Month: June 2016

Diastasis Recti: What it is and how to treat it without surgery

Diastasis Recti Treatment requires starting with the right diagnosis. Diastasis Recti is a condition in which your most superficial abdominal muscles (rectus abdominus) separate along the midline of the body. The left and right sides of the abs split apart and the connective tissue along the midline stretches and becomes weaker. It most commonly occurs …

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