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Diastasis Recti after pregnancy, how to fix it?

Diastasis recti is the partial or complete separation of the rectus abdominis, or ab muscles, which meet at the midline of your stomach. It is commonly seen during and following pregnancy due to the uterus stretches the muscles in the abdomen to accommodate your growing baby.

One of the solutions is to do certain exercises that will help with the diastasis.

Please refer to the youtube link below

"5 Minute Diastasis Recti Repair Workout---Postnatal Core After Pregnancy."

However, we totally understand that sometimes it's hard to keep up with the workout plan and many mums are seeking the alternative solution apart from the physical therapy.

In some severe cases of Diastasis Recti, surgical intervention may be necessary. Diastasis Recti is usually treated with a tummy tuck by cosmetic surgeon. However, this type of procedure is often not covered by most medical insurances.

Non-surgical treatment for Diastasis Recti

EmShape is the latest body contouring treatment that grows muscle mass and tone. This evolutionary technology utilizes HIFEM (Highly Focused Electromagnetic Energy) to stimulate continues muscle contractions on abdomen, buttock, thighs and upper arms.

Apart from treating the abdomen area for the six pack look, the main result of EmShape is to strengthen the core area. The targeted muscles group include the abdominal wall. Those contractions created by the device will encourage the body to stimulate the rectus abdomens muscles, making them stronger after each session. This procedure can help to close the gap due to diastasis recti. This is a clinically proven treatment which results in improvement of Diastasis Recti (reduction of ab separation condition)

Results from our clients:

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