The answer is NO! Diastasis recti CAN be repaired noninvasively and through the research and evidenced based Tupler Technique® program. It is a 4 step-program that heals your connective tissues by repositioning, protecting, strengthening both the connective tissue and abdominal muscles. Surgery just stitches the connective tissue and stitches can be known to come undone after surgery.
My feelings on the matter are pretty straightforward: in most cases, there’s no reason to get surgery when you can fix the problem non-surgically. On the one hand, why put yourself at risk with an unnecessary procedure? On the other hand, surgery is generally ineffective for the long term if you don’t learn to keep your recti muscles in their proper position, anyway. So if you’re going to do the work to learn The Tupler Technique® to maintain your abs, you might as well use it to heal them, as well!
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Watch the short video below to know what a diastasis is.