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Diastasis Rectus Abdominis

During pregnancy, your abdominal muscles naturally stretch to make room for your growing baby. This stretching often causes the connective tissue down the middle of your abdomen, called the linea alba, to widen and thin out. This is known as Diastasis Rectus Abdominis, or DRA, and it happens to all pregnant women to some degree. Looking beyond the linea alba, however, your entire abdominal wall changes, which can affect how your core looks and feels after childbirth.

The challenge right now is that many people struggle to navigate the overwhelming amount of information available on how to address diastasis. The abundance of techniques and exercises can be confusing, leading to stalled progress and frustration.

Despite knowing how important core exercises are, many people are just unsure about which exercises to do, when to do them, and in what sequence. Without having a plan in place for your core would be similar to starting ankle rehab after a sprain with jumping exercises or continuing on beginner-level exercises for far too long instead of progressing on when ready. 

At Core Radiance PT, we will comprehensively assess your core and guide you through the exact program of exercises that your core is ready for. Not only will we progress you so you can experience the joy of seeing progress but we'll teach you exactly what you need to know so you can feel confident in executing your specific plan of action at home. 



Are You Ready to Progress Your Diastasis Exercises?

Struggling with slow progress in your diastasis recovery? This PDF guide introduces eight essential factors (PLP-CC-DEF) to help you confidently determine when you are ready to move on. Eliminate uncertainty and confidently make progress in your core!


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