- What is Diastasis Rectus Abdominis?
- Risk factors for developing DRA
- How to test for DRA
- What you may be feeling I have examined the gap, how do I know what it means?
- I think I should try some rehabilitation, what should I do?
- Tension during higher abdominal loading tasks
- Considering beyond the gap... Why breathing is important What to do if you have non-resolving DRA?
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There are currently no national/international guidelines that standardise practice and provide a framework to support health professionals working with women who wish to return to running after having a baby. Musculoskeletal pain, urinary incontinence, abdominal separation (Blyholder et al. 2016) and pelvic organ prolapse (POP) are prevalent conditions amongst postnatal runners. Awareness and understanding of […]