2013, Number 1
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ABSTRACTFemale sexual dysfunctions brought serious problems of quality of life for women and are a taboo among the population. Forshame and ignorance of boththerapist and patient, this subject was little addressed for a long time but now reappears with professionals better prepared to deal with this problem as physical therapists specializing in pelvicfloor. Thea im of this review is to show theimportance of pelvic physiotherapy in the resolution and quality improvement of life and health in womenwith sexual dysfunction.
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