Planks and Crunches for Abdominal Diastasis: Totally Tabu, or OK for You? Blog

Planks and Crunches for Abdominal Diastasis: Totally Tabu, or OK for You?

Abdominal diastasis, known clinically as diastasis recti abdominis, or DRA, is the separation that occurs along the midline of the rectus abdominis, or RA (the six-pack muscle) during and after pregnancy. As the fetus grows, the linea alba, the connective fascial tissue that binds the right and left halves of the RA, thins and stretches […]

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April 10, 2018

Diagnosing Adductor-Related Groin Pain Blog

Diagnosing Adductor-Related Groin Pain

Acute or chronic pain in the adductor and/or groin region Pain may also be felt in the lower abdomen Symptoms may be complex Symptoms decrease after warmup but increase with prolonged activity Impaired performance  

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June 3, 2018

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