider. Adults over 65 are more likely to suffer from fecal incontinence. It’s also more common in females to suffer from fecal incontinence due to complications during childbirth. According to The Canadian Continence Foundation, 1 in 10 women older than 40, has fecal incontinence. Some menopausal hormone replacement therapy has been linked to incontinence. Although most common in older adults, fecal incontinence can still be a problem for younger adults and children.

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Dealing with Urinary Incontinence

For many Canadians, having any sort of incontinence issue can feel shameful and embarrassing. First things first – You need to know that you are not alone. It’s estimated that 3.5 million Canadians (almost 10% of the population) suffer from some form of incontinence. There are many online support groups that you can turn to if you need someone to talk to. After all, it’s far less embarrassing to talk about

an issue with other people who can relate to your experiences and are likely going through the same thing sort of thing. Most importantly, don’t be scared to talk to your doctor; They’ll be able to guide you in the right direction for managing your symptoms and ensuring that you can live as comfortably as possible.