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Diastasis Recti Exercises: 5 Moves for New Moms
If you’re a new mom, you’ve probably noticed your midsection looks different than it did before pregnancy. Maybe you have new stretch marks or lax skin, or perhaps people are still asking when your baby is due. Some women also...
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How to Train Clients With Diastasis Recti
As a pelvic health physiotherapist, I considered myself an expert in diastasis recti. After all, I’d been treating the condition for nearly 20 years in my patients. Then, after my third pregnancy, I diagnosed the condition in myself. Despite all...
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Does Everyone Get Diastasis Recti in Pregnancy?
Diastasis recti abdominis (DRA) is one of the more notable changes that takes place during pregnancy. To accommodate the growing baby, the abdomen expands, stretching the skin, muscles and connective tissue (including the linea alba). As the abdomen expands in pregnancy...
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How to Help Your Postpartum Clients Heal Diastasis Recti
During pregnancy, as the baby is developing and the belly grows, what many pregnant women don’t realize is that, to accommodate that growth, changes are occurring not only in the uterus and skin, but all also in the abdominal muscles....
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3 Steps To Healing Your Diastasis Recti
During pregnancy, as the belly grows, what many women don’t realize is that, to accommodate that growth, changes occur not only in the uterus and skin (hello, stretch marks!), but all the way down to the abdominal muscles. That’s because,...
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How Do I Know If I Have Diastasis Recti?
Diastasis recti is the abdominal separation that commonly occurs in pregnancy. It’s thought that perhaps many, if not all women experience some degree of abdominal separation and expansion of the abdominal wall in pregnancy because of the growing baby. It...
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