“In this issue, Dr Mannen and associates examined the biomechanics of holding infants under different conditions. Dr Bonis and colleagues performed a quantitative longitudinal study evaluating the effects of exercise and behavioral modifications on women with pelvic floor dysfunction and lumbopelvic pain. Dr Rudolphi’s group presented a retrospective case series on children with daytime incontinence who benefited from a comprehensive physical therapy program. In a qualitative study, Dr Happel-Parkins prompts us to be sensitive to the sociocultural and religious back- grounds of women with dyspareunia.” —Cynthia M. Chiarello, PT, PhD Editor-in-Chief
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