Gestational Diabetes risk factor for Diastasis Recti

Diastasis Recti (DRA)  is normal neurophsyiological process that occurs in pregnancy. The linea alba widens as the baby grows. It’s a beautiful adaptation. For some women, their Linea Alba doesn’t return to baseline ( less than 3 cm of inter recti distance) after 12 months postpartum. There are all sorts of hypotheses as to why. […]

Safe home exercises for diastasis recti

  What is Diastasis? Diastasis Recti is a separation between the rectus abdominus muscles. The tissue is not torn!! It is thinning and widening of the line alba (connective tissue in the midline of the abdomen) . This separation is completely normal and necessary when the belly expands by the third trimester of pregnancy. In […]