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Diastasis Recti and Restoring Abdominal Strength


Diastasis recti, a common condition characterized by the separation of the abdominal muscles, can occur during pregnancy or childbirth and persist postpartum.

Postpartum belly

In this guide, we'll explore effective strategies for healing diastasis recti, restoring abdominal strength, and promoting core health.

Understanding Diastasis Recti:

Diagnosis: Learn how to identify diastasis recti by performing a simple self-check to assess the width and depth of the separation between the rectus abdominis muscles.

Doctor examining woman's stomach

Causes: Understand the factors that contribute to the development of diastasis recti, including pregnancy, childbirth, genetics, and excessive intra-abdominal pressure.

Causes of diastasis recti

Effective Strategies for Healing:

Core Rehabilitation: Engage in targeted exercises and rehabilitation techniques such as pelvic tilts, abdominal bracing, and transverse abdominal activation to strengthen weakened abdominal muscles and reduce the gap between rectus abdominis muscles.

Woman working on core strength

Proper Alignment: Practice proper posture and body mechanics to minimize intra-abdominal pressure and support optimal alignment of the pelvis, spine, and abdominal muscles.


Healing diastasis recti and restoring abdominal strength requires patience, consistency, and targeted exercises. By implementing effective strategies for core rehabilitation and adopting proper alignment and posture, you can reclaim your core health and restore abdominal strength postpartum.

Woman happy after curing diastasis recti

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