Diastasis Recti

Author: Katy Bowman
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ISBN: 9780989653961
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Mom S Guide To Diastasis Recti

Author: Pamela Ellgen
Publisher: Ulysses Press
ISBN: 161243701X
Size: 80.12 MB
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Don't let your pregnancy result in a weak core and unsightly belly bulge! With your new baby at home, it’s hard to find time to take care of you. But if you have experienced diastasis recti during pregnancy, the best time to repair it is right now. Mom’s Guide to Diastasis Recti offers a realistic approach to healing your belly with simple moves that take only minutes each day. With a complete four-part program, Mom’s Guide to Diastasis Recti helps with everything from healing your weak abs to sculpting a beautiful post-baby body. It includes: •Prevention tips that strengthen your core before baby •Post-pregnancy exercises gentle enough to perform in the hospital •Daily rehab routines with stretches and toning activities •A dvanced maintenance programs to keep your tummy tight This book is also packed with nutrition tips and expert advice that will keep you feeling and looking your best, from three weeks to three years after your pregnancy.

Mom S Guide To Diastasis Recti

Author: Pamela Ellgen
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ISBN: 9781612436616
Size: 49.87 MB
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Don't let your pregnancy result in a weaked core and unsightly belly bulge! Is that postpartum belly bulge a little left over fat, or is is the serious medical condition that affects millions of women but no one ever talks about--diastasis recti? If not addressed, diastasis recti results in a weakened core, significant abdominal gap, and unsightly stomach flab. Now, this comprehensive guide details the most effective methods for healing abdominal separation, building strength, and regaining confidence. With over 50 customizable exercises and detailed step-by-step photos,Mom’s Guide to Diastasis Recti offers preventative, core-building exercises for pre-pregnancy, followed by a gentle regimen during pregnancy, and then concludes with progressive, strength-building exercises designed for post-pregnancy. If you are considering becoming pregnant or suffered belly cause by pregnancy, this book is for you. It thoroughly describes diastasis recti, addresses its causes, provides detailed information on testing for the condition, and most importantly--discusses how to avoid surgery.

Together Tummy

Author: Julie Tupler
Publisher: Mascot Books
ISBN: 9781684013029
Size: 26.21 MB
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Together Tummy is a book about diastasis recti (separation of the outermost abdominal muscles)a condition that has been ignored by the medical community. A condition that people don't even know they have because they have never even been checked for it. So they go from doctor to doctor to find out what is wrong with their bellies. Many times they go to a doctor to get treated for the side effects of this condition which show up as back pain, pelvic floor, and GI problems. When being treated for these problems, a diastasis recti is not even considered in their medical evaluation. Diastasis recti can also put a pregnant woman at risk for a C-section. When people are diagnosed with a diastasis, they are either told to have surgery, live with it, or do crunches. Crunches actually can create a diastasis or make it worse! So the purpose of this book is to bring diastasis awareness to medical professionals and the general population as well.

Diastasis Rectus Abdominis

Author: Diane Lee
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ISBN: 9781366459206
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It is well known that the abdominal wall plays a key role in function of the trunk and that pregnancy and delivery can have a significant, and long lasting, impact on both its appearance and function. Widening of the linea alba and separation of the recti, known as diastasis rectus abdominis (DRA), may impact both the appearance of the abdomen and the function of the trunk and many believe that closure of the DRA is a pre-requisite for improving appearance and function. Women with this condition often ask whether surgery will help them and currently there are no evidence-based guidelines for clinicians to know which patients with DRA are appropriate for conservative treatment and which ones will also require surgery. Who to treat, who to refer and how to close the DRA were the initial questions in 2006 that prompted further study (and ultimately this clinical guide) for this subgroup of postpartum women.

Lose Your Mummy Tummy

Author: Julie Tupler
Publisher: Da Capo Lifelong Books
ISBN: 9780738209814
Size: 19.59 MB
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Pregnancy naturally separates a mother's outermost abdominal muscles to make room for her growing uterus. Called a diastasis, this separation doesn't fully close up in 98 percent of new moms. The larger the diastasis, the weaker the muscles and the greater chance for mom to develop back problems down the road. Of perhaps greater concern for moms, new and veteran alike, the larger the diastasis, the bigger the belly that just won't seem to go away after baby's delivery!Lose Your Mummy Tummy introduces the Tupler Technique, a set of deceptively simple abdominal and breathing exercises that decrease the diastasis and result in a firmer, flatter, and stronger belly. Like Kegels-those all-important and privately-practiced pregnancy exercises-the Tupler Technique can be practiced almost anywhere and at anytime. Including illustrations for a 15 or a 30-minute at-home exercise routine, Lose Your Mummy Tummy ensures: A tighter, flatter stomach A smaller waistline A reduction or elimination of back pain The ability to safely lift your baby and heavy objects More energy Better posture The perfect preparation for your next pregnancy

Whoa Baby

Author: Kelly Rowland
Publisher: Da Capo Lifelong Books
ISBN: 0738219436
Size: 32.19 MB
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When global pop star Kelly Rowland became a mom for the first time, giving birth to her son Titan, she felt the most incredible love she had ever experienced. But after spending nine months so focused on the baby growing inside her, she was caught completely off guard by how much she had changed. Like many first-time moms, she was not ready for what had happened to her body and for so many overwhelming new thoughts and emotions. She wondered: Will I Ever Walk Again? Will I Ever Sleep Again? Are My Boobs Always Going to Be Like This? Rowland had questions about everything from postpartum bleeding, skin and hair changes, and dealing with aches and pains to getting back in shape and sex after baby. She also weighed the larger notions about what she wanted out of motherhood and the rest of her life. It was a good thing that Rowland's longtime OB/GYN Dr. Tristan Emily Bickman was right there to answer every single crazy question that popped into her head. Nothing fazed Dr. Bickman and she provided Rowland with the answers she so desperately needed, telling her over and over that, in the months after a woman gives birth, nothing is exactly strange, but nothing is necessarily normal either. It's all just part of the "miracle" of birth. In Whoa, Baby! Rowland and Dr. Bickman team up to share this reassuring information with new moms everywhere. Often hilarious and always down-to-earth, Rowland and Dr. Bickman cover every surprising challenge that new moms face.