Diastasis recti healing time

One of the most common questions new moms ask is about, “Diastasis recti healing time” Understandably, you’re eager to regain your pre-pregnancy body and strength. Generally, healing Diastasis recti can take anywhere from 6-12 months post-delivery....

Does Diastasis recti cause bloating?

Back pain, poor posture, Pelvic floor issues, digestive problems and gastro-intestinal disturbances like constipation and BLOATING are all symptoms that occur when the core support system is weak, as it is with Diastasis recti.  ​Bloating is something I get asked...

Best exercises for Diastasis recti

When initially discovering that you have Diastasis recti, a condition where the abdominal muscles have separated, it can be scary, overwhelming, and frustrating. We search the internet for the best exercises for Diastasis recti, only to end up even more confused by...

Pelvic floor Dysfunction Symptoms

Because there are different types of Pelvic floor dysfunctions (PFD), symptoms of different PFDs can vary or overlap. This can make it hard to diagnose exactly what type of dysfunction you have without seeing a Pelvic floor PT for an internal exam.  In fact, initially...

Best Cardio for Diastasis recti

I get it, cardio can help you feel better physically and mentally. Getting a sweat on can make you feel happy and clear-headed!  However, if you’re among the over 60% of Moms who experience Diastasis recti, jumping into cardio exercises without caution can lead...