Category: Self Help Resources

Returning to Running Postnatal Guidelines

Awareness and understanding for the importance of optimal postnatal recovery in the prevention and management of musculoskeletal pain, stress urinary incontinence, and abdominal separation is increasing.

This proposed guideline for medical, health and fitness professionals managing this population is available to download for FREE.

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Diastasis Rectus Abdominis – Patient Handbook

£5.99

Been told you have diastasis rectus abdominis/diastasis recti/diastasis/abdominal separation?
Not sure but think you may have it?
Unsure what to do about it?
Do you notice bulging and doming at your midline tummy during certain movements?

Fear not! This e-book will provide you with the most up to date information in how to manage diastasis.

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Returning to Exercise Postpartum

*COMING SOON*

Patient Handbook

All you need to know to guide and optimise your recovery and successful return to exercise after having a baby

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Examples of Excercise Progression in the Postnatal Runner

Return to running is not advisable prior to 3 months postnatal or beyond this if any symptoms of pelvic floor dysfunction are identified prior to, or after attempting, return to running.

Download our quick reference guide of low impact excercise progression that we recommend for postnatal runners to get you back doing the sport you love.

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Diastasis Rectus Abdominis – Factors to Consider

£4.99

Gain key insights into the whole systems impact of diastasis rectus abdominis.
This illustrative video takes you through the following factors in the management of diastasis rectus abdominis:

Person, Posture, Patterns, Respiration, Ribcage, Load and Defect

Find out what they mean…

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Diastasis Rectus Abdominis – Patient Handbook

£5.99

Been told you have diastasis rectus abdominis/diastasis recti/diastasis/abdominal separation?
Not sure but think you may have it?
Unsure what to do about it?
Do you notice bulging and doming at your midline tummy during certain movements?

Fear not! This e-book will provide you with the most up to date information in how to manage diastasis.

Add to basket

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