Diastasis recti is a condition where the rectus adominis muscles separate and is very common in full term pregnancies. During pregnancy, the abdominal muscles separate to accommodate growing baby - normal separation is 2 fingers or less. Any separation larger than 2 finger widths is considered DR. DR can result in "coning" appearance when doing a crunch. If left untreated it can cause postural issues such as pelvic pain, incontinence, back pain, and a chronically weak core. At BirthCo., we have a specifically designed rehab program called Defeat Diastasis that targets DR. If you are interested in learning more contact us today!!