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Diastasis recti is the partial or complete separation of the rectus abdominis, or “six-pack” muscles, which meet at the midline of your stomach. Diastasis recti is perceived to be very common during and following pregnancy, however this is not always the case.


New-born babies also can have this belly spread, and it should go away on its own. Women and also men can get it, possibly from yo-yo dieting, from doing sit-ups or weightlifting the wrong way, or from other causes.


These sessions are only offered on a 1-2-1 basis, this allows our specialist, Nnenna, to assess your body and trace the cause  of the problem (imbalance, misalignment, improper muscle activation) and treat it which will in turn work on recovery of the split.


Nnenna will also address nutrition in your sessions as it plays a important role in the healing process.

Hope Physiotherapy Clinic

Portsmouth Seventh Day Adventist Church,  133 Chichester Road,  Portsmouth,  PO2 0AQ

Hope Physiotherapy Clinic

Roko Health Club, 422 Copnor Road, Portsmouth, PO3 5EW


 Tel: 023 9255 4007                                                                     Email: info@hopephysiotherapy.com