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Group-based pelvic floor muscle training is noninferior to individual PFMT


Investigators observed a median 74% reduction in urinary incontinence episodes at 1 year for women undergoing group-based pelvic floor muscle training compared with a 70% reduction in women undergoing individual PFMT.

In this interview, Chantale Dumoulin, PhD, discusses findings from a recent JAMA Internal Medicine study, Group-based vs individual pelvic floor muscle training to treat urinary incontinence in older women: a randomized clinical trial, for which she served as a study author. Dumoulin is a professor and director of the microprogram in pelvic floor rehabilitation at the University of Montreal.

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