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  • ​How to do a self assement for diastasis recti
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Mom’s tend to put everyone’s wants and needs before their own. Dinner is usually made with the children’s preferences in mind or you get so busy that you end up grabbing take-out for the family and next think you know the pounds are packing on.

Did you know 100% of women have some level of diastasis of the rectus abdominis (Ab separation) in the third trimester.
(Gilliard and Brown 1996, Diane Lee 2013)


​Diastasis Recti, also referred to as "Mommy Tummy" is the widening of the gap between the 2 sections of the Rectus Abdominis (or 6 pack) abdominal muscle. The split occurs at the Linea Alba, the mid-line collagen structures of connective tissue at the front of the abdomen.

Importantly, for many women the gap remains widened at 8 weeks, and left untreated, this distance at 8 weeks remains unchanged at 1 year postpartum. (Coldron et al 2008, Liaw et al 2011)

66% of women with diastasis recti have some level of pelvic floor dysfunction (Spitznagle et al 2007). Diastasis recti and pelvic floor problems tend to go together.

Did you know 100% of women have some level of diastasis of the rectus abdominis (Ab separation) in the third trimester. (Gilliard and Brown 1996, Diane Lee 2013)

Diastasis Recti, also referred to as "Mommy Tummy" is the widening of the gap between the 2 sections of the Rectus Abdominis (or 6 pack) abdominal muscle. The split occurs at the Linea Alba, the mid-line collagen structures of connective tissue at the front of the abdomen.

Importantly, for many women the gap remains widened at 8 weeks, and left untreated, this distance at 8 weeks remains unchanged at 1 year postpartum. (Coldron et al 2008, Liaw et al 2011)

66% of women with diastasis recti have some level of pelvic floor dysfunction (Spitznagle et al 2007). Diastasis recti and pelvic floor problems tend to go together.

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