As we walk down the street and catch a glimpse of ourselves in a store window, we immediately stand up taller, suck in our tummies, and pull our shoulders back. Have you ever noticed that holding these “postures” doesn’t feel very good?
There are a number of ways to safely modify your movements while still being able to move effectively with a Diastasis, and get the most out of an exercise program. Supervised exercise with a skilled movement practitioner is an important aspect of treating a Diastasis.
Diastasis Recti is an often poorly diagnosed and mismanaged condition that affects over 50% of women post-natally. This condition is accompanied by a number of related pelvic complications, including pelvic pain and urinary incontinence that further prevents these women from being able to move and exercise safely and effectively.