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THE PELVIC FLOOR AND THE ABDOMINAL CORE
THE BONY BOUNDARIES OF THE ABDOMINAL CORE Netter 2006 The ribs, low back and pelvis form the bony boundaries of the abdominal core
THE ABDOMINAL CORE Lee 1999 A strong and coordinated abdominal core helps to: control the rises in intra- abdominal pressure support the pelvic organs support the low back
THE FEMALE PELVIC ORGANS Petros 2004
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