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Differences in Pelvic Floor Muscle Activity in High Impact Athletes and Sedentary Females Measured by Biofeedback

Publication ,  Journal Article
Nedved, K; Miller, S; Figuers, C
Published in: Journal of the Section on Women'S Health
March 2001

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Journal of the Section on Women'S Health

Publication Date

March 2001

Volume

25

Issue

1

Start / End Page

7 / 14
 

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Nedved, K., Miller, S., & Figuers, C. (2001). Differences in Pelvic Floor Muscle Activity in High Impact Athletes and Sedentary Females Measured by Biofeedback. Journal of the Section on Women’S Health, 25(1), 7–14.
Nedved, K., S. Miller, and Carol Figuers. “Differences in Pelvic Floor Muscle Activity in High Impact Athletes and Sedentary Females Measured by Biofeedback.” Journal of the Section on Women’S Health 25, no. 1 (March 2001): 7–14.
Nedved K, Miller S, Figuers C. Differences in Pelvic Floor Muscle Activity in High Impact Athletes and Sedentary Females Measured by Biofeedback. Journal of the Section on Women’S Health. 2001 Mar;25(1):7–14.
Nedved, K., et al. “Differences in Pelvic Floor Muscle Activity in High Impact Athletes and Sedentary Females Measured by Biofeedback.” Journal of the Section on Women’S Health, vol. 25, no. 1, Mar. 2001, pp. 7–14.
Nedved K, Miller S, Figuers C. Differences in Pelvic Floor Muscle Activity in High Impact Athletes and Sedentary Females Measured by Biofeedback. Journal of the Section on Women’S Health. 2001 Mar;25(1):7–14.

Published In

Journal of the Section on Women'S Health

Publication Date

March 2001

Volume

25

Issue

1

Start / End Page

7 / 14