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The Baby Belly Pelvic Support™
There are many maternity belts on the market, why choose this one?
Every women needs support but not necessarily in the same place, therefore an adaptable (and adjustable) belt is essential. The patented design of the side elastic straps is unique to this belt and allows the Baby Belly Pelvic SupportTM to out-perform others by providing support PRECISELY where you need it.
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Diastasis Rectus Abdominis
A Clinical Guide for Those Who Are Split Down the Middle
It is well known that the abdominal wall plays a key role in function of the trunk and that pregnancy and delivery can have a significant, and long lasting, impact on both its appearance and function.
Widening of the linea alba and separation of the recti, known as diastasis rectus abdominis (DRA), may impact both the appearance of the abdomen and the function of the trunk and many believe that closure of the DRA is a pre-requisite for improving appearance and function. Women with this condition often ask whether surgery will help them and currently there are no evidence-based guidelines for clinicians to know which patients with DRA are appropriate for conservative treatment and which ones will also require surgery.
Who to treat, who to refer and how to close the DRA were the initial questions in 2006 that prompted further study (and ultimately this clinical guide) for this subgroup of postpartum women.
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