Since it is common for diastasis recti (separation of the outermost abdominal muscles) to go undiagnosed by the physician, patients may seek out medical treatment for musculoskeletal or neuromuscular effects of diastasis recti.
Most professionals measure a diastasis incorrectly with thinking that the diastasis recti is smaller than it really is. It is important for professionals to know if their clients have a diastasis as improper exercise can make a diastasis worse.
This webinar will teach professionals how to know how many hands to use when checking for a diastasis, the locations where to check and what the measurements mean in terms of how the diastasis will close.
Speaker: Julie Tupler, RN