Sam Hughes is a licensed physiotherapist (physical therapist), educator and author, working and living in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. She has a Masters degree from the University of Alberta, Canada, and has advanced training and experience in treating urological and gynecological conditions in men and women.
Sam has been the spokesperson for various prostate support groups and conferences. After conducting research in the area of incontinence post-prostate cancer surgery, Sam Hughes implemented the prostate cancer surgery and physiotherapy program at one of British Columbia’s largest public bladder clinics.
Sam is a very sensitive practitioner, trained in music, dance and arts. She treats intuitively in finding the source of pain and dysfunction using total body approach. She is also an advocate for empowering individuals with knowledge and education, simplifying complicated information to be easily understood by the public. She is constantly creating opportunities to educate the public and health professionals about pelvic floor physiotherapy, regularly giving public presentations and speaking at medical meetings.
Sam has created various study groups among her peers and has provided mentorship to new pelvic floor physical therapists. Sam Hughes is well respected by the medical community and thrives to provide the best possible care.
As well as working as a physiotherapist she also runs group classes, educational workshops and webinars.
Sam recently published The Guide to Optimizing Recovery after Prostate Cancer Surgery.