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Diastasis of the rectus abdominis muscle (DRAM) is common during and after pregnancy, and has been related to lumbopelvic instability and pelvic floor weakness. Women with DRAM are commonly referred to physiotherapists for conservative management, but little is known about the effectiveness of such strategies. This article by Benjamin et al aims to determine if non-surgical interventions (such as exercise) prevent or reduce DRAM.

Article – Exercise and DRAM ante and post natal