The NEED TO KNOW on fixing Abdominal Separation

Abdominal separation. A thing most of us experiencing it think we can only fix it with surgery, but your WRONG! Read on to see how we, at Contouring Bodies can help you say goodbye to separation and hello to a stronger and more healed core!

So how do I treat Abdominal Separation without surgery?

Completing a series of EMS treatments is one of the latest and best ways to rid yourself of diastasis recti (abdominal separation) non-invasively, without down time or surgery!

What is abdominal separation?

You have long rectangular muscles in your abdomen, which runs up the length of your chest to your pelvis, parallel to each other and just below the surface of the skin. This is one large muscle, the rictus abdominis, which has a left and right side. The 2 sides are joined by a fibrous structure. Things such as pregnancy can cause these 2 muscles to separate.

What causes abdominal separation?

During pregnancy, your body releases certain hormones that make your body more flexible, especially your muscles. This effect, coupled with the pressure that your baby bump places on your stomach muscles, can cause them to drift apart.

Stretching of the muscles of the abdomen is necessary, to prevent them from tearing while you carry your baby. It only becomes problematic when they stay separated.

EMS is the only non-invasive device that is clinically proven to reduce abdominal separation. The treatment uses high intensity focused electromagnetic technology to induce supermaximal muscle contractions. EMS strengthens and builds up your core muscles. This added core strength supports further rehabilitation exercise and may also improve pelvic floor strength.

Along with improving muscle tone and burning fat, EMS is a revolutionary treatment that can be used to treat abdominal separation. EMS assists with abdominal separation by strengthening the core. This treatment targets the major muscles of the abdominal wall, including those involved in diastasis recti. Supermaximal contractions encourage the body to rejuvenate the rictus abdomen muscles making them bigger and stronger.

Just like manual exercise, these contractions stress the muscles, forcing them to adapt. To respond to the strain of these contractions, the body produces new muscle tissue (hyperplasia) and enhances existing muscle fibres (hypertrophy)

Here's how it works!

If Abdominal Separation is something that you struggle with, we may be able to help you! Book in for a FREE consultation with our expert Mary today to discuss your concerns and goals and create a FREE customised treatment plan specific to you.

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