Eating and Living Well After Your Ostomy Surgery


Eating and Living Well After Your Ostomy Surgery


This webinar by Coloplast will help you understand the importance of a balanced diet and adequate hydration after an ostomy. The webinar will also cover topics such as basics of ostomy creation, lifestyle tips and tricks & effectively managing challenges such as pancaking, odour, blockages and more after your ostomy procedure.


Natalie Kameka, MCISc-WH, RN, NSWOC and Clinical Lead at Coloplast

Natalie is a registered nurse, a Nurse Specializing in Wound, Ostomy and Continence (NSWOC) and has a master’s degree in clinical sciences in Wound Healing. Natalie is employed as the Clinical Lead for Coloplast providing clinical expertise in the area of ostomy and continence care.

Rory Hornstein, B.Ed, RD, Nutrition Counselor

Rory Hornstein is a Registered Dietitian specializing in nutrition for sports, weight management, eating disorders, immune system enhancement and digestive disorders. Rory is also the designated nutritional consultant at the Inflammatory Bowel Disease Clinic, Division of Gastroenterology at the University of Calgary, through her private practice.


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