Low Back Pain / Core Training

Our deep abdominal muscles (transversus abdominus) work to stabilize our low back and pelvis. These muscles, often referred to as our “core”, provide a corseting action which narrows and flattens the midsection when contracted. These muscles can often stop working when there has been an injury to the back, which can further compound the injury.

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Diastasis Rectus Abdominis (DRA) / Abdominal Separation

Abdominal separation or diastasis rectus abdominus (DRA) is the widening of the gap of the linea alba (the connective tissue) between the right and left rectus abdominus. DRA is a very common condition that many women don't even know they have.

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