Rectus Diastasis

Rectus Diastasis

Rectus abdominis diastasis What is it? An anatomic term describing a condition in which the two rectus muscles are separated by an abnormal distance. Fairly consistently defined as more than 2cm. The distance is usually measured above the umbilicus, at and below the...
Osteopathic Adjustments for Neonates

Osteopathic Adjustments for Neonates

Craniosacral Osteopathic Manipulation for the Neonate Also known as Cranial Sacral, or simply Cranial, is a natural and painless method. This gentle approach used to free areas of the body which have restricted motion. It can be safely and effectively applied to...
Back Pain in Pregnancy

Back Pain in Pregnancy

More than half of all women experience back pain in pregnancy. The growing uterus shifts the center of gravity and stretches and weakens the abdominal muscles. The abdominal muscles support the spine and play an important role in the health of the back. Your ever...