Are You Concerned About Diastasis Recti Abdominis (DRA)?
What is DRA?
The outer left and right abdominal muscles separate
The deepest muscles may be weak and unable to support your core
Very common in the third trimester of pregnancy
Why is it important to address?
Weakness can lead to
Upper and low back pain while sitting, standing and walking
Pelvic floor pain, weakness and hypertonic muscles
Staining for bowel movements & hemorrhoids
What's included in care and recovery?
Assessment of the width, depth and borders of DRA in three locations
Abdominal massage to release tight muscles and fascia
If present, assess C-section scar restrictions
Start exercise program that is best for you
Learn how to connect to your abdominals for daily activities
Learn postural alignment and how to easily engage abdominals
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