Diastasis recti is a condition that refers to the partial or complete separation of the abdominal muscles. This condition is usually common during or after pregnancy as the uterus stretches the muscles in the abdomen to accommodate the developing baby. It is not only limited to pregnancy, but it can affect anyone.
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Can physiotherapy heal diastasis recti?
Query: Hello doctor, I am a 31 year old woman in good health. 11 weeks ago, I gave birth through C-section, after a tough pregnancy with complete bed rest for seven months. Walk to the bathroom were the only exercise I got. After birth, I noticed that I was left with diastasis recti of about 2.5 cm width. ... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. First of all, congratulations for delivering a beautiful baby. I have gone through your medical history in detail. Diastasis of 2.5 cm is considered a moderate degree of diastasis as far as our classification is considered. Diastasis is usually hard to heal up... Read Full »