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Abdominal Muscle Separation (Diastasis Recti)
Concerned about abdominal muscle separation after pregnancy or weight changes?

We can help diastasis recti and strengthen abdominal muscles at YHVH Medical & Aesthetics Clinic. Diastasis recti is the separation of the rectus abdominis muscles, which run vertically along the midline of the abdomen. As the uterus grows, abdominal muscles stretch, causing this disease. Weight changes or poor abdominal workouts might cause diastasis recti. It may cause a bulging abdomen, poor core muscles, and abdominal tone. The developing uterus squeezes the abdominal muscles, stretching and separating their midline. Hormonal changes and relaxing, which relaxes connective tissues, further separate. Poor abdominal workouts or fast weight gain and decrease may weaken and overstretch abdominal muscles, causing diastasis recti. Pregnant women often develop diastasis recti and abdominal muscle separation. When abdominal muscles split, it causes a bloated belly. Obesity, fast weight gain, or abdominal surgery may cause diastasis recti. Women who desire a flatter, toned stomach typically seek diastasis recti treatments to strengthen and tighten the abdominal muscles.
The Treatments That We Offer At YHVH Medical Aesthetics Are:
Frequently Asked Questions
Diastasis recti can resolve independently in some cases, especially if the condition is mild. Postpartum women often experience a degree of natural healing within the first few months after giving birth. However, specific exercises or interventions may be necessary for more severe cases and persistent conditions.
Although diastasis recti are often associated with pregnancy, it can also affect men and women who have experienced crucial weight gain, abdominal trauma, or prolonged strain on abdominal muscles.