Abdominal Muscle Function After Diastasis Rectus Abominis (DRA) Blog

Abdominal Muscle Function After Diastasis Rectus Abominis (DRA)

Diastasis rectus abominis (DRA) is a condition most commonly seen in post-partum females, although it occasionally occurs in obese individuals of both sexes. In a nutshell, DRA is a splitting of the linea alba, the thin but tough membrane that runs the length of the rectus abdominis (RA) muscle that defines the “six-pack.” In some […]

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September 25, 2017

Making the Cut: Does C-Section Incision Type Matter? Blog

Making the Cut: Does C-Section Incision Type Matter?

Whether a Caesarian section is planned or unexpected, it is a serious and invasive intervention for the otherwise natural biological process of childbirth. For all expectant mothers, pregnancy is disfiguring, and a C-section even more so. While the delivery of a healthy baby is paramount, surgeons who perform C-sections should consider the implications of an […]

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December 29, 2017

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