Our diastasis recti infographic gives you the lowdown on what you need to know about abdominal separation or DR.
Diastasis recti is the widening of the gap between the 2 sides of the Rectus Abdominis muscle. The split occurs at the Linea Alba, the mid-line collagen structures of connective tissue at the front of your abdomen.
AKA: DR, diastasis, ‘Divarication of the Recti’, DRA or ‘Rectus Divarication’.
Totally normal, very common and not ‘an injury’. You can have a perfectly functional core and still have a small gap.
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Can you heal a diastasis years later?
When is it considered serious or in need of surgery?
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