Connective tissue disorders and pelvic floor muscle dysfunction: Is there a connection? Part II

By Stephanie Stamas, SPT Sjogren’s Syndrome (SS) is an autoimmune CTD where the body attacks the moisture producing (exocrine) glands of the body leading to the hallmark signs of dry eyes and/or dry mouth. This is the second most common rheumatic disease and primarily affects women (9:1 ratio). Another common complaint in this population is …

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