Diastasis Recti
How to Heal a Separation of the Abdominal Muscles

Diastasis Recti is the stretching or tearing of the linea alba down the mid-line which results in a separation of the rectus abdominis (six pack) muscle. Approximately 30% of women will experience this after their first pregnancy and 65% in subsequent pregnancies. It is associated with women in the postnatal period but men can experience this too.

Diastasis Recti can go hand in hand with pelvic floor dysfunction, contribute to lower back pain, gastrointestinal issues and a tummy that refuses to flatten even though you feel you’re losing the baby weight from everywhere else.

This is not something that you can just do an exercise for, so enter your email address below for my Diastasis Recti Guide to get you back to your favourite activities and to regain that flat tummy.

Also included is two videos, how to test for Diastasis Recti and a video companion to the guide.

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