Wondering if you have diastasis recti? Get expert tips on how to identify, manage and move forward with it.
Diastasis recti abdominis (DRA) or abdominal separation is a normal change in the abdominal wall that occurs in pregnancy and persists for a large proportion of postpartum people. With increasing awareness of DRA has come increased fear and confusion about what DRA means, how to manage it, and what it means for your active postpartum life. We'll lay out the most up to date research about DRA to bust common myths and empower you with the confidence to navigate postpartum movement and exercise.
Annemarie Everett is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and board certified Women's Health Clinical Specialist. A full time clinician and co-founder of POPUp: An Uplifting Resource (an educational resource for people with pelvic organ prolapse), she is dedicated to making expert, evidence-based, compassionate, and positive care available to all people with pelvic health concerns.
Pregnant and new mothers.
Disclaimer: The content of this course is educational in nature and does not replace seeing a pelvic health therapist for in-person assessment and treatment.