Diastasis Recti & Postpartum Care
Get Your Belly Back After Pregnancy
Are you anxious to get your body back to its pre-baby condition? Are you disappointed because abdominal separation and core instability are holding you back from the activities you love?
Abdominal separation (diastasis recti) is a condition that occurs most commonly following pregnancy. If abdominal separation is present, it reduces low back and spinal stability and places mom at greater risk for pain and/or injury.
Because new moms have such high demands placed on them immediately following delivery, including carrying and lifting, it is extremely important for them to take the appropriate steps to retrain their core and reduce abdominal separation.
You don’t have to sacrifice the activities you love over problems that can be fixed. That’s why we made this free guide just for you.
You see, moms who are struggling to get their abs back after baby right here in Louisville asks us the same questions…
Why does my stomach feel so flabby?
Why does my low back hurt when I move?
Will I ever be able to get my pre-baby body back?
We have good news: you don’t have to “live with it”.
There is still more that can be done and we’re here to show you the way.
Most people get stuck trying to make a decision about what to do next. They go days, weeks, months (even years!) without taking action.
The one thing we can guarantee is that by doing nothing, abs won’t get stronger.
So the next important thing is to take action.