Today, I’m sharing 3 MORE tips for getting to grips with what it is you should be testing for, whether there’s a right and a wrong way to be dealing with postnatal clients and how getting this skill accurate can enhance your role as a Pre/Postnatal Specialist.
If you didn’t manage to read my article last week listing the first of 3 top tips on testing abdominal separation, click here to get yourself clued up.
So, when it comes to testing for abdominal separation, (formally known as diastasis recti), whilst it’s not mandatory that you check every new mummy client who comes through your doors, I’d say it certainly adds another string to your bow as a Pre/Postnatal Specialist.
Abdominal separation is quite common with 35-62% of women suffering with the condition after birth.
To improve your confidence, technique or just to brush up your skills for testing new mums for separation, here are my top tips: